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Juice Fast Day 1

Tuesday, January 01, 2013

Well I made it through day one. Overall I felt pretty good today. I walked on the treadmill a bit. I felt hungry only when I smelled food my family was eating. I took in a lot of water. Over a gallon. I drank some green tea in the evening. I thought I would have headaches form no coffee (i usually drink a pot a day). However, I had none. maybe all the water helped.

starting weight: 239.2
WAs really upset when I saw that number. Highest weight in over two years. I had my son take some before pictures of me, but honestly don't want to post them. Hoping I will be proud to post them next to after pictures in the future.

My Day One Juicing:
I started the day with 32 ounces of water. I then made my juice for the day.
For breakfast I had:
...I used a lot of blueberries, but was a little shocked at how the celery took over the taste. It was good, just expected it to be sweeter.

I then made what I thought would be my juice for the rest of the day:
tomatoes (very light on tomatoes as not big on them)
I ended up with 32 ounces of this juice that I stored in a glass jar for the remainder of the day. I had half for lunch and saved the other half for dinner.

Between lunch and dinner I needed a pick me up and made:
I liked this one a lot.

Bring on tomorrow.

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    I use frozen veggies when making smoothies, but all fresh since making juice. I have not been thinking about amounts, just kinda doing it. However, so I can remake ones I like, I think I will begin keeping track of amounts too. Thanks for all your support.
    1389 days ago
    Sounds good, I'm curious about the amounts, and whether you used fresh or frozen fruits and veggies.
    1389 days ago
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