There may be a problem with toxicity if you juice these. 13. Do peel citrus, mango and papaya. These peels are not usable and may even be harmful toyou. The skins of oranges and grapefruits contain toxic substances. However, the white, pithy part just below the skin, contains valuable bioflavonoids. Aim to retain as much of this as possible. 14. Soft fruits such as peaches, melons and strawberries will produce a much thicker juice thanharder textured fruit such as apples. Combine the two to improve the results. 15. Rather blend banana and papaya. They don't juice well. If you have one of the masticating juicers with added features, you can try these as a frozen dessert. Juicing for health isn't supposeto be a punishment, after all! Enjoy something sweet regularly. 16. Follow soft fruits with harder textured produce, to facilitate clearing the pulp. 17. Juicing leafy greens becomes much easier if you roll the leaves into a little ball, before feedingit into the machine. 18. Wheat-grass is exceptionally nutrient-rich, and has a taste strong enough to equal its value! Ifyour juicer can manage it, start with tiny amounts and increase the quantity slowly. 19. It is claimed that the benefits of drinking wheat grass juice includes cleansing the lymphsystem, building the red blood cells, removing toxic metals from the cells, nourishing the liver andkidneys, and restoring vitality. 20. Wheat-grass needs to be consumed in juice form, as the body cannot process the plant fibres. 21. Wheat-grass is gluten-free, in spite of its name. Gluten is found only in the seed kernel, andnot in the stem and grass leaves of the young plant. It should therefore be safe for individuals witha gluten intolerance. 22. Drink freshly made juice daily and concentrate on using as wide a variety of produce aspossible, to ensure that your body receives a bit of all the most beneficial micronutrients. 23. Your need for expensive supplements in the form of vitamin and mineral tablets, will diminishsignificantly, if you are juicing for health on a daily basis. 24. Many ailments will improve if juice forms a regular part of your diet. For example, cabbage juice is one of the most healing juices in case of ulcers. In this case, use under medicalsupervision. 25. If you experience water retention, juices such as celery, cucumber, cranberry, and watermelonare extremely helpful. 26. A general rule is that a pound of produce will give you about a cup of juice. 27. One cup of carrot juice is equal to about four cups diced, raw carrots. Carrots are much easierto consume in liquid form. Your body is also able to assimilate them better.