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@HealthyFitnTrim Hi Michelle, so glad to see you moving on with your juicing journey. Hope you are enjoying the lessons. Way to go with using Google calendar. Keep us posted...!!! :)
My latest conversation: The Green Star In Action Plus A Few Juice Fast Tips
6 days, 2 hours ago on Day 2: Making a Juicy Date with Yourself in the Calendar
Listening to this ASAP today and have shared it everywhere, thank you so much Leslie and I can't wait to hear your wisdom, my dear friend!!!!
3 months, 1 week ago on 102 How To Handle Trolls, Personal Attacks and Negative Comments On Your Blog
@SarahB Modify baby modify! These recipes are suggestions at best and while they do yield what I think is delicious and has certain nutritional values, most important is that YOU love what you make .... I love to hear that you are now getting the hang of this, Sarah!!! So happy about it :)!
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3 months, 4 weeks ago on Juicing Enthusiasts Mingle Space
@SarahB Sarah, I can imagine the dessert is hard on the type of fruits you get. Darling, forget the pineapple. So many other things to replace: pear, strawberries, apples, kiwi, go with what you have! Any of those out there?? Hope so!
@SarahB Hmmm. Well, more yellow than green on the outside and nothing that has too many soft spots. I also try to get smaller pineapple as they generally come in very big sizes but honestly best way maybe to ask the produce manager, especially at places like whole foods and farmer's markets, they get a kick out of helping you and they know their produce best. HOPE THIS HELPS, Sarah!!!!
4 months, 1 week ago on Juicing Enthusiasts Mingle Space
@bavarianami Thanks for sharing Rick - I am sure this is helpful to @SarahB and I am glad to hear your stomach issues cleared up after juicing!!!
@SarahB PS: Read Rick's response above when you come back here - he shares his experience too!
@SarahB I am so very sorry to hear about your experience, Sarah, please don't get disheartened.... Go EASY on ginger and a friend of mine who doesn't like citrus uses tomato-based juices - tomato having less acid than other citrus. You can also use apple/carrot based and skip lemons? Beet is delicious too! Check out recipes with carrot/beet/tomato in that order and skip all citrus for now and EASY on ginger!
@SarahB Sounds delicious!! And I love your fiber idea with yogurt, Sarah! Spinach has a lot of airy volume - it's not dense like carrots or even like kale! I am glad it was yummy though ;)
@SarahB Great question, Sarah. Empty stomach - or relatively empty - would be best so for breakfast or if it's been at least 2 hours since your last meal. If you had a snack or something that should be fine but again, for BEST results. Evening is a great time to juice too and after exercise is even better.... hope this helps!
@bavarianami Thanks again for the recipe, Rick! How are you doing? Are you still juicing or are the holidays a bit too much? I hope the new year brings you lots of juicy goodness :)! Check out the new recipes I am adding here and juice on!
4 months, 3 weeks ago on The Juicing Recipes Corner
@vuzzard Hi again, yeah well this stuff is important - no need to wait when a great comment comes in! That's good to know about the Champion, it's one of the models I haven't yet worked with. And with the Omega and the Breville and my Green Star, I have to say I have NEVER run anything through the juicer a SECOND time! That's absurd. Would it not need to be efficient the first time around? The Breville was terrible - it would leave the pulp dripping wet but the Omega was much better and the Green Star, the pulp that comes out the first time is this unrecognizable dust-dry stuff that hasn't any juice in it whatsoever. All in one pass for sure! :)
5 months ago on Unboxing of the Green Star Elite Juicer
@vuzzard It's not that bad after you get used to it but it's great to hear you like the Champion. There are many great brands out there. I had to try the Green Star. It has the driest pulp of my 3 juicers, so it works hard to squeeze everything out!
@bavarianami This is the highest reward for me, Rick. It wasn't easy to put this together but deep down, I believe in this clinic and in what I can offer. We are beyond delighted to have your wonderful spirit in the clinic and in the Facebook page, don't disappear. Come back and let's talk juicing and stay healthy and reverse the signs of aging gracefully with natural fruits & vegetables. Thanks for your fabulous comments here. They are heart-warming!
5 months, 3 weeks ago on Day 21: How to Fall In Love with Your Juicing
@bavarianami Hi Rick, you made it to the very end..... I saw your comments on Day 20 & 21 and am beyond impressed. Thank you so much even though it's way too much credit you are bestowing upon me and I graciously accept it. I am just so thrilled that this worked out so well for you. It's definitely a habit for life for you - I can see it clearly, Rick. Quite proud of you!
5 months, 3 weeks ago on Day 20: Why You Juice: Staying Motivated
@CiaraConlon Dear Ciara, thank you for admitting how you feel about the gym - me too! Argh! I did find a cycling/yoga studio that I frequented for a while but it wasn't sustainable. I was doing too much cycling... although I loved it.... but I do love cycling so I hear you. However, whatever you do, make sure to do your due diligence on *** stretching and flexibility**** either with my program or with something else. Keeps you young and beautiful :)!
5 months, 3 weeks ago on Hate To Exercise? Baby Step Your Way To Fitness!
@bavarianami Rick, I know all about how holidays can throw us off but if you are back into it with a few short days, you are golden. This is the hardest part of building a habit. Bravo! And it looks like you like the bok choy too. I am not crazy crazy about it but @DanielHayes loved it as well as many others in the clinic. Glad the juicer is making the rounds, it'll land in a good home, don't worry and Juice On!
5 months, 4 weeks ago on Day 19: Spreading the Love of Green Juicing
@bavarianami You are retiring in a month? That's very exciting. And to start your own veggie high bed and to go back to golf. I am excited for you Rick and I hope that prosperity and health keeps coming your way, dear friend. Sending your wife lots of healing thoughts.... You are one of my Rock Star Juicers, that's for sure!
6 months ago on Day 14: Good Habits Push Out the Bad
@bavarianami We had persimmons in Iran so I know it well but man, I wouldn't juice that Rick. Did you? As for the difference, the Omega juice is of course less foamy but also more delicious - the taste IS more intense, well-said. I feel like the Breville just gushes out the juice whereas the Omega is gentler with the juice. It's almost a happier juice if that makes sense? ;)!!!
6 months ago on Day 16: Measuring it Up in the Kitchen
@bavarianami Hello Rick, I just love the self-exploration and self-discovery that you are experiencing with green juicing. I want to scream with joy because this is what I am talking about - it's more than the recipes, and more than the juice! I am glad that you are shocking your own self with this amazing new habit, keep it up. The longer you do it, the cleaner and happier your body will become. So happy you found me through juicing, it's been a joy sharing in your success.
6 months ago on Day 17: Restarting without a Fuss: Self-Love & Forgiveness