Juicing Template

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Juicing is a great way to incorporate more fruits and vegetables into your diet, but for those with diabetes, it’s important to be mindful of the ingredients you use. That’s why in the above video, we explain the six basic elements of a juicing recipe for diabetic management.

The first element is base vegetables, which provide the bulk of the juice and help to balance the sweetness of the other ingredients. Options include cucumbers, celery, carrots, and beets.

Next, leafy greens are added for their nutritional value and their ability to help regulate blood sugar levels. Examples include spinach, kale, and collard greens.

Fruits are also a key component of juicing, but it’s important to choose lower-sugar options to avoid blood sugar spikes. Berries, apples, and citrus fruits are great choices.

Anti-oxidants like ginger, turmeric, and garlic can help to reduce inflammation and improve overall health. Metabolism boosters like green tea and cayenne pepper can help with weight management.

Finally, anti-diabetic spices like cinnamon and fenugreek can help to regulate blood sugar levels.

With plenty of options available in each category, you can customize your juicing recipe based on your preferences, taste, and availability of ingredients in your country. Just remember to be mindful of the sugar content and choose ingredients that will help manage your diabetes.

By following this template and choosing ingredients that work for you, you can enjoy the health benefits of juicing while also managing your diabetes.

In a nutshell, A juicing template is a:

Framework for creating a balanced and diabetes-friendly juice recipe using base vegetables, leafy greens, fruits, anti-oxidants, metabolism boosters, and anti-diabetic spices.

World Diabetes Day is the primary global awareness campaign focusing on diabetes mellitus and is held on 14 November each year.
Join us for a FREE Juice Feasting program on November 14th, 2024 @ 8 am CST (1 pm GMT, 6:30 pm IST)

On November 14th, be sure to tune in to our live event, where I will share what juice I am drinking at what time of the day, share my vitals (blood sugar levels, blood pressure). I will post a series of videos all day and share any changes to my vitals and how I feel all day. Subscribe to our youtube channel so that you will get updates when new videos are published. That way, you will have all the recipes upfront, and you can be prepared to undertake a juice feasting journey along with me on November 14th.

How to Juice?

Primarily there are two juicing methods: using a Centrifugal juicer or using a Masticating juicer. Centrifugal juicer chops your fruits and vegetables up into fine pieces while spinning the bits at very high speed, separating the juice from the pulp. These high-speed machines do generate heat, which affects the enzymes and nutrients in the juice.
Masticating juicer, also called cold press juicer, crushes the fruits and vegetables to extract the juice. Cold pressing is often thought to be superior to centrifugal juicing because — as the name cold press implies — no heat is produced in the process, which may protect more of the heat-sensitive nutrients.
If you don’t have a masticating juicer and don’t want to spend on one yet, that is totally fine. Regardless of how you choose to make your juice, juicing can effectively increase your nutrient intake from fruits and vegetables. It is better to get started with the juice feasting journey rather than waiting for that juicer.

Is juice Feasting for diabetic patients?

While juices are a concentrated source of beneficial nutrients, they’re also a concentrated source of carbs in the form of sugar. Eating a high-fiber diet can slow the rate of absorption of sugar from your digestive tract, reducing total blood sugar response. Because a large portion of the fiber is removed from fruits and vegetables in the juicing process, the sugars in these foods are consumed and absorbed more quickly, leading to rapid blood sugar spikes IF you are not careful about what juices you consume.
With the advent of the internet and google search, you can find almost anything on the internet. You can easily find dozens, if not hundreds, of juicing recipes. But is that juice recipe the right one if you have diabetes? What fruits can you include in your juices if you have diabetes? What is the right quantify of juice you should consume? And which juice should you consume at what time of the day?
Those questions bring me to the topic of our juice feasting program on World Diabetes Day, which is on November 14th. As part of this program, leading up to November 14th, I will give you all the recipes for juices that are appropriate for diabetic patients. What is the right quantity of these juices, and when should you consume them?
Let’s not let Diabetes bring us down; let’s take the fight to diabetes. Join me on November 14th to embark upon a journey for a fight against diabetes. See you there.

*This is not medical advice. And you should consult your physician or health care provider before undertaking a juice feasting program or making any dietary changes. 

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