I hope you enjoyed the last posts on why I chose to juice detox, and how I did it. It isn’t scientific (you can find heaps of that all over the web), as much as it is a recount of the personal, physiological, and emotional effects I encountered.
Wow. What an experience.
As I write this, 2 weeks after the completion of the detox experiment, I still find myself influenced by the experience.
I’m more appreciative, thankful, thoughtful, and concious of the wonderful foods I eat.
Welcome to the second of a three part post covering my juice detox experiment.
In the last post, you will have learned why I decided to undertake this journey, and some of the benefits that convinced me to try it.
Everyone chooses their own path to take, and for me, the path for this journey was clear.
I wanted to test my mental connection to food, and gain an understanding of my cravings and what they were caused by. To regain awareness and appreciation of food.
I’m standing beside the desk of a colleague the other day, and as I lean over I inhale the ‘interesting’ scent of my own B.O.
My mind starts racing.
Is it actually me? Is it really that bad? Can the other person smell it too? Surely they must……..
If you’re like me and have had this problem before, you may have come to the same conclusion, which for me is that my deodorant just wasn’t up to scratch.
Those who know me, know that I’ve always been big into health an nutrition. I’ve tried a lot of weird stuff, so now I am looking to push my understanding to a new level and try a juice detox – eating no solids and consuming a high nutrient “green” drink.
This blog post is the first in a 3 part series, and will provide you with the benefits of detox, and my top 3 reasons for giving it a try.
Maybe the information will inspire you to try too.