Benefits of Juicing

Type: Vocabulary
Originally published on June 21, 2019 and last updated on May 28, 2023

The topic of the benefits of juicing is an excellent conversation topic for English learners as it provides a practical and health-related subject for discussion, allowing them to expand their vocabulary, practice expressing opinions and improve their communication skills.

Exploring this topic allows learners to discuss the advantages of juicing, different types of juices, and their impact on overall health. Through conversations about juicing, English learners can enhance their language proficiency, gain knowledge about healthy lifestyle choices, and develop critical thinking abilities.

Go through the vocabulary below with your students and ask them to try and use this vocabaulry where possible when discussing the different conversation questions.

About the Benefits of Juicing

Some people think of juicing as a way to lose weight where you simply replace regular food with juice by going on what is called “a juice fast”. Others choose to implement juicing into their regular diet believing that it has many health benefits.

Useful Vocabulary

Try and use the following vocabulary when answering the question. Click to look up the definition in the dictionary

  • juice (noun)
  • juice (verb)
  • juicer (noun)
  • fresh (adjective)
  • extract (verb)
  • nutrient (noun)
  • mineral (noun)
  • diet (noun)

Conversation Questions

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  • Do you own a juicer?
  • What kind of juices do you like?
  • What are some specific health benefits associated with consuming fresh juices?
  • What do you think is the healthiest type of juice?
  • What are the negatives of consuming a lot of fresh juices?
  • Do you think overall juicing is something that is beneficial to our health?
  • What are some popular fruits and vegetables that are commonly used for juicing?
  • How accessible and affordable is juicing in your country or community?
  • What advice would you give to someone who wants to start incorporating juicing into their daily routine?
  • Does juicing result in the loss of important dietary fiber compared to eating whole fruits and vegetables?
  • Does juicing have any potential risks or adverse effects on health?
  • If you were in charge of a juicing company, how would you market your products to appeal to a wider audience?
This conversation topic was prepared by Gregory

Gregory is a qualified TEFL teacher who has been teaching English as a Foreign Language (ESL) for over a decade. He has taught in-person classes in Spain and to English learners around the world online.