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  1. Alison
    Alison August 1, 2008 at 12:44 pm |

    Wow, so much great information!! I love juicing. It can be a bit messy and time consuming, but still less time than cooking! I think I added my website to your list on the home page twice by accident…didn’t know how to delete it! I don’t want you to think I tried to put it there twice! lol

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  6. Rhonda
    Rhonda September 11, 2009 at 10:28 am |

    I have recently started reading about juicing, because my father-in-law and Brother-in-law both have cancer… My FIL had colon/bladder cancer, and skin cancer, is currently undergoing chemo/radiation.

    My BIL has stage 3 colon cancer. I wanted to start juicing to help them with their nutrition, and if it helps cure this disease GREAT! if not, at least they will be healthy.

    What I need is juice recipes to bring their ph levels up. Where do you get these??

    Thanks so much!
    Rhonda

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  9. Valerie0508
    Valerie0508 April 11, 2011 at 12:59 pm |

    I decided to get on the juicing bandwagon because my two grown sons have recently gone that route and swear by it.

    After much reseaerch and input from my daughter (a chef) I bought the Ninja which is a combination upscale blender, food processor and juicer. The reason I thought this the best item for me was that my daughter insisted that the mastication of fruits and vegetables is much healtier as it gives you more nutrition through the fiber; however, I experienced cramping and severe bowel reaction my first day.

    The “juice” is a little chewy and not really bad tasting. I am now feeling like maybe I should have gotten the extracting type of juicer, even though a lot of the fibre and nutrients are discarded.

    Pleases provide me with some insight/suggestions as I am really convinced juicing is for me but don’t want to risk IBS with so much fiber. I’m thinking that maybe those symptoms recede as your body adjusts to this type of supplement???

    Thanks for your input.

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  11. shelly
    shelly September 6, 2011 at 3:29 pm |

    i need juice recipes for blender for beginners that taste good and just curious what kind of work at home do you do? If i can ask. Thanks

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  13. denise
    denise May 25, 2012 at 2:59 pm |

    Hi healthy

    Wanted to get this blog going again. i just turned 50.
    Just bout the living well juicer and want to insure that
    I dont quit the juicing program. Is there a build up juicing program?? What I mean is a guide to starting w/ more palatable
    greens and working your taste buds up to better and of course bitter, more nutritional drinks??

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