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Re: No raw food means no fresh juice?
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Published: 19 years ago
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Re: No raw food means no fresh juice?

Keep the juicer, juicers are terrific! just don't use it yet for raw juices yet, if you can hold off a bit. If you DO use it, use it to make soups instead of raw juices. Carrot soup with ginger or dill is truly wonderful! Just saute an onion in olive oil, add the carrot juice, salt to taste, heat to a nice warmth, add a dollop of creme fraiche to your bowl if you like (it's not sour like sour cream) and enjoy! :)

Wheatgrass is actually NOt healthy for you in its raw state. Best to get liquid chlorophyll and enjoy that instead of raw wheatgrass. Raw wheatgrass is full of phytotoxins designed to protect the grass from grazers and mold/fungus. These bring on heavy-duty cleansing reactions, which is why people get a little high on wheatgrass and think it's good for them, but over time it will exhaust the immune system. Dogs, who are omnivores like us, eat grasses in order to vomit. When I tried wheatgrass I vomited and researched further into it. Not good.

One shake should be fine. You may want to add more than one egg to it, but it should be fine as is for you. It should be fine during the PC.

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