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"Vegetable juice makes a great snack. Check the labels on canned and bottled vegetable juices because some are high in sodium. V-8® juice, as well as several other brands, now produce low-sodium vegetable juices. A wide variety of fruit juices are available, but check the nutrition labels carefully: Many contain as little as 10 percent real fruit juice. If the juice isn't labeled 100 percent fruit juice, it probably contains a high percentage of water and sugar, usually in the form of corn syrup. Avoid these fruit juices if you're trying to lose weight."
- Gayle Reichler, M.S., R.D., C.D.N., Active Wellness - A Personalized 10 Step Program for a Healthy Body, Mind & Spirit (Get the book.)

"The diet was based around the fresh juices, which, in addition to pure carrot juice, included carrot juice mixed with apple juice, spinach juice, cabbage juice, cucumber juice, beet juice, or tomato juice.24 To a large degree, the Livingston diet is strikingly similar to Gerson's diet, but considerably more permissive. Vitamin Therapy Livingston summarizes her view of megavitamin therapy in her Physician's Handbook.25 We use megavitamins in our program because it is not feasible to attempt to determine what individual deficiencies may exist."
- Michael Lerner, Choices in Healing: Integrating the Best of Conventional and Complementary Approaches to Cancer (Get the book.)

"Check the labels on canned and bottled vegetable juices because some are high in sodium. V-8® juice, as well as several other brands, now produce low-sodium vegetable juices. A wide variety of fruit juices are available, but check the nutrition labels carefully: Many contain as little as 10 percent real fruit juice. If the juice isn't labeled 100 percent fruit juice, it probably contains a high percentage of water and sugar, usually in the form of corn syrup. Avoid these fruit juices if you're trying to lose weight."
- Gayle Reichler, M.S., R.D., C.D.N., Active Wellness - A Personalized 10 Step Program for a Healthy Body, Mind & Spirit (Get the book.)

"Apple Juice Orange Juice White Grape Juice Red Grape Juice Mixed Fruit Juice Grape juice (Regular) Thiamin (pg) 150 400-600 0 75 225-310 290 Riboflavin (pg) 150 230 0-240 150 150-225 375 Niacin (mg) 0.75 2.3 0.75-3.2 0.75 0.9-3.1 2.9 Vitamin B6 (ug) 300 540 540 600 385-770 665 Vitamin C (mg) 325 325 325 300 325 0 From reference 22. Table 3: Vitamin concentrations in juices for children (units/L). pyrophosphate. The "TPP effect" refers to enhancement of transketolase activity."
- Reginald C. Tsang, Nutrition During Infancy: Principles and Practice (Get the book.)

"The juice of the blueberry also possesses the antiadhesive agents that prevent bladder infections. At the first indication of infection, start drinking pure, unsweetened cranberry or blueberry juice, or juice sweetened with apple or other sweet juices. Stay away from juices with added sugar or high fructose corn syrup. Ten to 16 ounces a day will probably be enough without irritating your stomach. If the juice is too strong, dilute it with water. Some women find it easier to take three capsules of concentrated cranberry juice three times a day."
- Linda Ojeda, Menopause Without Medicine: The Trusted Women's Resource with the Latest Information on HRT, Breast Cancer, Heart Disease and Natural Estrogens (Get the book.)

"Antibiotics were also used less in both the extract and the juice group, compared with the placebo group. Cranberry extracts are less expensive than cranberry juice. Another advantage of the extracts is the concern that the oxalates in cranberry juice could contribute to kidney stone formation. While logical, no studies have yet demonstrated an increase in kidney stones after drinking cranberry juice. Cranberry extracts can also be found in numerous combination herbal/nutritional formulations along with uva-ursi, pipsissewa, Oregon grape root, marshmallow root, buchu, vitamin C, and others."
- Tori Hudson, N.D., Women's Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine: Alternative Therapies and Integrative Medicine for Total Health and Wellness (Get the book.)

"Think of this as getting better and better at squeezing the juice out of an orange. At your first attempt, you extract only so much juice. Then you learn how to make the most of that orange and find ways to extract even more juice from it. Over time, the people in our study got better and better at extracting the "joy juice" from the time they devoted to their meditation practice."
- Barbara Fredrickson, Positivity: Top-Notch Research Reveals the 3 to 1 Ratio That Will Change Your Life (Get the book.)

"Food sources, listed in order of higher to lower vitamin C content, include acerola, guava, strawberries, papaya, orange juice, lemon juice, and grapefruit juice. Other foods in no particular order: broccoli, brussels sprouts, cantaloupe, cauliflower, cranberry juice, honey-dew melon, kiwi, mango, and tomato juice. The acerola fruit offers the biggest load of vitamin C by far, with the fresh juice containing about 1,300 mg of vitamin C per serving. A typical serving of the other foods in the ordered list provides about 40 to 242 mg of vitamin C each."
- Richard Harkness, The Natural Pharmacist: Your Complete Guide to Reducing Cancer Risk (Get the book.)

"When exposed to sunlight, lemon juice is a mild lightener or bleach. Squeeze the juice from half a lemon into the wash cycle to get rid of odors on clothing. 9. Table salt is great at removing rust. With lemon juice, it can clean copper. When mixed with vinegar, salt polishes brass. Salt is also a key ingredient in an effective, all-natural scouring powder. I also recommend keeping some hydrogen peroxide on hand, which in diluted form is great at removing stains from heavily soiled whites and other clothing and a number of surfaces."
- Deirdre Imus, Growing Up Green: Baby and Child Care: Volume 2 in the Bestselling Green This! Series (Green This!) (Get the book.)

"At your first attempt, you extract only so much juice. Then you learn how to make the most of that orange and find ways to extract even more juice from it. Over time, the people in our study got better and better at extracting the "joy juice" from the time they devoted to their meditation practice. This finding is especially fascinating because past scientists had discovered that most changes in emotions don't last: whether you win the lottery or become paraplegic, odds are that at a shockingly fast pace your emotional life will soon be back where it was before your lucky (or unlucky) day."
- Barbara Fredrickson, Positivity: Top-Notch Research Reveals the 3 to 1 Ratio That Will Change Your Life (Get the book.)

"Keep the two halves at room temperature for an hour or two, then look at both halves: The half with the lemon juice will look pretty much the same as it did when it was cut; the half without the lemon juice will probably be turning brown and "going bad." If you leave them out longer, the difference will become more pronounced. This is oxidation and antioxidant protection happening before your eyes. The unprotected half is oxidizing quickly. The half with lemon juice is oxidizing very slowly or not at all because of the antioxidants present in the lemon juice."
- Bob Capelli, ASTAXANTHIN: Natural Astaxanthin, King of the Carotenoids (Get the book.)

"At the first indication of infection, start drinking pure, unsweetened cranberry or blueberry juice, or juice sweetened with apple or other sweet juices. Stay away from juices with added sugar or high fructose corn syrup. Ten to 16 ounces a day will probably be enough without irritating your stomach. If the juice is too strong, dilute it with water. Some women find it easier to take three capsules of concentrated cranberry juice three times a day. Other Remedies Drinking plenty of water helps dilute the urine and flush bacteria from the bladder."
- Linda Ojeda, Menopause Without Medicine: The Trusted Women's Resource with the Latest Information on HRT, Breast Cancer, Heart Disease and Natural Estrogens (Get the book.)

"Some health food stores have juice bars where you could purchase fresh squeezed juices for use in your soups if you do not want to juice carrots at home. For those busy days, take a look at the Quick and Easy Meal Suggestions we have included after the Phase 1 sample menus. The first basic cooking technique you will learn is water sauteing (also called sweating). This is used instead of cooking with oil. Water sauteing is simple and great for stir-fries, sauces and many other dishes. To water saute, heat a skillet on high heat until water sputters when dropped on the pan."
- Dr. Joel Fuhrman, Eat For Health: Lose Weight, Keep It Off, Look Younger, Live Longer (2 book set) (Get the book.)

"Drinks: commercial, sugared fruit juices, juice drinks, and soft drinks (both diet and regular) Raw juices: juice your own or buy 100% juice, preferably raw, organic. Natural spritzers containing only fruit juice and carbonated water. Canned coffee and commercial decaffeinated coffee Grind your own beans, preferably organic. Use only Swiss water-processed decaffeinated beans. Don't exceed more than three cups daily. Try organic black or herbal teas. AVOID THESE FOODS USE THESE FOODS INSTEAD All commercial red meat and poultry Lamb or organic beef, organic free-range poultry."
- Lita Lee, Lisa Turner and Burton Goldberg, The Enzyme Cure: How Plant Enzymes Can Help You Relieve 36 Health Problems (Get the book.)

"Apple, raw, golden delicious 39 8 Carrot juice, treshly made 43 10 Apricots, dried 30 8 Coca Cola 83 16 Banana 67 16 Cranberry juice cocktail (Ocean 68 24 Dates, dried 103 42 Spray) Grapes, black 59 111 Fruit-flavored drink mix, orange 66 13 Kiwi fruit 58 7 Gatorade 78 12 Mango, raw 57 9 Grapefruit juice, unsweetened 48 11 Oranges, raw 37 4 Orange juice 50 13 Papaya, raw 59 13 Tomato jufce."
- Anthony Colpo, The Great Cholesterol Con: Why Everything You've been Told About Cholesterol, Diet and Heart Disease is Wrong (Get the book.)

"Some health food stores have juice bars where you could purchase fresh squeezed juices for use in your soups if you do not want to juice carrots at home. For those busy days, take a look at the Quick and Easy Meal Suggestions we have included after the Phase 1 sample menus. The first basic cooking technique you will learn is water sauteing (also called sweating). This is used instead of cooking with oil. Water sauteing is simple and great for stir-fries, sauces and many other dishes. To water saute, heat a skillet on high heat until water sputters when dropped on the pan."
- Dr. Joel Fuhrman, Eat For Health: Lose Weight, Keep It Off, Look Younger, Live Longer (2 book set) (Get the book.)

"Apple, raw, golden delicious 39 8 Carrot juice, treshly made 43 10 Apricots, dried 30 8 Coca Cola 83 16 Banana 67 16 Cranberry juice cocktail (Ocean 68 24 Dates, dried 103 42 Spray) Grapes, black 59 111 Fruit-flavored drink mix, orange 66 13 Kiwi fruit 58 7 Gatorade 78 12 Mango, raw 57 9 Grapefruit juice, unsweetened 48 11 Oranges, raw 37 4 Orange juice 50 13 Papaya, raw 59 13 Tomato jufce."
- Anthony Colpo, The Great Cholesterol Con: Why Everything You've been Told About Cholesterol, Diet and Heart Disease is Wrong (Get the book.)

"Drinks: commercial, sugared fruit juices, juice drinks, and soft drinks (both diet and regular) Raw juices: juice your own or buy 100% juice, preferably raw, organic. Natural spritzers containing only fruit juice and carbonated water. Canned coffee and commercial decaffeinated coffee Grind your own beans, preferably organic. Use only Swiss water-processed decaffeinated beans. Don't exceed more than three cups daily. Try organic black or herbal teas. AVOID THESE FOODS USE THESE FOODS INSTEAD All commercial red meat and poultry Lamb or organic beef, organic free-range poultry."
- Lita Lee, Lisa Turner and Burton Goldberg, The Enzyme Cure: How Plant Enzymes Can Help You Relieve 36 Health Problems (Get the book.)

"To Treat Heartburn Naturally: • Drink fresh juice of potatoes or cabbage (you'll need a vegetable juicer to make this juice), or eat a little raw grated potato. • Slowly eat a banana, chewing it well. • Drink some club soda. • Drink a glass of organic milk or eat a few ounces of plain yogurt. • Drink a teaspoon of baking soda mixed with 4 to 8 ounces of warm water. To Prevent Constipation: • Vegetables, fruit, and whole grains! A diet rich in these foods—especially the first two—will help a great deal with constipation."
- Hyla Cass, M.D., Supplement Your Prescription: What Your Doctor Doesn't Know About Nutrition (Get the book.)

"Drip it all over the cut side of the apple, and leave the other apple half as is with no lemon juice. Keep the two halves at room temperature for an hour or two, then look at both halves: The half with the lemon juice will look pretty much the same as it did when it was cut; the half without the lemon juice will probably be turning brown and "going bad." If you leave them out longer, the difference will become more pronounced. This is oxidation and antioxidant protection happening before your eyes. The unprotected half is oxidizing quickly."
- Bob Capelli, ASTAXANTHIN: Natural Astaxanthin, King of the Carotenoids (Get the book.)

"Flax meal is good in smoothies, cereals, oatmeal, salads, and soups; mixed with juice (apricot juice is my favorite) or lemon water; or baked in muffins or bread. 3. Coumestans Coumestans are the least studied of all phytoestrogens, but research has shown some cancer-preventing effects. Coumestans are found in legumes such as black beans, black-eyed peas, garbanzo beans, navy beans, pinto beans, lima beans, and kidney beans, as well as in alfalfa sprouts. They are also found in honey bush tea and green rooibos tea (both African teas)."
- Phuli Cohan, The Natural Hormone Makeover: 10 Steps to Rejuvenate Your Health and Rediscover Your Inner Glow (Get the book.)

"The half with lemon juice is oxidizing very slowly or not at all because of the antioxidants present in the lemon juice. Lemons have Vitamin C and citrus bioflavonoids. Although these antioxidants are nowhere nearly as strong as Natural Astaxanthin, they are strong enough to protect an apple from rotting before your eyes. Apple protected by antioxi- Unprotected apple dants Vitamin C and citrus after oxidation bioflavoids in lemon juice What's happening to the apple is what can happen inside our bodies if free radicals are allowed to take control."
- Bob Capelli, ASTAXANTHIN: Natural Astaxanthin, King of the Carotenoids (Get the book.)

"Flax meal is good in smoothies, cereals, oatmeal, salads, and soups; mixed with juice (apricot juice is my favorite) or lemon water; or baked in muffins or bread. 3. Coumestans Coumestans are the least studied of all phytoestrogens, but research has shown some cancer-preventing effects. Coumestans are found in legumes such as black beans, black-eyed peas, garbanzo beans, navy beans, pinto beans, lima beans, and kidney beans, as well as in alfalfa sprouts. They are also found in honey bush tea and green rooibos tea (both African teas)."
- Phuli Cohan, The Natural Hormone Makeover: 10 Steps to Rejuvenate Your Health and Rediscover Your Inner Glow (Get the book.)

"To Treat Heartburn Naturally: • Drink fresh juice of potatoes or cabbage (you'll need a vegetable juicer to make this juice), or eat a little raw grated potato. • Slowly eat a banana, chewing it well. • Drink some club soda. • Drink a glass of organic milk or eat a few ounces of plain yogurt. • Drink a teaspoon of baking soda mixed with 4 to 8 ounces of warm water. To Prevent Constipation: • Vegetables, fruit, and whole grains! A diet rich in these foods—especially the first two—will help a great deal with constipation."
- Hyla Cass, M.D., Supplement Your Prescription: What Your Doctor Doesn't Know About Nutrition (Get the book.)

"V* cup 4 Fruits and fruit juices: Fruit cocktail 120 Orange juice 100 Pineapple juice, 100 unsweetened Grapefruit juice, 100 unsweetened Grape juice, 100 commercial gm. Vfe cup, scant I gm. V2 cup, scant 2 gm. % cup, scant 23/: gm. Y2 cup, scant 21/; gm. % cup, scant 3% Now that we have coped with the arguments of those who believe they use no sugar or very little, let's take care of the woman who frankly confesses a sweet tooth. If her craving for sugar is really compulsive, she is more deserving of sympathy than you might suppose, because she may be a victim of an unrecognized allergy."
- Carlton Fredericks, Ph.D., Breast Cancer: A Nutritional Approach (Get the book.)

"Then you learn how to make the most of that orange and find ways to extract even more juice from it. Over time, the people in our study got better and better at extracting the "joy juice" from the time they devoted to their meditation practice. This finding is especially fascinating because past scientists had discovered that most changes in emotions don't last: whether you win the lottery or become paraplegic, odds are that at a shockingly fast pace your emotional life will soon be back where it was before your lucky (or unlucky) day. That is, people adapt."
- Barbara Fredrickson, Positivity: Top-Notch Research Reveals the 3 to 1 Ratio That Will Change Your Life (Get the book.)

"Octli was made of the juice of a few species of agave ("century plant" to us). When the agave plant had matured—not taking a century, to be sure, but perhaps ten to twelve years—under favorable conditions, and showed signs of shooting up a flowering stalk, the base of the stalk was undercut, the stalk removed, and the basin where the stalk had been was scooped out. Large quantities of juice resulted, and could be collected over a period of several months. This juice was allowed to ferment, and turn into octli."
- Sophie D. Coe and Michael D. Coe, The True History of Chocolate (Get the book.)

"Drink fresh juice of potatoes or cabbage (you'll need a vegetable juicer to make this juice), or eat a little raw grated potato. ?Slowly eat a banana, chewing it well. ?Drink some club soda. ?Drink a glass of organic milk or eat a few ounces of plain yogurt. ?Drink a teaspoon of baking soda mixed with 4 to 8 ounces of warm water. To Prevent Constipation: ?Vegetables, fruit, and whole grains! A diet rich in these foods—especially the first two—will help a great deal with constipation. ?Make sure you're getting 30 or more grams of fiber each day in your food and supplements. ?"
- Hyla Cass, Supplement Your Prescription: What Your Doctor Doesn't Know About Nutrition (Get the book.)

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