Directions For Juicing

01 | Introduction

There are a few rules and guidelines you should know about making juice:

  • Wash, scrub, scrape or peel fruits and vegetables prior to juicing them in the same manner that you would prior to eating them.
  • Only juice those portions of the fruit or vegetable that you would eat.
  • Prepare fruits and vegetables for juicing immediately prior to juicing them.
  • Use as many different kinds of fruits and vegetables as possible to insure a wide variety of nutrients are consumed.
  • Do not mix fruit juices with vegetable juices as they are digested differently. The only exception to this is:
    Apples will mix with vegetable juices
    Celery & lettuce may be juiced with fruit juice
    Do not mix tomato juice with carrot or potato juice
  • The majority of your vegetable juice should be either carrot or tomato.
  • Do not heat the juice.
  • Ideally, you should consume juice as soon as possible, the maximum time being up to two hours after you’ve made the juice.
  • If you must prepare juice ahead of time (to take to work the next day or for a trip), you may freeze the juice in a plastic container that can be sealed.
  • Drink slowly – constantly sipping on the juice is the key to your being successful on this program
  • Drink a maximum or eight to ten ounces or juice in any one setting or over a period of one hour.
  • A glass of juice should be consumed AS a meal or as a SNACK between meals. Never drink a glass of juice with a meal.

WHAT NOT TO JUICE

  • Leaves: head or iceberg lettuce (except leaf lettuces), mature tough spinach
    (young and tender spinach are okay), greens that are pungent or bitter tasting
  • Stalks and stems: asparagus, rhubarb
  • Roots: garlic, ginger, onion, hot radishes, horseradish
  • Seasonings: salt, spices, pepper
  • Herbs: all
  • Sweeteners: artificial, table sugar, fructose, honey, molasses
  • Irradiated foods: they are supposed to be labeled if irradiated
  • Other: peanuts, hot peppers

 

02 | Types Of Juices To Consume

FRUITS

Apple
Apricot
Banana
Cherry
Fig
Grape
Grapefruit
Lemon
Lime
Mango
Nectarine
Orange
Papaya
Peach
Pear
Pineapple
Plum
Strawberry
Tangerine

VEGETABLES

Avocado
Alfalfa Sprouts
Bamboo Sprouts
Beets
Broccoli
Brussels Sprouts
Cabbage (red & green)
Carrots
Cauliflower
Celery
Cucumber
Eggplant
Endive
Green Beans
Kale
Leaf Lettuce
Leeks
Okra
Peas
Radish (sweet)
Raw Corn
Scallions
Spinach (young & tender)
Sweet Pepper (red & green)
Sweet Potato
Tomato
Watercress
Yellow Squash
Zucchini Squash

 

MELONS

Cantaloupe
Honeydew
Muskmelon
Watermelon

PERMISSABLE SOLIDS

  • You may eat all the melons you desire because melons digest and absorb as easily as juiced vegetables.

To help satisfy the body’s natural desire to chew, you may consume the following once a day:

  • A piece of fruit
  • Melons
  • Raw and unsalted nuts or seeds: 1-2 ounces in weight – they must be chewed VERY thoroughly, don’t swallow until they are liquid in your mouth. They must also be consumed with the juice of a citrus fruit.

OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION

If you are not maintaining regular bowel movements, add one heaping tablespoon of psyllium seed powder in a glass of water or juice first thing in the morning and again at bedtime. Make sure to drink this immediately as it will begin to gel if left too long in the glass.

03 | Juice Recipes

Fruit Juices

Juice these fruits alone or in any other combination

Apple

Pineapple

Cantaloupe

Orange

Grapefruit

Watermelon

Grape

Papaya

Honeydew Melon

Fruit Juice Combos

Citrus Swizzle

1 Orange
1-inch slice of pineapple

Succulent Spray

2 apples
½ grapefruit

Citrus Delight

½ grapefruit
inch slice of pineapple

 

Sunrise Serenade

2 apples
6-8 strawberries
1/8 lemon with peel

Dazzling Daiquiri

1 apple
5-6 strawberries
1-inch slice of pineapple

Sparkling Sunrise

1 medium bunch of grapes
1/8 lemon with peel
½ papaya

 

Joy Juice

1 apple
1 medium bunch of grapes

Lemon Blaster

1 orange
1-inch slice of pineapple
½ lemon with peel

Cranapple Delight

1 medium bunch of grapes
2 apples
1 cup of cranberries

 

Moonlight Madness

3-inch slice of pineapple
1 medium bunch of grapes
1/8 lime with peel

Grape Cooler

1 medium bunch of grapes
1-inch slice of pineapple
5-6 strawberries

Citrus Explosion

½ grapefruit
1 orange
¼ lemon with peel

 

Melon Mania

1-inch slice of cantaloupe
1-inch slice of watermelon
1-inch slice of honeydew melon

Luscious Elixir

1 orange
¼ grapefruit
6-8 strawberries

Delectable Delight

1 apple
2 pears
¼ lemon with peel

 

Grapple Twist

1 medium bunch of grapes
3 apples
¼ lemon

Peach Bowl

1 peach
¼ grapefruit
½ papaya

Island Blend

1-inch slice of pineapple
½ cup of raspberries
1 orange

 

Treetop Tantalizer

1 peach
1 pear
1 apple

Florida vs. Georgia Juice

2 oranges
1 peach

A Bizarre Bunch

1 medium bunch of grapes
1 cup of cranberries
1-inch slice of pineapple

 

Strawberry Swizzle

1 large bunch of grapes
6-8 strawberries

Koala Punch

1 orange
3 kiwis
1 medium bunch of grapes

Melon Tang

¼ honeydew melon
¼ lime

 

Tangy Spray

1 medium bunch of grapes
3 tangerines
1-inch slice of pineapple

Fruit & Veggie Combo

1 orange
1 apple
¼ lemon
2 lettuce leaves

Zesty Quencher

3-4 apples
¼ lemon

 

Basically Succulent

1 orange
2 apples

Apple Treat

3 apples
6-8 strawberries

Cool Cocktail

1 cup of cranberries
3 apples

 

Succulent Snap

1 apple
¼ grapefruit
1-inch slice of pineapple
1/8 lemon

Snappy Blend

2 medium bunches of grapes
2 handfuls of cherries

Pear-Apple Blend

1 pear
2-3 apples

 

Apple Delight

2 apples
½ pomegranate

   

 

Fruit Shakes

For all fruit shakes, combine all ingredients in the blender until smooth. To freeze bananas, peel and put in a container overnight.

 All That Jazz (serves 2)

2 apples
2-3 dates (seeds removed)
2 apples (peel and cut into small pieces)
1 frozen banana
½ cup blueberries (frozen or fresh)

Instant Energizer (serves 2)

2-3 frozen bananas
1-2 oranges juiced
4-6 strawberries

Sun-Swept Daiquiri (serves 2)

1-2 oranges juiced or 2-inch slice of pineapple
5-6 strawberries
3-4 dates (seeds removed)
1 papaya (peel and remove seeds)
1 frozen banana

 

Orchard Malt (serves 2)

2 oranges or 2 apples juiced
1-2 frozen bananas
2 peaches (peeled and cut into small pieces)

California Creamer (serves 2)

1-2 oranges juiced
2-3 strawberries
2 frozen bananas
3-4 dates (seeds removed)

Sumptuous Shake (serves 2)

2 apples juices or 2 oranges juiced
1 frozen banana
½ papaya (peel and remove seeds)
5-6 strawberries
1 apple (peel and cut into small pieces)

 

Berry Bomber (serves 2)

2 frozen bananas
1 cup watermelon juice
1 cup raspberries

   

Zesty Vegetable Juices

These vegetables may be juiced alone for a delicious fresh juice:

  • Carrot
  • Tomato

Vegetable Juice Combos

Mad Mixer

5-6 carrots
1 apple
1 handful of parsley

Carrot Snap

6-7 carrots
1 handful of parsley

Lime Love

1 tomato
1 stalk of celery
½ cucumber
1 thin slice of lime

 

Pineapple punch

2 stalks of celery
2-inch thick slice of pineapple

Breakfast Buzz

2 tomatoes
1 stalk of celery

Prime Choice

4 apples
½ beet with greens

 

Garden Cooler

6 carrots
3 broccoli florets with stems

Exquisite Extravaganza

4 carrots
2 kale leaves
½ cucumber
¼ green pepper

Veggie Combo

4-5 carrots
1 beet with greens
1 handful of spinach

 

Appetizing Cocktail

4-5 carrots
3 cauliflower florets with stems
½ leaf of bok choy

Tantalizing Trio

4-5 carrots
¼ red pepper
1 small handful of parsley

Master Blend

5-6 carrots
1 apple
¼ beet with greens

 

Bunny Blend

5 carrots
2 stalks of celery
1 handful of parsley

Golden Yam

5-6 carrots
¼ sweet potato

Invigorating Pop

6 carrots
1 handful of spinach

 

Breeze Blend

2 stalks of celery
3-4 apples

Robust Round

6 carrots
½ beet with greens

Grand Gourmet

4 carrots
1 apple
½ cucumber

 

Secret Tonic

5-6 carrots
1 handful of green cabbage
1 apple

Daily Delight

4 carrots
1 apple
1 stalk of celery

Bizarre Blend

4 carrots
2 cauliflower florets with stems
1 apple
1 handful of parsley

 

Celery Cleanser

2 stalks of celery
2 oranges

Gourmet Quencher

4-5 carrots
1 handful of green cabbage
7-8 lettuce leaves

Jivin’ Jolt

4 carrots
1 apple
¼ potato
1 handful of parsley

 

Spinach Secret

4 carrots
1 handful of spinach
1 handful of cabbage

Herculean Hopper

4-5 carrots
2 stalks of celery
1 handful of parsley
1 handful of spinach

Sunset Pleasure

4 carrots
3-4 cauliflower florets with stems
1 handful of parsley

 

Island of Pleasure

6 carrots
3-4 lettuce leaves
1 handful of alfalfa sprouts

Veggie Treat

4 carrots
2 apples

Carrot Champion

5-6 carrots
½ green pepper

 

Thirst Quencher

6 carrots
½ beet with greens
1 handful of parsley

Gourmet Blend

2 carrots
¼ cup of red or green cabbage
4 stalks of celery

Invigorating Zest

4 carrots
½ apple
3-4 broccoli florets with stems

 

Carrot Special

4 carrots
½ cucumber

Power Recipe

5-6 carrots
½ apple
1 handful of parsley
4 kale leaves

 
 

PLEASE REMEMBER IF YOU NEED TO JUICE AHEAD OF TIME, YOU CAN MAKE ENOUGH JUICES TO LAST YOU A WEEK! JUST MAKE SURE THEY ARE IN SEALED CONTAINERS AND PUT IMMEDIATELY INTO THE FREEZER. THEN, TAKE OUT HOWEVER MANY YOU NEED FOR THE DAY AND TAKE WITH YOU (IF YOU ARE GOING TO WORK) OR PUT THEM INTO THE FRIDGE. TO GET THE MAXIMUM RESULTS, SIP THEM SLOWLY THROUGHOUT THE DAY AS THE THAW.

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