By: Susan Howard
Hello, I am an LA based trainer and I talk about all things healthy. I took a blogcation, but am happy to be back writing for the site.
I am starting my first official 3-day cleanse. I picked Fresh Pressed Juicery because they deliver to your house daily, making me feel at least that the juices are SUPER fresh. I picked 3 days, because it was the shortest amount of time. The nice thing is, if I am still hungry after drinking my six juices a day, then I am allowed to cheat by boiling broccoli and cauliflower and then drinking the water as a broth. Thanks Fresh Pressed, you are really spoiling me. I can drink that or my own urine.
I am on my 48th hour of no caffeine, and standing strong. Even still, I have already messed up my pre cleanse routine by drinking a Mojito. I thought about getting a soda water with a splash of cran. I even pictured myself ordering that at the swank beachside hotel bar my family and I went to on Saturday, but then the word Mojito came out.
What am I so attached to? I expect in the coming days I will learn just that. The real reason I wanted to try this cleanse was to figure out what I am not willing to let go of and why. Is food more emotional than physical? What do I expect from it? What does it really give me?
I love to eat. Goodbye food. I will miss you. Come back soon.
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Originally published on The Seattle Lesbian
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