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60 day juice feast: optional morning routine

Saturday, November 24, 2012

My willpower is buckling tonight. I have not given in, even for a moment. But, I had to leave the kitchen. I decided to grab my juice and post my 29th day blog entry. I took some pictures of an (optional) morning routine. This is working for me this week and thought I would share.

Morning Routine Option:

1. use a juice list that gives you juices for an entire day, including all ingredients and how much it will make

2. Using a citrus press, squeeze your lemons into each of your jars. Another option is to peel each lemon and juice them in the juicer. Not a fun option in my opinion.

3. Prep and rinse all of your fruit and veggies

4. Peel your citrus and start juicing!

Your entire days juice is ready for the fridge. You don’t have to think about your juicer for the rest of the day! This could take up to 45 minutes or more depending on how much prep you have with your veggies. Those apples were seconds (called horse apples) and ugh! They took a while to cut out the bad stuff.

I hope this helps you get into a routine for good health!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
SCOJEN 12/11/2012 8:56PM

    LOL! No peel your citrus LOL!

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HOPEFULHIPPO 12/11/2012 6:18PM

    I tried throwing in a whole orange....peel and all. whoops. emoticon

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FITSMALLCLOTHES 11/25/2012 11:57AM

    Beautiful pictures of a food feast. Yes, preparation is required in all areas of life where we are successful.
The health benefits are amazing for this varied raw, clean eating.
You are doing great!

I am with you in spirit.


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ERIN1957 11/25/2012 6:04AM

    You are amazing and will have victory with the work you are doing.
Preparing in life is a must for all areas even spiritual.

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