Salads composed from even a few ingredients make a nutrient-rich meal. The greens alone have calcium, iron, potassium and B vitamins. Many salad basics, including tomatoes, sweet peppers and the greens, are full of antioxidants. Add high fiber and low calories into the mix and you can't go wrong.

Salads contain Fiber!

Eating enough fiber earlier in life lowers the risk of developing heart disease later in life. Vegetables in salads are good sources of insoluble fiber, which keep your digestive tract healthy. If you add nuts, seeds or beans to the salad, you’ll get a boost of soluble fiber that helps lower cholesterol and keeps blood sugar balanced.

Salads Contain Antioxidants !

Many salad and juice ingredients contain vitamin C and vitamin A in the form of antioxidant carotenoids. In addition to 7 milligrams of vitamin C, 1 cup of spinach has 93 percent and green leaf lettuce has 88 percent of the recommended daily intake of vitamin A. Add half of a medium-sized carrot and you'll gain more than 100 percent of your daily vitamin A. Vegetables that have a better mix of both antioxidants include sweet red peppers, tomatoes and broccoli. Sweet red peppers are an especially good choice. One-half cup provides 77 percent of the daily intake of vitamin A and 158 percent of vitamin C.

Juicing offers many life-enhancing health benefits including a faster, more efficient way to absorb immune boosting nutrients naturally found in fruits and vegetables. It provides a way to access digestive enzymes typically locked away in the fiber matrix of whole fruits and vegetables.Most commercial juices are processed and lacking in nutrition while freshly juiced fruits and vegetables are loaded with an abundance of vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients.Juicing removes the insoluble fiber from vegetables and fruits. While fiber is an established, important part of an overall healthy diet, removing the insoluble fiber allows for increased absorption of specific health promoting phytonutrients including enzymes, while the soluble fiber persists into the juice.By removing the fibers and consuming fruits and vegetables in liquid form, we are providing a nutrient delivery system to our bodies that allows individuals who would otherwise have difficulty consuming whole vegetables, the opportunity to reap the numerous benefits vegetables have to offer.Think of the tired feeling you get after a heavily-processed meal. That happens because your body has to redirect energy to your digestive system not something you really want. And who wants to eat food that makes them tired anyway? We eat and drink because we’re trying to replenish energy, not spend it.When you sleep, your body is recharging itself. Before processed food was invented, this was no problem.But in today’s world of nutritionally bankcrupt food, this doesn’t happen like it’s meant to. Rather than recharging, the body has to focus on digestion and squeezing whatever vitamins it can find out.By juicing (and by eating raw food in general) you hand the power of sleep back over to your body. Rather than digesting food, your body can get back to sleeping which means a smoother and more restful night.Much of what causes weight gain is found in unnatural and highly-processed foods that don’t have any nutritional value.When you juice and your body is filled to the brim with powerful nutrients, all of its natural processes will step up a notch. Yes, this means your metabolism, digestion and immune system will function much more effectively.
Fast food is very popular here in the Philippines. Yet only a few understand what "fast food" really means. Processed food in general, normally served in fast food chains, are high in calories giving us low quality food. They contain a massive amount of extenders including inorganic vegetables, highly refined sugar, hydrogenated fats, chemical additives, and saturated fats which provide extra calories. Here at Manna we use only natural ingredients to provide you with a better overall nutritional experience. Our food, unlike fast foods that contain "empty calories" (solid fats or added sugars with little or no other nutrition), are packed with the nutrients your body needs to function at full capacity.

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