Juicing vs. Blending: What’s the Difference?

Rich Donahue

I am a natural health enthusiast and hold a Bachelor's Degree in Natural Health from the Sandy Hill Institute for Natural Sciences. My website PRIME Juicers is dedicated to people who enjoy juicing and want to improve their health and lose weight by juicing fresh fruits and vegetables. I also write about blending, nutrition and natural health. Please join me and have fun juicing! (I may be an affiliate for products that I recommend. If you purchase those items from my links I will earn a commission. You will not pay more when buying a product through my link.)

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  1. smallneed
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    Hello Rich Donahue!!!
    After reading several reviews about this book, one of which said that weird or unusual ingredients are called for I almost didn’t purchase this book. I did see a copy in a store and took a brief look at it. Most of the recipes do not require special items. What blew me away about this book was the benefits given of specific fruits and vegetables. Not only does this book have juicing recipes but recipes for using your blender and for making teas. All of the recipes provide health benefits. This book is very handy for making healthy choices.

  2. Rich, Most Of The Time I prefer Juicing more than Bleeding. Frankly Speaking, this Blog is just awesome. I really appreciate your Dedication.!

  3. Viplav Patil
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    Amazing post!!
    I’ll juicing is better than blending. I love it this way only.
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  4. I like juicing more than blending, but I almost always reuse the pulp left behind. I use it spaghetti sauce or something similar. Thanks for another great post.
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  5. Abby
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    It would be best if you go for both. But Frankly Speaking, Most Of The Time I like Juicing from Bleeding.

    Donahue, Your Blog is just awesome. Here is My Two Tips for Juicing Community. Thank for your Dedication.

    TIP 1….. Pick a veggie that is dark green to use for the foundation of your juice, if you are creating juice to optimize health benefits. At least half of your juice should consist of broccoli, spinach, chard or other healthy vegetables.

    TIP 2 …. Colors can be your guide to good nutrition. Every color provides different nutrients; if you can learn which colors are associated with which nutrients, you’ll be able to choose the right fruits and vegetables for your needs.

    Happy Juicing.
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  6. AC Repair
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    Would be a great idea to try both, see how you feel about one vs the other give it a month trial. The nutri bullet is a great product. At home we have been coming up with our own recipes.

  7. Dr. Felix
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    Hey Rich. To be honest, I’ve always enjoyed both. If I had to choose, my juicer for sure. However, it all started with the blender. For me, it’s all about health benefits. I’d rather juice or blend than to have anything to do with the products sold today.

  8. Mike
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    Juicing or blending, I think it is great to try both. Whatever one you choose it is a great healthy alternative to many of the products that are sold today.
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  9. Kimberly Gayeta
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    Accurate! I am also huge fan of juicing especially when I started cutting off alcohol and started drinking healthy. However, like you, I am also trying to learn more blending recipes for this year. Thank you for sharing!

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