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A creative collection of juicing recipes from award-winning broadcast journalist and
bestselling author Gary Null.
The Joy of Juicing is an all-new collection of fifty scrumptious and healthy recipes that
utilize juicers for an imaginative array of dishes-from drinks, sauces, dips, and salads to
soups, entrees, and desserts.
Juicers are now more popular and affordable than ever, and this new edition will help Null's
millions of fans incorporate power foods into every meal. His versatile recipes frequently
incorporate juice pulp (often discarded in recipes in other books), which is high in vitamins,
minerals, and antioxidants and can be used in many different types of recipes beyond drinks.
This book is rounded out by Gary Null's Seven-Day Menu Plan for a healthier lifestyle, and by
his Natural Living Weight Loss Program.
In the seven years since the first edition of The Joy of Juicing was published, America's
consciousness about the importance of altering the diet to maintain health has been
substantially expanded. People have become increasingly aware of the importance of live
(organic, unprocessed, whole) foods, and many Americans have become vegetarians. They now
understand that these foods, with their available enzymes, antioxidants, and phytochemicals,
can be the key to slowing down, and in many cases reversing, premature aging and a host of
diseases such as heart disease, cancer, and arthritis. What's more, many people now go beyond
taking a simple one-a-day vitamin; they're now taking additional supplements with an eye to
specific concerns, such as vitamin E for the heart or vitamin C for immune function.
During these same seven years, I have conducted more than fifty health support groups reaching
nearly 10,000 individuals. After an initial blood chemistry workup and medical evaluation,
these people adopted lifestyle and dietary changes for a period of a year to a year and a half.
At the end of that period, they were evaluated again, with dramatically improved results.
(These success stories have been published in peer-reviewed journals, presented on PBS, and
summarized in some of my books, such as Gary Null's Ultimate Anti-Aging Program and my Ultimate
These documented transformations provide a new model for wellness. In the past, if you had
questions about what to eat, which vitamins to take, or how to exercise or handle stress, you
went to your physician. Regrettably, physicians worked with a disease model, and thus were
completely unprepared to provide information specific to optimizing health. Instead, patients
walked away with a prescription for a drug or were told to go on doing everything they'd been
doing, but in moderation. This allowed people to continue with the same habits that made them
sick in the first place--consuming animal products and overprocessed foods, containing harmful
additives, such as excitotoxins; putting up with environmental pollution; and maintaining
overly stressful lifestyles. It's no surprise then that this do-nothing approach actually did
nothing to lessen the incidence of chronic disease. There are no 'magic bullet' cures, and fad
diets don't work for long either.
But we're in a new millennium now, and I have reason to be optimistic that America's attitude
toward health is changing. The results from my health support groups are certainly encouraging.
For the first time, a large number of people following a very specific protocol proved that
individuals could slow down, and in some cases reverse disease by using a wellness model. In
other words, these health support groups did not diagnose, treat, or address specific illness.
Instead, we asked them to focus on what was needed to enhance their well-being. By changing
their eating habits, increasing exercise, and managing stress better, the participants were
able to affect tremendous improvement in their health and also set the stage for a whole new
consciousness. I have been presenting this information across the country for the past three
years. I've been gratified to help millions of other Americans expand their consciousness as
Here, in a nutshell, is my message: The cornerstone of the dietary approach to change is
cleansing and detoxifying. The next step is healthier cells--actually repairing damaged DNA.
While people are hoping for a miracle to repair disease, my research shows that you can repair
cellular damage simply by using nature--if you access natural substances in the right
quantities. Juicing and a live food diet are the heart of the program. Live food (note that
this does not necessarily mean raw food) includes grains, legumes, vegetables, fruits, nuts,
and seeds. And juicing is absolutely essential. Even if you improve your diet radically and
take all the right supplements, while you'll be getting some measure of preventive benefit, you
still won't be doing enough to reverse existing damage. Add juicing to the mix, though, and you
can actually begin to repair damage. Juicing is the key to reversing the progress of
The juicing component of my program is introduced gradually. Participants begin with one
12-ounce glass of fresh, organic juice a day, and stay at this level for the first month of the
program. The second month they consume two glasses a day, and the amount is increased
incrementally until at six months they consume six glasses a day. After one year, or a year and
a half, the results, across the board, were impressive. All the individuals who sought weight
loss achieved this goal--and this was without dieting in the traditional sense, and without
counting calories. Some people lost over 150 pounds, and one individual lost 350. Secondly,
long-term chronic illnesses, such as diabetes and arthritis, were dramatically improved or even
eradicated. The same was true for people with fibromyalgia, fibrocystic breast disease,
migraine headaches, constipation, and fatigue. These conditions often simply disappeared. And
people's energy levels increased markedly, a welcome change for everyone.
Even more remarkable are the women who regained their youthful hormone levels and saw dramatic
reversals of thinning or graying hair, skin wrinkling, muscular deterioration, and
osteoporosis. In fact, many women stated that they had regained their premenopausal youth.
Likewise, many men experienced hormonal turnarounds and found that they were no longer impotent
or depressed. All of these people were under their own physicians' supervision, so we were able
to have a quantified before-and-after analysis of readings including hormone and cholesterol
levels, low-density lipoproteins, and triglycerides. We also evaluated blood pressure and
measured body fat percentages. All of this record-keeping proved that the benefits of the
program were not psychological, or merely anecdotal or placebo-effect improvements. These were
real, hard, objective results.
How exactly does juicing help produce these changes? The green juices cleanse and detoxify the
body, while the reds facilitate the repair of DNA. In cases where participants are diabetic, we
replace the red juices with concentrated fruit and vegetables powders that are sugar-free. The
ultimate healing ingredients are the chlorophyll, the myriad phytochemicals, the antioxidants,
and the trace elements that are part of all the fresh organic juices.
The bottom line is that we now have the power to prevent most of the illnesses that were once
thought to be inevitable as we age. This book is a tool to help you do just that. The recipes
included in this book were created with variety, taste, and potency of therapeutic benefit in
mind. But you should also understand that the recipes are intended as a starting point only.
Feel free to experiment to meet your own needs and your own perception of what your body can
accept. You can be as creative as you choose--and as healthy and happy as you want!
The Basics of Juicing
You need just two basic tools for juice and shake preparation--a quality centrifugal juicer and
a workhorse blender. With an average investment of about $350, you will be set for all your
juicing joys. There are a number of good juicers on the market, but make sure to pick one that
has a stable motor and low heat generation. If the juicer overheats, it can kill vital enzymes
and decrease the digestive value of the preparations. The stability of the mechanism is more
important than the number of r.p.m.s (revolutions per minute) the juicer boasts. The more
efficiently pulp can be shredded and ejected from the unit, the less possibility there is of
clogging and overheating. Also, choose a juicer that you can confidently clean with ease on a
daily basis. If the thought of cleaning each time prevents you from using it, you'll never juice!
A workhorse blender can be any name brand that has a good warrantee policy because, if you take
my advice, which I hope you will, you'll use this unit often enough to take advantage of it.
Always have a back-up blender or at least a back-up pitcher in case of breakage. Despite the
fact that they can break if dropped, I still prefer the glass blender pitchers because they are
stronger and easier to clean than the plastic models.
I recommend you try to purchase produce in four-day intervals to allow adequate time for
ripening. Always choose organic fruits and vegetables. Because I believe in using the whole
food, most of the recipes in this book allow for the peel and skin to remain on the fruits and
vegetables when pushing them through the juicer, unless noted otherwise. Much of the
nutritional value from most fruits and vegetables exists in the outer layer. A few exceptions
are pineapples, watermelon, cantaloupe, papayas, bananas, and mangoes. In most cases, unless
specified otherwise, even the seeds should be juiced.
Fruits and vegetables can all be pushed through in one session. Run the drier fruits and
vegetables through first and the juicier ones last. This process will allow the juice to flush
away pulp that may have accumulated on the centrifugal screen.
If you have a high-quality juicer that ejects the pulp efficiently, you can even juice
wheatgrass. You can purchase trays or blocks of wheatgrass, which can be harvested by cutting
the blades down to the root. Take the harvested blades and squeeze them into a ball with your
hands. When the grass is concentrated in this way, the juicer can easily grab on to the
material and process the wheatgrass into juice. You will actually get a more nutritious juice
by this method in comparison to a wheatgrass press because with the centrifugal method more of
the cellulose and chlorophyll are removed, leaving you with a concentrated liquid. This liquid
can then be watered down to taste. Remember, in order to juice wheatgrass with the centrifugal
method, you must have a very stable high-pulp ejection unit. These units currently average $350.
Gary Null's Natural-Living Weight-Loss Tips
1. Stop being a couch potato. Start being more active. Exert more energy--use the stairs
more, walk farther and for longer periods of time, and participate in more sports. Gradually
establish a regular exercise routine involving running, cycling, or another aerobic activty.
2. Stop procrastinating. Start getting things done. Finishing things that you have been
putting off will make you feel better about yourself and help keep your mind off food. Take up
a cause, hobby, project, or even a new romance that renews your interest in life and makes you
want to get up in the morning.
3. Stop being passive. Start taking charge of your life. Using food for comfort and reward
is inappropriate, and soothing your sorrows and frustrations with fattening foods may actually
deepen your depression. Instead of overeating, analyze what is bothering you, and take steps to
eliminate the problem.
4. Stop punishing yourself with food. Start accepting yourself for what you are. Food is
generally thought of as being pleasurable, but you might subconsciously be using food to punish
yourself. Secretly, you may believe that you don't deserve to be pretty, popular, happy, or
healthy. Stop being so hard on yourself, and start loving who you really are.
5. Stop setting idealistic long-term goals that are difficult to achieve. Start setting
realistic short-term goals that you can reach. Whether the long-term goal is losing 10 pounds
in one month or losing 100 pounds in one year, you are sure to run into temporary plateaus and
disappointments--disappointments that could discourage you from continuing your efforts. It is
better to set goals day by day or week by week. Then, if you make a mistake, you can forget it
and move on to the next goal.
6. Stop isolating yourself. Start seeing people. Seeing people will help get your mind off
food and end the depressing isolation you may impose on yourself when you feel fat and
unattractive. Don't think you have to go it alone. If necessary, get help from a counselor or
7. Stop thinking of yourself as dieting, starving, or deprived. Start realizing that you are
permanently changing your life for the better. Generally, diets do not work. Most people regain
lost weight in a dangerous diet yo-yo syndrome. Accept the fact that the healthy dietary
changes you are making are permanent.
8. Stop putting food at the center of your life. Start expanding your life in new areas.
Minimize the role of food in your social life. Join friends for sports or a movie rather than
lunch. Find pleasurable activities other than meals to share with your family.
9. Stop thinking that you have to eat when and what the people around you are eating. Start
eating only when you should eat and only what is good for you. If the three square meals a day
your family eats are causing you unnecessary weight gain, don't eat them, even if it means not
eating with or cooking for your family. You may need six small snacks a day to avoid the hunger
pangs that sometimes plague meal-stretched stomachs.
10. Stop eating fats, animal products, and 'empty calories' (sugar, refined carbohydrates,
alcohol, etc.). Start eating more vegetables, fruits, and whole grains. Losing weight has less
to do with counting calories than with eating right. Vegetables, fruits, and whole grains not
only help you lose weight, but also make you healthier because of their high vitamin, mineral,
and fiber contents.
óReprinted from The Joy of Juicing by Gary Null, Ph.D. by permission of Avery books, a
member of Penguin Putnam Inc. Copyright © 2001, Gary Null, Ph.D. All rights reserved. This
excerpt, or any parts thereof, may not be reproduced in any form without permission.
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