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The Juice Master: Turbo-charge Your Life in 14 Days [Kindle Edition]

Jason Vale
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Book Description

A practical 14 day diet plan with 30 raw energy recipes from leading health coach and seminar leader, Jason Vale – aka The Juice Master. A motivational read with a practical plan that will inspire you to fuel your body with the right stuff!

Jason Vale is fast becoming the UK's most popular health coach. Here 'the Juice Master' offers his first ever 14 day diet programme.

It includes:
- no wheat, no yeast, and 'man made' carbs at lunchtime only
- 70% of your daily menu to be water-rich 'live' foods
- not eating 3 hours before going to bed
- exercising twice a day for 45–60 mins
- TV and recreational computer time being kept to a max of 2 hours a day
- 30 great recipes, including Green Veggie Power Soup, Turbo Salad, Protein Snack Attack and Green Power Smoothie

Jason Vale tackles the most common excuses we use to let ourselves off the hook: 'I can't because… I've got a slow metabolism… I don't have time…' and offers inspirational stories of people who have overcome giant obstacles to achieve their goal.

This book will help you move from a dieting mentality to one where you focus on what you can have rather than what you think you can't have.



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Review

‘What made me change was reading a book by Jason Vale. He was the first person who said ‘It’s up to you!’
ANNE DIAMOND in The Daily Mail

‘Your book has been invaluable to me and has changed my way of thinking completely. I feel enlightened and lucky to have come across you in my life journey. If you’re in Harrogate sometime, maybe we could meet over a fresh cup of…juice! Thanks again bud.’ Ramesh Mehay

‘Thank you, thank you, thank you for your brilliant book…Even my husband, who is very much an ‘eat as little fruit and veg as possible’ kind of person, is reading the book and, after just a few days of cutting out the rubbish, is ‘hooked’ on this way of thinking and eating.’ Lynne Pritchard

About the Author

Jason Vale, the Juice Master, is a successful health and lifestyle coach and TV presenter. A fantastic advert for what he preaches: fit and healthy, he is a former chocolate-bingeing, lager-drinking chain smoker who has turned his life around, and since 1994 he has personally helped thousands of people destroy their cravings for the unhealthy products we’re addicted to. His seminars are consistently sold out.


Product details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2076 KB
  • Print Length: 273 pages
  • Publisher: Thorsons (10 Jun. 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0007194226
  • ISBN-13: 978-0007194223
  • ASIN: B003VWDOLQ
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (285 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #19,389 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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"There's a huge amount of persuasive power in what Jason says, helped considerably by the fact his delivery is an entertaining mix of the comic styles of Lee Evans, Norman Wisdom and Eddie Izzard." - Daily Mail


Jason Vale, aka 'Juice Master', is the best-selling author of eleven books on health, addiction and juicing. His books have now sold over 3 million copies and have been translated into many languages. His most well known book - 7lbs In 7 days: The Juice Master Diet - went to number one of all books on Amazon and on Play.com it even knocked the Da Vinci Code from the top spot.

Jason wasn't always slim and healthy; he used to suffer from severe psoriasis, eczema, asthma, hay fever and obesity. He used to smoke 2 - 3 packets of cigarettes a day and drank very heavily, drinking up to 14 pints of lager a day. He has used juicing as the main tool to clear his skin, drop the weight and free himself of illness. He is now on a mission to 'Juice The World' and help people to turn their health around using natural means where possible.


"The Jamie Oliver Of Juicing" - OK! Magazine

Jason has also released a series of health and addiction apps for Android and iOS. Each of these have reached No.1 in their respective categories, beating Jamie Oliver, Nigella Lawson, Gordon Ramsey etc in 'highest grossing' in the extremely competitive 'Food & Drink' category. Over half a million 'Jason Vale' apps have now been sold.

"The juice programme works. If it can work for me it can work for anyone." - Katie Price (Jordan)

In 2002 Jason was asked by Moulinex to be the face of their juicers. Moulinex soon became the best-selling juicer in the country. In 2005 Philips headhunted Jason to be the face of their range of juicers and blenders in the UK and throughout Europe. Philips soon became, and remained, the best-selling juicer during Jason's endorsement.

In 2013 Tristar products approached Jason to be the new 'Jack La Lanne' in the USA. The Fusion Juicer, and Jason, have been a real hit in the US so Tristar extended the agreement to make it global.

Jason is now the worldwide face of the Fusion range of juicers and blenders.


"The Most Successful Juicing Programme In The World" - OK! Magazine


Jason regularly appears on radio, television and in the press. Some of the Magazines and TV Shows Jason has appeared on include:
This Morning, Lorraine, The Wright Stuff, Sunday Brunch, Alan Titchmarsh Show, Gaby Logan, Gaby Roslin, Steve Wright, Chris Evans, BBC, GMTV, RTE, to name but a few. He has also appeared on QVC USA and QVC UK promoting his range of juicers.


His latest project has been the groundbreaking film Super Juice Me! One Disease - One Solution? The UK Premiere took place at London's prestigious Odeon 'West End' on Leicester Square to a celebrity packed audience. The film has received 5* reviews and hundreds of thousands of people viewed the film in its first week.

"When it comes to juicing for health and well-being there's only one man for the job, the undisputed king of juicing Jason Vale! He will literally change your life!" - Alesha Dixson (Singer and judge on Britain's Got Talent)

Celebrities who have been reported as having done a Jason Vale Juice Programme include:

Gary Lineker, Jennifer Aniston, Drew Barrymore, Sarah Jessica Parker, Naomi Campbell, Katie Price, Amanda Holden, Beverley Knight, Alesha Dixson, Sarah Harding, Ashley Roberts, Phil (The Power) Taylor, Carol Vorderman, Aled Jones, Tulisa Contostavlos, Eamonn Holmes, Katherine Ryan, Gemma Atkinson, Emma Willis, Matt Willis, Harry Judd, Tom Fletcher, Danny Jones, Calum Best, Tamzin Outhwaite, Angela Griffin, Samantha Womack, Kerry Katona, Marvin Humes (JLS), Rochelle Humes (The Saturdays) Frankie Sandford (The Saturdays), Katie Piper, Jason Gardiner, Scott Mills, Jennifer Ellison, Natasha Hamilton, Rylan Clark, Casey Batchelor, Linda Barker, Cherry Healey, Abi Titmus, Amanda Byram, Alison Hammond, Gemma Cairney.



"When the alarm goes off at 7am I head downstairs and get out the juicer. I throw in three carrots, four florets of broccoli, some cucumber, celery, an apple and a tiny piece of ginger. After reading Jason Vale's Juice Master book a couple of years ago, I've become a complete convert" - Simon Nixon (Internet Entrepreneur & Co-Founder of moneysupermarket.com)




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202 of 211 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good, motivational book. 15 Oct. 2006
Format:Paperback
I was given this book by a friend of mine who'd read it and found it very helpful. I wasn't hugely overweight, but was finding it hard to lose the 2 stone I wanted to drop. I read the book in one sitting - it was a little bit happy clappy/preachy in places, but if you take the advice in it then you will benefit from it. I don't think it's realistic for many people to totally give up alcohol, but cutting down won't hurt, and not having any for 2 weeks isn't something anyone should have a problem with.

The recipes given in here have introduced me to things I would never have touched before, and I feel so much healthier it's untrue - I have a juice for breakfast every day, and the difference it's made to my life is massive; I have so much more energy now it's amazing, and I was losing 2 lbs a week without too much effort or discomfort!

There is some repetition between Jason Vale's various tomes, but the advice given is good, and visualisation is an important tool to motivate yourself - without it you will go off-track quickly. Over a year later I'm still eating well, so it's made a permanent change to my attitude.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars the same? 25 Nov. 2012
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
i read the one week book and really enjoyed it The Juice Master Diet: 7lbs in 7 Days , so i desided to get this one the two week turbo charge...... half of it is exactly the same. i mean its not bad to have a reminder, but i am pretty sure he had just coppied and pasted 160 pages? So that was a little disapointing and repetitive. I have only just gotton to the new stuff but i am already a lil fed up i paid for both, maybe he should have just one book if he doesnt have anough to fill too. Buy his resipy book its much more useful and fun especially the section for if you have a particular health complaint like a headache.
Juice Master Keeping It Simple: Over 100 Delicious Juices and Smoothies
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96 of 106 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A book full of great inspiration and humour! 22 April 2005
Format:Paperback
As soon as I got this book and read it, I just couldn't wait to get started. After trying to inspire myself to go on yet another diet after years of trying to loose weight, that says alot! I am now on day 7 and have lost alot of weight! I found the first day quite difficult and had a tremendous headache, however I woke up the next day feeling great. Every day I feel better and better. Not only have I lost weight after years of trying to diet, but I also have alot more energy to keep up with my 3 children under 8 years old. This is the exact boost that I needed, thanks to a kick up the bum from Jason Vale! He doesn't pussyfoot around the fat issues and gets straight to the point. This is a great book for anybody who has been making pathetic excuses not to get healthy! As Jason says: THERE ARE NO EXCUSES!! The great bonus of this book is that the recipes are delicious and easy to make. This of course is a great help if you want to stick to the programme.
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51 of 59 people found the following review helpful
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I really love this book, and with it's help I've lost 21 lbs in 5 weeks ! Great as that is it's meaningless unless you adopt lifestyle changes to keep it permanent, and with this book I feel I've now got a system to make it work and "keep it real" on a long term basis.
Not only is it full of hard-hitting home truths but it's delivered in an amusing and inoffensive way. There's none of that holier-than-thou sanctimonious stuff which personally puts my back up! I find Jasons "Get Real" attitude totally refreshing and liberating which in the end encourages you to succeed.All the factual information concerning our dietry needs and sins is facinating and really sets you up to make informed decisions in the future.
The weekly plans are easy to follow and each day has plenty of scrumptious meal choices, plus once you've completed the 14 day plan there's lots of other really healthy and delicious recipies to try - check out the soups !
Although primarily designed for people working a 5-day week, just adapt it to suit your lifestyle. I run 2 businesses, work 7 days a week and struggle to find any spare time to fit in exercise, but where there's a will there's a way and anything you can manage is better than nothing. This book was the motivation I needed to make a couple of small changes to my daily routine which have had enourmous beneficial consequences.
It's down to you, but a good start is to buy it, read it and DO IT. You'll feel fantastic and your body will thank you for it.
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43 of 50 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars good and bad points 3 Sept. 2011
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
There are good and bad points to this book. So in the interests of getting off on a positive foot, here are the good points first:

- Jason Vale is very motivating. He writes in a straight forward, 'tough love' sort of way which really makes you realise the kinds of excuses you make to yourself and want to get off your backside and do something. (However, this also doubles up as a bad point - I'll come back to that).
- He emphasises the benefits of a healthy diet in terms of treating serious diseases. This is always something I have felt very strongly about. While drugs obviously play a role, the human body is a naturally self healing machine and needs healthy food to thrive. He cites some interesting cases of people who have cured themselves of cancer purely by drinking and eating a huge number and variety of raw fruit and vegetables. He also wisely says that healthy food is not 'alternative'; drugs are 'alternative'. He also points out that if fruit and veg can cure cancer, then it will have quite a spectacular effect on people who are merely overweight or lacking in energy.
- He points out the benefits of a holistic approach to health - from exercise to nutrition to mental health and a positive attitude. It is clear that, if you follow the 14 day approach, you will, as Jason says 'literally send a rocket booster' up your backside in terms of energy (although his use of the word 'literally' concerns me somewhat!)

So what are the bad things?

- Returning to Jason's writing style, although it can be motivating, it can sometimes topple over into having the opposite effect. He uses bad language which is something funny, but sometimes aggravating. He constantly points out how stupid people are for eating badly, and pathetic, delusional, etc.
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