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    Fruits and vegetables are excellent choices of a wide range of vitamins, minerals, and other important nutrients, including phytochemicals. Phytochemicals are compounds that have been shown to combat cancer. Healthful substances are being discovered all the time in fruits and vegetables and so there is no one supplement pill that can contain all of the healthy compounds that occur naturally in our foods. Each plant seems to produce particular phytochemicals that work against cancer in particular ways, it is suggested that a rich assortment of fruits and vegetables be included in your diet. It is also recommended that you should consume two glasses of live juices a day for health maintenance. Four glasses a day is recommended if you want speed healing and recovery from illness (or surgery).

    Juicing is an excellent means of adding fruits and vegetables to your diet. Since juice contains the whole fruit or vegetable - except for the fiber, which is the indigestible part of the plant - it contains virtually all of the plants' health promoting properties. Because fresh juices are made from raw fruits and vegetables, all of the components remain intact. Vitamin C and other water-soluble vitamins can be damaged by over-processing or over-cooking (including the bottling and canning process). Enzymes, which are proteins needed for digestion and other important functions, can also be damaged by cooking. Fresh juice, however, provides all of the plants' healthful ingredients in a form that is easy to digest and absorb. In fact, it has been estimated that fruit and vegetable juices can be assimilated in 20 to 30 minutes.

    The juices listed should be made fresh in your kitchen and consumed immediately. Many commercial juices are heat-treated to lengthen shelf life. This process can destroy important nutrients. In addition, preservatives may have been added. This includes sugars, salt and other compounds. Freshly made juices can lose some of their nutrients by being allowed to sit for long periods of time. By buying the best produce available, properly preparing it for juicing, and processing it in your own juicer, you will produce the most healthful, nutrient-rich drinks possible.


    Two and a half cups of vegetables per day is one recommended allotment for the average adult, but that varies, depending on who you are asking. Some experts recommend more. For many folks raised on meat and potatoes, that seems like a lot of vegetables. But, when it comes to juicing, it is quite easy to go through that amount, or even more. This makes it easy to increase your veggie intake.

    Juicing also makes the nutrients in the vegetables and fruits more bioavailable, which means the body can absorb them more quickly and easily. This is very important to those of us who have been eating less than optimum diets, which tend to decrease the efficiency of our digestive tracts. So, not only does juicing make it easy to eat more veggies and fruits, but it also wrings the maximum benefit from the ones we do consume. Juicing makes it easier to consume servings of veggies and fruits we know are good for us, but some of us just cannot stomach. This is not to say you should juice large amounts of Broccoli or Kale, if it upsets your stomach, but if you work it in with some Cucumber, Apple, and/or Spinach, you will probably do just fine with it.


    The antioxidants in fruits and vegetables are known to help most types of arthritis, including rheumatoid arthritis, but Americans are notorious for getting too few servings of the good stuff. One way to up your vegetable intake in a single gulp is through juicing. One of the benefits of juicing is getting a concentration of vegetables into people who normally would not get enough. But that does not mean chugging glasses of your average fruit juice. There is a right way and a wrong way to juice.


    Foods can have an effect on inflammation in the body, which is related to arthritis. Some foods, like those that are deep-fried, sugary, processed, or refined, lead to more inflammation, while others, like fruits and vegetables, lead to less inflammation. Juicing is an easy way to fill up on those foods full of antioxidants that help lessen inflammation, like the anthocyanins in berries and bromelain in pineapple. It can also help with weight loss, which is important when you have arthritis. Fat cells contain leptins, proteins that aggravate inflammation. The fewer fat cells, the fewer leptins hanging around.


    One of the cons of juicing is that it is easy to fill up on calories. If you are going to do it right, keep an eye on the sugar content of your juices. Too much sugar not only makes it hard to lose weight but also can cause blood sugar spikes. Such spikes can make arthritis symptoms worse and could lead to diabetes and some cancers.


    Do: Work one or two juices a day into a healthy, plant-based diet while paying attention to calories. Tart Cherry juice, for instance, is healthy but high in calories, so be sure it is counted as part of your overall calorie allotment for the day.

    Do: Drink juices made up of 80 percent vegetables and 20 percent fruits to limit sugars.

    Do: Pair your juice with Protein, such as Nuts or Greek Yogurt, to help control your blood sugar.

    Do: Try juicing with vegetables, fruits, and spices thought to have anti-inflammatory effects, such as Ginger, which may help improve symptoms of osteoarthritis, according to a study published in 2013 in the Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology. You can also try Turmeric, Cinnamon, and Chili Powder along with Citrus fruits such as Oranges and Lemons, Berries, tart Cherries, Carrots, and Leafy Greens.

    Do: Help your body with nutrient absorption. Research on people with osteoarthritis of the knee, published in 2014 in Clinical Interventions in Aging, found that Curcumin, contained in the spice Turmeric, was as effective as ibuprofen in treating pain. But because turmeric can be hard for the body to absorb alone, it is recommended to add few shakes of Black Pepper to improve the absorption rate.

    Do: Notice how your body reacts to foods. Nightshade vegetables such as Tomatoes and Peppers cause a worsening of arthritis symptoms in some people. Knowing how you react to foods will help you create the best arthritis-friendly juices for you.

    Do: Drink fresh juices because nutrients break down over time. Your best bet is to make them at home with a juicer. If you order juices from a company, which is also more expensive than DIY, it is recommended to go with one that uses high-pressure processing, which preserves the juice and keeps it free of bacteria while maintaining nutrients.

    Do: Scrub your produce with a clean brush. If arthritis makes chopping difficult, a suggestion is to buy precut fruits and vegetables.

    Don't: Rely on juicing exclusively for your nutrition. Because juicing removes most of the Fiber from food, doing a juice cleanse can make you constipated. You may also miss out on nutrients like Vitamin B-12 or those that require some fat in order to be absorbed, such as Beta-Carotene and other fat-soluble vitamins.

    Don't: Ignore the potential for juices to affect your medications. Because you are concentrating nutrients, you need to be extra careful about any potential food-drug interactions. For instance, Grapefruit Juice is known to interfere with a variety of medications. Prednisone, which is sometimes prescribed for arthritis pain, can make it more difficult to control your blood sugar, and juice can exacerbate that. Vitamin K, found in Leafy Greens1 , can interfere with blood thinners. Before you buy out the produce section of your market, check with your health care provider and pharmacist about which juices may interact with your arthritis or any drugs. Then plan out your juices accordingly with the right combinations of fruits and vegetables for optimal benefits.

    Lastly, make sure your overall diet is nutritious. That is the ultimate goal.




  • Green juices cleanse the body of pollutants and have a rejuvenating effect. Made from a variety of green vegetables, green juices are rich in Chlorophyll, which helps to purify the blood, build red blood cells, detoxify and heal the body, and provide the body with fast energy.

    Whether you are incorporating green juice into your diet to up your veggie consumption, or using it as a detox fast, the benefits are vast. Proponents say it boosts immunity, increases energy levels, balances the pH level in the body, purges toxins, and encourages healthy cell growth. It has been used to treat obesity, autoimmune diseases, cancer, blood sugar conditions, and the list just keeps going.

    Green juices can be made with Alfalfa Sprouts, Cabbage, Kale, Dandelion Greens, Spinach, and other green vegetables, including Wheatgrass. Wheatgrass juice is particularly important in any cancer treatment, especially when radiation therapy is involved.

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    To sweeten and dilute your green juices, try adding fresh Carrot and Apple juice. No other fruit juices should be added. Steam distilled, quality bottled or filtered Water is another good addition.

    Although green juices have great health benefits, they should be consumed in moderation. Try drinking about 8 to 10 ounces a day. The following is an excellent "green drink".

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    1. Thoroughly wash all ingredients. Cut the ingredients into pieces small enough, if needed, to fit into the juicer.

    2. Process the ingredients by pushing through the juicer. Pour juice into ice-filled glass. Drink immediately.

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  • Fresh vegetable juices are restorers and builders. They boost the immune system, remove acid wastes, and balance the metabolism. They also aid in the control of obesity by removing excess body fat.

    Among the most healthful and delicious of the vegetable juices are Beet, Cabbage, Carrot, Celery, Cucumber, Kale, Parsley, Spinach, Turnip, Watercress, and Wheatgrass juice. Carrot juice is probably the most popular of the juices, and is packed with Beta-Carotene, the Vitamin A precursor that helps fight cancer. Because carrots are the sweetest of the vegetables, their juice is not just delicious on its own, but is great for mixing with other vegetables to increase their appeal. On the other hand, strong-flavored vegetables - Broccoli, Celery, Garlic, Onions, Parsley, Rutabaga, and Turnips, for instance - should be used in small amounts only.

    Garlic is a great addition to vegetable drinks. Before juicing, drop the Garlic into Vinegar for 1 minute to destroy any bacteria or mold on the surface. To avoid irritating the lining of the intestinal tract, use only 1 clove of fresh Garlic in 2 glasses of juice.

    For the greatest health benefits, use many different vegetables when making your juices. That way, you will provide your body with a variety of important nutrients. The recipes that follow are just a few of the many healthful vegetable juice drinks that you might want to try.

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  • Fruit juices help to cleanse the body and nourish it with important nutrients, including cancer-fighting antioxidants.

    Although any fruit can be used, certain juices are particularly healthful and delicious. One favorite cleansing juice is Watermelon. To make this refreshing drink, place a whole piece of watermelon - with rind intact - in the juicer. Other delicious juices can be made with Apples, Apricots, Bananas, Berries, Citrus fruits, Kiwi, Melons, Pears - with just about any fruit that you want to use.

    You can enjoy fruit juices at any time of the day. About 10 to 12 ounces per day is recommended. The following is just one of the delicious fruit juice drinks you can make at home.



    1. Thoroughly wash all ingredients. Cut the ingredients into pieces small enough, if needed, to fit into the juicer.

    2. Process the ingredients by pushing through the juicer. Pour juice into ice-filled glass. Drink immediately.

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    Juicing is an easy way to make delicious drinks that can boost your health and help you treat a number of disorders. By following these guidelines, you will ensure that your juices are as pure, nutrient-rich, and appetizing as possible.

    Whenever possible, buy and use organically grown produce. This is produce that is grown without the use of pesticides and other harmful chemicals. This prevents chemical residues from ending up in your juice.

    If you are unable to obtain organically grown fruits and vegetables, peel or thoroughly wash the produce, using a vegetable brush to remove chemical residues and waxes. Most health food stores carry vegetable washes that will help remove any residues.

    When purchasing Potatoes for juicing, avoid those with a green tint, and be sure to remove any sprouts or eyes. The chemical solanine, which gives the potato the green cast, can cause diarrhea, vomiting and abdominal pain.

    When using organically grown produce, feel free to leave the skin on in most cases. Do remove the skin, though, before juicing Apricots, Grapefruits, Kiwis, Oranges, Papayas, Peaches, and Pineapple. The skins of oranges and grapefruits are quite bitter, and also contain a toxic substance that should not be consumed in large amounts. Because kiwis and papayas are tropical fruits, their skins are likely to contain residues of the harmful sprays often used in foreign countries, where some chemicals outlawed in the United States may still be legal. The skins of pineapples are too thick to be processed by most juicers.

    When juicing fruits, leave in small seeds, except when using Apples, Apricots, and Peaches. These fruit seeds (pits) actually contain cyanide, a toxic substance. Because of their size and hardness, all pits must be removed.

    Juice most produce with stems and leaves intact. However, remove Carrot and Rhubarb greens, as they contain toxic substances.

    When using soft fruits that contain very little water, such as Avocados, Bananas, and Papayas, for instance - prepare these fruits in a blender rather than using a juicer. Then stir these fruits into other juices.

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    Juices should be consumed immediately upon making, however, we all know that life gets busy and juicing can get time consuming. That is why it is wonderful to be able to juice in advance. You can set aside time to make juice for the entire day or for the next few days. If stored properly, most juices stays good for 72 hours. Keep in mind, the longer the wait, the more nutrients are lost.

    1. Go out and buy some canning (mason or kerr) jars. There are various sizes but the pint size (16 ounce) jars are quite convenient for a single person use. Canning jars are sold every where and can be found in supermarkets during canning season and at other stores, such as Walmart. They can also be purchased online, if desired.

    2. Wash and Cut up all of your veggies and fruits. Separate them into mason jar serving sizes. Here is a recipe for a 16 ounce serving of green juice:
    3. Juice right into the canning jar. Place the lid tightly on the jar immediately after juicing. This is important because you want to prevent oxidation. Since you have juiced the fruits and veggies, their nutrients are released into the juice and if oxidation takes place there is a loss of some those nutrients.

    4. Place the canning jar with freshly prepared juice in the fridge. It will stay fresh for 72 hours. 5. Drink at your convenience without having to bring out the juicer or have to wash it afterwards. It can be taken with you to work for a quick pick-me-up or a nutritious snack between meals.


  • Do not make any juices that contain Oranges in advance because they do not taste very good after the first few hours. These should be consumed immediately after juicing.
  • After a few batches of juice, check your juicer's pulp collector. It may get full and start to get pulp in into the juice dispenser area. Also, if you notice the juicer struggling a bit after several batches. Turn it off, wait for it to stop spinning, and check the blade and extractor because it may have accumulated too much pulp residue.
  • Lemon helps to prevent juice oxidation. Add half of a lemon to your juice.
  • When on the go, pack a lunch bag that you can place a jar of juice in with some freezer packs to keep it chilled. Heat destroys many nutrients and plant enzymes.

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    Weight loss is a nationally widespread worry and one of the toughest battles to win. Juicing is an easy way to fight for weight loss, and it will only take a few minutes out of your day. Fresh juices will help you shed that extra weight and is a great detoxifier. Try juicing when you have had a hard time losing weight on other diets and workout programs. Often people cannot lose weight because of toxins stored by fat cells to protect delicate tissues and organs. The antioxidants in the fruit and veggies for juicing bind up toxins and carry them out of the body. Then, the body can let go of fat cells that were storing the weight loss-preventing toxins.

    With juicing, you will consume valuable nutrition through freshly squeezed fruit and vegetable juices. Two glasses of vegetable juice a day along with a low-carbohydrate diet that is rich in living foods will help fat melt away. Juicing is beneficial for weight loss because your liver, the prime detoxification organ, is also your prime fat burning organ. So when you detoxify your body, you are freeing up your liver's resources to burn fat. However, when your body is overwhelmed with the need to detoxify itself, which is common these days, your liver will have a difficult time getting around to burning fat. Our bodies use considerable amounts of energy just to digest our daily meals. It is estimated that up to thirty percent of all of the energy a person produces each day is used to digest food. Common meat and carbohydrate heavy meals require considerably more energy to digest than meals consisting primarily of fruits and vegetables.

    Try juicing in the morning, take a jar of juice to drink at work either before or after lunch and then again before dinner. If you cut down on the amount of meat in your diet while adding additional vegetables, your body can divert its extra energy to cleansing itself and eliminating old, unneeded tissue. People who embark on a juicing-for-health program often get excited because they lose weight so easily. But after the initial thrill of the pounds melting away without a lot of effort, they usually say weight loss became secondary to all the other great health benefits they experienced.

    In addition to weight management, many people say they saw improvements in their skin conditions such as eczema being cleared up, and a decrease in skin eruptions, dryness, oiliness and susceptibility to sunburns. Their hair grew thicker, stronger and more lustrous with decreased oiliness, dryness, dullness and dandruff. Nail strength improved. A marked increase in energy and a significant decrease in addictions and use of medications have been reported. Results also showed a substantial decrease in allergies. This may be attributed to the detoxifying benefits as well as the added live nutrients you body needs to rebuild itself.


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    Amazon: Breville JE98XL Juice Fountain Plus 850-Watt Juice Extractor
    The Juice Fountain Plus juices whole large apples, pears and oranges in seconds. Smooth, rounded parts without food traps prevent pulp from sticking and make rinsing under the tap fast and simple. The easy clean models also come with a specially designed scrubbing brush to clean the filter mesh quickly and easily.

    Amazon: Breville BJE200XL Compact Juice Fountain 700-Watt Juice Extractor
    It may be small, but it still delivers all the power and performance you’d expect from a Breville juicer. And, it conveniently collects pulp within the footprint of the unit to conserve counter space.

    Amazon: Hamilton Beach 67601A Big Mouth Juice Extractor Electric Juicer, 800 Watt, Black
    Whether it is an invigorating orange or nutrient-rich green, enjoying a fresh glass of homemade juice has never been easier. With its large chute and powerful motor, the Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Pro Juice Extractor makes quick work of fruits and vegetables with little prep time required.

    Amazon: Breville 800JEXL Juice Fountain Elite, 1000-Watt Juice Extractor
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    Amazon: Omega J8006 Nutrition Center Masticating Dual Stage Juicer, Metallic
    The Omega J8006 Nutrition Center is a masticating style juicer. Sometimes referred to as a low speed juicer, the Nutrition Center processes at 80 rpm, whereas most other juicers process at a speed of 1,650 to 15,000 rpm. The low speed protects and maintains healthy enzymes, prevents oxidation and allows juice to be stored up to 72 hours without degradation. The GE Ultem Auger is 8x stronger than most other plastics and the powerful gear reduction is equivalent to a 2-HP Motor. The dual stage juice processing system extracts the maximum amount of juice from fruits, vegetables, leafy greens, even wheatgrass! You can also use the nutrition center to turn nuts into nut butters (an all-natural peanut butter), make baby food from natural, fresh ingredients, whip up soy milk, extrude pasta, grind coffee and spices, and mince herbs and garlic. Make delicious and nutritious drinks and snacks that everyone will love. Measuring 7-inches wide, 15.5-inches deep and 8.5-inches tall. Usage of more frozen foods (fruit, ice cream, etc.) than liquids leads to the foods sticking to the sides of blender jars or the mixture becomes stiff (frozen) and will not flow. The juice screen is already installed in the juicer. Note: Some noise is to be expected. Please set the Juicer on top of a thin towel to help stabilize and mitigate noise.

    Amazon: Tribest Z-Star Z-510 Manual Juicer
    Wheatgrass contains some of the highest concentrations of vitamins, minerals, and nutrients when compared to other fruits and vegetables. It is also one of nature’s richest sources of chlorophyll and hundreds of other live enzymes. Until recently, obtaining the juice from this miracle plant required purchasing expensive juicers or making a trip to your local juice bar to buy a shot. Now, with the new Z-Star Manual Juicer, Tribest makes it affordable to be able to juice wheatgrass at home, or on the go. Its unique single-auger design uses an extremely gentle and efficient process to extract more high-quality juice from each blade of wheatgrass, without electric power. Not only can it juice wheatgrass, the Z-Star Manual Juicer can also extract great-tasting and nutritious juice from a variety of fresh fruits, vegetables, and leafy greens. The Z-Star Manual Juicer is lightweight, portable, and versatile, so you can enjoy fresh juice wherever you go!

    Amazon: Kuvings NS-950 Silent Upright Masticating Juicer
    The sleek chrome finish is attractive and will look great on any kitchen. The Kuvings Silent Juicer is loaded with features that will help kick start your day with healthy and delicious, all natural juice. The low-speed masticating technology quickly and quietly provides you with a higher yield of juice that's smoother, more consistent, and richer in antioxidants and vitamins. The juicer presses and extracts juice from its source rather than shredding. This technology produces more juice with less oxidation retaining more nutrients and enzymes. The powerful, energy efficient motor quietly works with fresh fruits, vegetables, and leafy greens to make everything from juice to soups and sauces. It is simple to assemble and disassemble, and the included patented cleaning brush makes clean-up effortless. This compact juicer will look great on any kitchen counter.

    This is only a small selection of juicers available through They have over 200 juicer brands, types and models available at a wide range of prices. Click on one of the above links and do a search, if needed. The ones included here are the most popular selling models. It is best to find one within your budget, but durable under repeated usage.

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