Are the Nutrients in Your Juice Enough?

Ray Doustdar - Guest Bio
Ray Ray Doustdar is the CEO of BUICED Inc., and the creator of the all new BUICED Liquid Multivitamin, as well as the curator of Everyday Juicer, a website dedicated to helping people add fresh vegetable juicing to their daily lifestyle.

Through fresh vegetable juicing, Ray was able to bring down his cholesterol from 234 to 168 (down 28%) by incorporating juicing into his daily lifestyle.

During this time, he discovered that although the leafy greens are packed with phytonutrients, they lack many essential vitamins and minerals.

He tried taking vitamins in pill form after each juice, but they upset his stomach. Then Ray learned liquid vitamins are more readily available for easy absorption, so he decided to solve his own problem and created BUICED to "boost his juice."
  • Topic Info:One of the best things that you can do for your health is to juice fresh vegetables. Drinking your veggies helps detoxify your body, cleanse and nourish your cells, and provide you with energy.

    When Everyday Juicer, Ray Doustdar, felt continually nauseated from his pill-form vitamins, he decided to take matters into his own hands and see if the juices he was drinking daily contained all his daily vitamin needs.

    The answer, surprisingly, came back that they did not. It turns out leafy green vegetables, which are 90% of what you should be juicing, lack the complete spectrum of daily vitamin needs from A-K.

    It's true that they are very rich in plant-based nutrients, called phytonutrients, as well as many minerals. But juicing leafy green vegetables does not provide your daily value needs of many vitamins, including vitamin C, D, E and the B-complex vitamins.

    This led Ray on a 15-month journey to take the absorption benefits and principles that he had learned (and believes in) when it comes to juicing, and apply that same concept to vitamins and literally create a "boost" for his juices, called BUICED! (spelled like "juiced" pronounced like "boost").
  • Host:Dr. Holly Lucille, ND, RN