One result of this juicing craze I’ve been on the past few days is that I’ve decided to do a full day juice feast. Just a single day for now; kind of a see-how-it-goes thing. This is yet another area where I’ve done a lot of reading and listening, but very little doing.
There’s a psychological barrier for me (and I’m sure a lot of people) between drinking lots of fresh juice and drinking only juice for an entire day. What’s funny is, I think day one is probably the hardest hurdle.
So, to give a tiny explanation of juice feasting: you’re basically consuming at least one gallon of fresh juice every day. It’s different from a fast in the sense that you’re aiming to get a normal amount of calories; you’re just getting them from fresh, unpasteurized juice. There’s an official, well-researched program for juice feasting that lasts for 92 days. Yep, 92 days without solids.
I won’t get into it here because I’m a total noob, but if you’re interested in learning more, check out David Rain’s site www.juicefeasting.com and read Mike Adam’s article on the topic at Natural News.