The Juicing Bible: Pat Crocker|
by Pat Crocker (Author), Susan Eagles (Author)
Advocates of fruit and vegetable juices cite the high levels of vitamins and
antioxidants in these products. Ironically, juicing requires an electrically
powered machine to reduce raw fruits and vegetables to a drinkable liquid state.
Pat Crocker and Susan Eagles have produced The Juicing Bible to stretch the
imagination of those who own juicing machines. They promote unusual combinations
of juices such as beets, ginger, apple, celery, chile, and garlic to vary
otherwise humdrum products. While some may question the health-claim benefits
outlined in the book's first half, interest in healing through natural foods
continues to grow. The book's extensive lists of juice combinations make it a
very useful reference.
Karen Rallo, South Bend Tribune, December 11, 2000
This book makes a good nutritional reference for anyone who is serious about his or her wellness.
Paperback: 224 pages
Publisher: Robert Rose (October 7, 2000)