by Mike Adams
It's rare for something to come along that impresses me so much as a healing modality that it instantly changes my own life habits. But I've recently been introduced to a plant-based medicinal modality that's so incredibly effective at preventing and reversing disease that I believe it is "the" cure for cancer society has been looking for. And in this article, I'm going to share with you what I know about this system.
by Penni Shelton on We Like It Raw
This week is Women's Week on WLIR. We're featuring essays, podcasts and profiles on the topic of women's health and women in the world of raw food. Today's essays comes to us from health enthusiast and educator, Penni Shelton. Penni is the author of Real Juice Daily and has been featured on this site, Carl Atl's Raw 50, and multiple articles in Oklahoma's Tulsa World, a daily newspaper.
In 2005 Penni started her raw journey to overcome a life long struggle with Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Currently Penni is at the half way point of her 90 day juice feast and has joined us today on WLIR to talk about how her life has changed on this beautiful journey.
by Sarah Best at the Fresh Network
Have you been bitten by the juice feasting bug yet? If not, it could be only a matter of time. It's been widely known about in raw food circles for at least a year, ever since Angela Stokes's widely-publicized feast, but suddenly it seems everyone is at it! The signs are everywhere. Do a google search and you will find numerous blogs and personal accounts of people currently juice feasting (or who have previously done so).
My breakfast was spinach, celery and apple juice with a touch of ginger. As a matter of fact, it has been all I have consumed for the past 41 days. Some meals I drink collard greens, cucumber and carrot juice, pineapple juice or coconut water. The point is, I have not had any solid foods in the last month and a half.
I love juice feasting! It is transforming my life from the inside out. I would like to see every person on the planet Juice Feasting, healing their bodies and wounded spirits, stabilizing their weight and experiencing the abundant energy and vitality that juice feasting brings. Yet, I have been hesitant to encourage people to juice feast. My reasons are two-fold. I want to “protect” the concept of juice feasting, and I want to protect the individual. Juice feasting is not a diet. It’s an aspect of a philosophy about health and nutrition. In order for you to get value out of juice feasting, you need to understand, and embrace the following truths....
by TruthPublishing and NewsTarget.com
The Health Ranger has joined forces with David Rain, creator of www.JuiceFeasting.com to create a six-CD audio course introducing the system of "Juice Feasting" to listeners. Juice Feasting is a powerful nutritional protocol for disease prevention and reversal that involves making and drinking large quantities of delicious, raw produce juices using nothing more than a blender and a nut milk bag. It's a system that delivers thousands of healing phytonutrients (plant medicines) to the body's cells on a daily basis. New scientific research shows that these phytonutrients destroy cancer cells, stabilize blood sugar and reverse type-2 diabetes, eliminate symptoms of heart disease, rapidly drop excess body weight and support the body's crucial organs: liver, pancreas, heart brain, kidneys, bladder and more.
They say that fiber is a big key to a healthy diet, and it’s true, fiber is very important. However, sometimes it’s the lack of fiber that helps cleanse and flush out the toxins and access fat. And I’m not talking about a fast food diet of white bread and coke. Rather it is a unique nutritional approach that is similar to a fast accept that you are giving your body all the same calories and nutrition it needs, just minus the fiber.