I've been juicing at least 3 times a week for about 2 years now. I pretty much just have a mason jar full of whatever vegetable juice I make for dinner. A few weeks ago we had a doctor come in at my work to measure antioxidant levels with some type of laser and I was 1 of 7 people in the highest bracket (optimal) in the entire company. This was probably attributed to the juicing that I have been doing non stop leading up to the test (I juiced every single day for 30 days prior to the test). People always thought I was crazy making random green juices until they saw the results...after that everyone stopped giving me a hard time.
The only fruit that I ever use in the juice that I am making are apples and lemons...the rest are solely vegetables.
I own two different juicers which are totally different. If anybody wants any advice then shoot over the questions. I would highly encourage you to at least give it a shot, even if you hate vegetables. With as much money as we are spending on the planted tank hobby, we might as well spend a decent chunk on health.
Today's dinner + cottage cheese that I had after the gym:
All the above became this: