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How To Increase Your Energy with Juicing

There are three ‘ingredients’ to using juices to power-up your energy! A good-night’s sleep; Nitrous Oxide; and ATP (“Adenosine triphosphate”). Let’s see how they work! … It All Begins With a Good Night’s Sleep! One thing that most people don’t associate with energy...

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Do Type II Diabetes and Juicing Mix?

Okay. Here’s the deal. When people talk about juicing and Type II Diabetes (T2D) the general common consensus is juice = bad because there’s too much sugar, and as anyone can tell you, free form sugars and T2D is never a good combo. But there’s more to the story: 1]...

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Look! Your Eyes Crave Juice Too!

If you can read this without glasses, thank a juice! Here’s the thing about our eyes. Eyes need very specific things to function properly. And what they need most is a healthy body that is replete with Vitamins A, B and E. Without these in proper cooperation within...

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A Brief History of Juicing

The history of juicing may take us back over 2000 years!  So, what's the controversy?  Well, there’s this little quote is being paraded around the internet (quoting verbatim): “Some of the first documented evidence of humans “juicing” for health benefits are from the...

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Let’s start a Juice Tribe and Be Fit Again!

Why am I a guy who is passionate about juicing?  Because in 2014 I began juicing myself back to health following years spent recoving from being hit by an SUV.  I believe juicing may have saved my life ... I'm certain it played a huge role in getting my life back...

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Say It Ain’t Cilantro

Now, I understand that there’s a certain percentage of dear readers who will never touch these greens no matter what I say, or how good Cilantro is for you, and that’s because there’s a small collection of people carry a DNA variant that causes the sense of smell...

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Chard as Nails — Why Today Popeye Would Prefer Swiss Chard

Chard as Nails … Why Today Popeye Would Prefer Swiss Chard When I think about chard, I think of eating green leafy veggies … like spinach. Once upon a time, everyone knew about spinach because of Popeye (quite the add campaign, eh!?); but cans of leafy greens? Blech!...

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Nothing This Delicious Should Be Called a Soursop

Did you know that very few evergreen plants produce fruits?  Think about it -- it's true!  Well, one of the tastiest fruits of all grows from an evergreen in the tropics, and its fruit is called a soursop (latin: muricata), or, depending on where you're seeing it, it...

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