Juicing and Blending: AntiCancer Turbocharging

Juice and Blend

Unless you have the time and ability to prepare and eat large quantities of fresh produce every day I highly recommend you consider juicing or blending. 

Terminology:

Juicing involves grinding, pulverizing and squeezing the juices out of the produce while discarding most of the fiber. Juicing makes “juice.”

Blending finely chops up all the plant material in the container without extracting any of the fiber or cell walls that are typically discarded during juicing. Blending makes “smoothies.”


Why Am I A Fan Of Juicing And Blending?

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About Brian D. Lawenda, M.D.

I am an integrative oncologist. I trained at Massachusetts General Hospital (Harvard Medical School) in radiation oncology and through Stanford-UCLA (Helms Medical Institute) in medical acupuncture. I am the founder of IntegrativeOncology-Essentials.

Comments

  1. Robert Howly says:

    Thanks for clearing out the pros and cons of juicing and blending. Great comparison also between the two. For me, juicing is much healthier than blending. Because in blending you add some ingredients and sometimes the content of the vegetable or the greens reduces because of the processing in blending. Unlike in juicing, you actually extract the juice out of the fruit. :)

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