If you're not willing to settle for second best with your health + wellness, then this is definitely the post for you.
Just recently my husband and I watched a documentary on FMTV, “Super Juice Me” by Jason Vale. I was incredibly inspired by the eight volunteers and their health results they achieved after their 28 days of juicing. So inspired that I'm doing it myself. Yep...you heard me right! Starting today, I'm consuming nothing, but cold pressed organic juices for the next 28-Days.
I have absolutely nothing to lose and everything to gain by trying this so here I am, Day 1 of 28. Meanwhile, everyone around me is getting into the festive spirit of things with their xmas parties and counting down the work days until their annual holidays. Call me crazy, but I do like a good challenge.
Here are my conditions (mostly from cancer treatments) I'm hoping to improve:
- Chemotherapy-Induced Fibromyalgia
- Breast Cancer Prevention
- Peripheral Neuropathy
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Over Weight
Yesterday I took my 'before photo', which I'll post at a later date. More than likely in a weeks time when I shoot my next one for comparison. But at the moment I'm not feeling good in the skin I'm in. It's all self-inflicted of course, so I have no-one to blame bar myself. I've not been making good choices of late, and it shows, externally.
Hopefully, this will turn that around and help me to help myself. I already have another plan in place for when this finishes as by then I'll be on my annual leave. This is only the beginning of the process as I have a bigger and crazier plan in mind for beyond the juicing.
Even though I'm scared shitless about doing something this different, I'm also fist-pumping excited at the endless health + wellness possibilities. Here's to new adventures I say.
Oh, before I forget. Are you looking for a new organic green smoothie organic green smoothie recipe, if so, here's mine. It's served me well since 2012.
Have you watched "Super Juice Me"? What did you think of it? Let me know by leaving a comment below. I'd love to hear your thoughts and feelings about it.