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Is JUICING good for you?

Is the screech of a juicer the soundtrack to your morning? Did you ring in the New Year with a kale ‘cleanse’? If so, you’re far from alone. Juicing is a craze that won’t go away – but is it healthy, harmful or little more than hype? Sue Quinn extracts the facts


Juicing is an international revolution. Led by celebrities and so-called wellness gurus, it’s been gaining popularity for years, with vast quantities of fruit and veg liquefied each day in the name of nutrition.

Juice detoxes and cleanses are touted as cures for everything from flagging energy to bad skin, while juice recipe books make the bestseller lists and juice delivery schemes boom. It’s no surprise that cookware store Lakeland recorded a 400 per cent increase in sales of juicers during 2015. But is extracting fruit and veg really good for us? Opinion is deeply divided; while millions evangelise the health benefits of juicing, the scientific evidence is scant.

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May brings longer, warmer days and bank holidays, perfect for Peter Gordon's new salads, John Whaite's easy sharing feasts, meat-free dinner party mains and recipes that cook in the oven while you walk in the countryside. There's a 16-page section for Sabrina Ghayour to share her Middle Eastern-inspired cooking as well as new asparagus recipes, a guide to choux pastry and Ben Tish's salt hake fritters. And finally, we look for the best cheese toastie in the world.