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Day 12 - cheating

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Posted by DeltaTango on 5 years ago

I am on day 12...I have been doing awesome. Two days ago my wife bought almonds and I went crazy and had a tiny I felt a strong urge and bought a bag of cashews. I know you're not supposed to eat.

I am going to stick to fruits if I get cravings again but any advice or additional info on why all of a sudden I'm having this after I was doing so well?

This topic contains 2 replies, has 1 voices, and was last updated by DanMiller BettyRae 5 years ago.

Replies To Day 12 - cheating

  • DanMiller BettyRae

    5 years ago

    It's not cheating if you eat plants.

    My favourite all time quote from Joe Cross, " First, a Reboot is defined as a period of time where you commit to drinking and eating only fruits and vegetables. That’s right, I said eating! You just have to figure out what works best with your body and your lifestyle. It’s different for everyone. You may lose weight faster if you juice only, but it is perfectly fine to eat your fruits and veggies too! Do what works best for you."

    My personal favourite all-time quote from myself, " ITS NOT CHEATING IF YOU EAT PLANTS". Feel like eating or having a bite during your reboot regimen?...stick with plants and you'll stick with the reboot plan. Relax & Enjoy - Eat & Drink Plants to overcome obesity, food addictions, diabetes, heart disease, cancers, auto-immune disorders and most any other degenerative illness. Yes, it is as simple as that. :D

    There is a great video from Dr. Doug Lisle at the bottom of my profile wall -- it explains why these cravings come about when you are detoxing with juice and plant-based foods. Have a look here:

    And feel free to join the Juicing & Plant-Based Society where we address exactly your concerns.

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