Thanks for your response. Yes, parsley juice by itself is strong. But
sometimes I toss a few sprigs of parsley in the blender with a glass of
water and drink it that way. I prefer doing things like this instead
of drinking just water. Sometimes it's purslane, sometimes it's
parsley, sometimes it's ginger sometimes it's oregano, but it's usually
something. I have all of these growing here except the ginger. And a
blender is much easier to use than a juicer.
The first juicer I got, in 1974, was the Champion, which cost $225 at
that time. More recently I got a Juiceman Junior at Costco for $65.
It is easier to use and clean so this is the one I use now.
It is best if you can find "organic sweet juice carrots" and get 25#
bags at a time. When I lived in Los Angeles, the ones I got came from
Colorado. They were, at that time, only about $6.50 a bag. I went to
an organice warehouse and got them and also a boxfull of celery. I
also lived close to Hansen's juices that sold the potassium drink at
that time in 1/2 gallon sizes. I would get four of them and freeze the
ones I wasn't drinking that day, plus making my own.
When I first went on juices I was eating/drinking NOTHING but the
vegetable juices the first 3 or 4 months and the benefits were totally
amazing! Like I said, running and running and not getting tired,
feeling like I hadn't even been running and ready to go run some more!
Before that time I ate meat every day. After being on the juices I
could not eat meat again. If I ate some, the affects would be
immediately apparent and would last for days. I would feel the
heaviness in my legs and the slugginess in my digestion. It would take
a week or so to get it out and back to normal again.
So I think you would not be able to eat meat and eggs and juice
effectively at the same time, as the would be counter productive. Like
pouring dirt in your car's engine and changing the oil once a week. IT
just wouldn't do it. Better to keep clean in the first place! Then
whatever else you do is all benefits.