Cleansing, Cleanses and Fasting

Juicing Kale the High Nutritional Green Machine

Juicing Kale the High Nutritional Green Machine

3 by / on June 28, 2011, 1:21 pm

Kale packs a heck of a nutritional punch-tons of vitamin K and A, potassium, and fiber as the sworn enemy of several types of cancer agents. Here’s an original JuicyJosh recipe using kale, ginger, and lemons: The Green Machine!

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Juicing a Lemon and Lime in a Pear Treat

Juicing a Lemon and Lime in a Pear Treat

0 by / on June 18, 2011, 10:01 am

Pears are a yummy package of juicy sweetness with their soft yet grainy texture and flesh like that is easy to sink your teeth into. Learn the history of pears and a breakdown of essential nutrients the fruit provides.

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Dr. Honey Dew’s Juicing Melon Madness

Dr. Honey Dew’s Juicing Melon Madness

0 by / on June 16, 2011, 5:49 pm

Honeydew melons are known to be the ‘sweetest’ of all the melons. But when it comes to nutrition and health benefits, it’s also superior. Here are some recipes and a little about how to pick the right honeydew!

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Juicing to the Calypso Beet

Juicing to the Calypso Beet

0 by / on June 6, 2011, 7:56 am

Lemon juice goes very well with beet juice, but lime juice works too. Here’s an intro to using and drinking beet juice – and a very warnings too!

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A Summer Juicy Juice Cleansing Refresher

A Summer Juicy Juice Cleansing Refresher

2 by / on June 2, 2011, 10:36 am

Watermelon is the quintessential summer fruit. An apt name, watermelon is just that mostly water (about 92%) making it an excellent choice for summer hydration.

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The Benefits of Psyllium

0 by / on February 23, 2010, 3:54 pm

Psyllium has been showing up as an ingredient in high-fiber breakfast cereals. It has been claimed to be effective in reducing blood cholesterol levels in those who consume it.  “Several studies point to a cholesterol reduction attributed to a diet that includes dietary fiber such as psyllium,” says Wikipedia.  Sometimes all I have to do is read a sentence and it convinces me I have to try it in something other than what I find it in on the grocery shelf.  This one screams “Put me in a smoothie, please!” This is about the benefit of using powdered psyllium that [...]

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Are You Listening To Your Gut?

0 by / on February 4, 2010, 1:11 am

It’s really a challenge to stay on a high raw lifestyle when you live with others who are not.  I took last week and challenged myself to juicing as much as I could.  First I have to say I felt wonderful immediately.  My stomach aches disappeared and as of today, I lost four pounds.  I don’t usually crave cooked, but I was at that point before I started this.  That craving has disappeared along with the sugar cravings.  I’ve been at this point many times over the past few years.  Although I eat a high raw diet, I have my [...]

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A Look Back At The Year

0 by / on December 30, 2009, 1:11 am

Throughout this year we’ve talked about everything from an aching back to wheatgrass.  I’ve asked you to have a good cry, think twice about your non-dairy creamer, and made you wonder about your energy drinks.  There have been recipes for smoothies, raw ice cream, living foods and lots of other things you can make and juice with your juicer or blender.  We’ve talked about feelings (a lot) and I gave you alternatives to help you heal heartburn, warts, constipation, insomnia, cancer, stress, PMS, lyme disease and diabetes, to name a few.  Looking back at your year in health, how have [...]

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Tips For The Emotional Eater in All of Us

0 by / on December 23, 2009, 1:11 am

Most of us know the feeling…..when our emotions are too much to handle and we want to deny or bury them with food.  Or if we just don’t know what we are feeling and food is the comfort we have always turned to.  I am an emotional eater.  After turning to a mostly living food lifestyle, I still tend to indulge in the sugar treat, but it only makes me feel crappy.  Alas, even the emotional eating part of my life has changed. When you feel your strongest cravings for food, chances are you are at your weakest point emotionally.  [...]

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The Powerful Healing Effects Of Celery

0 by / on October 23, 2009, 1:11 am

Scientist are starting to evaluate the most powerful of the healing factors of celery, a compound known as 3-n-butylphthalide or 3nB.  3nB is a compound unique to celery, responsible for the flavor and odor of celery.  Have you ever been cutting up celery and the smell made you want to eat it before you put it in your recipe?  Well now you should munch on it a little bit more in addition to adding it to your soups, stir fry, or juicing it.  Hippocrates, the father of medicine, claims celery calms the nerves.  It is also good for the kidneys [...]

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