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Juice Cleanse Day 3

Sunday, September 08, 2013

Hi all! I didn't get a chance to post a video, but I wanted to give a quick update. Day 3 was by far the hardest day yet. It's hard for me to be out and around people because people always only talk about food! WTF? EVERYBODY want to talk about food all the time. I have been pretty good about smelling food, but today I smelled French fries straight from the fryer and I almost cried. I knew this was going to be difficult, but I underestimated it by far! In some ways this is the most I've ever stuck to a meal plan because it's easy to shrug off a few fries, but when all solid food is prohibited, it feels like I'm breaking a golden rule! Also, having this blog really has made me feel more inclined to stick to my guns. Yom Kippur is coming up and so I just started my fasting early ;)

I do miss chewing, though!

I will post a video blog tomorrow!

Night ALL!!!

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    That's some serious willpower!
    1750 days ago
    I think part of 'the problem' (if we should call it that) is that you have not yet experienced the benefits yet of the cleanse.
    So it's harder to ignore all the talk about food, the smells etc..
    (Which is why I think it's best to do a fast like this when you can take those days off, be out in nature, relax. To do it while you're working and in your regular environment may be asking very very much of yourself).

    I hop that you'll feel better soon. If it's a horrible experience to you you're not likely to continue with it! Be gentle with yourself.
    You CAN and you WILL find ways to be healthier. If it's not through juicing, or not this time through juicing, you can find other ways.

    1750 days ago

    Comment edited on: 9/9/2013 5:07:51 AM
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