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Taking juice to work

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Posted by MikeE on 1 year ago

So I'm planning on starting a 60 day reboot on Feb 12, one week away. I usually leave for work at 8 in the morning and don't get home until 6pm usually. Will drinking 12-16oz in the morning and then taking a 32oz thermos to work get me through the day? Does the juice stay OK to drink through the day? I remember when I would store smoothies, they kinda seperate and get gross.

This topic contains 6 replies, has 1 voices, and was last updated by freedomtobe 11 months ago.

Replies To Taking juice to work

  • Buckmaster

    1 year ago

    I take juice to work and keep it in the refrigerator. If you don't have a fridge then the thermos should work as long as its a good one. Just shake it before drinking!

  • Alicat

    1 year ago

    Fill up your containers to the top. The less air the better. If I were you, I'd take 48 oz to work with you the first few days. Better to have more than not enough. My boyfriend only took 2 with him on day 2 and had a horrible day. The first few days your hunger feels out of control and it messes with your head. Good luck!!

  • Pinky

    1 year ago

    So how‘d it go? I‘m currently on day 5, but so far I was off work. Tomorrow will be my first day juicing in the office.

  • ronyip

    1 year ago

    I got the same question. I am on Day 1 and it's my first juice fast. I have taken with me a litre. Not sure if it's enough.

  • Buckmaster

    1 year ago

    A litre should be enough for lunch. You can always drink more water to get through the day. If you are in doubt, bring a little extra juice.

  • freedomtobe

    11 months ago

    I took 1.5 liter good air vacuum thermos, and my juice was cold from 7 am to 3pm. I drank a pint before I left, and 1.5 liter was enough until I got home at six thirty. Tomorrow though I will have a longer day, so I am thinking to take another smaller thermos I have also.

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