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Juice: Recipes for Juicing, Cleansing, and Living Well Hardcover – July 22, 2014
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—Joe Cross, founder of Reboot with Joe
“I am so grateful for Juice! Drawing on personal experiences and transformations in their own lives, the founders of Pressed Juicery have come up with a beautiful book, one that is more than just a collection of recipes, but rather a framework for taking the first steps toward a healthier and happier mind, body, and soul. I heartily recommend it.”
—Marianne Williamson, internationally acclaimed author and lecturer
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There is, however, a lot of psuedoscience in this book about why it's important to "cleanse" and how juices are alkalizing in the body. Both of these principles are not backed up by scientific evidence For instance, your body pH is maintained by an internal buffer system, your breathing, and your kidneys. If it were possible to substantially change your pH through diet, you would die, quickly. Not to mention that it would be impossible for the consumption of acidic foods to make your body's pH more basic. It's basically insane. There are numerous benefits to juicing that I fully believe in - at the bare minimum, a veggie-filled juice is an opportunity to get more good, fresh food in your diet. We all need more of that. I believe that it is irresponsible to report benefits of juicing that aren't real or backed up by science.
This picturesque book is my kind of cookbook! Full of lovely photographs. It made me want to start working on my health in a whole new way! I love those kinds of books! the
What do you do when you wake up in the morning? How do you energize, uplift, and get yourself going? do you think I ahve to ecerise and it is going to take a long time. stop and think again my friends! Just drink a green juice or another juice from this wonderful cookbook! Juice by Carly de Castro, Hedi Gores, and Hayden Slater,
so many grand recipes. One example:
The Goods: 3 or 4 dandelion green leaves (to taste), 1 large or 2 small peeled cucumbers, 2 celery stalks, 1⁄2 peeled lemon, and 1 small green or red apple.
The Benefit: Detox.
Why it Works: "Dandelion greens are antioxidant and diuretic, plus they detoxify and cleanse the liver, kidneys, and digestive system They're a real nutritional powerhouse."
My kind of cooking. So easy to make every day at any hour! ? The book not only provides a hundred or so recipes for juices, blends, and milks, but it also is extremely pleasing to browse.The Goods: 1 peeled pink or ruby red grapefruit, and a small handful of fresh mint leaves.
The Benefit: Curbing cravings.
Why it Works: "This is one of our simplest juices. Grapefruit contains soluble fiber called pectin which help fight hunger. That's why grapefruit is commonly included in weight-loss regimens.Read more ›
We wish there was a pressed juicery in Vermont!
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So many good recipes and plans. Definitely recommend if you're into juicing or want to try a cleanse. I know that regular juice regiments from pre-made places are so expensive. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Ryan Riley
I still have so many other recipes to try. I love the ideas in this book. Juicing is fun to do and even ore fun to drink. I love having a plethora of creative recipes to pull from.Published 1 month ago by LibbyH
I read this cover to cover the day in arrived in the mail. I have been a huge fan of consuming Pressed Juicery's juices and when I finally decided to purchase my own juicer, this... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kmansky
It motivated me to enjoy a healthy lifestyle through a diet of fruits.Published 8 months ago by Debra Wilson
Great book. Mine are never quite as good as Pressed Juicery's but I love that making my own is now an option! Thanks!Published 9 months ago by Melanie Butler