Day 2 – Jan 2 (one setback)
So I had a minor setback. Could not get my stomach to stop feeling nauseous and my head was killing me. Plus I was lethargic, so I decided to eat some of these golden crimson apples, which are between the size of a quarter and fifty cent piece. Had about 3 of those and then had kiwi for supper. And water throughout the day.
After being sick Jan 1, I did not want to tolerate any more juice, especially since my stomach was a little iffy. So, oh well. Also had 2 bites of dark chocolate. Didn’t do it for the sugar, otherwise, I would have done milk chocolate. Was looking for a short dose of caffeine, but it didn’t help.
I’ve decided to eat fruits and veggies until my belly and head are better or at least the head. After I get over the caffeine withdrawal, I’ll try the juice fasting again.
Day 3 – Jan 3 (One setback)
I’m not just going to start the whole thing over. I’ll continue along this journey and just add whatever days to my plan that I need to reach my 30 day goal and weight/size goals.
Today, the headache traveled to my neck and jaws and I couldn’t take it anymore, so I took some aspirin and POOF! That headache was gone. Eating apples and kiwi settled my stomach so I’m feeling no pain. Just a little tired since my diet is still completely different than what it was.
I plan to continue eating fruits and veggies until either Friday or Saturday and then attempt to begin the juice fast again. I figure if I’ve transitioned to just eating fruits and veggies first, once that caffeine is out of my system, I’m good to start up again and if I feel icky, I have the weekend to lay in bed in agony. But it’s downright impossible to work when your head is pounding and you’re on the verge of upchucking.
We’ll see how I feel in the morning and go from there…
This #juicefasting thing is not as easy as you may think. Especially if you don’t get yourself a week or two of transitioning off of coffee and onto only raw fruits and veggies.
On the upside, I’ve lost 4 lbs since Jan 1.
Hope y’all are doing better with the raw stuff and juicing.