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How can broth be the highlight of the day?

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Posted by huskereurocat on 3 years ago

My wife and I are on Day 18 of our 60 day reboot. We are having a difficult day today with wanting something to chew. How is it that broth can be the highlight of one's day? We both are dying for a burrito from our local mexican restruant. We are resolved to stay the course though!!!!

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Replies To How can broth be the highlight of the day?

  • l1ttle_0ne

    3 years ago

    Haha, I feel you! Today is my first day, and I got excited when I found out I could have broth! I ran straight to the store! It was nice to have something warm, and savory.

  • eurocatbaby

    3 years ago

    Love your kitty in the picture. What is the kitty's name? My cat is Ozzy Osbourne. Because he likes to sing loudly at 3am in the bathtub due to the acoustics. Or get somewhere high and sing. Sometimes he just like to walk through the house yellowing for Sharon. Of course, when he closes his mouth his fangs hang down.

  • huskereurocat

    3 years ago

    We are on day 37 and still going! We still love the broth and have since started drinking it twice a day instead of just once since I started getting restless legs and the nutritionist said that I needed to increase the broth, my electrolytes were low. You will find the broth is needed from day one and am glad to hear that you already started it.

    Since this as well, the nutritionist said to increase our fat and protein starting around day 15 or so. What my wife and I did is added 1 Tbsp of hemp hearts 3 times per day with our juices. Fat and protein in one and they taste like cashews to me.

  • TigerLily0411

    3 years ago

    Do you put the hemp hearts through the juicer? Or are they added afterwards to the glass?

  • pstar

    3 years ago

    What kind of broth is ok?

  • eurocatbaby

    3 years ago

    Organic veggie broth there is recipe on website under soup for making broth. That is where my hubby huskereurocat got it from it is amazing and better then any store bought since they add chemicals for shelf life.

  • Hotmail

    3 years ago

    pstar: Clear veggie broth is recommended

    Well done huskereurcat, sounds great, am only on day 7 and started to feel very hungry, will increase the broth to twice a day, I tried to increase the juice but it maybe my body craving the salt etc, will try twice a day and see how it goes.

  • pstar

    3 years ago

    I had some chicken broth last night. Way too much salt. I'll try to find a veggie low salt alternative. I'm having some protein shales and coconot juice this time around.

  • huskereurocat

    3 years ago

    Just a note that the nutritionist said that veggie broth is recommended with the regular salt content during the reboot due to your body needing the salt.

  • pstar

    3 years ago

    Thanks. I picked some up some at walmart of all places. Not bad. I started feeling dizzy at 8 days my last re-boot and had to bail. I'm upping my protein via soy shakes and want to increase my electrolytes/salt this time with broth and coconut water.

  • huskereurocat

    3 years ago

    Another option for needed protein and fat after day 15 or so (that was according the nutritionist) is hemp hearts. A Tablespoon 3 times daily will give you 10g of protien and 13g of fat, that is for the day. They taste like nuts to my wife and I, we love them.

  • pstar

    3 years ago

    Are those available at teh supermarket or specialty?

  • huskereurocat

    3 years ago

    We buy in a bag at Costco but they should be available at the supermarket. In our supermarket (H-E-B) they are in the natural/vitamin section.

  • huskereurocat

    3 years ago

    TigerLily0411 - Take a look above,but I would eat them vs putting them in the juice. Yep, I know that it is technically messing up the juice only thing, but it is merely an option and we love it. It satisfies that chewing sensation and the fat in it helps quench your hunger receptors.

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