View Full Version : Can I have a coach please?
01-25-2009, 08:04 PM
I would like to do a green smoothie fast but I want to make sure I'm getting enough nutrients since I suffer from fatigue from being in end stage liver disease. I know the energy packed into those smoothies and would love an experts recommendation on how to safely start and finish, as well as what is a must have to do the fast. How long is an effective fast? Are there any cons I should worry about? Can I make alot in the morning to drink all day or should I just make one at a time?
And... I only have a blender so i guess it wouldn't really be a juice fast
01-25-2009, 08:54 PM
i know melissa does fasting coaching... i'll send her a link to this thread if you wish. i'm not sure what she charges though... you'll have to discuss that with her.
01-26-2009, 02:44 AM
Have you used the "SEARCH" at the top of this page. Due to your illmess I don't feel qualified to give you any advice but I wish you a complete recovery. I know that GOD is a Healer and RAW is right behind HIM.
01-26-2009, 05:34 AM
well, I was more hoping to learn from other people's experiences. I will run some searches but would still like to know the basics. I've never fasted from anything b4. thanks Michelle
01-26-2009, 07:32 AM
My suggestion is to go buy a JuiceMan Jr Juicer for about $75 at a Sears or Target near you. Then you can really do a juice fast without spending $400 on a Champion juicer. The juicer will come with recipes for different effects but you can also find a lot of information online.
Although I'm not a doctor and don't know how to treat liver disease, you might want to look at liver cleanse type juices. But you should probably consult your doctor first.
And lastly, there is no right or wrong for juicing. Just go with what feels right for your body.
Here are some links I've found on the web for juice fasting...
I hope this helps!
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