When is the perfect time to start adding more fresh juice to your daily diet?
Summertime is, of course, the hot season. It is a time when your energy naturally expands, and moves up and out with liveliness and brightness. It is also a time for hot temperatures which also means our body gets naturally hotter.
To counteract the excess heat during summer you need to drink more fresh fruits, leafy greens, and vegetables.
The summer juicing ebook gives you the BEST juice recipes for summer, the best foods to juice during summer and lots more helpful info about juicing.
Summer Juicing eBook Contents:
- The Summer Season
- Top 13 Foods to Juice in Summer
- Health Benefits of Juicing
- 3-day summer juice cleanse program
- 3-day after cleanse healthy eating program
- 9 plant-based food recipes
- 26 Cold Press Juice Recipes for Summer
Here’s a snippet from the eBook…
What foods to Juice in SUMMER?
Juice anything is the obvious answer as summer is a great time to be drinking more cold pressed juice, however if you what to align with the energy of the season then Bitter and Sweet are the flavours of summer.
Because they help the body deal with the effect of the hot summer sun.
Bitter has a cooling and descending energy that can reduce excess heat (think about lettuce, kale, asparagus, and bitter melon). Bitter flavours can ease inflammation, reduce swelling, and also encourage weight loss.
The bitter flavour also removes plaque from arteries (especially grapefruit) which helps lower blood pressure and reduce high cholesterol.
If you are not of big fan of bitter flavour, then make sure you add some extra sweetness as you will still get all the benefits without the taste.
The second important flavour of summer is Sweet.
Sweet provides the much-needed glucose energy to our cells and, simultaneously, has a slowing and relaxing effect, think about squash, pumpkin, capsicum, beetroot and of course all the amazing fruits on offer during summer.
Happy Summer Juicing,
Master Juice Chef
Way back in 1997 I received my first black belt in Kung Fu. I was taught to fight, and I knew how to hurt people. One of my mentors said, “Gary you did good but if you want to be great you have to learn to heal people.” Hearing this changed my life and I have been passionate about health and healing ever since.
I studied Chinese Medicine with Professor Wong, trained for several years in Qigong with Master Liu, and became an Energy Medicine practitioner with the Four Winds Society under Dr. Alberto Villoldo and worked with clients for several years.
In 2013 both Julianne and I did a 3-day base camp up on the Gold Coast, with Cowboy Don Tolman – The Wholefood Medicine Man.
Learning the ancient wisdom of self-care, fasting, eating a wholefood plant-based diet, and following the 7 principles of health, as taught by Cowboy Don, set us both on a new path of juicing and teaching people about the preventative, restorative, healing powers of whole foods.
I very quickly wanted to learn more, so I furthered my studies getting certificates in Plant-based Nutrition with Coin T Campbell, Juice Therapy with The Juice Master Jason Vale, and earned a plant-based professional cooking certificate at Rouxbe International cooking school.
I now enjoy my day-to-day role as Juice Chef for Kuvings Australia and promoting my Juice Chef Recipe Book.
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Disclaimer: information contained in this eBook is for educational purposes only sourced from various books, courses and websites. If you do anything recommended in this email without the supervision of a licensed medical practitioner, you do so at your own risk. Gary Dowse does not dispense medical advice or prescribe the use of any food, drink, or technique as a form of treatment for physical, emotional, or medical health issues. Gary is qualified to offer whole food plant-based nutritional education. Please consult with your licensed medical practitioner before making any changes to your current diet and lifestyle.