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Posted October 28, 2014
Informative On Juicing but Prevention Claims Questionable Ju
Informative On Juicing but Prevention Claims QuestionableWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Juicing for Health does a good job at explaining what juicing is, the different types of juicing regimens, as well as guidelines for purchasing a juicer that fits your needs. The 81 juicing recipes include recommended solutions for improving libido, mental alertness, energy, digestion, and easing inflammation. The problem I ran into with Juicing for Health are the prevention claims. For example, the author(s) refers to a number of fruits and vegetables that “prevent” Alzheimer’s. From The Alzheimer’s Association: “Can Alzheimer's be prevented? . . .There are no clear-cut answers yet.” For me, these exaggerated claims cast doubt on the credibility of additional claims made throughout the eBook.
Posted January 31, 2014
Focusing on cleansing, the book seems to promote a way to lose w
Focusing on cleansing, the book seems to promote a way to lose weight rather than a healthier lifestyle. It’s a “quick fix” that really isn’t a fix, but it does offer a few cautions and periodically recommends doctor consultation. The list of nutrients found in the produce is beneficial, even for non-juicers, but I’m skeptical of recommending it to novices. However, if you’ve been juicing and just want more recipes, there’s plenty to choose from.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.