View Full Version : Can you get withdrawal symptoms from stopping juicing?
08-07-2012, 01:21 PM
Ok, withdrawal symptoms is an overstatement. Took a weekend trip out of town. Ate your typical restaurant food while away. By the 2nd day I was really longing for my juice. As soon as a stepped into my house, I had to juice as my first action from returning. Anyone else get like this when you travel, or do you bring your juicer or to you eat salads all trip long?
08-08-2012, 05:52 AM
Yes, it drives me crazy when I can't juice. I usually look for juice bar in the area I'm in and if I can't find one I'll just eat tons of veggies. You're not alone.
08-08-2012, 06:37 AM
My power was out for 2 days because of a storm and I was missing juicing...could I be addicted:-)
08-08-2012, 01:02 PM
The juice bars usually don't make juices with beets, kale, collards and parsely which I love in a juice. But call be a dork, cause I don't like eating beets, kale, parsely or collards. When I'm juicing and I nibble on some of the raw leafy unjuiced leftovers, it's gawd awful.
I think the withdrawal is more psychological, but it certainly felt like a physiologic yearning.
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