According to People, Debra Messing tries to get in her vitamins and nutrients by having a healthy juice every morning, “I start every day with a huge glass of green juice with kale, spinach, ginger, lemon, and celery,” she said. “I found that it helps me with energy at work, and my skin. I’m not a huge veggie eater, but I don’t feel so guilty if I’ve had my green juice.”
Besides helping ensure that you get a good supply of fruit and vegetables, juicing also helps the digestion process work better, according to the Mayo Clinic. It can be difficult to consume the daily recommended amounts each day through eating, though there are easy ways to sneak healthy substitutes into your meals. This can also lead to consuming low amounts of fiber, which can result in sluggish digestion and constipation.
According to the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2020–2025, adults should consume between 22-34 grams of fiber daily (amounts vary according to age and sex). Juicing can also boost your immune system and improve the gut microbiome by increasing good bacteria.