All raw juices should be freshly prepared.

Use an electric juice extractor. The large department stores and the health food stores carry various types. Follow the instruction booklet that comes with the juicer.

Use only fresh vegetables and fruits, preferably organically grown (available at better health food stores and organic farms). If vegetables and fruits are bought from the ordinary supermarket they have probably been heavily sprayed with poisonous insecticides and waxes. Wash them very carefully. I use warm water and soap or a mild detergent to wash such vegetables and fruits as apples, pears, grapes, plums, cucumbers, carrots, green peppers, tomatoes and celery. Rinse well, three or four times, in progressively colder water. Give the final rinse under running water, rubbing vigorously with a brush and with your hands.

Make only as much juice as needed. In storage, even in the refrigerator, raw juices rapidly lose their therapeutic and nutritional value.


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