Adding juices and smoothies to your diet can help you lose weight and improve your health. (A recent study at China Medical University showed that drinking a glass of tomato juice each day helped twenty-five women lose weight.) But replacing a meal or two each day can dramatically speed weight loss. You can make a meal-replacement smoothie or choose a glass of fresh juice. Or you can sip bone broth for a meal or two, or a day or two and watch the pounds melt away. Other drinks that will help you lose weight include apple cider, electrolyte replacers, teas, flavored water, lemon juice, and honey with water. Until now people have focused primarily on one beverage for weight loss. I encourage you to look at all of them and their potential as weight-loss helpers. Why be limited to one type of drink? Why not try them all for an interesting time “sipping skinny”?FEATURES AND BENEFITS:
- No expensive meals to buy. Save money while you make healthy choices.
- No complicated diet plan. Just sip your way to losing weight.
- No more boredom with juice, smoothies, or bone broth. Drink them all! Change it up!
- This book is unique because the author brings all the beverage options together under one cover.
, MS, is a leading authority on juicing for health and detoxification. Known as “The Juice Lady,” she is a TV chef and celebrity nutritionist who has helped pioneer the fresh-juice movement around the world. A graduate of Bastyr University with a master of science in whole-foods nutrition, Calbom is the author of more than thirty-five books. She has helped thousands of people restore their health through her juicing and cleansing programs. She has also worked as a nutritionist with George Foreman and Richard Simmons, appeared on numerous radio and TV shows, and been featured in scores of magazine articles. She and her husband offer health and wellness juice and raw-foods retreats throughout the year. Success stories of people who healed their bodies and lost weight through juicing are available on her website, www.juiceladycherie.com