100 Recipes for Fresh Juices and Superfood Smoothies
by Eric Helms
There are plenty of books on juicing out there, but The Juice Generation is probably the most beautiful and accessible that I’ve read so far. The layout is what really sets this book apart from others as the nutritional information is presented in a clear way without the reader feeling bogged down with facts, as is the tendency with writings on this subject.
The author eases you into the world of juicing by breaking it up into a plan of three phases. The first phase introduces you to easy recipes with familiar fruits and veggies an even includes choices to make with your blender if you haven’t committed to buying a juicer yet. Each subsequent phase adds in more produce and supplements and leads you up to juice cleanses when you’re ready.
The pictures throughout are gorgeous and there are also testimonials from avid juicers. The only drawback for me was the namedropping of celebrities, but it didn’t detract that much from the text. The Juice Generation will definitely reside in my healthy eating library.
Disclaimer: I received a complimentary e-book of this title in exchange for my honest review