I have tried this 3 times and I LOVE it! I don't like most juices. First, they usually have blueberry or coconut in them and I don't like those flavors. Second, they usually don't keep you full and you end up eating more than usual. And third, they are expensive. But these 3 - enough for 3 days (I make it 4) - is less than $15 at Costco.
The Morning one is my favorite - a mixture of lemon and cayenne that is delicious. The one for lunch is your typical green juice, but it is pretty good - though my least favorite. And the third one is described as a chocolate shake, but I wouldn't go that far. It isn't bad, but don't expect it to taste like a REAL chocolate shake!
The juices come with a menu plan also, I did not try their suggestions - like I said I am picky and I am happy with my own food choices. During the cleanse it is suggested to eliminate caffeine, alcohol, animal products and any artificial ingredients including sweeteners, colors, fats and flavors. Not too tough. Unless you are a big coffee drinker, which I am not. I have given up tea though - but it's only one cup, so not much of a sacrifice!
Give it a try and let me know if you like it!
Another great benefit from your local library. Discover & Go is a service that provides library cardholders with free and discounted passes to local museums and cultural instituations.
Here's the list from around my area. I just found this yesterday and visited a museum today!
My workout routine last month was a full month of Billy Blanks’ Ultimate Bootcamp. It was awesome. I had a great time and I really felt like I was getting a good workout. This month I decided to change it up with some Yoga – not ordinary Yoga – Yoga Meltdown with Jillian Michaels. I had tried it a few times years ago but now I do it every day. It is wonderful!
For the first time I understand “timing your breaths with the movements.”