“The Juice Lady” Shares Keys to Health and Healing Through Juicing

(© Kerry Sherck Photography)
(© Kerry Sherck Photography)

Former missionary Lois Sobkoviak suffered from rheumatoid arthritis so debilitating she was practically bedridden. She prayed for healing, but nothing seemed to change. Then she saw nutritionist Cherie Calbom on an episode of Sid Roth’s It’s Supernatural talking about God’s power to heal through juicing.

After googling Calbom, Sobkoviak and her daughter decided to travel from Chicago to attend a health retreat Calbom was hosting in New Mexico. “It was very hard for her to get around at the retreat,” Calbom says. “She could barely move … and was in a lot of pain.”

At the retreat, Sobkoviak participated in a three-day juice fast, which was followed by a raw foods meal. She also received prayer and learned about proper nutrition, juicing and the power of emotional detoxing.

The result still has Calbom shaking her head.

Sobkoviak arrived on a Sunday, but by Wednesday she was taking steps without a walker. On Thursday, she was walking completely on her own and was pain-free.

“When she walked into the dining hall, the whole room burst into tears and cheers and applause because they knew how bad off she was when she got there,” Calbom says.

Calbom is the author of more than 25 books on juicing and whole foods nutrition, including her latest, The Juice Lady’s Anti-Inflammation Diet, which releases this month, The Juice Lady’s Big Book of Juices and Green Smoothies and Juicing for Life, which has sold roughly 2 million copies. She can rattle off dozens of stories like Sobkoviak’s—people whose lives were transformed when they discovered the healing power of juicing. But Sobkoviak’s testimony is particularly exciting to the woman affectionately known as “The Juice Lady,” because Calbom has always felt her true mission is to help the body of Christ become healthy and whole.

“My real heart is for God’s people,” says Calbom, who leads popular juice and raw foods cleansing retreats around the nation with her husband, Father John Calbom, a Russian Orthodox priest. “We each have a unique, individual purpose that’s part of [God’s] big purpose. And there are so many Christians who are not engaged much at all with what’s going on with God’s great purpose because they’re not feeling well.”

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SOURCE: Charisma News
Adrienne Gaines

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