Carrots, Oranges, Apples and Pears – both Conference and Asian. Very simple. More fruity and absolutely delicious.
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Tomatoes, Carrots, Braeburn Apples, Asian Pears, Conference. Pears, Kiwi’s, Celery and Broccoli and might I say it was delicious!
My Friend and I Sue are trying to be healthier. We are both vegetarians already. Being an avid food lover, I had always thought being a vegan would mean life would be miserable but I have been proved wrong. There are an abundance of websites, blogs and social networking posts dedicated to veganism including some fabulous recipes. This is something we could really get into. Its like a new adventure!
We have also looked into raw food after being inspired by hearing about so many people who looked and felt great after the switch. I think this is a little way off for us as we need to take it one step at a time.
We have been ensuring we have a raw juice at least 4 times a week. Today’s juice was Pear, apple, parsley, celery, cabbage and carrot. It was delicious. In fact whilst I am writing this, I think I will include posts on what the juice of the day was to share the goodness!
Taken from the book Juice Diet for Perfect Health by Dr D R Gala, De Dhiran Gala and Dr Sanjay Gala – a fantastic book that I have.
“Take a mixture of juices of carrot and spinach with the juice of mixed leafy vegetables. Juice of potato, papaya and watermelon can also be taken. Besides that, potato juice may be rubbed externally on the affected skin.”
I found this book a couple of years ago and since then, constantly refer to it as a reference source. Juice Diet for Perfect health contains a great introduction on the subject and how it can benefit the human body both for prevention purposes and cure. Then it goes on to list just about every fruit and vegetable you can think of, explains an Introduction and it’s Qualities. The Intro provides you with the taste and how it can benefit you medically. The Qualities lists its key components – which I personally found really useful. The end gives you many stories about people who have benefitted and some delicious concoctions to try.
This book costs so little and has such great information – I would certainly recommend it to anyone.
The opening page will also give you an index of the Authors other books – some great ones there. These are methods that have been used for thousands of years in India.
It does require discipline to work. You can’t do it as and when you want if you want a cure. It’s a lifestyle change and will stem from you wanting to make that change.
Has anyone read it? I’d love to hear your comments.