What Is Juice Feasting?
That isn’t a typo. Juice feasting isn’t quite the same thing as juice fasting. On a juice feast, the goal is to drink enough fresh juice that you aren’t restricting calories at all. In practice that means drinking at least a gallon of fresh juice per day.
All these juices must be made fresh, so nothing is pasteurized. However, it’s okay to make a day’s worth of juice in the morning and then drink it in batches throughout the day.
It can be a bit labor intensive to make so much juice. I estimate it will take me 60-90 minutes per day, including prep and clean-up. But that isn’t bad because time is gained by not having to eat. I can drink my juice while working at my desk if I want.
Starting today, I’m kicking off a 92-day juice feasting experiment.
This means that for the next 3 months, I won’t be eating any solid foods. Instead I’ll be consuming lots and lots of fresh fruit and veggie juices...
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