Eating a plant-based diet is linked to lower risk of heart disease, stroke and some cancers. But only one in 10 Americans gets their daily recommended 5-7 servings of vegetables and fruit. 

Juicing is a fun and easy way to add more fresh produce to your diet. Juicing a variety of vegetables and fruit can also provide more vitamins and nutrients than eating one type of produce.

Juicing floods the body with micronutrients that are easily digestible, so your body will get more of what it needs with less food. A juice diet can also lead to significant weight loss, especially when included as part of a cleane. Making fresh juice a part of a well-balanced, plant-based diet is an important tool for achieving good health.

When included as part of a Reboot—a period of drinking vegetable and fruit juices—juicing can 

lead to significant weight loss. Juicing offers: A faster, more efficient way to absorb nutrients. 

A way to access digestive enzymes typically locked away in the fiber matrix of whole fruits and vegetables. A fun and delicious way to increase consumption of plant foods. A nutritionally sound way to decrease daily calorie intake.