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This is a nice, straight forward juicing book that offers some “extras.” It’s simple, but it has an extensive array of recipes and leaves no stone unturned.
There’s a section on produce that tells the reader what each item is good for (which vitamins and minerals it contains) and how to buy and store them.
The “Juiceman” also includes a crash course in all the nutrients we need to be healthy, WHAT we need them for, and in which juices we can find them in.
At the end of the book, the author includes a Q&A section and tips and points on how to make juicing an integral part of your life and what to eat to compliment a diet chock full of fresh juices.
All in all, this is a great book. It may not appeal to some who are in search of something a little more fancy, with a more complex layout. But, everything considered, it’s a sure bet.
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Jay knows his stuff, no doubt about it. I enjoyed the part on nutrition and juicing for healing. I mainly juice vegetables instead of fruits because fruits are loaded with fructose (sugar). The vegetable juice recipes lack variation and are all based on carrots: carrot & apple, carrot & celery, carrot & cabbage, and combination of both, etc.. Now, these are wonderful juices and I love them but I’m trying to juice everyday and drinking carrot juice gets to be too much. I wouldn’t mind recipes which involve all kinds of veggies. I did agree with the author on buying organic produce whenever possible and he tells you why. All in all this is a decent juicing book with simple recipes.
This book is well written. It includes many juice recipies and various health issues and what fruit or veggies will help those issues. This book has quite a bit of information and is laid out for easy reading.
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