Broccoli, or little trees as my kids like to call them, may provide the most all around health benefits of all vegetables. This member of the cabbage family is basically a large edible flower (we do call the little shoots florets). Their source can be traced back to the ancient Etruscans of the … [Read more...] about Benefits of Broccoli Juice
I'm so excited to announce the premier issue of Juice and Blend Magazine. I envisioned and designed this magazine to educate and inspire people to use fresh natural foods and whole living methods to achieve health, harmony, and balance. In the mag, we celebrate and share the benefits of juicing and … [Read more...] about Premier Issue of Juice and Blend Magazine
So many people wake up in the mornings and they are tired, sick, and generally not happy with themselves and their lives. Statistics in the Journal of American Medical Association show that 68% of US adults are overweight or obese. How did this happen, really? And how do we get ourselves out … [Read more...] about Hungry For Change Review and DVD Giveaway
Foods that contain vitamin C, vitamin B, calcium, and magnesium are especially good to relieve stress and calm the nerves. Here are a list of the top foods you can add to your juices: Chard Carrots Beets Celery Apricots Parsley Oranges Share this with your friends! Hover … [Read more...] about Juices to Calm the Nerves
Today I'm going to share several reasons why you might want to include cucumber juice in your diet. Cucumbers! Technically they are a fruit though we tend to classify them as a vegetable. Because cucumbers contains about 96% water they are practically perfect for juicing. The cool and juicy … [Read more...] about Benefits of Cucumber Juice
This week's topic is a sensitive one and I don't mean to offend. However it really must be addressed, because so many ask the question, "Where's the protein?" I'm going out on a limb here to say that the developed world has an unhealthy obsession with protein. It's quite unlikely that any of … [Read more...] about Where’s the Protein?