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Advantages of Wheatgrass Juice Over Solid Vegetables (Plus a Dose of Reality)

By Edited Oct 15, 2016 0 0

Advantages of Wheatgrass Juice Over Solid Vegetables: Is It True?

By now, you’ve probably heard a claim along these lines: “One ounce of wheatgrass contains more vitamins than two pounds of organic vegetables!” The number of pounds varies, depending on who you’re talking to, but the idea remains the same. Well, this ridiculous-sounding statement is just that. Ridiculous. I’m not saying that wheatgrass isn’t abundantly rich in nutrients—it is. And I’m not saying it isn’t a superfood—it is. It’s one of the must nutrient-dense foods in the world. But it’s not a miracle food.

Just wanted to inject a little dose of reality before we get to the good stuff.

Advantages of Wheatgrass Juice: Nutrient Density

Wheatgrass is just what it sounds like—the grass the wheat plant. Wheatgrass is harvested in such a way that it is cut when its nutrient content is at its highest. It’s then either juiced or shredded into a powder. The result is an intensely nutrient-dense food. Think about it this way: most fruits and vegetables contain a lot of empty space—water, or air, seeds, et cetera. But not so with wheatgrass; wheatgrass is just pure, concentrated nutrients.

Advantages of Wheatgrass Juice: Convenience

Let’s face it: eating vegetables takes time. They don’t stay fresh long, so you have to go to the grocery store regularly. Then you have to wash them. Then you have to cut them. Then you have to steam them, or fry them, or bake them, or however you want to cook them. It gets to be a pain after a while. But wheatgrass is as convenient as can be. Just drop a scoop into your cup and there you go!

Advantages of Wheatgrass Juice: Price

Organic vegetables are expensive these days! And while a wheatgrass supplement costs a little money, considering how much nutrition you’re getting out of it, you end up getting a lot more bang for your buck.

Advantages of Wheatgrass Juice: Taste

Personally, I love the taste of vegetables (at least most of them). But not everybody does. Some people refuse to eat veggies at all—and many of us, even people like me, have a couple veggies that just aren’t our favorite. (Mine? Onions.) Well, wheatgrass solves that problem. Just toss a scoop in with some juice and chug it down. You’ll hardly even know you’re drinking it!


Thanks for reading about some of the great advantages of wheatgrass juice. You might also want to check out wheatgrass benefits, wheatgrass side effects, and symptoms of iodine deficiency. Bye!



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