The Everything Juicing Book: All you need to create delicious juices for your optimum health by Carole Jacobs, Patrice Johnson, Nicole Cormier |, Paperback | Barnes & Noble
The Everything Juicing Book: All you need to create delicious juices for your optimum health

The Everything Juicing Book: All you need to create delicious juices for your optimum health

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by Carole Jacobs, Patrice Johnson, Nicole Cormier
     
 

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Don't eat your veggies, drink them! If you're one of the millions of Americans who doesn't get their recommended daily amounts of fruits and vegetables, juicing is the perfect solution! This book is packed with 150 recipes to make consuming fruits and veggies fast, delicious, and fun, including:

  • Asparagus squash medley
  • Grape citrus apple

Overview

Don't eat your veggies, drink them! If you're one of the millions of Americans who doesn't get their recommended daily amounts of fruits and vegetables, juicing is the perfect solution! This book is packed with 150 recipes to make consuming fruits and veggies fast, delicious, and fun, including:

  • Asparagus squash medley
  • Grape citrus apple juice
  • Orange lemonade lift-off
  • Broccoli apple carrot with parsley and lemon juice
  • Strawberry patch juice
This handy guide explains why millions of people have turned to juicing to help ward off everyday disorders like colds and migraines, promote longevity, shed excess pounds, and prevent and treat serious diseases. Whether you want to get more nutrients, cleanse your body of toxins, or prevent disease and live longer, juicing is the answer!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781440503269
Publisher:
Adams Media
Publication date:
03/18/2010
Series:
Everything Series
Pages:
304
Sales rank:
211,148
Product dimensions:
7.90(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.70(d)

Meet the Author

Carole Jacobs is the former senior editor, nutrition editor, and founding travel editor for Shape magazine, and the travel editor for Shape's sister publication for older women, Living Fit. Jacobs is now the fitness editor for Travelgirl magazine. A nationally recognized writer, her work has appeared in more than 250 national publications. She has authored several books, including Detox for the Rest of Us and Fat-Free and Fit.

Chef Patrice Johnson graduated with high honors from the California School of Culinary Arts in Pasadena, California, which is affiliated with the prestigious Cordon Bleu in Paris. The owner of Mystique, Your Personal Chef, Chef Johnson specializes in catering, special occasion dinners, and everyday dinners for clients. In addition, she is an ACE-certified personal trainer. She lives in California.

Nicole Cormier, RD is a registered dietician and owner of the nutrition counseling company Delicious Living Nutrition. She is certified in adult weight management from the Commission of Dietetic Registry. Cormier often advocates juicing as a beneficial tool to nourish bodies and increase energy levels.

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Everything Juicing Book 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Erickson_and_Co More than 1 year ago
I thought this book was very interesting, informative, and has great recipes. I am a beginning juicer ( I borrowed one from my parents to see if I like it) and this book was a great book to start with. I had tried juicing once before about five years ago and the juice I made was bitter and not very good. After reading this book I decided to try again and with the tips that I learned my juice was great tasting this time around. There is a chapter about juicing for weight loss and it includes recipes that might help suppress appetite, cut cravings, stabilize blood sugar levels, and provide a variety of nutrients. The recipes in this chapter include things such as watermelon orange, green juice, carrot beeter (this one was one of my favorites), asparagus carrot, and more. Chapter five is about juice fasting. The introduction talks about the benefits and the dangers of juice fasting. Although I made some of the recipes in this chapter, I will not try a juice fast because I am breastfeeding. Recipes include peach pineapple (this is one of my favorites), apple grapefruit, kale apple, carrot apple, carrot orange (this is one of my husband’s favorites), berry melon, cucumber lemonade, and more. Chapter 6 is entitled juice detoxing and cleansing and again talks about the pros and cons of juice detoxing and cleansing. Recipes include things such as papaya strawberry, blueberry banana, watermelon and lime, zucchini juice, orange beet, and mango tea. Again, I would not do a juice detox but the recipes are tasty. Chapter 7 is about juicing for increased happiness and mental stability. These recipes are suppose to help fight stress and anxiety by providing a highly condensed version of vitamins, minerals, phytochemicals, and antioxidants. Some of the recipes are cherry plum, garden delight, spicy melon, honey orange dew, mango carrot (we really liked this one), and fruit punch. Some of the recipes claim to help reduce ADHD, reduce migraines, reduce Alzheimer’s disease, reduce tinnitus, and reduce depression; now although I’m not sure how well they help reduce these things, I do know we enjoyed trying the recipes. There are nine other chapters full of recipes that are suppose to help fight infections, build better bones, and to help the hair, skin, and nails. I do not think that if I drink a certain juice everyday that I will never get XYZ, however I do think that juicing can help a person be healthier and I think this book has some good recipes in it and some good advice about nutrition even if I do not necessarily believe all the health claims that it says. I like that each recipe includes nutritional facts including how many calories, grams of fat, sodium, fiber, protein, sugar, and carbs per serving. I received this book for free to facilitate this review. However this did not affect my opinions.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book has everything you are looking for to juice. Great insight on how to prepare the food & what to look for in buying produce. The recipes are fabulous, a lot of fruits are involved, but I found some keepers with just veggies that are SO good!!!! Beyond that, there is a wealth of information on all sorts of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, etc. It's almost overwhelming (but so exciting to have all of that at my fingertips). I will be recommending this book to ALL of my fellow juicer friends. Definitely a gem!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is very informative. The authors are credible, unlike authors of other books. Also, this is one of the only juicing books which lists calories. I have had trouble finding another book that meets these high standards.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When I reviewed this book in the store, there were pictures. In the e-book version, there are none. Disappointing.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Any other book on the subject is a better choice.
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You lend me this book?