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IN THIS EPISODE OF THE HUMAN UPGRADE™...
Did you know?
- Less than 9% of people meet a daily vegetable intake that’s best for their body.
- Soil has up to 50% less nutrition than 1945
- And up to 40% of produce gets wasted on farms.
Green juicing—done the right way—can upgrade all of those things. Junaid Kalmadi joins the show to talk about soil degradation, farming practices, and produce waste. He explains that it’s possible to do juicing safely and in ways that don’t break the planet even more.
Junaid (with Dave as an advisor) founded Farmers Juice, a keto-friendly and functional green juice line that uses a cold-pressed process.
“You separate the pulp from the juice, and you get this end product of this incredibly high nutrient-dense jolt of vitamins, enzymes, phytochemicals that give you this tangible positive effect within your biology, within your mood, within your own like mental state to perform your best,” Junaid says.
It takes 1.5 pounds of produce (no kale!) to make one bottle of organic Farmers Juice. The juices also contain adaptogens, antioxidants, and mushrooms to boost focus, calm, and athletic performance.
Along with finding out what’s in the juice, you’ll learn about nutrigenomics and how food information tells your body what to do. You’ll also learn how phytonutrients act as your genetic control system and keep you healthy.
Food and nutrients directly, immediately, and specifically interact with our genes, controlling moment-to-moment changes in your physiology and biochemistry.
For juicing 101, particularly ingredients and processing, take a listen to: Why Dave Asprey Changed His Mind About Juicing – #802.