You could squeeze it the night before and freeze it.
That ,I believe would keep the nutrients available for your morning. I would take it out when you drink your water to thaw, exercise, shower, have a protein rich breakfast your juice should be thawed by then or you could have an orange popsicle or just
maybe an orange. 1 fresh orange would be adequate nutrition instead of 2 or 3 that it would take to make a glass of juice. I don’t drink juice to often I don’t need all that sugar it is quite a bit.
I have issues with sugar if I would drink sugar in the morning it would cause a roller coaster effect of going high then crashing low and then I crave something sweet( sugar, crash, sugar again. My healthy intentions for the day would go away
Doing it the night before will give you the same nutritional value, and help keep you on track
A somewhat distant second is to blend it in a smoothie. At least you're getting some of the fiber even though a good percentage of the sugar will be liberated from it. If whole fruits and veggies are a 10, fruit and veggie smoothies are a 7.
Fresh pressed juice (no fiber) is a further distant third. Like a 4 or a 5.
Conventionally bottled juice is an even further distant fourth and really shouldn't be considered unless you're low on good options. Like a 2.
When you join a week long juice fasting program, they deliver it in two batches – one every few days. This is because the juice is still good for a few days if kept in the fridge.
So go for it!
When you squeeze the oranges you can be present on the task in hand. How does the orange feel, what sounds are made, is there a citrus smell?
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