JUICERLESS FAST / Detox / Cleanse



So, you are thinking about doing a Juicerless FAST?  (Cleanse? Detox? Feast?) Here is a book that does a wonderful job of describing how you can go about that, and also provides some delightful recipes for you to use in the process... remember, that you really need a blender (to break down the fibre), about a cup of water (to get the juices going-- the juice nutrients won't be neutrialized by adding water), the fruits and/or veggies, and a juice bag or strainer).


The Reboot with Joe Juice Diet: Lose Weight, Get Healthy and Feel Amazing

Product Description

In Fully Charged, Joe Cross shares what he's learned since filming Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead about staying healthy in an unhealthy world. Whether you've followed the Reboot diet and are looking for help in sustaining your success, or looking for advice that will help you lose weight and adopt a healthy lifestyle, this book is full of inspiration and encouragement, as well as practical tips for diet, exercise, and mindfulness.
Adopt Joe's 7 keys and thrive!
1. Change Your Relationship to Food (Don't Abuse Food)
2. Change Your Diet (Eat the Right Stuff)
3. Change Your Habits About Food (Find a New Groove)
4. Embrace Community (Get a Little Help From Your Friends)
5. Maintain the Machine (Follow the Upkeep Manual)
6. Practice Mindfulness (Chill Out)
7. Respect Yourself
''Before I started juicing, I was overweight and taking medication to treat an autoimmune disease. By drinking only fresh vegetable and fruit juices while making my film Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead, I lost weight, got off the medication, and began to feel better than ever! Today, I still drink a lot of juice and eat a balanced diet centered on fruits and vegetables. But I've also realized that staying healthy is a lot more complex than just what you eat. I've distilled what I've learned down to 7 Keys to health and happiness. Paying attention to these 7 keys helps me thrive.'' --JOE CROSS

Reboot with Joe: Fully Charged: 7 Keys to Losing Weight, Staying Healthy and Thriving
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Editorial Reviews

About the Author
Joe Cross is a filmmaker, entrepreneur, author and wellness advocate. He directed, produced and was the subject of the award-winning documentary Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead which has been seen by more than 20 million people around the world; authored the New York Times bestseller ''The Reboot with Joe Juice Diet'' book, which has been released globally in multiple languages; and is credited with having accelerated the plant-based eating movement by media outlets including the Wall Street Journal, The Times of London and The Dr. Oz Show. His website, rebootwithjoe.com, has become an integral meeting place for a community of more than one and a half million Rebooters worldwide. His second documentary film Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead 2, which focuses on how to stay healthy in an unhealthy world, will be available for sale and rent on November 18, 2014.

Customer Reviews

Most helpful customer reviews
37 of 39 people found the following review helpful.
5Excellent!
By Steven R. McEvoy
This book is one of the best health and fitness books I have ever read! In fact it was so good that as soon as I finished reading it, I started reading it a second time. Joe Cross is just a regular guy who decided to Juice for 60 Days and see if he could turn around some of his health issues. At the time he had no idea he was starting a movement that now spans the globe. This book is the latest from Joe Cross and has some no nonsense approach to finding and maintaining a balanced life. And one of the first things he will tell you is what works for him might not work for you but there are some principles that will help you wind what will work for you.

Early in the book Joes states: "Ornish likes to joke that the first dietary "intervention" was when God told Adam and Eve not to eat the apple. "That didn't work, and that was God talking," he says, "so we're not going to do better than that."." And it is true Joe is not ever going to tell you to never do something or always do something else. Instead he focuses on that last 2 feet of freedom, from you hand to your mouth and learning to make better choices in those last 2 feet. The 7 principles Joe has discovered and shared in this book are:

1. Change Your Relationship to Food (Don't Abuse Food)
2. Change Your Diet (Eat the Right Stuff)
3. Change Your Habits About Food (Find a New Groove)
4. Embrace Community (Get a Little Help From Your Friends)
5. Maintain the Machine (Follow the Upkeep Manual)
6. Practice Mindfulness (Chill Out)
7. Respect Yourself

And to be honest there is not much complicated about hose seven things. That is knowing it versus doing it - KIVDI! Most of us know what we should be doing and some have even done it for periods but when we fail. And a big part of it comes down to community, support and learning why we do what we do. In the book there is a major chapters on each of these 7, and the chapters end with a series of questions to help you go deeper and find your answers. And also a testimony from one of the Reboot With Joe Community members who has or is working on this area. These stories are some of the most incredible and motivating parts of this book.

According to Joe we need to: "Being aware The most basic way to improve your relationship with food is awareness. If you are truly conscious of the food you are consuming, or are about to consume, this will make a huge impact on the way you eat." And we can do that by working through this book. He also states "But we also want to be aware of our food in order to be thankful for it. Not forgetting about it in some mindless act of consumption. Not bolting it down fast on our way to somewhere else. Not being so disconnected from how food is prepared that we are no longer participants in the process." Joe says food is neither good or bad, it is not black or white, buy how we use food can be either beneficial or harmful. There are good better foods to eat and those that are less good for us. We need to find what works for us and then be sure he have the support in our lives to live it out.

This book is not a diet book to help you lose weight in a specific amount of time. It is a book about finding the lifestyle choices for food and exercise that work for you so that you can not only exist but learn to thrive and live life fully charged. It is a great read and I highly recommend it!
21 of 22 people found the following review helpful.
5In 4 months time I lost 115 pounds On this ...
By Amazon Customer
In 4 months time I lost 115 pounds On this Juice Diet. Watch Fat Sick and Nearly Dead and start losing the person you are carrying around.
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful.
5In Fully Charged Joe delivers you a large serving of mental juice. No fluff or fillers, his 7 keys to healthy living are proven
By S A Whaley
Joe Cross is known for Fat Sick and Nearly Dead and juicing. It is very rare you will see him without a green juice nearby. Yet he readily acknowledges that there is more to living healthy than juice fasting or rebooting as he calls.

In this book, Joe Cross shares what he has learned about 'staying healthy in an unhealthy world' since filming. I have been juicing for over 5 years and cohost the Juicing Radio podcast. I can tell you that I wish I had this book when I started out because 'juicing' is the easy part.

The toughest part of a reboot is what to actually eat after juice fasting and how to deal with the nutritional minefield. Juice recipes are easy to come by, motivation and information to continue making healthy choices can be tougher.

In Fully Charged Joe delivers you a large serving of mental juice. No fluff or fillers, his 7 keys to living healthy are proven tools for sustained good health.


 





Go Juicerless!

Go Juicerless!
5★★★★★ with over 800 customer reviews! Fresh, healthful vitamin-packed Juices are a fantastic addition to any detox or health improvement diet. You don't need a fancy juicer... a Blender and a Nut Mylk Bag will do the trick!