Suki, you mean like doing a juice fast? Yes, you could, although it might get a little boring having the same juice over and over again! You might want to check out my Juice Feasting 101 eBook for more ideas!
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Hi Barb, glad you feel inspired! If you’re worried about the effects of detoxing, why don’t you do what I’ve seen Joe suggest – to spend a week or more, before your reboot, eating a more plant based diet and cutting out processed foods and sugar, and THEN attempt a reboot. Might give your body more time to adjust. During my reboot there was a day, about day 4 or 5 I think, when I had to keep running to the bathroom, and had to stay home from work that day. It happened again a week or so later. But apart from that, and a day of headaches very early on, I didn’t experience anything too nasty. I guess it depends on toxic your life has been up till now. Just tell yourself, ‘It’s better out than in’. Good luck with your reboot!
I have a suggestion as to the Success Stories: write the date and year, they were published for the first time and where. It would be interesting to know, wheather they are quite new – or several years old…
Adding fat isn’t essential, but it helps your body absorb fat soluble vitamins and phytonutrients, and provides sustained fullness instead of a glucose spike and crash. Add a quarter or half of an avocado, some ground nuts or seeds, olive oil, or coconut oil to any juice to supply healthy fats. Protein has a similar satiation effect and has been shown to support weight loss, so consider adding some protein powder, nuts, or tofu to your juice.
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P.S. I don’t do a lot of different juices I keep it simple. I use spinach and bagged power greens, celery, cucumber, ginger, carrots and lemon. The one thing I do is seep rat the first 5 ingredients and down those and then drink the carrot and lemon slowly. I just don’t like the mix I don’t like the greens period but they are so good for me I drink them the carrot and lemon is amazing soooo good. I don’t use apples to much but I do on occasion.
LeeLee, while I’m not a doctor like Ron Kennedy, I’ve talked with plenty of medical professionals on the topic of colon cleanses during your juice fast. It’s really up to you if you want to do it as I find some say it’s not necessary while others say you should. I’ve never done it but it’s not going to hurt your fast if you do choose to do it. So it’s really your decision.
Hello!! I weight 227 I am 5’2 and I need to lose 60lbs or more. I was going to start juicing in the morning and having Greek yogurt for lunch with another juice and for dinner a salad with some chicken and no fat dressing. Will that help me lose weight? Also I will be walking/jogging 30mins a day. Please give me any advice u have!!! I need help.
Though this recipe once again calls for the liver-cleansing powers of beetroot, you’ve probably noticed that its focus is those delicious orange vegetables – carrots. This recipe is perfect for those moments when you’re feeling sluggish, bloated, and a little squishier around the mid-section.
Pomegranate juice contains nutrients and antioxidants that make it beneficial for your body. The juice may also help contribute to weight loss, particularly if you consume it in place of unhealthy beverages. Talk to your doctor about the most effective way to lose weight before you begin any weight-loss plan.
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