Blood Pressure

Juicing: Its Benefits to Blood Pressure


Health is an important aspect in a person’s life. It encompasses physical, social and mental well-being; thus, it is needed to improve the person’s capabilities in order to prolong life expectancy and avoid illness, pain and injury.

For many years, people pursued proper exercise and a healthy diet to ensure optimal performance of their body and mind. Another activity that healthy people are addicted to nowadays is juicing. 

By definition, juicing is the practice of extracting juice from fruits, vegetables and other plant tissues. Fruit juicing is most likely preferred by the community, given that there are people who show aversion to vegetables.

Juicing can be done manually or bought in commercial food and beverage shops. Residential juicing is aptly performed for dietary reasons. It could also work to supply alternative medicine for children who cannot eat fruits and vegetables whole.

In niche markets, the activity of juicing is slowly becoming popular. People who practice juicing may be interested in gourmet food, alternative plant medicine and fad diets.

The popularity can also stem from its heavy internet presence, word-of-mouth and mainstream celebrity marketing. There are books dedicated to juicing which does not only provide detailed drink concoctions, but also health descriptions for all ages. 

Types of Juicing

Juice extraction can be accomplished in many ways. In some households, clean hands are used to squeeze the juice from soft plant tissues such as oranges and lemon. In other cases, fruits and vegetables are first sliced into tiny bits before extracting juices.

Commercial establishments prefer to use industrial appliance called juicer to extract fruit and vegetable juices quickly. In other situations, hard fruits and vegetables such as apples and carrots are mashed in a blender before extracting the juices.

For many years, there has been a wide variety of juicing tools in the market to accommodate the need of commercial food stalls and health-conscious communities. Some of these juicing tools include hand-operated grinders, electric juicers (triturating juicers, centrifugal juicers and masticating juicers), barrel-shaped presses and inverted cones.

Benefits of Juicing

Juicing involves healthy ingredients that are packed with nutrients and minerals, such as vegetables and fruits. Many people conclude that the juices provide more benefits because of its pure form, which are easily ingested and absorbed by the stomach. Here are the following health benefits of juicing:

• Strengthen cellular defense

• Fight toxins and bacteria

• Maximize the nutrient intake

• Decrease medication requirement

• Improve weight loss/ weight gain

• Alleviate pain and illness

• Reduce development of cardiovascular diseases and diabetes

• Lowers blood pressure

• Stabilizes health conditions

How Juicing Lower Blood Pressure

Juicing is indeed a healthy alternative to eating vegetables and fruits. Many have proven that juicing certain fruits, vegetable and root crops can lower the blood pressure and stabilize it as long as the juices keep coming.

Juices of beetroot, celery, grapes, wheatgrass, oranges and pomegranates among others are effective in lowering blood pressure for its nutritional components like potassium, calcium, polyphenols and nitrate. With this fact, juicing can be a good alternative to lower blood pressure among medical patients diagnosed with hypertension

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