Imho, juicing. I've been juicing for at least two meals a day for a little over a week and I feel great, I have more energy, and I know it's healthier than the supposedly healthy processed type food I was eating before. I bought the 900 watt nutribullet by Ninja and it allows you to keep all the skins and all the healthy stuff on the fruit and vegetables when your juicing. It's also very quick and easy to use and really easy to clean up.
I figured blending better reason being it chopped up all the nutrition. Juicing spit out all the nutrition.
Not with the Nutribullet. Check it out on amazon or just Google it. It juices everything to liquid form (juice consistency), skins and all. I even add in my protein powder.
I like juicing. It still has a lot of the nutritional value and for some really odd reason seems to taste worlds better than blending....
I guess I was considering juicing being the ability to create a juice like drink using fruits and vegetables and blending something done with a blender in which you end up with something thicker and that you have to be more careful about what you use to create the drink. Nutribullet provides a couple of books with what they call juices, and what you can create using the device is of juice consistency, while using whole fruits and vegetables, skin and all; so I consider it juicing. However, if the criteria is that juicing is when you are using a juicing machine that removes the skins, and blending is when you can leave the skins on, then I would have to say that bending is better. Either way, I just know that I love whatever you want to call what I am drinking right now because: my nutribullet creates drinks that are of a juice consistency, all combinations I have created taste great, and I am reaping a ton of health benefits because I can use the "whole" of the fruit or vegetable.
Whatever one work best 4 u cuz everybody body dnt work da same