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The Juice Master's Slim 4 Life: Freedom from the Food Trap

By (author) Jason Vale






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A complete physical and psychological guide to the land of the slim and healthy. The Juice Master's workshops and roadshows contain such antics as the Who Wants to Be a Slimionnaire game. Jason Vale is the ultimate health coach - the Juice Master - and in this book he reveals how everyone can get slim, get fit, and get energised - or juiced . His lively style and irreverent text nonetheless contains clear health messages for everyone: give up what he calls drug foods - those nutritionally worthless addictive substances, such as sugar and caffeine and return to a fresh diet. Eat the freshest plant ingredients and feel the health benefit of raw juice which is full of healthy enzymes- hit out at the food industry and reject its brainwashing advertising- use food combining to help your digestion

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Normally shipped | Enquiries only
Publisher | HarperCollins Publishers
Published date | 2 Apr 2002
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Format | Paperback
Pages | 320
Dimensions | 234 x 155 x 23mm (L x W x H)
Weight | 418g
ISBN | 978-0-0071-3303-1
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BISAC | health & fitness / diets


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