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Want to learn more about juicing? Do you want to get more nutrition naturally without taking a pill? Cy Mann has been juicing for over 20 years and has put this book together with the best juicing recipes that he created as well as tips on how to juice to get the most benefits. With over 100 juicing recipes you are sure to fall in love with some of these amazing recipes.


I recently watched a documentary on Netflix explaining that most people are essentially undernourished because while they are consuming an over abundance of calories in processed foods, none of the 'empty' calories we're consuming as a society contain the nutrients the body needs to thrive. Most food sold in the supermarket today (excluding produce) is created in a lab to look, taste and smell good - fueling the body with adequate nutrition is not the priority in said lab's equation. The documentary briefly touched on juicing as a means to get some nutrition back in the body and my immediate thought was 'well, why not'?

This book was everything I was looking for in an introductory juicing book and then some. The introduction to the book touched on and supported everything the documentary I had watched had highlighted, delving into the themes of nutrition with marvelous detail. "100 Best Juicing Recipes" also contains an 8 day meal plan for those looking to detox - complete with exquisite looking recipes I can't wait to try. And the juicing recipes were nothing short of amazing - there is literally a juice for everything from weight loss to building immunity.

I seriously cannot recommend this book ENOUGH. It is a must have!

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not free.£1.98 on amazon:-(
Almost clicked buy with 1-click before noticing it was £1.98...

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