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This book is a nice addition for anyone who has a juicer. It provides an overview of the benefits of several different types of fruits and veggies. It also describes fruit juice “cures” for different ailments (including hangovers).
Julie Stafford also has written a solid book on juicing that might be an alternative. The advantage of Stafford’s book (relative to this one) is that she organizes the recipe by the fruit or vegetable (rather than by ailment). When shopping, it is a bit more helpful to have the stafford book handy, though both books provide very similar recipes.
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there are many books on the topic juice book, and non of them that i have seen ,is coming near that book. this book is giving the reader the knoledge of the nutrition values, as well as the therapeutic aspects of each single fruit or vegetable, as well as for the mixed fruits and or vegetables as a healthy healing juices. there is also a section of diseases that are treated by specific fruits or vegetables juice combination.the reason of the healing properties for each juice is also explain in a very simple, and easy to understand,plus a small section that is telling you what kind of a juicer is the most suitable to your specific needs.in short, and in general, this book is a comprehansive yet simple and correct, and easy to follow book,and you have my best recommandation.i am on my way to the juicer.
I just started juicing and wanted a basic Juice book to start with. This book was perfect. I didn’t want to spend hours reading about the wonders of juicing and all that sort of fluff. This book has very little fluff then talks about what nutrition most fruits and veggies offer in alphabetical order. There are also recipes separated by type of problems you have, along with just good tasting recipes. So now, when my husband asks why I’m adding parsley to his orange juice, I can pop open my book and tell him “It’s loaded with chlorophyll, vitamins A & C, and a host of minerals including calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium and sulpher.”
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