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Juicing Vegetables: Healthy or Hype?

by Sean Croxton

What an amazing week it was!

We finally got back to our roots, making some killer online video on YouTube.

We broadcasted TWO episodes of UW Radio with guests Drew Canole and JJ Virgin.

We gave away almost 2000 free copies of JJ’s new book The Virgin Diet.

Over 1800 Just Eat Real Foodies joined the new JERFing community of Facebook.

And I celebrated my 35th birthday with an easy Chocolate Coconut Cookie recipe. It doesn’t get much better than that.

So to close out this week of UW awesomeness, I’ll leave you with a video I shot with juicing expert Drew Canole.

In my 4 years of hosting UW Radio, I had never received so many email/Facebook questions for a single guest — there were actually too many to ask Drew on the air! So I asked him to stop by the studio for a Q&A session to answer some of the questions we didn’t get to on the show.

Drew’s appearance on UW Radio was the second most listened to show ever — second only to the episode with Paul Chek and Joel Salatin.

We covered topics like blending versus juicing, potential problems with plant toxins, how juicing improves digestion, and the best juicers YOU can use at home.

Drew even went Oprah on us, giving away a juicer to one of our callers!

Click the player below to listen to the ENTIRE SHOW.

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I’ll be sure to have Drew back on the show really soon. I plan on filming a set of vegetable juicing videos in the next couple weeks. You’re gonna dig ’em.

If you’re looking for some juicing recipes to make yourself, check out Drew’s Juice Up Your Life system.


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One thought on “Juicing Vegetables: Healthy or Hype?

  1. Cathy

    I’d say, enthusiastically, that eating some juiced vegetables are very good! As mentioned, the good things are much easy for your body to absorb this way. Also, you need some juices to keep you healthy – like pomegranate and dark berry juices, which can prevent very embarrassing diseases. Also, most veg juices are good fat burners. I drink some sort of vegetable juice at least once every day, not only to keep my bowel healthy, but also lowering the calorie input.

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