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:( off the fast until June

Monday, April 29, 2013

Sorry I have been away for a while, I was in the hospital on non-juice related heart arythmia. I've been told not to continue the fasting however, so that the doctors can check it all out. I'm back home today but I'm tired and bummed. Eating fruit and veggies again, but my stomach doesn't like it too much.

I'm hoping after my recovery from surgery I will be able to do another fast, and get back to running. For now I'm in bed and not supposed to "over-do-it". Whatever that means.

Best of luck to all my fellow juicers, I'll still be here reading your blogs and to support you guys.
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    Be careful, and get well soon.
    2154 days ago
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    2154 days ago
    Ditto on what they say emoticon keep us informed. I, for one, am with you.
    2154 days ago
  • JOHGLO2011
    Do what your doctor says! We only have one body and one life, so treat yourself well!
    Best wishes for a quick recovery! emoticon
    2154 days ago
    Thanks Smex, I'm doing low carb for now. Lots of veggies and some fruit and protein. I can't complain about a nice filet of sole, yum.
    2154 days ago

    Take all the time you need to heal. You can do juicing at anytime in your life. It has shown you that you can be successful on it - even with all the obstacles you have. So can you imagine how it will be when your operation and recovery will be over with?
    Keep us posted on how you are doing. We are here for you every step of the way, whether you do juicing, paleo, vegan or any other plan on this planet.
    Sending lots of positive and healing energy your way.
    Feel better,
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    2154 days ago
    Listen to your doctor and your body, good luck on quick recovery
    2154 days ago
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