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The Day After The Cleanse - Fail. Epic Fail.

Saturday, August 18, 2012


So, today was the long-awaited (well, three-days-awaited) day to return to "real" food. The BPC authors made a point to stress that, just as it was important to prepare for the cleanse, it's important to ease out of it. And that's pretty much what I didn't do.

I was sooooooo excited to eat real food. And I kind of let that carry me away. I started out ok, green juice then smoothie with yogurt. I know they said fruits and veggies, but I really missed yogurt and it had to return. Then blended soup and grilled zucchini for lunch. And then the rails came off. Trail mix, cereal and milk, peanut butter. God, I was so hungry!

Of course, I feel awful now. Not just physically, but my stomach is strained. I feel foggy, my head just isn't clear. And I don't want to undo all the good results and hard work I put into this.

So tomorrow I plan on going back to more juice. I don't have this balance thing down (let's be honest, I never have). On the juice, I felt in control, like I knew what I was doing. Yea, I know, I can't do this for a long time, but I feel terrible right now. I'm thinking the "Juice til Dinner" plan to ease back into food.

What I'm saying is, they're serious about having an exit plan. I wasn't, and now I'm paying the price, mentally and physically.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
KALIGIRL 8/20/2012 9:18AM

    Here's to your new exit plan emoticon

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NIKKICOLE83 8/18/2012 4:29PM

    Gosh I can only imagine how you feel. Maybe tomorrow you do juice for breakfast, have a light mid-afternoon snack, juice for lunch, a light pre-dinner snack and then a very light dinner?

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