http://sitekreator.com/rawfoodadvantage/juicers.htmlPlease do not get the impression that we are against juicing. We just want to let people know that it is not the "Magic Cure" that it is advertised to be. We want you to understand the facts about juicing and want you to be sure a juicer is what you need. We have been juicing for many years and have experienced and tested probably every juicer their is on the market and only sell the best in its class.
We do not like the way that juicers are being marketed. You do not get the phytochemicals and anti-oxidants that help certain objectives in juice unless its juiced in a certain way... and I DO not mean by drinking it directly out of a juicer... That's the worst way to drink it... fresh out of a juicer. That is a waste of time and food. The juice that you don't get from a juicer is stage 2 juice which is all in the pulp which is usually thrown down the drain. You do NOT have to eat the pulp or even blend it to get Stage 2 juice. We aren't saying blending is the only way to get the phytochemicals.
No, sir. The whole article is a tad bit confusing, but I thought maybe it was just me. I think it's weird they're against juicing for so many reasons (if I understood them correctly) but they're selling juicers and ones that most other websites/stores are selling, too.Originally Posted by froggythefrog
Jenna: Am I the only one who finds the wording of that paragraph confusing?
they arent against juicing--they are against juicing the wrong way. if you buy their juicers then YOU can do it the right way!Originally Posted by jenna
No, sir. The whole article is a tad bit confusing, but I thought maybe it was just me. I think it's weird they're against juicing for so many reasons (if I understood them correctly) but they're selling juicers and ones that most other websites/stores are selling, too.
I assumed this is exactly what they were doing. Doubly so since this is their one and only posts.Originally Posted by truepeacenik
it's an ad site, and I wonder if the OP was not simple buzz marketing.
my wheat grass juicer is metal, not medal.
Spell check:Originally Posted by soilman
I think you are nitpicking truepeacenik. Maybe they just mispelled metal. Big deal. The wrest they write has with coorect speeling, use good gramer, the clear thought, and is writen eloquent. For example, look at this they write, it is sturdy and eloquently:
Might want to check the batteries in your irony detectorOriginally Posted by queenfluff
I don't agree that the webpage is written eloquently. I had a hard time reading it. (I found tons of grammar errors).
(an unedited webpage is considered to be a major flaw in e-commerce - but that is off the topic of this post )
Thing is, even people who aren't diabetic will get hungry fairly quickly afterwards when blood glucose dips slightly following the initial spike. That's probably fine for some people, but I tend to end up with a headache as a result, so I steer clear.I think juicing is excellent, unless you are diabetic (juice lacks fiber, thereby raising blood sugar issue possibilities)