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Health documentarian Joe Cross talks about his experience with juicing as a method of cleansing your body. Subscribe to Cityline on YouTube - https://goo.gl/AI9BNO Follow Cityline online - https://goo.gl/LLCiuP Follow Cityline on Facebook - https://goo.gl/ZZ1me0 Follow Cityline on Twitter - https://goo.gl/VwUPWJ Follow Cityline on Instagram - https://goo.gl/OGrkP3 Follow Cityline on Pinterest - https://goo.gl/oCnqiP
Joe Cross, director, star, and producer of the documentary Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead, tells Sonima founder Sonia Jones about his first juice cleanse. He describes the physical and psychological changes the body undergoes when we fast. He also explains how the body processes and uses the nutrients we consume. Find out more on Sonima.com,
Juicing Science - Juicer vs Blender
Jay explains why making watermelon juice is much more nutritious than just eating the watermelon. Plus, it's one of the most refreshing drinks of all time. Jay Kordich the father of juicing wants you to be healthy. His mission is to teach, inspire and motivate each of us to consume fresh juices and raise awareness of the link between diet and health. Juicing is an easy way to introduce the proven health benefits of fresh fruits and vegetables into anyone's diet. For more info: http://www.jaykordich.com
Will and Norm get juiced this week while testing two recommended juicers that use different juice extraction techniques. One is a centrifugal juicer that uses a fast-spinning grinding blade, and the other is a masticating juicer that crushes fruit and vegetables into submission. But which yields the most juice?
Juicing is a great way to get fruits and veggies into your diet! I typically will juice twice a week, and place them into mason jar. This way I can take one with me to work everyday.