Juice Yourself Ebook
All you need to kickstart or elevate your Juicing Journey!
Inside this eBook
- Choosing the right juicer for your budget and needs
- Eight delicious and nutritious recipes
- Nutritional information and benefits of specific ingredients
- Next steps – just in case you want to take your juicing journey further
Juicing is an incredible way to flood your body with nutrients on a daily basis, and focused juice only cleanse is a brilliant way to support your body to detox and heal.
If you have never tried juicing before, you will first need to get a juicer. There are two main types, centrifugal and cold pressed. Which one is best will depend on your circumstances and budget, and you’ll find information at the start of the book to help you decide which one is best for you.
A variety of different juice recipes are included, each with information about how they can support your body to create an maintain health. This include juices to help you detox, energise, deal with inflammation, antioxidant, cope with nausea, boost your immunity, deal with fluid retention, support different body systems and boost your mood.
I’m feeling so good in so many ways. 4 days colon cleanse and 7 days juice. All completed with relative ease. I felt amazing on the colon cleanse after day 2-3, and by day 4 I was dancing and I noticed I could climb stairs
without holding hand rails.
My body has changed shape a little, my skin is good, my eyes are good. I’m feeling happier and healthier. This cleanse has given me the energy to start creating what’s next.
May has been explosive with growth and expansion. I have a clear body and a clear mind. I want to do it again in June.
So thank you!
Did you know?
According to a review published in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences, drinking fruit and vegetable juices can have a positive impact on cardiovascular health by reducing blood pressure, improving blood lipid profiles, and inhibiting platelet aggregation. The study also found that the antioxidant effects of polyphenols and vitamins in fruit and vegetable juices can help prevent hyperhomocysteinemia and inflammation, which are both risk factors for cardiovascular diseases.
It’s important to note that while drinking juices might be a potential way to improve cardiovascular health, it should not be considered a substitute for a balanced diet that includes whole fruits and vegetables.