In this post I compare some of the most popular juicers and address a few common misconceptions about juicing. Most of what you’ve heard is wrong.To the post!
My husband of 34 years was diagnosed with stage 4 primary liver cancer in March 2012. The doctor told us there was not much to be done since the tumor was 7 inches covering his lower lobe and also had spread to his lymph nodes. After one week at home we decided to do what we have done for many years, rely on ourselves.
We started making phoenix tears and he was off the morphine in one week. Within a couple of weeks his pain and swollen stomach disappeared and with it came hope and a good quality of life. His tumor marker went from over 6000 to normal and he is feeling well.To the post! →
My name is Lindsey, and I live in Cape Town, South Africa. I was diagnosed with Colon Cancer – Sept 2012. On the 12th August 2011 my life changed forever. I had been to the doctor three times before about experiencing pain in my lower abdomen. He did the usual urine and blood test and announced it was a bladder infection. Weeks of antibiotics later, I was sicker than ever.
That morning I woke with the most excruciating pain I had ever experienced, I could barely walk. Deep inside me, I knew it was something terrible.To the post! →
The Centers for Disease Control and the National Cancer Institute recommend you eat at least 5 servings of fruits and veggies per day, but 10 servings per day is optimal. Let’s face it, that’s tough to do! Most folks I know don’t even average 1 serving per day.
Our bodies are starving for nutrients and juicing is the best way to extract massive amounts of nutrients from vegetables; without having to sit down and eat several pounds of vegetables per day. Knowing what to juice and what not to juice is critical.To the post! →