About

I’m just a regular guy who started juicing as a way of getting more fruits and vegetables into my body. Like a lot of you I had heard of Jack LaLanne, but never paid juicing too much attention until watching Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead.

I didn’t start off by doing a juice fast.  I simply started by drinking one glass of juice a day. Juicing improved my mood, energy, and overall health.

Of course women are encouraged to read, comment, and participate in the community. For whatever reason, a lot of guys haven’t started juicing because they think it’s something only women do after taking Yoga. I started this blog to show that juicing isn’t just for women. Juicing is a logical step we can all take to improve our overall health.

Many of our readers are athletes, bodybuilders, amateur and pro fighters, and regular guys who want to improve their health.

If you have any questions about juicing, feel free to email me. Be sure to like our Facebook page as well.

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Comments

  • Sam White says:

    How would you feel about doing a guide of a newbie’s first month of juicing? What’s most beneficial to be drinking as they start out? And what will give them the most bang for the buck so that they can feel the effects and know to keep going.

  • Peter says:

    Hi! I wanted to leave a comment on the best juicer article but they are closed. The 50usd juicer comes down to about 140usd with shipping and VAT to send it to Europe! What do you think is a good one to get from Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.de?

    Thanks for the info.

    • FitJuice says:

      Look for one with a lot of reviews describing the types of things you want to do. The “Andrew James Professional Whole Fruit Power Juicer 850 Watts With Juice Jug” looks pretty good.

      • Peter says:

        Thanks for the tip!

      • Peter says:

        Hey!

        I found this one on Amazon.de:

        http://www.amazon.de/Torrex-elektrischer-Saftpresse-Obstpresse-Fruchtentsafter/dp/B00719CLWI/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1355261471&sr=8-2

        It looks like the same one as the US and British one. The power connectors are different in the UK, the rest of Europe uses the ones they sell in Germany.

        You can put affiliate links on your reviews for the people of the US/UK/EU!

  • Eric says:

    Great website. Very informative. I was wondering if you could put up an article on juicing for someone who is dieting. I started juicing once a day to get into the swing of things, but I really wanted to know more about how to properly juice if I wanted to lose weight with my workout, and current diet. I don’t plan on juicing completely. I need to eat a dead animal once in awhile. Thanks!

    • FitJuice says:

      We’re working on it. In the meantime just substitute juice for of your meals. The weight will begin falling off immediately.

  • gullibleskeptic says:

    Can’t I just continue eating the Kale , apples , beets,Ginger , they taste better cooked.

  • Dulst says:

    I’ve read in a few places that juices can spoil in as little as two hours. Do you know if this is true? And if so, do you know of any ways to mitigate against it so that you can make your juice in the evening and still reap the full benefits in the morning?

  • nick says:

    I’ve just found a study about excessive beet consumption leading to accumulation of metals in the liver.

    http://www.akademiai.com/content/qt81784524w81q87/

    I have been juicing about 3 or 4 large beets a week. Does anyone have further information about appropriate levels of human consumption?

  • Josh says:

    Yo FitJuice… can you get on twitter? I’d love to be able to see your new posts by twitter updates.

  • Dinesh says:

    Hi FitJuice. You mention in your post on making a veggie burger that you add pureed black beats in the mixture. Can you tell me what is puree black beats. I couldn’t find them in store or on the internet. I would comment there but the comments are closed there. Thanks.

    • FitJuice says:

      It’s a seasonal thing. If you can’t find it, it must be out of season for you. I tried getting cabbage yesterday; can’t find any where I live.

      That’s another reason to juice/eat seasonal vegetables and fruits. You’ll always get a diversity of nutrients.

  • Crystal says:

    Thank you for this blog. I’m not a man, but I find the info immensely helpful. I promise not to arrange flowers and place scented soy candles everywhere! :)

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