Juicing: Getting Your Fruits and Veggies

Is there a food that you adore? One you just can’t get enough of it?

Mine is broccoli. Tossed in olive oil, roasted at 425, and lightly seasoned with black pepper to be exact. I can easily devour two heads of broccoli prepared this way and still wish I had more.

But I can’t say that I feel this way about all fruits and vegetables.

Of course, I understand that they are important to my diet and overall health. With the impending responsibilities of adulting, my diet is one of the first things to go when it comes time to take care of business. Additionally, stress eating has become an unhealthy habit to help me cope when I haven’t taken care of business and things aren’t going so well.

This has taken a toll on my body and so when I noticed a decline in my energy and overall health, I knew I had to do more to get the vitamins and nutrients my body was craving.

Enter juicing.

Juicing can be an easy way to get full servings of fruits and vegetables in your diet without actually eating them.

For example, Front Lawn has dandelion, cucumber, celery, kale, swiss chard, parsley, lemon, ginger — all in one drink! I feel accomplished if I have just one of those ingredients once or twice a month, much less all eight of them in one sip.

Getting a healthy serving of fruits and vegetables isn’t just something to post on Instagram or Facebook, although all the colors do make a pretty picture. Choosing a healthy diet and lifestyle now is an investment in your well-being and long-term health.

Juicing provides a convenient, practical way to get all-important vitamins and nutrients our body craves in an all-natural way.

Storytelling. Entrepreneurship. Project management: these three areas a sum up my future. My vision for what’s possible is growing every day and I know the best is yet to come. 

Vernée Norman

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