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No of servings vs ingredients

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Posted by Panda on 2 years ago

HEllo. I am from Ottawa. Finished a 30 days program and what? I am keeping the 10 days program that combines juice and salads.

I was sick, tired, I cooked for my family all these days, including bacon, and I made it. If there is a will, there is a way.

I only have one question:

on 101 Juice recipes for 2 servings of Joe's Mean Grean you need the following:

— 1 cucumber — 4 ribs celery — 2 green apples — 8 leaves kale (Tuscan cabbage) — ½ lemon — 1" / 2.5cm ginger

then on the 10 day plan (lite) for Joe's mean Green, still 2 servings you need:

Ingredients: 16 kale leaves 2 cucumbers 8 celery sticks 4 apples 1 lemon 2-inch (5 cm) piece of fresh root ginger

have the tendency to believe the 10 Day Plan the quantities are wrong, and so are the nutritional values but need to confirm with someone...anyone ??

Thanks and God bless all !!

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Replies To No of servings vs ingredients

  • Claire Georgiou - ND

    2 years ago

    Dear Panda,

    Congratulations on your 30day reboot! I hope you are feeling the benefits from the plan.

    The 101 juice recipes aligns with a standard serve of 8oz while the 10day plan includes a full recommended serve for juice fasting or meal replacement of 16oz. So technically the 10day plan is correct for what we want to achieve for health and weight loss.

  • Panda

    2 years ago

    Thanks !!!

    Indeed I have had lots of benefits following the 30 days juicing.

    For me it did not work this plan as I have to stay within 1200 Cal per day.

    I took a closer look and for the 10 DAY PLAN for DAY 1 we total 1648KCal and DAY 2 1809KCal..

    I did not pay attention to this detail and found myself gaining weight but I am content that I caught this in time.

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