June 21, 2012


Juicing has become a healthy habit for me.

I believe it helped me walk again at only 12 sessions of Physical Therapy after a stroke at 53.

I had a delayed menopausal period because of juicing and it helps stabilize many organs of the body.

Come join me at Health for Life Blog Page for more of my testimony regarding juicing and you will be inspired to get down with it.  Plus there are a lot of healthy literature you will find.

Diane is a licensed Practical Nutritionist and has gone out of her way to share her own miracle healing.

1.  Carrots-Apple-Cucumbers-Celery-Beets-Bitter Gourd
2.  Carrots-Apple-Cucumbers-Moringa (Local Malunggay Leaves) or Spinach or any green leafy veggie of choice like kale.
3.  Or any combinations of the above whichever is prolific and in season.
 4.  At times, I combine ginger and or garlic in my juice or eat them as is or in dishes.  Ginger has a lot of benefits for the body too.
 5.  I eat raw tomatoes or include it in my juice.
The most benefit I get from this is the good waste disposal, energy, cardiovascular benefits, anti-cancer, vitamins and minerals as well as detoxifying.  Some says that it is also a slimming method.

But in all these, have the best for how it can benefit you.  Do it with all the necessary pros and cons evaluated.  Remember God has provided us with all the fruit-bearing trees and all the healthy natural herbs and veggies.  We should choose what is good and right for us.

For more information regarding the benefits of each fruit and vegetable, you may google them or go to this site: Health for Life.

This post is a special request by Diane, as my personal testimony on Juicing. 

Please join us there by clicking on the link:  Health for Life.  My testimony is in this page: Testimonies.

God bless y'all!

1 Corinthians 6:19-20

English Standard Version (ESV)

19 Or do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit within you, whom you have from God? You are not your own, 20  for you were bought with a price. So glorify God in your body.

Genesis 1:29

English Standard Version (ESV)

29 And God said, “Behold, I have given you every plant yielding seed that is on the face of all the earth, and every tree with seed in its fruit. You shall have them for food.

...... and for every good gift, there is a responsibility coupled with it. As good stewards, let us all care for this body that God gave us as well as the Spirit and the Soul and the Mind housed inside it.  He made it His dwelling, once you have invited Him in personally.


  1. Thanks for sharing what sounds like great recipes! I used to not like veggies as much but what was wrong was because I always said "No!" even before trying. Now, I love salad and try to incorporate greens with the meals. If we really think about it, most of the food we buy are preserved, laden with preservatives which are not good for our bodies.

    So true, how can we function to serve the Lord if we are also not healthy physically? May you have a blessed rest of the week, remaining strong in His mighty power. Thank you for your encouragement. God bless.

  2. God bless you and yours too, Rosell.

  3. Love your recipes!!!! Thank you so much for writing your testimony. It will give encouragement to many!

  4. I do not juice much, but I am eating many more fresh fruits and vegetables than ever... drinking some organic carrot juice too. Yes, these foods bring and protect our health. I'm so glad it helped in your recovery! Thanks for sharing!

  5. I love this, Lolly! (I'm trying your love for me with these names. Heheh) I love Lolly! It sounds playful and sweet. But I digress: You have given me a saving idea for Paige, who HATES vegetables and won't eat any! Here's a video of me torturing her by making her eat 2 darn peas! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S_ZLlSAaQYw

  6. Hi Lolita,

    Juicing can be a yummy healthy choice. I use mine infrequently but am glad to have it when I do. I also like to eat raw fruits and veggies often too.

    Thanks for your encouraging comments on my site about my move. I have found the coffee pot and brewed it in my new home now. :)

    Have a great week.

    Jennifer Dougan

  7. @V-

    Yes, that is a nice nickname for a sweet Lolly or Lollipop!

    Thank you, my beloved V.

    I got the video, but I am gonna go back because my sound blaster in the office is not functioning. Perhaps I will play it with my son's laptop.

    Thank you for that, I can see that she is telling something and I can see that Claire is a pea eater. Good for her. Doesn't Paige like it even if stuffed in a Shepherd's Pie? My step daughter makes a very delicious recipe of that stuffed with peas, carrots, sweet corn and ground beef.

    How precious!

  8. @D-
    I do hope they are gonna go over to your H4L blog, Diane.

    It prompts me to go on.

  9. @Jen,

    I am so happy for you, Jen.

    I know you would enjoy the new home and the community.


  10. It is ok to eat them raw, Pam. Only if you need instant boost, you juice, because of fast delivery to the organs.

    I have been going on with your advice over the carpal tunnel thing, I am now improving and am not getting those pain I felt before at dawn with my hands and arms.


  11. Oh, Pam.

    I forgot to mention what the advice you gave me.

    Pineapples have something which helped Pam improve her carpal tunnel syndrome and I am now eating fresh pineapples and drinking lots of pineapple juice-unsweetened.

  12. This post is a blessing. I am thankful that I was able to connect to you and Diane, not an accident of course. I've been into juicing my vegetables for the past four months, and I have already seen a lot of improvement in how I feel. I sure am interested to know more about the health benefits and more recipes. I heard from my friends that fresh fruits and vegetables should not go together, as the fruit juice will ferment the vegetable juice, and will neutralize the positive effects of juicing. Is this true? I noticed that you put fruits and vegetables together. Well, please help me know more, and I will also go to the links you provided.

    Thank you so much, dear Lolita, for this post.


  13. This sounds great! I just might try it! Thank you very much! Patsy from

  14. Hi there, Ms. Patsy, glad you could visit.

    Let me know what you think.


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