........Juicing fresh juice is better for our health than buying bottled juice
Fresh home made juice retains a greater proportion of its nutrient levels when compared to bottles / cartons of juice. This is because the bottling process causes loss of nutrients. Fresh juice will also be free from losing nutrients due to age if drunk straight away. A lot of commercial juices are heat treated to lengthen the time they can stay on the shop shelf; this process can destroy vital nutrients.
...............................................Orange Juice
Citrus juice is probably the most commonly known and commonly drunk type of juice. Millions of people drink Orange juice and Grapefruit juice at breakfast time. It is no surprise that citrus juice is a great help to the body's morning detox cycle as it contains high levels of vitamin C. Vitamin C helps boost the immune system and is a powerful anti-oxidant. Citrus fruits also contain bioflavinoids which help the body to absorb the vitamin C present in the juice.
Citrus juices can also benefit our health in other less publicised ways, for instance oranges are rich in potassium which can help reduce blood pressure and reduce the risk of strokes. The soluble fibre pectin is found in the pith of citrus fruits, pectin can help reduce cholesterol levels.

.....Great Fruit Juicing Recipes

Ginger Enlivener
2 Apples
2 Pears
Small piece of root ginger

Pure Pears
4 Ripe Pears, roughly chopped
Add a few fresh mint leaves before drinking

Caribbean Cooler
Half a pineapple
2 Oranges
1 Papaya, deseeded

Bountiful Berries
1 punnet of strawberries
Half punnet of raspberries
2 apples, roughly chopped
1 Peach

Winter Warmer
4 Apples
6 Carrots
Sprinkles of cinnamon to garnish

Fruits with a high water content are a joy to juice - cantaloupe melon, water melon, citrus fruits such as orange and grapefruit, apples, pears, grapes… All these fruits taste great and a lot of people find it difficult drinking vegetable (especially green vegetable) juices without adding some kind of fresh fruit juice to 'brighten up' the taste. Apple juice is a firm favourite for improving the taste of a juice as are grapes. Citrus juice doesn't tend to mix so well (in my opinion) with vegetable juices.