Juicing to Lose Weight and Be Healthy

by audrey on June 14, 2012 1 Comment

Tasty Juice Recipes For Weight Loss » How to Lose Weight

5/22/12

There are a lot of juice recipes for weight loss available today. It’s mostly just a matter of finding one that you find easy to make and you like the taste of...Now, this can be a little tricky because sometimes a short term diet can still be a good thing if you use it as a springboard to healthier habits and don't expect it to be the answer to your weight loss prayers. Juice recipes for...

Here is just one of many juice diet recipes. If you are really interested you can find many other recipes. To get the most out of your diet you may want to consider investing in a juicer so you can get the freshest juice possible ...

Juicing Recipes to Detox the Liver from Alcohol: How to Cleanse the ...

2/20/10

Fresh, organic vegetables are effective for detoxifying the liver, especially. Here are some recipes for cleansing the body after alcohol abuse, including information about the nutrients the recommended vegetables provide...

This is one basic juicing recipe that does not have to be done every day, and does not have to use all of the optional ingredients. Keep it simple to start, and as energy increases, ramp up the frequency and allow for some...

All of the ingredients in the juicing recipe for detoxing the liver also help the recovering alcoholic with other body functions of repair and coping with stress ...

10 Low Calorie Juicing Recipes for Weight Loss | Juicing Juice

5/14/12

Getting started on a diet plan or even just keeping one up can be difficult. Adding fresh juices can make a big difference. When trying to lose weight...Making healthy juicing recipes will help your weight loss plan be both lower in calories as well as nutritious...

Looking for a top notch, easy to use juicer? I recommend the Breville Juice Fountain...

Also, making healthy choices like drinking a low calorie juice before a meal will help you make good choices throughout the day. Sometimes making one good healthy choice will lead to other healthy choices ...

No More Starbucks

by audrey on June 14, 2012 1 Comment

I came across this article yesterday, and it reminds me why I stopped going to Starbucks and started making my own espresso at home with an affordable espresso machine.


Why I Don't Hate Starbucks | David Lebovitz

6/12/12

Their coffee isn't great; used to be better before they had these mammoth espresso machines, but it's still fresh. Thanks for the post David :). By HN on June 13, 2012 10:58 AM. That's true about Starbucks creating a coffee...

Nowadays you can go virtually anywhere in America and get a freshly prepared cup of coffee or an espresso. You (and I) may not think the coffee is exceptional (people use the words “burnt” and “overroasted” to describe the coffee at Starbucks)...

they’ve gobbled up a lot of spaces where local businesses once thrived (although I’m not sure if it’s their fault, or the progression of economic and social shifts in general), the employee benefits may be debatable, and at one of their branches in Paris, I had what may have been the worst espresso I’ve ever had in my life...

There are plenty of advice and tips on the internet on buying an espresso machine. Actually, once you've started making your own espresso, you will never go to Starbucks again for the taste. 

Best Espresso Machine for Home Use? | The CoffeeMeister

2/28/12

When I was an up and coming young businessman (as opposed to the crusty old curmudgeon I am today) I had the chance to shadow a bread tycoon in Northern Spain. I won't go into the details, but for part of the visit I stayed with him and his...

What I found in the kitchen was this complicated machine: I knew it made coffee, but I hadn’t a clue how to work the thing. I hesitated a little, but after all my host had said: mi casa es su casa…

Despite these humble beginnings, the experience made me a life-long fan of home espresso machines. Once you get started, it seems, there’s just no going back to drip coffee. I’ve experimented with several machines in my time, and there are a few I would highly recommend...

Healthy Skin Food

by audrey on May 10, 2012 0 Comments

Every person goes through an adolescent phase. In that phase, you go through life changing events could either help you in your future or scar you for life; and by scarring, I do mean it in the literal sense. When I was 14, I went through a horrible phase.

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My hormones were all acting up and my face was dotted with pimples. That was when my mother bought her best juicer. In an attempt to save my face, she would alternate between making guava juice and black current juice for me every day to supplement my vitamin intake.

Other than this, she banned me from touching fried foods. She even suggested I turn vegan; which I vehemently refused. After a few months of consistent healthy eating and sleeping habits, my hormones settled themselves and I've never had any skin problems since. But from then onwards, I developed a love for fresh fruit juice as well as a dislike for fried foods.

I Rather Make My Coffee Personal

I remember years back when there was no such thing as a fully automated coffee maker. Even the semi automated one was considered something lavish to have in the kitchen.

Nowadays, the best coffee maker is definitely a fully automated one. Not only that, some of them have features that would be only relatable to java connoisseurs. But I guess adding those features would make the machine more stylish and marketable.

Even an ordinary person can claim that they can make exquisite gourmet coffee; even if they could not list more than two types of coffee.

As for me, though I do rely on my coffee maker, I also manually make some of my gourmet drinks. I make an espresso with frothy crème on top that look a lot like a cappuccino but more bitter. Or a latte with swirly milk that looks like a smiley to perk up a sad friend.I do love coffee and I'm glad that I owned an excellent coffee maker. But it doesn't stop me from adding some personal touch to it.