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Juicing and Blending

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1 Hrs 56 Min

18 Videos


Dr. Lisa Marsh is a renowned Chiropractor and Comprehensive Wellness Practitioner. Since 1996, Dr. Lisa has been treating patients using natural medicine, nutrients and holistic treatments for years. She realized that her life’s goal was helping patients with more than neck or back pain. An important component in her thriving practice is to help people with the proper food choices. Nutrition is a big key to health! This online training program teaches you about valuable vitamins and minerals. You will learn the health benefits for various fruits and vegetables. You’ll also be given step by step downloadable recipes of how to produce delicious juices that will help you achieve your specific wellness goal! With all of the valuable data in this course, your body will appreciate your decision to learn more about juicing! Join the thousands who are amazed at how quickly you will start feeling lighter, your thoughts clearer and have more energy than you could possibly imagine. Whether your motivation is detoxification, fighting disease, weight loss, more energy or just a healthier life style, this class will get you on track in with a new way of thinking about juicing for your health! Our goal is to help you reach your ultimate health and wellness goals, naturally!

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Course Syllabus

Juicing and Blending

  1. Introduction
  2. Nutritional Values
  3. Blending vs Juicing
  4. Skinny Shake
  5. Basic Green Drink
  6. Cucumber Melon Weight Loss Smoothie
  7. Coconut Kale Green Smoothie
  8. Chocolate Covered Cherry Smoothie
  9. Mango Basil Smoothie
  10. Joannes Green Smoothie
  11. Carrot Kicker
  12. Mixed Veggie
  13. Tomato Lover
  14. Easy Veggie Juice
  15. Tumeric Sunrise
  16. Immune Booster
  17. Super Digestive Juice
  18. Conclusion

For the juice obsessed, the smoothie fanatic, the blender beginner or the juicing novice, here’s how to enhance your experience and get the most out of both your appliances and your ingredients. Because whether you’ve resolved to break out your blender or break out of your rut, know that there are two trends that have withstood the test of time: trying new things and eating your veggies.

As far as blenders go, there are high-performance blenders and regular blenders. High-performance machines let you incorporate harder products such as nuts easily. They also puree foods at incredibly high speeds, and they may even have preprogrammed settings for super-efficient blending.

Regular blenders tend to be much more affordable and a bit less powerful than high-performance machines many are daunted by ice or nuts so if you have one, use the tricks below to make blending a breeze.

Did you know that fruit juices are the cleansers of the human system … and vegetable juices are the builders that revitalize the body? No one doubts that eating vegetables are good for you. But the problem with vegetables are … They’re so boring! Nothing is more boring than chewing on a carrot for what seems like hours.

Plus, if you’re like me, then you know that vegetables like kale, ginger, and brussel sprouts are good for you, but you just can’t stand the taste. By juicing, you can turn these boring and unpleasant vegetables into a simple, healthy, and delicious potion. Also, juicing removes the fibers to get every drop of nutrient out of the vegetable, which means you can drink more vegetables than what you are physically capable of eating!

Juicing doesn’t have to be hard. This course gives you a solid understanding of juicing and how you can make it fun, easy, and simple so it will become a beneficial part of your life without feeling like a chore.

If you are looking for boundless energy, health, quick weight loss, increased nutrition and inner healing, then the Ultimate Juicing Formula course will give you exactly that. This is a simple and easy-to-follow, step-by-step guide to starting with juicing and creating your personal health and vitality formula. Do yourself a huge favour and move your health forward by stepping into a better you.

Who this course is for:

  1. Health & Fitness Coach
  2. Health & Fitness Enthusiasts

What you’ll learn:

  1. The Science Of Juicing
  2. Juicing for Energy and Beauty
  3. WHY Store Bought Juices Will Cause Breakouts And Weight Gain
  4. How To Turn Pulp Into Healthy Snacks
  5. Detoxing Your Organs For Longer Life
  6. Have a solid understanding of the basics of juicing, what juicing is, how to do it, and the different types of juicing
  7. Know how to slow down, stop and even reverse chronic health illnesses
  8. Understand the top benefits of juicing and how it can radically transform your health and your life
  9. Have selected your perfect juicer to fit your needs
  10. Have a number of delicious juicing recipes to get you started
  11. Get good at choosing your produce for maximum nutrition and shelf life
  12. Be able to successfully integrate the juicing habit into your busy schedule & life

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You Will Get Certification After Completetion This Course.

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