How to Start Juicing Infographic

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This week, I’m talking all about how to start juicing: one of the most powerful ways to recharge your health. One of the most frequent questions I get is, ‘how do I start juicing?’

Well…to celebrate my love of juicing, and to answer your question, I’ve created my very first infographic called, you guessed it: How to Start Juicing. How fun!

This little infographic will show you the four different types of juicers available, and it will provide you with a step-by-step guide in how to make your first juice.

Juicing is the best way to saturate your body with nutrients, vitamins, minerals and enzymes: substances that will make you feel more energized, more vibrant and more alive. They will also help you to combat illnesses like cancer, Lyme Disease and eczema — to name a few. And, juicing is an amazing way to boost the number of fruit and veggie servings in your diet.

Also…to help you start your journey into the land of juicing, sign-up for my weekly newsletter, and I will send you a FREE copy of my ebook: Recharge Your Body: 52 Smoothie & Juice Recipes.

Please SHARE this infographic, and get your juice on!

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16 Comments on “How to Start Juicing Infographic

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  2.  by  Crystle

    I know I’m late to the party; I found your site today while I was searching Pinterest for decent juicing recipes. My husband made me watch ‘Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead’ as well; we bought an awesome juicer and promptly made the Lean Green. We promptly gagged and were dude heartened because it was so bad. We are trying to get healthier and these recipes look great.

    Thank you for the tips and pictograph of juicing ingredients!

    •  by  admin

      It’s so great to hear that you’re sticking with it. You will definitely discover juice recipes that you just love — it’s only a matter of time and experimentation! My favorite juice recipe right now is: 1 zucchini, 1 apple, and 1 whole fresh turmeric root (it looks like ginger). Happy juicing!

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  5.  by  Ingrid

    Perfect timing! I read your post on healthful pursuit and got out and bought a good juicer. It was like you wrote this post for me, thanks for that.

    •  by  admin

      Ingrid! Thanks so much for commenting. I’m really happy that the infographic helped you out, and congrats on getting a juicer! Your timing is PERFECT! I’m hosting a 21-day juicing challenge starting October 12th. The name of the game is to drink one lovely juice everyday, along side your usual healthy, whole foods diet. There will be a private Facebook group, too, for everyone to post pics and recipes. This event will be a great way for you to start juicing and connect with other juicers — like me : ) Here’s the link to sign-up: Let’s get our juice on!

      •  by  Sara

        Hi! I also just stumbled upon your graphic and am new to juicing. I look forward to trying out your juicing challenge as well! I had a delicious carrot, red pepper, orange, and lemon juice for breakfast this morning.

        •  by  admin

          How wonderful, Sara! I look forward to seeing you in the challenge. I’m very excited about it — we have 91 people signed-up so far! Your juice recipe sounds delish!

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  8.  by  Paul

    I arrived on your blog also from 🙂
    Nice and simple infographic. Congratz!

  9.  by  John Shea

    Hi Alison,

    Found your blog through a comment on, I watched “Fat Sick and Nearly Dead” earlier this year and bought my first juicer but have hardly used it. I’ll check out your eBook for some tips!

    •  by  admin

      John, I just re-watched “Fat Sick & Nearly Dead” yesterday! I love that documentary. I’m also going to recommend “May I Be Frank”: I think this doc is available on Hulu for free or NetFlix.

      Dust that juicer off, John! And, please email me if you need any advice or inspiration : )

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