BE A JUICE PRO!
This Online Juice Academy is focusing on live connection. You will connect to others through live video classes and receive access to a Facebook community for juicing enthusiasts.
I had this idea after joining a community workout class and decided I would love to bring the same community feeling to people who are interested in juicing.
Learning with a community of like-hearted people is empowering, inspiring and fun! s
So join a Juice Class and get inspired.
Just here for free information? I've got you covered.
Check out my Top20 FAQs about juicing.
It is important to know why and how juicing can change your life. Find out how beneficial juicing can be for you and what a class at the Juice Academy looks like!
You will be amazed ones you learn about all the wonderful benefits of juicing.
But first, get to know me, read my story, find out how I got into juicing, and why I am a Juicing Expert.
If you want to keep up with me daily and see my juicing creations then follow me on my instagram and my other social media.
What you will get?
Every Juice Class includes 45 minutes of guidance and 15 minutes of juicing together.High-quality content from over 5 years of daily juicing.The topics of the class change weekly.You are able to ask all of your question about juicing.When joining a class, you receive access to a private group on Facebook where you can inspire and motivate one another.You meet other juicing enthusiasts during the Juice Class and after in the community group.
Benefits of Juicing
There is a myriad of benefits that come from drinking fresh juice. I have listed some of the many benefits below:
Nourishing: Provides enzymes, minerals, vitamins, phytochemicals that nourish your body.Rejuvenation: Supports your organs to cleanse and regenerate.Anti-Aging: Juicing gives your body an abundance of antioxidants which slow down aging.Fuel for your cells: The glucose from fruit and vegetables fuels every cell in your body. Alkalizing: Brings down inflammation due to its alkalizing and anti-viral effects.Anti-Viral: Great in lowering viral loads.Anti-Inflammatory: Reduces and flushes out yeast, mold, fungus, bacteria overgrowths, and viruses.Hydrates the cells.Flushes out toxins.Heavy Metal Detox: Eliminates heavy metals.Anti-Mucus: Helps to lower and remove old excess mucus.Minimizes digestive energy, allowing you to use this freed-up energy for creative or physical activities.Improves digestion.Supports the immune system.Supports the lymphatic system to detox waste out of the body.Healthy Weight: Helps to eliminate toxins and pathogens and therefore reducing excess fat while at the simultaneously heling to build strong and healthy muscles from the glucose and mineral salts.Beautifying: The minerals help to have glowing skin, healthier hair and nails.
Is juicing right for you?
Juicing is for everybody! No matter what diet or lifestyle you believe in, incorporating fresh-pressed juice into your life will benefit you. Read about the benefits here.
The daily juicing habit is a great way to take care of yourself; all you need are the proper tools. Through the juice classes you will learn everything you need to know about how to incorporate juicing into your daily life.
What does a Class look like?
After you have signed up and paid for the class you will receive a confirmation email within 24 hours and on the day of the class you will be invited to a Live Skype Video Call.
Each class is 45 minutes long + 15 minutes of community juicing - that's one full hour of juice knowledge. Juice classes are $16.99 (14,99€) each. Payment is possible through PayPal.
All questions you may have will be answered immediately.
After the Juice Class you will receive access to the Facebook community for juicing enthusiasts. It truly is so beneficial to be able to connect with people that share your passion for juicing and to help keep you on track when you are being challenged. There really is nothing like the support of a great community.
What you need?
You need a juicer! And Skype on your phone, iPad or PC to join the juice classes.
Next class in December.
Here are some topics that we will cover during the classes.
Juicing vs. BlendingBenefits of juicingFind the best juicer for yourselfWhat produce is good for juicing?How much juice do I need to drink?How can I store my juice?How to include daily juicing into your life?
Juice Feasting and Juice FastingShort Juice FastsLong Juice Fasts
If the topic your interest is not listed, please send me an email and will do my best to incorporate it into a juice class.
My Juicing Experience
Hi, I am David! For more than 5 years I have been making fresh juices almost daily. I completed many juice fasts ranging from 1 to 21 days.
Through the daily juicing, I have gained a lot of experience and inside, now I want to put some of them in the FAQs and offer Juice Classes.
On my Instagram you can find hundreds of photos of the juices I make, find out what’s in the juice and even watch my juicing videos.
Since birth, I suffered form eczema on my arms and hands, which later manifested on my legs and face as well. Changing my diet and adopting a plant-based lifestyle by integrating a lot of fresh fruit and vegetable juices has improved my health tremendously and is essential for me to this day.
Fresh juices have been an important part of my daily life for several years and has helped me to address the causes of eczema and to regenerate my skin. Today, I often get compliments about how great my skin looks.
In 2012 I quit my job, bought a backpack and a one-way ticket to Toronto, Canada.
When I came to Vancouver in fall of 2012, I met a new friend who was working at a raw vegan cafe in East Vancouver.
I was hanging out at the cafe, so I could talk to my friend and she asked me if I wanted a smoothie, my very first one!
It was so delicious! The smoothie was made with fresh almond milk, blueberries, dates, bananas and ginger and I'll always remember how delicious it tasted.
After enjoying my first smoothie I started eating more vegan and raw vegan food while in Canada - everything from green soups, to raw vegan sandwiches, and salads.
Prior to this trip abroad, I was eating a diet heavy in animal protein and lots of processed grains, so this was a big shift for me.
After a couple of months, I realized that I didn’t miss anything and was really happy and satisfied with a plant-based diet.
In summer of 2013, I transitioned from eating a high-raw diet to eating all raw, plant-based foods!
I went back to Berlin, but continued my new lifestyle of eating fresh living food, because I never felt better and my eczema disappeared.
In the fall of 2013, I bought a Green Star Elite juicer and have been juicing almost every single day since. Juicing has benefited me greatly and still does; this is why I'm really excited about fresh fruit and vegetables (especially in the form of fresh-pressed juice) because I experienced how powerful they are in helping me to regenerate my body. I love juicing, it has become my specialty and passion, and now I am excited to share it with you!
Over the years, I have completely many juice fasts ranging from 1 day to 21 days. I became an expert at juicing and love sharing my recipes and creations daily on my Instagram. I lovingly share my fresh juices with my friends and family and they are always so impressed withe delicious flavors and how energized they felled after drinking it.
If you have any questions about juicing and are interested in a professional coaching session - send me an email today.
I am happy to give you guidance during a juice fast or provide you with a full program for a juice fast including recipes.
My goal is to make your juicing experience simple and enjoyable.
Book a private consultation with me and get started today.
If you interested in a private consultation, you can email me here.
During a consultation we can focus on your specific circumstances and find individualized solutions.
I will use my intuition and the arm-lengths test developed by Uwe Albrecht and innerwise to find the right answers for you.
The price for a personal coaching is $89 per hour.
Payments are possible through PayPal.
1. How much juice do you drink to replace a meal?
At least 24oz (0.75 liters) up to 48oz (1.5 liters) per juice meal.
2. How much juice do you drink in a day?
From 32oz (1 liter) up to 1 gallon (4 liters) of juice per day.
3. What do you do with the pulp that is left over?
I compost the pulp. You can also use it as a base for raw vegan veggie burgers, crackers or cookies.
4. What is pulp?
The pulp consists of water-insoluble (solid) components of fruits and vegetables. The fiber of fruit and veggies cleanse the intestinal tract when eating them. However, the normal consumption of fruits and vegetables requires significantly more digestive energy than a freshly pressed juice. The juicer separates water-soluble components (juice) from the solid components of the fruit and veggies.
5. Is juicing wasteful because the pulp is not used?
Your body can not absorb the fibers of fruits, vegetables and herbs anyway and excretes them during bowel movements. Only water-soluble components that the body can absorb trough the intestinal villi get into the bloodstream and into the cells. In short, your digestive system is a juicer.
6. Is it safe to consume so much sugar through fruits and vegetables?
Every cell in the body needs simple natural sugars such as fructose, glucose - from fruits and vegetables - as fuel. Without fuel, no performance. Natural sugars from fruits and vegetables differ significantly in their way of working in body compared to processed sugars and sweeteners. Please do not confuse natural sugars (fructose, glucose) with unnatural sugars.
7. How long do you need to make 32oz (1 liter) of juice with a slow-juicer?
It takes 15-25min (depending on the ingredients) including cutting and cleaning of the juicer.
8. Do you drink packaged juice from the supermarket?
I only recommend fresh-pressed juices, as pasteurized (heated at high temperatures) juices from the grocery store are not nearly as powerful as fresh juices and often contain sweeteners and other additives. The heating of juices and foods leads to loss of oxygen, enzymes, minerals and vitamins in the food.
9. Can I press fresh juice for several days at a time?
If you store the juice in a mason jar or glass bottle and close it tight, it will stay fresh in the fridge for 24 hours.
Tip: If you use the Green Star Elite Juicer, then it will last up to 72 hours.
10. Do you always drink the juice directly after juicing?
Yes, most of the time I drink the juice directly after juicing, because the nutrient content and the taste are the highest. When I’m on the go I still take juice with me. I press in it the morning, put it in glass jar and drink throughout the day.
11.What is the best time to drink juice?
I think drinking juice is best for breakfast on an empty stomach, but also at any other time of the day. Any fresh juice that replaces a complete meal is great.
12. Which juicer do you recommend?
Green Star Elite GS-5000
13. Can I also use a centrifugal juicer at the beginning or do I need a slow-juicer?
Every juicer that you use is a good juicer.
14. What is the difference between a slow-juicer and a centrifugal-juicer?
Due to its slow speed and the gentle pressing process, the slow juicer reduces oxidation significantly, which means that the nutrient content, quality and taste are significantly higher in juice than by using a centrifugal juicer with high rpm. Plus, slow-juicers press much more juice from fruit and veggies. If you are juicing daily, you save a lot of money long-term because you need to buy less produce.
15. Why juicing?
Fresh-pressed juices have a revitalizing, cleansing, hydrating, alkalizing effect on the body and contain valuable enzymes, minerals, vitamins, antioxidants, phytochemicals. In the form of juice these nutrients are available to the body within a few minutes. The energy normally used for digestion can now be used to regenerate the body or to focus on creative and physical activities.
16. What do you juice?
Fruits, Vegetables, Herbs.
17. Which vegetables do you juice?
Leafy Green Vegetables (Lettuce, Spinach, Arugula, Kale, Kohlrabi Tops, Chard), Celery, Carrots, Beets.
18. Which fruits do you juice?
Melons, Grapes, Oranges, Apples, Cucumbers, Pears, Lemons, Limes, Grapefruit, Tangerines.
19. Which herbs do you juice?
Cilantro, Parsley, Dill, Ginger, Turmeric, Dandelion.
20. Which juices are your favorite ones?
I prefer to drink mono juices:
straight celery juice,straight orange juicestraight watermelon juice straight grape juicestraight coconut water
Some of my favorite juice recipes:
Apple, Carrot, GingerApple, Carrot, Beet Apple, Grapes, Lemon Apple, Cucumber, Lemon, Ginger, ParsleyOrange, Carrot, Ginger
You need Skype on your phone, iPad or PC to join the class and a juicer if you want to juice at the end of the class.Payment is only possible through PayPal
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