The juice of fresh fruits and vegetables is the richest food source of vitamins, minerals, enzymes, and other valuable nutrients. The typical person can't eat enough raw fruits and vegetables in a day to nourish the body properly. You would have to eat five pounds of carrots a day to satisfy nutrient requirements. Instead, you can reach for a delicious, nutrient-rich glass of juice.
This resource guide to the healthy benefits of juicing begins with a section all about juice. Part Two describes juicing recipes and dietary tips, according to health condition. It provides juicing remedies, backed by scientific data and intensive research, to treat everything from allergies to water retention.
Cherie Calbom, popularly known as The Juice Lady, is a certified nutritionist and member of the American Nutritionists Association and the Society for Nutrition Education. She is the co-author of Juicing for Life.