My parents got me a juicer last year for Christmas. I'd used it a few times over the year but I never let myself dive into juicing. While I was at my parents over Thanksgiving I watched the Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead documentary with a couple of my siblings. It sparked my interest a lot more and made me want to try this thing out. I decided I would juice for breakfast and lunch for as long as I could stand it. I did it for about a week and decided that we really couldn't afford for me to juice twice a day. I was still buying all the same groceries for Jordan and then the added veggies and fruits, it just didn't make sense. So I cut it to once a day, usually breakfast after I work out. I've really enjoyed it and definitely noticed extra energy. I thought it would be a hard taste to acquire but it hasn't been. It's possible that because I juiced a bit over the year it's made it easier, but either way. I started out getting my recipes from the documentary website. But now I've just been making them up with what I have in the fridge. Pineapple has recently been my favorite thing to add to my juices. I also really like kale because it doesn't change the flavor much but I think it's the energy booster I've been feeling. You really cannot mess up juicing once you get the hang of what portions work best. If you have any favorite recipes, let me know! I'm always wanting to try new ones.