Known to millions as "The Juiceman", Jay Kordich has at last written a book detailing his revolutionary program for staying healthy, looking young, getting slim, and feeling great--all by taking advantage of the natural healing power of fresh fruit and vegetable juices. Features nearly 100 delicious recipes.Known to millions as "The Juiceman", Jay Kordich has at last written a book detailing his revolutionary program for staying healthy, looking young, getting slim, and feeling great--all by taking advantage of the natural healing power of fresh fruit and vegetable juices. Features nearly 100 delicious recipes.Read Less
Publishers Weekly, 1992-05-18 Written by juicing pioneer and juice machine marketer ``The Juiceman'' Kordich, this primer will attract readers hip to a new health craze. Juice is the health food of the moment, a tonic, some believe, for various maladies. And while the author is cautious about depicting his juices as panaceas (he heralds juicing simply as ``a magnificent way to feed the body with valuable vitamins and minerals''), he clearly believes people should use juicing for what ails them. Recipes like ``the blemish blaster'' are fully designed with sickness in mind. Yet not all the juices are medicinal. Included are some interesting fruit combinations: morning blush (pineapple and pink grapefruit) and ginger jolt (apples, pears, gingerroot). The two ``milkshake'' recipes--``creamsicle in a glass'' and strawberry shake--are inventive, calling for fresh-squeezed fruit juices and a too-tiny-to-be-toxic smidgen of nonfat dry milk. Recipes, however, are really a small portion of the volume. Kordich delves into the nutritional values of assorted fruits and vegetables, and gives information about purchasing and storing perishable produce. He also includes a question-and-answer section about juicing, containing his very practical solutions to some of juicing's challenges. Author tour; BOMC alternate. (May)
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