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Juice Fasting...a serious waste of time and libido

Monday, April 23, 2012

"A juice fast is potentially dangerous if taken to the extreme, or not done in a prudent manner. Read the safety of juice fasting first. The human body has minimum requirements, and your health may be compromised if you don’t pay attention to the signals your body is giving you and respond accordingly. You know your body better than anyone: if you are sensing that it isn’t functioning properly during a prolonged juice fast, and simple changes aren’t making a difference, do be afraid to stop the fast, or talk with a trusted medical adviser."

Juice fasting is just a short term fad fix for something that is alot more complicated then getting a juicer and going to town on kale, spinach and other organic veggies. A balanced diet of proteins, fats, and carbohydrates is necessary for proper nutrition and juice fasting may actually contribute to malnutrition for the average person.

Please read the full clever and witty article on the real blog http://theskinnywhitebuddha.bl
ogspot.com/2012/04/juice-f
ast-and-furious.html

looks much better when viewed from the source IMO

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  • SCOTTSMYO
    Right on! The one thing that makes me laugh is when people claim that eating fruits and vegetables only somehow makes your plasma "alkaline". Any Bio-Chemistry enthusiasts would find this comical to say the least haha
    2273 days ago
  • FATHINSN
    Hmm, I don't think I will try juice fast, it sounds dangerous, especially if do it yourself and no supervision by experts - some people tend to DIY to get fast result, without discussing with doctors or the experts. I much prefer do fast as my religion taught us :D

    Thanks for the info, I even went to check out the link and another link embedded in the website :D
    2273 days ago
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