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It's that time of year again. It happens every year - the post Christmas detox. The media is full of celebrity fitness videos, new diets, and which juicer/blender to buy. With the vast reach of social media, we see it even more, but believe me, this has been going on every January for years. I've been doing what I do…

I juice everyday. Every morning. It ensures I get my 'five or more a day.' More vegetables than fruit and straight in to my tummy. All those super enzymes, vitamins and minerals. When I started juicing there were no Nutribullets. Just juicers. There is a place for both, but personally, first thing in the morning, I like a lovely clean juice.…

Juicing is a funny thing. Until about four years ago, I knew nothing about it. It was a friend of mine, AnnSee Yeoh who introduced me to it, and it changed my life. It also ensured that my lovely husband got closer to his 'Five A Day' by me gradually testing different 'recipes' on him! The best one is beetroot…

Why did I do it? Well, sometimes you need an upgrade. As many of you will know, I'm quite an avid juicer. Not as a full on juice only detox, but a healthy way to start the day. I like the process of choosing which vitamins I need and having a juice for all seasons. More root veg in the…

As we move in to summer, the usual 'Get Fit for Holidays' advertising appears in magazines and newspapers. Bikini bodies and which spray tan is best. I notice that those of you who haven't started juicing yet are asking the same questions that were covered in this blog back in January, as you are feeling a summer 'cleanse' would be…

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Those of you who follow me on Twitter and Facebook, will know that I am an avid juicer, but not for a pure detox, more for a daily vitamin fix. I'm a great fan of Jason Vale and find his enthusiasm for his subject quite inspiring to say the least. Earlier posts, if you are new to this blog, will…

Disaster struck on Friday. I gathered all my juicing ingredients, turned on the juicer...and ...nothing. No power. Dead. Now, I'm always very calm and patient when things break down. Tracking back the fault. Making sure all components are correctly inserted, and only then do I check the fuse. Nothing. Still dead. Arrrgggghhhhhhhh!!!!! Mega disaster! My husband muttered something about 'I…

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