New health trends always come and go, and these health trends always have the believers, and nonbelievers. Many people have recently decided to turn to juicing fruits and vegetables to add that healthy kick start into their diets. The real question although is, is juicing worth the hassle, cost, and time it takes up? Juicing is a great way for those of you who do not get enough daily fruits and vegetables into your diet easier. It is also a way for those of you who do not enjoy consuming fruits and veggies to get through the disappear of getting through this “torturous” process. Don’t get me wrong though, juicing should never replace all of your intake of fruits and veggies as you should always have at least a little solid food in your diet. One of the bad things about juicing is that you don’t get any of the fiber in the fruit into your diet. This is because the pulp, or solid substances that is not used in the juice is where all of the fiber is located. It is strongly recommended that you should re add some of the pulp taken away during juicing back to the final product to add back some of the fiber lost, or you can use it by adding extra fiber to anything else that you cook. It is very beneficial to go the extra step and fortifying your meals a little more when juicing to make sure you are receiving all nutrients you need. A few easy ways to refortify your meals is to make fiber bars. One of the more serious or more noticed problems of juicing is that it is expensive. Juicers can range from about $50.00 to $400.00. This is one of the many reasons it takes people some serious time to consider taking up juicing. It is also very pricey to purchase all of the fruits and veggies, as it takes large quantities of fruits and veggies to get average sixed portions of juice. Juicing is easily a great way to intake fruits and veggies, but you must watch your caloric intake and be aware of what you are consuming. Many people make mistakes in thinking that there concoctions are healthy, but are unaware of the ingredients that they add into the juice to make it better. As you can see juicing has many benefits, as well as many down sides, but I strongly suggest an attempt at trying it before you come to a concrete solution of your opinion of it.