Juicing is a popular form of bodily cleansing and dieting. Some people use a juicing plan to rehabilitate the digestive system or to bring bodily functions back into balance. Others like to follow a three or seven-day juicing plan to quickly shed unwanted pounds that seem to come from nowhere, such as during holidays. Whatever your reasons for beginning a juicing plan, the recipes in this report will make it simple for you. We’ve included recipes for juices that are the most recommended for the first few days, along with recipes for juices that can be used to re-enter the world of eating a healthy diet. All the recipes are simple to make, and all the ingredients are readily available in your local grocery store. Fruits and vegetables along with a few herbs and seasonings comprise what you will need in your refrigerator or pantry. Juicing has never been so “at your fingertips” as this report will make it. Drag out your juicer from the bottom cabinet, assemble some fresh fruits and vegetables and enter the world of juicing - you’ll find your energy peaked and your body refreshed. You’ll be glad you did!Why try a juicing plan? Juicing provides many advantages for the body that move you toward optimal health. Some of the many advantages of adopting and following a juicing plan are: Juicing jumpstarts weight loss Juicing helps to reset your system to crave health foods, not junk Juicing promotes clear, smooth skin Juicing helps with detoxification of the skin and body Juicing is a great aid for proper digestion Juicing boosts the immune systemMost juicing plans last for about three days, during which person only drinks liquid made mostly from fruits and vegetables, most often called smoothies. This approach helps to regain vitality, start weight loss and jumpstart health eating habits. More importantly, juicing gets your diet in alignment with the goal of obtaining optimal wellness. To make it easier to incorporate the right juices at the right time while on a juicing plan, the Rainbow Guide below indicates what color of juice should be drunk at certain times of the day:Time of DayColor of JuiceCommentsWake Up2 glasses of hot waterFlavor with lemon and/or gingerBreakfastOrange or RedMid-morningUnflavored Coconut WaterDrink 16 ouncesLunchGreenAfternoon snackGreen or RedDinnerGreenDessertPurple or OrangeBedtimeHerbal TeaUse only stevia to sweetenAll DayWater (Cold or Room Temp.)Drink a minimum of 8 glassesFortunately, there is enough variety in each “color” of juice to keep a juicing plan from becoming boring. Even is a person doesn’t care for a particular fruit or vegetable, the combination of ingredients will make the drink more acceptable, even to those with picky palates.Here are a few hints to help overcome some problems you might have on a juicing plan: Reduce the bitterness of citrus fruit by peeling it before processing If you don’t like beets, substitute red cabbage for it Kale is an excellent choice for any green juice, but substituting spinach, chard or collards will work Experiment. Don’t hesitate to replace a red fruit with another red fruit or an orange vegetable with another orange vegetable. Stay with the plan. If you feel hungry, drink water. Don’t skip a juice during the day; it cannot be regained by drinking two juices at the next scheduled time to have one.As with any detoxification or dieting plan, seek the advice of a medical professional to make sure the plan is the best one for you to follow.Pick up your copy today... Enjoy!