Juicing for Health – aka Jordan’s Juice Diet

by Burgermeister | July 29, 2007 8:03 am

Some people would say there is more to life than burgers. However, I disagree. Everything else is merely an accompaniment to a good burger. And this is certainly the case for juicing. Juicing is a great way to consume those much needed “5 a day”, and it is also good for us. Some celebs even use it to lose weight.

In fact, the British model Michelle Bass has recently lost weight after going on “Jordan’s Juicing Diet”. The diet was actually invented by Jason Vale (the Juice Master), who has published many books on the subject of juicing. The diet seems to be very simple indeed. Jordan (Katie Price) went on the diet after piling on the pounds after her son Junior was born.

UK juicing expert Jason Vale told Closer magazine, “it’s great that celebs like Michelle are having such great success on the programme, it is the easiest way to lose weight but importantly furnish your body with live nutrients giving you high energy levels and allowing your body to repair, detox and clear out some of the junk in your system.”

Juicing diets have been around for a while now and then Jason Vale expanded on this success with a range of books detail every aspect of juicing. Juicing is simple, and the drinks taste so much better than anything bought in the supermarket. Fresh juice is not only good for you, but it tastes great.

Jason Vale’s success has now spread over to America, with Vale-fanatics Sarah Jessica Parker and Drew Barrymore by turning to him and his methods to control their weight.

The easiest way to learn about juicing is to buy one of Jason Vale’s books.

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