JUICING, WHY NOT EAT THE VEGETABLES?
By Dr Norman Walker
FRESH VEGETABLE AND FRUIT JUICES
Without the knowledge of the
principles involved in the use of fresh, raw vegetable and
fruit juices, one would naturally ask: 'Why not eat the
WHOLE vegetable and fruit instead of extracting the juice
and discarding the fibers?'
The answer is simple: solid food requires many hours of
digestive activity before its nourishment is finally
available to the cells and tissues of the body. While the
fibers in solid food have virtually no nourishing value,
they do act as an intestinal broom during the peristaltic
activity of the intestines, hence the need to eat raw foods
in addition to drinking juices. However, the removal of the
fibers in the extraction of the juices enables juices to be
very quickly digested and assimilated, sometimes in a matter
of minutes, with a minimum of effort and exertion on the
part of the digestive system. . . .
Whole vegetables and fruits are composed of a considerable
quantity of fibers. Within the interstices of these fibers
are enclosed the atoms and molecules which are the essential
nutritional elements we need. It is these atoms and
molecules and their respective enzymes in the fresh raw
juices, which aid the speedy nourishment of cells and
tissues, glands, organs and every part of our body. . . .
The juices extracted from fresh raw vegetables and fruits
are the means by which we can furnish all the cells and
tissues of the body with the elements and nutritional
enzymes they need in the manner they can be most readily
digested and assimilated. . . .
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