Recently I decided to give juicing a chance since I'm lazy and find myself not eating nearly enough vegetables on a daily basis (fruits are much easier for me to consume). For those of you unfamiliar with juicing, all it is is taking fruits and vegetables (mostly vegetables) and using a juicer to separate the juice (what you drink) from what's left--the pulp (which personally i discard because there theoretically should be no nutrients left in the pulp, only fibre). It is not very time consuming. It takes me about ten minutes to prepare my veggies and five minutes to rinse the juicer after finishing. It goes without saying that fruits and veggies are extremely good for us in numerous ways. Several noticeable effects I've noticed in the first few weeks of juicing is softer skin, healthier hair, and a general sense of well being. I've grown to love juicing, and I juice daily. The fruits and veggies I've used thus far are carrots, apples, cucumber, ginger root, lemon, tomato, sweet potato, various leafy greens like spinach, bell pepper, broccoli, lime, asparagus, and some others I'm forgetting. I plan to keep trying to diversify my ingredients and try new things. Juicing certainly has increased my grocery bill, although I find myself spending much more time in the produce section and avoiding junk food. The juicer i bought is a Black and Decker that I payed under $40 from Amazon. It works great, I recommend it. Eventually I do see myself upgrading to a more expensive model that has a bigger chute, stronger motor, and better extraction. So, does anyone else juice? Have any recommended recipes? Any questions about juicing? I would highly recommend juicing to anyone and everyone.