Juicing For Health
Always consult your paediatrician before implementing a considerable juice diet for your child, and fully discuss your plans to introduce juice into your child’s diet.
Always consider any food allergies that your child may have before making a juice.
Some of the healthier green vegetables like broccoli and spinach do not taste nice to a child in their raw forms. It is easy to camouflage the flavor with sweeter juices like apple, pear, and carrot.
Beets and leafy green vegetable juices should be consumed in moderation and diluted with other juices as it may cause diarrhea.
While juicing fresh fruit is healthy, there is still very high level of sugars present. Thorough teeth brushing after juicing is always recommended.
Depending on the age of your child, consider initially diluting fresh juices with distilled or mineral water. This will help prepare your child’s system for this fresh concentrated goodness in a glass.