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- Publication Date: January 18, 2014
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- Language: English
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101 Juicing Recipes: The Complete Nutrition Rich Green Vegetables and Fruits Juice Recipes for Weight Loss and Healthy Living Kindle Edition
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The book then lists and discusses the best fruits and vegetables for juicing, and their specific benefits. The author recommends using organic additives, such as psyllium and flax seed oil, to add extra nutritional benefits to your juices. Juicing for weight loss has a chapter in the book, and another chapter on cleansing and detoxifying the body is included.
After the introductory material, the 108 recipes follow. The juice recipes make ample use of green leafy vegetables such as parsley, spinach, and kale. For some recipes that aren't very sweet, stevia, a natural low-carbohydrate sweetener, is used. Most ingredients are readily available in local markets, although a few, like dandelions and nettles, may be a challenge to find. (But you're welcome to come pick them in my neighbor's front yard.)
Overall, it's a fairly comprehensive overview of juicing and the health benefits of consuming fresh fruit and vegetable juices. The book is definitely worth a look for anyone interested in trying a juicing regimen.
It also covers about increasing energy, digestion questions, raw food, which supplements we have to take and stuff like that.
It's not only about weight loss but how to live a healthy life.
I'm a raw foodist, therefore, this book is very handy for me.
It has interesting facts and delicious recipes, very easy to prepare and very well explained.
I'm very glad I bought this book. It deserves 5 stars for sure!
The recipes themselves are straight forward and clearly labelled to a specific health benefit. This book deserves your attention. I recommend you read it and let the author know your thoughts! BRAVO!
John Miller's book, 101 Juicing Recipes: The Complete Nutrition Rich Green Vegetables and Fruits Juice Recipes for Weight Loss and Healthy Living, provides the nutritional and scientific foundation for the importance of juicing in our lives.
As the title lists, the book is packed with delicious recipes. One of my personal favorites is "Call of the Wild in Every Glass," the edible plants solution to time-crunched families on the go. The recipe offers both a basic version and an exotic version, with ingredients that don't normally meet in a blender. The finished product is yummy!
If you're working on your health, natural beauty, and/or weight as a New Year's resolution, Mr. Miller's book is a lifesaver. Two full chapters are dedicated to the top fruits and vegetables, with the health benefits of each listed in detail. Scientific classifications also help round out the information-packed book.
Spoiler ;) … the book contains 108 wonderful recipes!
Then Miller offers recipes and the manner in which each is made for 101 juices - adding at the back of the book seven additional new ideas. The book is filled with colorful photographs that encourage the eye to keep juicing. Follow his ideas and discover the benefits of juicing: Weight loss and Fasting, Cleanse and Detox, Immune Boosting, Wrinkle Reducing, Colon Cleanse, Prevent & Fight for Cancer, Diabetes, Increases your Kidney Function, Muscles Soothing and calming, Memory Boosting, and Mental Acuity. This is one of the more useful such books on the market. Grady Harp, January 14
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very basic and gives little science to back up the conclusory claims such as "this is great for energy" or "drink this for great skin". Have used it only once. Read morePublished on August 21, 2014 by Heather M.
The book is good, but it is missing an index. If the index was present it would be much quicker and easier to find juices that use certain ingredients.Published on June 9, 2014 by Kaye Gould
I noticed it has several juicing recipes for adults and children but my favorite was the one for skin hope it works.Published on February 24, 2014 by Anthony
I tried some of these recipes and they taste amazing.
This is a very well done collection of Top 30 recipes, the recipes are healthy, easy to cook and more importantly... Read more
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