As you begin juicing, you may find that you have questions. Well, there are amazing blogs and other websites on the internet that have amazing authors and communities that will always offer help. I’ve picked out the very best blogs and websites for juicing on the net and am including them here for your reference:
1) Fully Raw Kristina She has about 5 different websites, Facebook, etc. which all give invaluable recipes and mouth-watering pictures and videos of what she makes which inspires you to go the kitchen and make it yourself. Be sure to catch her on YouTube for great and easy juice recipes (and other fully raw recipes). She also has a unique talent of riveting people to watch her videos…
Kristina’s favorite juicer is the Hurom Slow Juicer.
2) Discount Juicers Video Blog on YouTube Ok when you do almost any research on juicing you inevitably find John Kohler from Discount Juicers and his videos. He and his now famous “Juice Offs” and other videos have gotten over 11 Million views. He compares juicers, talks about cleaning juicers, gives good juicing tips, etc. He always says there is no such thing as a “best juicer,” but when he made a video together with Fully Raw Kristina, we at Juice It Upp, made the following conclusion:
John Kohler’s Favorite Juicer is the The Omega VRT.
3) Joe the Juicer’s Blog As of late, the most famous juicer to the world at large is Joe Cross, A.K.A. Joe the Juicer. With his documentary Fat Sick and Nearly Dead he introduced juicing to countless citizens who didn’t even know juicing existed. It is quite an amazing documentary and has irrefutably saved lives from misery and disease.
Joe Cross’s Favorite Juicer is the Breville.
4) The Jay Kordich Blog Don’t forget the Juiceman, Juice Daddy, The Father of Juicing or whatever you want to call him. He was the first big figure to hit juicing and is still blogging at 90 years of age (Juicing helps you live long—he is proof—he was born on August 26, 1923 and is still going strong). His website is not as popular and It’s probably because he is more old school and doesn’t know all the “fancy social media” and other tech aspects. His website is less engaging than the others, but the information is just as good. He has so many recipes and has published many of them in his book The Juiceman’s Power of Juicing which has sold many million copies. He is unrivaled in that medium of information for juicing.
Jay Kordich’s Favorite Juicer is his own juicer: the Jay Kordich PowerGrind Pro.
5) This one is a tie. Here are the numerous nutrition blogs who have talked about juicing only briefly and do not regularly post about juicing. These bloggers they talk about everything: exercise, salads, health, family, you name it—and juicing is only a small part of it all. The top two are: SummerTomato.com and FoodBabe.com.
Noteworthy posts on juicing include:
6 things to consider before buying a juicer By Darya Rose from Summer Tomato
Are You Making These Common Juicing Mistakes? by Vani Hari from Food Babe.
The Favorite Juicers of this whole category differ from site to site, so I suggest just reading the best juicer guide to make your own informed decision.