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Post-10 Day All Juice Diet Plan

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Posted by JasonStroble007 on 6 years ago My wife and I are just finishing up on a 10 day all juice fast. We see, through the boards and articles, you recommend following a diet similar to days 1-3 and 11-15 of the classic reboot but were also wondering if we can include: -Legumes -Basmati rice (not other grains) -Beans (mainly black and adzuki) If not when can we work them back into our diet? We were thinking about introducing grains (breads, maybe rice if we can't have it right away) around day 3 but what do you suggest? Thank you!

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  • Stacy Kennedy

    6 years ago
    Hi Jason, congrats to you and your wife! Yes, start the transition like days 1-3 or 11-15 of the classic reboot and then you can add more like legumes beans and whole grains. Here are some specific tips and hints for making this transition - continue to include juice once or twice a day at first and once a day for as long as possible :) http://www.rebootwithjoe.com/after-the-reboot-next-steps-for-transitioning-to-a-healthy-plant-based-diet/ http://www.rebootwithjoe.com/simple-eating-guidelines/ http://www.rebootwithjoe.com/recipe-makeovers-part-2-healthy-meals-for-after-your-reboot/
  • JasonStroble007

    6 years ago
    Excellent ... thanks so much for all you're help Stacy.

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