The cost to juice

You can read my professional Blog HERE to see why I chose to stop my juice fast :/


About Imkjac

I love my work. I also love the following things: God, my boys, my family, dogs, cats, writing, photography, reading (a bit of a lit geek actually), cooking, being outdoors, hiking, fishing, film, music, Spotify, beards, tattoos, board games, TV (also a TV geek), Netflix, pajamas, antiquing, interior decorating (DIY), blankets, polar bears, art, food. I dislike these things: elevators, heights, unclear water, bridges. Thanks for reading my blog and hoping it brings some comfort and joy to others.
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One Response to The cost to juice

  1. Judy Hartley says:

    Why not just do one juice a day? Especially first thing in the morning – if you have time – or do that at weekends if not? Yes, juices oxidise if left to stand so you’re right, they really need to be consumed within 20 minutes or so to derive full benefit from them.
    You could also consider doing a 7-day juice ‘fast’ (not really a fast, because you are consuming nutrients – more like a diet) when you have the chance. Perhaps take a week off work? Ideally find a centre where you can be supervised (there’s one here in the UK for instance, at Ludlow, the Living Foods Centre – brilliant). Or there used to be Tanglewood in the States. But if you can’t find a suitable centre, or can’t afford this, just try it yourself.
    Even do a real, water fast for 7 days – hugely therapeutic. But that really does need to be supervised. And you need help – to fetch and carry water, take you to and from the loo if you start getting feak and weeble towards the end of the 7 days. Well worth it, though!
    Good luck!

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