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Detox and Juicing

Discussion in 'BBS Hangout' started by Outlier, Jul 25, 2015.

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  1. MIAGI99

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    My first juicer was a Jack LaLanne high speed juicer from Craigslist for fifty dollars few years back, worked great. I would check there if you are starting out and don't want to fully invest in a quality juicer considering you might not do it for the long haul. It really comes down to what produce you want to juice most of the time. If you juice mainly fruits and vegetables then a high speed juicer is fine. If you want to juice more leafy green vegetables then you will need a slow masticating juicer which are more pricier, but do not oxidize the juice like the high speed juicers do and retain more nutrients from the produce. If you want a quality juicer that will juice anything you throw at it then a vertical masticating juicer is the better option something similar to a Omega VSJ843, for example. I currently own the older model Omega VRT350 which they still sell and is half the price.
     
  2. GanjaRocket

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    Just add it into your diet and eat healthy? Why is that so hard lol
     
  3. RV6

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    Fun idea. Here's mine:

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  4. cebu

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    This is common sense. If you want to be healthy, drink more juice.
     
  5. body slam

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    What do you mean by feeling unhealthy skin-wise?
     
  6. benchmoochie

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    What you should be doing is a parasitic cleanse.
     
  7. CCorn

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    Bro, just get into a good workout routine and watch the portion sizes.
     
  8. Outlier

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    Rashes, itchiness.

    CCorn, it's a skin problem primarily.
     
  9. RV6

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    You're in Houston? Maybe too much AC, leading to drier skin? As you get older, skin gets drier, as it is.
     
  10. body slam

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    How much sun do you get on the problem areas? Not counting tanning bed but actual sun light.
     
  11. RESINator

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    Lots of miralax and water
     
  12. whiskeyred

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    If you haven't already, I'd suggest watching Fat, Sick & Nearly dead on Netflix. Nice intro to juicing, there's a sequel as well.
     
  13. Liberon

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    He doesn't show how to actually juice but tells his story and helps out a trucker. Juicing the way they did was a complete waste as they probably didn't get as much as they could out of the produce. What's even worst was they were trying to sell on the juicer, a Breville, rather than anything else.
     
  14. bladeage

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    Buy a Nutribullet, buy fruits and vegetables, use the nutribullet, done. It works, but it's difficult to really stick to it.
     

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