Amazon powers up Deliveroo to eat into global fastfood deliveries – The Wall Street Journal

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Exaggerated? No, I believe this to be the truth, not only in the USA but also in most “wealthy” parts of the world. Healthy fast food? Sounds a bit strange? Fast food is usually not connected to good health, rather the opposite.


In today’s society, it’s almost impossible not to experience some form of stress, pressure, or lack of time. This is why fast food has become so popular on behalf of our health. We all know the importance of eating raw vegetables; it’s critical to good health. The problem is that we don’t find time to make healthy meals or take the time to eat “the five a day,” or rather, we don’t give it the 1st priority. Personally, I think five a day are too little. What if you could eat 10 or 15 a day? It would have amazing benefits for your overall health. With the optimal healthy fast food, it should be no problem. The fast-food I’m referring to here is the optimal healthy fast food and the answer to vibrant health, clear skin, a slim body, longevity, and energy. Sounds too good to be true! Well, it’s not.

Your optimal healthy fast food is:

filled with nutrients,
gives you a lot of energy,
easy and fast to make,
don’t produce a lot of dishes,
easy to vary,
looks and tastes good,
is fun to make.

So what is the optimal healthy fast food? It is simply JUICING RAW VEGETABLES. Raw vegetable juice has healing effects on your body and can add vitality and years to your life.
The main benefits of this healthy fast food?

The average western diet today is acid-producing, and most people have an “over-acidic body.” The human body is slightly alkaline, and a diet composed of alkalizing foods must keep this balance (pH balance). The ideal diet should be 80% alkaline and 20% acidic. As most vegetables are alkaline, it is a great way to get the body into the normal pH balance crucial for your health.

Juicing raw vegetables keeps the food alive. Every life process depends on enzymes. Fresh, raw foods as vegetables and fruits contain the highest level of enzymes. Our body is “alive” made of living cells, which require living food to be properly nourished and function well.

Juicing allows you to consume an optimal amount of vegetables fast and effectively. Many people find eating raw vegetables difficult, but it can be easily accomplished with a glass of vegetable juice. Eating raw vegetables is time-consuming. Compare eating a big portion of raw vegetables to drinking one glass of juice. Remember you need to chew raw vegetables thoroughly, or the body will not absorb all the nutrients. Children are often not very happy about eating raw vegetables. Raw vegetable juice may be a good way to get some nutrition’s into them as well.

Juicing is a great way to help you absorb all the nutrients from the raw vegetables. Juiced vegetables are “pre-digested” and easier for the body to absorb nutrients. Many of us have problems with digestion due to years of bad eating habits and wrong diets. This limits your body’s ability to absorb all the nutrients from vegetables.
Raw vegetable juice is a great way to remove body toxins.

You can add a wider variety of vegetables to your diet. Many people eat the same vegetable salads every day. But with juicing, you can juice a wide variety of vegetables that you may not normally enjoy eating whole. You can make different healthy fast food juices every day by combining different vegetables.
Nevermore throw away vegetables because they were rotten before you find time to eat them, now you can make healthy fast-food out of them.
Raw, juiced vegetables are the optimal healthy fast food!

What about fruits? Orange, apple, pineapple, and other fruit juices are what we normally associate with juicing. I wrote another article some time back, “Is juice Healthy?” Of course, fruits are healthy fast food as well. But juicing fruits has one disadvantage over vegetable juicing; it increases insulin levels when consumed because of the high concentration of fruit sugars. This may result in high blood pressure, overweight, and diabetes. I suggest that you limit your fruit juice to one or max two glasses a day. Your body needs fiber, so it’s a good idea to eat your fruits and drink your vegetables. Put in your mind that some vegetables, like carrots and beets, are also high in sugar, so you should limit their use