The Juicing Bible

June 19, 2013 - Comment

A reissue of the bestseller that features 16 new, additional photographs. The first edition of The Juicing Bible won the 2000 International Cookbook Revue Award and has over 400,00 copies in print. It continues to be one of the bestselling juicing books in the marketplace. In response to consumer demand, we’ve decided to reissue this

Buy Now! $5.00Amazon.com Price
(as of January 18, 2018 8:41 pm UTC - Details)

A reissue of the bestseller that features 16 new, additional photographs.

The first edition of The Juicing Bible won the 2000 International Cookbook Revue Award and has over 400,00 copies in print. It continues to be one of the bestselling juicing books in the marketplace. In response to consumer demand, we’ve decided to reissue this successful seller with an additional 16 color photographs, which takes the total photo count up to 32. All the outstanding elements in this essential guide for anyone who wants to explore the wide-ranging nutritional and health benefits of juicing are still here:

  • An astonishing 350 recipes — delicious fruit and vegetable juices, tonics, cleansers, digestives, teas, roughies, smoothies, milk and coffee substitutes and frozen treats.
  • Information on the seven body systems, including their importance to good health along with diet and lifestyle changes that will keep each system working as well as it can.
  • Details on 80 common health concerns, with recommendations on how to use natural foods to combat each condition.
  • 128 illustrations of fruits, vegetables and herbs, plus information on their uses and healing properties, and advice on purchasing and storage.

Product Features

  • For years nutritionists and health practitioners have urged North Americans to eat more fruits …
  • 400 pages, softcover
  • Dimensions: 10″H × 7″W

Comments

EMA says:

This book has EVERYTHING! This is a great book. It is much more in-depth than your average juicing book. It’s separated into quite a few sections, ranging from simple juices to recipes for using the leftover pulp. It starts off with a mini-encyclopedia listing herbs, fruits and veggies which can be used in your juicing. Offered is a quick summary of each item, how to use it in juicing, and health benefits of each (good for digestion, cooling, antispasmodic, etc.). Then, there’s a section on common health illnesses which lists juices (and other juice-type items, all of which have recipes in the book) that may help the ailments, as well as dietary tips, foods and herbs that may help the disorder, and some lifestyle changes to try. The rest of the book has the following sections:1. Fruit Juices2. Vegetable Juices3. Cocktails — these are juices with a little something extra, like yogurt, milks, spices, etc.4. Frozen treats — most of these recipes utilize…

Rebecca of Amazon "The Rebecca Review" says:

Comprehensive “The Juicing Bible” seems to have been written for a very specific audience. If you have a well stocked cupboard filled with spices and a garden filled with herbs then this book might be what you are looking for. After looking through the entire book I found one recipe I could actually make without searching in a health store for uncommon ingredients. The recipe I tried was the “Apple Spice Cocktail.” This used ingredients I had in my refrigerator and instead of the spices recommended I just used cinnamon. So in a way I created my own recipe based on a good idea.Some of the ingredients in this book include: lavender, powdered licorice, dandelions, powdered linden flower, borage leaves, acai berries, red raspberry leaves, stinging nettle, kelp, astragalus root, meadowsweet and apricot milk. While I’ve heard of these ingredients before I have no idea where to get them. The small sources section at the back of the book doesn’t really give me any clues as to who carries which…

Penny Ormsbee says:

Awesome! I am a nutritional consultant and recommend this book to all my clients. Juicing is a nutrient dense way to get important vitamins and minerals. The Juicing Bible provides not only a wide variety of wonderful recipes, but also includes information on juices for specific health problems. There is a section on smoothies and medicinal teas as well. An excellent book – the only juicing book you’ll ever need. A perfect gift for a health conscious friend, or one who should be. Enjoy!

Write a comment

*