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  • Alyssa commented on Really Need buddies for Support


    I’m in too! Just started today, I don’t even have an ultimate goal in mind. Hoping to hit 5 days and keep going if I’m feeling good then.

  • Leslie commented on Really Need buddies for Support


    Juice recipes I love, please share some of yours. I did buy Joe's book and you can find many recipes here on the site. Mean Green is one of my favorites i add a large chunk of ginger because I love it. If you are new to ginger, you may want to add less to begin with until you acclimate to the flavor. I posted a photo on ginger's benefits above. Some people ask for a cantaloupe recipe and then don't care for it but this one is good!



    Hawaiian Pear



    Ingredients: 2 pears, 1/2 a pineapple, 5 celery stalks, 5 kale leaves, 1 cup spinach, and 1 inch ginger.



    Juice the less liquid items 1st then the more juicy items last. I often like to use the celery stalks with the harder items to help push them through the juicer and add in their flavor.



    Grapefruit, Apple, Celery



    Ingredients: 2 Grapefruit, 2 small apples, 4 stalks of celery and 4 mint leaves.



    Juice the mint with the celery follow with the grapefruit and apples



    Yumi



    Ingredients: 2 sweet potatoes, 12 strawberries, 2 green apples



    Juice in order



    Cantaloupe Cocktail



    Ingredients: 1 cantaloupe rind removed, 8 large carrots, 6 celery stalks



    Juice the carrots, celery and cantaloupe



    Beach Babe



    Ingredients: I cucumber, 1 head romaine, 1 lemon, 1 lime, 1 orange, 2 apples, 1 pint of berries of your choice, and 4 carrots

  • Leslie commented on Really Need buddies for Support


    Juicing 101 Where to start? When I first started juicing there was very little information available. Now it is even more difficult for new juicers as there is so much information that it is hard to figure out what you need to know! The number 1 thing we want to do is prepare, start off watching Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead which details Joe Cross' 60 day reboot, as a way to heal with juice. This movie has inspired so many to be successful at juicing.



    Next remember to follow the 80/20 rule 80% vegetables to 20% fruit. Fruit yields much more juice than vegetables, and if you do 100% fruit juice it is much to much sugar. 8 kale leaves will produce less volume than an apple or pear however those leave appear larger than the fruit.



    Diabetics would want to use more vegetables and look for the fruits with a low glycemic index. I know that they do diabetic reboots here so it should be something to consider if you are going to pursue a reboot, if not be sure to talk with your doctor.



    Drink 4-6 16 oz juices each day, drink more if you are particularly hungry as this will often solve the hunger problem. Also drink a minimum of 64 oz of water daily. Coconut water is a good addition once a day and can be added to juice to improve electrolytes and may help you get through the detox at the beginning of the process.



    Drink what you like feel free to experiment with recipes, you can buy premade juices. The best being made fresh in the store, then *Cold pressed from organic produce*, followed by Organic juices not made from concentrate, and the least would be pastuerized juice as the vitamin content is diminished in the pasturiezing process.

  • Leslie commented on Really Need buddies for Support


    Going to post a few recipes and inspiration




  • Leslie commented on Starting 11/15/13 - REALLY need buddies for support


    Well I got my shopping done and started a new Buddies page in Newbies to see if I can get anyone interested once again. Check it out if you find it. xxxooo

  • Leslie commented on Really Need buddies for Support


    Yes most have become inactive so that is why I decided to try and start a new group. Welcome Michelle, I am going to post some recipes here as well, and I hope you will too.

  • Michele commented on Really Need buddies for Support


    I am in! I just started and I’ve been searching the webpage for such a group but unfortunately many of the groups seems to be inactive.

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