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Juicing for Healing – Health Care Professionals Turn To Juicing For Cancer Prevention & Therapy

One of the greatest rewards of being in the business of selling juicers is the health success stories that so many people are kind enough to share with us. We often hear from people who have more energy and experience an overall improvement in health within weeks of starting to juice regularly.

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The positive influence of fruit and vegetable juicing on our well-being and disease fighting ability has been documented frequently in recent years. Through powerful documentaries, such as Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead, Food Matters, Forks Over Knives, Vegucated, as well as countless personal accounts posted on juicing blogs and websites across the internet, we have learned that regular juicing may not only improve general health but also assist in the healing of various physical disorders, such as obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, arthritis, and even cancer.

With mounting evidence of the efficacy of juicing in the prevention and treatment of cancer, many health care professionals are now turning a keen eye to the prospect of incorporating juicing as a vital part of their overall cancer therapy.

The National Association of Professional Cancer Coaches (NAPCC) is an organization of certified health professionals that have fully embraced the importance of nutrition and juicing in cancer prevention and recovery. NAPCC coaches its patients in all aspects of cancer prevention, cancer recovery and life after cancer. Their nutritional program helps patients remain healthy and well while undergoing conventional treatments, such as surgery, chemotherapy and radiation.

According to NAPCC, juicing may be the single best approach towards healing a body with cancer. Patients attending one of their juicing seminars learn about the best juicers to use for maximizing nutritional value of the juice, and what the most potent juice ingredients are, and how to mix them for the most effective, and delicious, results.

Beyond juicing, NAPCC also coaches patients in other non-conventional techniques, such as nutrition, meditation, breathing, visualization, lifestyle changes, laughter therapy, etc.


Juicerville is proud to be a supporter of NAPCC and their commitment to improving the lives of cancer patients on their challenging road to recovery.

For more on NAPCC and to learn about their classes and seminars, please visit their website,

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Juicerville Now Certified Gold Member of PETA Business Friends

Hello friends!

Juicerville is a PETA business friendWe have some great news for you. We just made our first charitable donation this year to People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA).

As you may know, Juicerville is happy to promote not only a healthy, but also a cruelty-free, lifestyle. For all human and non-human animals alike.

With this contribution we are now proud to call ourselves certified gold members of the PETA Business Friends program.


To all of you who bought a juicer from us, thank you! Your support really makes a difference.

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Juice Therapy App More Than Just Juicing Recipes in Your Phone!

Imagine yourself at home with a cold and you are wondering what juice would make you feel better, or perhaps you have been under a lot of stress and you're just dying for that perfect juice recipe to relieve your tension. This is where the Juice Therapy App, available now on both iPhone and Android, comes to your rescue. 
Screenshot of Juice Therapy appThat's right, today we have the pleasure of taking a closer look at the latest juicing app to hit the market. The Juice Therapy App was developed by Melissa Bartram, author of Juice Therapy - Heal Your Life.

All of us here in Juicerville were definitely excited to get our hands on this. Only $0.99 download. Great, let's check it out!

The app took under a minute to download and install, and it was really lightning-fast and hassle-free to use. Something that cannot always be said of many other early version apps. This app is off to a really great start. We give it five stars for the technical stuff.

The Juice Therapy App also does very well in the organization and presentation of its content. This is always a challenge because of the different preferences that users have in how they search for content. Making a website or app intuitively useful to a wide audience is a challenge that many application designers face.

The interface is kept simple and uncluttered. No problem figuring out how to use it. Apart from being able to browse recipes by title, you can also browse the content by fruits or vegetables, and get details of the health benefits associated with each item. Very useful and fun feature, for sure, but nothing we didn't expect from an app like this. The real stand-out feature to us was the option to find juice recipes by specific health conditions. Some examples include:

  • Diabetes
  • Colds & Flus
  • High Cholesterol
  • Cancer
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Heart Health
  • Weight Loss
Let's say your asthma is acting up and you want to know a great recipe that will soothe your symptoms. Just enter 'Health Conditions' from the start menu, scroll down, select 'Asthma' and you get to choose from juicing recipes known to help with asthma, like the Cucumber Pineapple Juice. There are actually more than 30 health conditions listed. Awesome!

Worth mentioning is also that the app features a section with tips on juicing for the beginner. We found the tips accurate and useful.

In conclusion, this is a really great juicing app, especially considering that it is an early version. In future updates, we would love to see a search box on the start page and perhaps an option to create your own favourite recipe list.

So, what are you waiting for? For a price less than two organic apples, you get an app that's a perfect companion to your juicer.

If you decide to try it out for yourself, please share your experience in the comment section below.
Juice Therapy is available at Google Play (android) and the iPhone App Store,

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