So I watched a couple of documentaries this weekend that I found were some real eye openers. They were: Hungry for a Change, and Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead. They both talked about juicing, and really thinking about what you put in your body and how it affects you. I strongly urge anyone who is looking to change their nutrition to watch one of these.
I thinking about trying juicing. I may do a 3 day detox and see how it goes. I definitely want to start incorporating juicing into my diet every day. It seems like a no brainer when you think about how many different fruits and vegetables go into that one cup.
I still have to get a juicer yet, but will definitely keep you all posted! And if anyone else juices, what do you like, don't like? I'd love to hear your thoughts!
*** Everyone I tell that I started 'juicing', thinks that I am going to start roid raging. To set the record straight, I am merely pulverizing fruits, vegetables, and anything else interesting I can find into pulp and and extracting it's liquid (AKA JUICE) to DRINK. So, 2 nights ago I got me the Jack LeLanne Power Juicer Express.
I didn't want to spend more than $100 and for the money this was the best value for a centrifugal juicer. I could have gone with a low end Breville Juice Fountain model (that is similar to the LeLanne) but I would have paid almost $60 more. Note that Breville is one of next highest rated juicers (in the $150-$300+ range). So it's set up, has been used more than a few times already, and I am ready to get JUICED! ***
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