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Best Juicing Books of 2014

By April 7, 2014Fun
the juice generation book

There are some juicing books which are practically biblical for anyone interested in the juicing lifestyle or who wants to learn more about the health benefits of juice fasting, like The Big Book of Juices by Natalie Savona, The Everything Juicing Book by Carole Jacobs and Chef Patrice Johnson, and  The Juicing Bible by Pat Crocker.  However, there are new juicing books coming out all of the time.  Here are some of the best new juicing books of 2014.

 

Superfood Juices: 100 Delicious, Energizing & Nutrient-Dense Recipes by Julie Morris

Hardcover

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Julie Morris is a chef and natural foods expert.  She hosts a popular cooking show “Superfoods With Jules” and already has one popular superfood recipe book under her belt.  With this new release, Julie goes into great detail about juicing.  I particularly like how she devotes several chapters to the different types of cleanses you can do, like a “reboot” cleanse, “sliming” cleanse, and “stamina” cleanse.   There are some nice bonuses too, like a superfoods substitution cheat sheet, conversion charts, and resource guides.

 

The Reboot with Joe Juice Diet: Lose Weight, Get Healthy and Feel Amazing by Joe Cross

Paperback and Kindle

reboot with joe juice diet book

Joe Cross is best known for his documentary Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead, but he’s also got several recipe books under his belt too.  In this latest release, Joe gives even more info on juicing for health and shares a lot of recipes – including juice, breakfast, salad, soup, and transition recipes.  I also like that he’s got numerous different plans depending on your lifestyle which range from a 3-Day Quick Start Reboot to a 30-Day Classic Reboot.

 

The Juice Cleanse Reset Diet: 7 Days to Transform Your Body for Increased Energy, Glowing Skin, and  Slimmer Waistline by Lori Kenyon Farley and Marra St. Clair

Paperback and Kindle

the juice cleanse reset diet book

Lori and Marra do a great job of explaining the many reasons why you might need to “reset” your body with a juice cleanse.  The first 160+ pages of the book are all about the benefits of juicing and then they get into the recipes.  Along with dozens of juice recipes, there are also some recipes for cleansing meals like lettuce tacos and carrot ginger soup. A good read for experienced and newbie juicers alike!

 

Best Green Drinks Ever: Boost Your Juice with Protein, Antioxidants, and More by Katrine Van Wyk

Paperback and Kindle

best green drinks ever

Ready to take your juices and smoothies to a new level?  In this recipe book, former model turned nutritionist Katrine Van Wyk shows how you can add superfoods like proteins and bee pollen to your juices to get even more health benefits.  I love how the recipes are divided into categories like “Energy”, “Digestion” and “Vitality”.  The names are great too, like “Red and Ready” and “Spiritual Gangster”.

 

The Juice Generation: 100 Recipes for Fresh Juices and Superfood Smoothies by Eric Helms

Paperback and Kindle

the juice generation book

The thing I really love about Juice Generation is how beautiful the layout is.  As you browse through the 100+ recipes, you get easy-to-digest information about the health benefits of ingredients and “juicy tips”.  There are classic juice recipes as well as nut milks, superfoods, and more.

 

The Juicing Diet: Drink Your Way to Weight Loss, Cleansing, Health, and Beauty by Sonoma Press

Kindle and Paperback

the juicing diet book

This juicing book gets into the details of the many reasons for juicing, including weight loss, health, and beauty.  It is informative but still an easy read.  Plus, there are 175 recipes included in the book.

 

Superfood Juices, Smoothies & Drinks: Advice and Recipes to Lose Weight, Prevent Illness, and Improve Your Emotional and Physical Health by Jason Manheim

Hardcover

superfood juices smoothies and drinks book

This latest recipe book from Jason Manheim  serves up a variety of healthy drinks.  These aren’t your standard juice recipes because they include probiotics, infused waters, “coffees” and more.  It is also nice that the superfoods which are used in the recipes are readily accessible, like chia seeds, dark chocolate, and hot peppers.

 

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This ultra-modern eBook is divided into 3 parts: What Do Vegans Eat, Vegan Nutrition, and Making the Transition. It gives you the straight-forward information you need to feel empowered to make the switch to plant-based eating and living.  Learn more here

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Author Diane Vukovic

Diane Vukovic is a vegan mom, health nut, and kitchen diva. When she's not deducing veggie nutritional facts, she's probably dancing crazily with her daughter or traveling somewhere in Europe.

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