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Liquid Raw: Over 125 Juices, Smoothies, Soups, and other Raw Beverages (The Complete Book of Raw Food Series) Paperback – July 26, 2011
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Update: Tried the Strawberry-Pear-Cucumber Smoothie, Down on the Bayou Smoothie, and Green Goodness Smoothie; Chocolate-Cherry Shake, Cleanse Fast Drink and Liver Cleanse Drink (they really cleanse); Watermelon Juice, Sweet Peach Juice, and Raspberry Salad Dressing and they all are worth adding to your recipe file.
Raw Food-Liquid Raw and Raw Food Made Easy for 1 or 2 People are IMO two books I am glad to have on my kitchen bookshelf.
On one of the first pages, there is a reference to a "Dr. Lorraine Day" who opted out of surgery and chemotherapy, and attributes her survival from breast cancer to her change in diet and lifestyle. More research on this doctor will reveal criticism by those in the health care profession, several holes in her story, and lack of proper documentation. I think it is inappropriate for Lisa Montgomery, the author of this book, to reference this doctor that many have deemed a "quack" and to quickly attribute her own recovery as well as that of Dr. Day's to diet changes.
Although I wholeheartedly believe that diet determines our health and can have cancer-preventing properties, curing cancer is a whole different story. It was an irresponsible decision for Montgomery to share her own personal story in the way that she did. She says that she found a lump, decided to NOT even SEE a doctor, and then drink wheatgrass to try to get well. While she has a right to share her own stories, she must remember that others may do as she says, and refuse to see a medical doctor, or any medical professional, and take matters into their own hands. She did not even bother to elaborate on her own personal success story -- leaving us no choice but to accept her conclusion. More natural, holistic approaches are great. I am all for them. But we must also find a balance. We cannot advocate refusing to see a medical professional when symptoms of a potentially serious illness arise.
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lots of great ideas for juicing, smoothies, and soups in the raw.Published 7 months ago by SherryLee
Love this book... smooth transaction ....well worth every centPublished 18 months ago by nyree bright