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What to do after a juice feast?

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Posted by Feivel on 1 year ago

Hey there,

I'm going my juice feast in a few days and I'm wondering what to eat the first days and are there "rules" I can follow to maintain a healthy lifestyle? What is your experience?

Thanks for your help (and excuse my bad english, I'm from germany)!

This topic contains 4 replies, has 1 voices, and was last updated by nancywilson 6 months ago.

Replies To What to do after a juice feast?

  • Feivel

    1 year ago

    Oh sorry, wrong threat :(

  • Cecelia

    1 year ago

    You start eating fruits and vegetables and nuts and seeds. Plant based foods. Eat the solid form of what you've been juicing, add protein in the form of nuts and seeds. I'm a vegetarian,and I don't do dairy, but I eat eggs and I have no more than 2 slices of whole grain bread a day. Just add gradually what you want of healthy food.

  • Chelle

    1 year ago

    I am wrapping up my first 2 week reboot where I had either a smoothie, juice or whole vegetable (salad). I have lost 9 pounds in 11 days and want to lose a total of 50. I'm finding it difficult to stay on for longer spans because there are so many events I want to attend with friends, family and coworkers that don't work well with juicing. Plus I am craving popcorn!!

    I need advice asap for the following please:

    What do I eat to transition to a maintenance phase without regaining the weight?

    And - what is the most effective way to cycle between juicing/ reboots to maximize weight loss? I'm thinking of trying 2 weeks on then 1-2 weeks off.

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