It is the new year and many are talking about eating healthier after the holidays. If you are looking to change up your eating habits and reboot your system, then join me on a SELF-LOVING Detox stating Monday for 5 to 10 days. I haven't decided how many days I will do it for - I will see how I feel :)
Here is what I am going to do:
2 raw, organic juices a day from OnJuice.com
1 Detox cocktail
1 spicy lemonade
Maybe a piece of fruit, if I am too hungry.
I am a believer in loving our bodies to health, not judging or punishing them, so to me this is the easiest detox to do at home. If it's in your budget, order DLrevAmp detox - it is fabulous and I do it every few months :) I just did it in December, so I am doing the liquid cleanse this time.
If you are hard-core into detox, then do a 6-juices a day cleanse. It is entirely up to you, but your decision has to come from love!
As for groceries, if you are making your own juices, you will need enough ingredients to make them - use your favorite ingredients. You must LOVE the juices!
For the cleansing cocktail, you will need:
(multiply by the number of days you want to do the cleanse)
1 tablespoon cranberry juice
1 tablespoon ground flax or whole chia seeds
Dash stevia or honey
For the soup - per daily serving (multiply by the number of days you want to do the cleanse)
1/2 pound of your favorite veggies that you can cook
2 tablespoons chickpea miso
2 tablespoons hemp seeds
Get your ingredients this weekend and let's start on Monday! I will post instructions and recipe details tomorrow :)
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