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Winter Juicing eBook – Your Seasonal Health Guide

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There are so many health benefits to be gained from adding more nutritious juices to our diet during Winter and this eBook takes the guesswork away of what are the best foods to juice.

Includes a complete 3-Day Winter Detox program.

“Winter is the perfect time to drink more vegetable juices, broths and shots.”

Published: June 2022
Pages: 60
Author: Gary Dowse
Format: Adobe PDF

Included Files:

  • Winter Juicing eBook – printable desktop version
  • Winter Juicing eBook – mobile phone version
  • 3-Day Winter Detox – printable menu
  • 3-Day Winter Detox – printable shopping list
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Winter Juicing eBook – Your Seasonal Health Guide

Contents:

  • Winter – the water element
  • What to juice in Winter
  • My Top 13 Foods to Juice in Winter
  • Health Benefits of Winter Juicing
  • 3-Day Winter Detox program
    • feel lighter in 3-days
    • signs you need to cleanse
    • tips for cleansing
    • 3-day menu
    • 3-day shopping list
    • pre and post-cleanse
    • juice cleansing FAQ’s
  • Recipes for Winter
    • 9 Winter Juice Recipes
    • 3 Winter Juice Broths
    • 4 Winter Juice Shots

Here’s a snippet…

Winter is the season of hibernation. It is a time when our energy turns inwards, and we look to create stillness and calm within. We have less sunlight, more rain and snow covering much of the earth, which means we have an abundance of water during this time.

Vegetable juices come into their own during the winter season, especially root vegetables like radish, parsnips, swede, turnips, beetroots, and carrots. These winter vegetables are full of bio-available minerals that help build and strengthen the body during the hibernation period of winter.

Citrus fruits are ready made for Winter. Lemon, lime, grapefruits, mandarin, tangelo and of course oranges. These are particularly good for breakfast or lunch juices and are often used in juice shots to help strengthen the immune system.

During winter, we also have a lot of apple varieties and pears available, which is great because they can be added to your favourite citrus or veggie combinations to add sweetness and to increase the amount of juice in a recipe.

For digestion support (from all the ‘comfort food’) during winter, juice cabbage, pumpkin, sweet potato, and carrots. And, you can add celery or apples to increase the water component when creating a digestion juice recipe.

Happy Winter Juicing,
Gary Dowse
Master Juice Chef

 


About Gary

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 Master Juice Chef for Kuvings Australia and promoting my 1st Juice Chef Recipe Book.

 


All rights reserved. No part of this eBook may be reproduced in any form or by any electronic or mechanical means including information storage and retrieval systems without permission in writing from the publisher.

Disclaimer: Everything in this booklet is simply our opinion, and if you do anything we recommend without the supervision of a licensed medical doctor, you do so at your own risk. The publisher and the authors present this information for educational purposes only. We are not trying to prescribe any medicinal treatment.

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