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- Print Length: 72 pages
- Publication Date: April 20, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00CGEZDOQ
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40 Juicing Recipes For Weight Loss and Healthy Living (Juicer Recipes Book) Kindle Edition
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Many would argue that meal replacement for juices aren't good for the long term as well.
I was shocked the first recipe added sugar but the none of the other recipes have it.
The recipes, overall, were good but most you can find through a google search of "healthy juice recipes"
On the plus side at the end of every recipe there are facts of how the ingredients are good for you.
Since it says Jucing, I expected recipes for my juicer, not a blender (I do both). One of the first recipes says "process in your juicer" but then hails the benefits of all the fiber. Perhaps the book means something like the MagicBullet? Other recipes say blender.
I don't see the benefit of the recipes. I have never added sugar or honey to a juice or smoothie. Also, I am curious as on am quick scan didn't see any source of fat (like flaxseeds, chia, etc). I thought you needed that to absorb nutrients from greens (check out Dr. Oz smoothies).
I was just curious, and I suppose some people need recipes. But, if you know the basics and just buy a variety, you can blend or juice as you want. A little fruit or beets to add sweetness, some source of fat, and depending on whether you need fiber, choose juicer or blender.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good for beginners but really nothing new for those that have juicing alreadyPublished 13 days ago by David Courter
Quick read - there are 40 recipes. The basics are all the same, and for those who 'juice' it's nice to add the variety. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Pen Silnink
The first recipe calls for sugar. Two tablespoons? Juicing is supposed to be healthy. Skip anything that translates into some form of sugar. Honey is sugar, as well. Read morePublished 17 days ago by elidoyle
This book of juice recipes Is a great. I have tried many of them and continue to make them. This book goes in to. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dianna
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