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Juice Alive: The Ultimate Guide Juicing Remedies

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The world of fresh juices offers a powerhouse of antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, and enzymes. The trick is knowing which juices can best serve your needs. In this easy-touse guide, health experts Dr. Steven Bailey and Larry Trivieri, Jr. tell you everything you need to know to maximize the benefits and tastes of juice.
The book begins with a look at the history of juicin
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Paperback, 258 pages
Published March 25th 2006 by Square One Publishers
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Elizabeth
Jun 15, 2009 Elizabeth rated it did not like it
Wow. I have a pretty high tolerance for authors espousing their own views (even when I don't agree with them), but I found myself thinking the author was crazier and more cultish the further I forced myself to plod into this. I gave up when I got to enemas (with descriptions of leakage and positioning oneself in the tub ass-in-air and head down) and salt water flushes. I am jsut not ready for this kind of crazy.


All I wanted was a few good juice receipes that featured veggies. Even after sufferin
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Paul
Mar 29, 2010 Paul rated it it was amazing
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This book is pivotal to my continuing efforts towards a healthier life style. It wil be often referred to as summer arrives and I can afford to return to juicing with my new Jack Lalaine Juicer.

I particularly appreciate the individual recepies for conditions and ailments.

Paul Swanson
Janet
Jun 12, 2012 Janet rated it liked it
Provided lots of recipes for juicing and smoothies. Discussion of health/nutritional benefits of fruits and veggies. I like how the author identified medical conditions and correlated juicing recipes.
Bridget
Sep 06, 2012 Bridget rated it it was amazing
This book really is what the title says; "The Ultimate Guide to Juicing Remedies". It lists an ailment and then gives you what juices you should be consuming for that ailment. Very helpful juicing book.
Sabrina Gilbert
Sep 05, 2013 Sabrina Gilbert rated it it was amazing
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Awesome book with lots of information. The recipes in the back are great but it was nice to learn about the science behind juicing as well.
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