nine-day "master cleanse" only because he was able to do so on the
comfort of his couch. This is great advice for two reasons: napping
is essential; and lest you want the bosses at work to think you've
picked up a nasty meth habit in the last few days, it's best to leave
your frequent pee breaks for the privacy of your own throne.
several cups of herbal tea, and enough water to fill up a kiddie pool.
So far, so good with the exception of the incessant whining from my
Jill Schneider, who tells me what no former chubby kid ever wants to
hear -- these cravings could be coming from a sugar addiction. She says
to up the greens (like kale, celery, wheatgrass, and cucumbers) into your
daily drinks and this will help rid your body of any sugar cravings.
Schneider's own path to juicing started over 30 years ago when, as a
cervical cancer survivor and school teacher, she started looking to
herbal remedies for disease prevention, immunity help, and overall health
Sunday, meatloaf and potatoes kind of girl. But then I started to
question what everyone was eating and why. I began to learn about juice
fasting. It's one of the oldest forms of healing known to man. I turned
to Hippocrates' saying 'Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy
food,' and I'm still fascinated by it."
talk helps give depth to the process just when I'm feeling like I've
been suckered into a fad diet and helps to fuel me through the next few
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