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#1 Old 09-04-2011, 07:48 PM
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Hi guys,
Wanted to share this great 7 day plan that I love. Anyone ever try this before?
Enjoy my pictures!

Daily Schedule:

First juice 9 am



4 leaves kale
1/2 cucumber
1 lemon or lime, peeled
1 green apple cored
1/2 inch fresh ginger, skin removed
pinch of cayenne spice (on top just before drinking)


2nd juice 12 pm - Proteins



4 stalks celery
1 cucumber
4 kale leaves
1 lemon
1 green apple cored
1 red bell pepper
2 T raw chlorella liquid or powder, spirulina or hemp powder(I'm using Chlorella)

3rd juice 3 pm - Sweets



2 apples
1 bunch dark grapes
1 beet
1/4 grapefruit
1/2 lemon


4th juice 6 pm - Liver Detox



3 stalks celery
1/2 small red cabbage
1/2 cup aloe vera juice
1/2 bunch dandelions (I used 2 - 3 capsules)
1/2 cucumber
1 large green apple, cored
1 lime


If you decide to do this let me know!
P.S. Stephen Hauptfuh created this plan for Brad Gruno(Brad's Raw Chips) and Brad shared it with his fans.

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#2 Old 09-05-2011, 10:56 PM
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I dunno but those juices look delicious.

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They look beautiful! I wish I had a small sampling of them all now, a flight of juices in 4 oz. tasters!

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#4 Old 09-06-2011, 09:17 PM
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DROOLING.

I was just thinking about buying a juicer (maybe even tomorrow, if I'm that impatient) and you've encouraged me. Yea!
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MUST. BUY. JUICER.

those look fabulous!

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Those all look amazing. I wish I could taste them...

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Went out and got a ton of fruit and veggies last night. Spent an hour cutting/washing/juicing them and put them in carry away containers for work and school today (it is my 15 hour day). YUM! I find that Kale doesn't juice too well for me. And your juice looks much prettier than mine! lol. But it is delicious!

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wow i would really love to try it.looks delicious. my husband wants to detox using fruit juices and i'm sure he will be thrilled if i give him one of those healthy drinks. thanks for sharing the recipe and the pics.

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#9 Old 09-10-2011, 05:18 PM
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Thanks guys, hope you get to try this plan at least once..

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Went out and got a ton of fruit and veggies last night. Spent an hour cutting/washing/juicing them and put them in carry away containers for work and school today (it is my 15 hour day). YUM! I find that Kale doesn't juice too well for me. And your juice looks much prettier than mine! lol. But it is delicious!

The apple masks kale SO well, what do you juice your kale with?

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wow i would really love to try it.looks delicious. my husband wants to detox using fruit juices and i'm sure he will be thrilled if i give him one of those healthy drinks. thanks for sharing the recipe and the pics.

No prob! The only juice that wasn't as tasty was the one with the chlorella powder, so I suggest using liquid chlorella if you are planning on trying this detox..

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Here are a few more juices I've made for your enjoyment!!

"Army Green Smoothie"

Ingredients:

* 2 Kale Leaves
* 3 Celery Stalks
* 1 Cucumber
* 1 Large Apple
* 3 Medium Carrots
* Handful of Spinach
* Bunch of fresh Cilantro and Parsley
* Fresh Ginger (1in x 1in slice or more)

Lots of yummmmm.


"Spicy and Tangy Breakfast Juice"


Ingredients:

* 1 Mango
* 1 Medium Orange
* 1/2 Lime
* Ginger (about 2in x 2in)

LOVE this one. So delicious.



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How much juice do you drink a day? I was looking into doing this but I don't want to drink too much and take in too many calories!
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How much juice do you drink a day? I was looking into doing this but I don't want to drink too much and take in too many calories!

Now that I work all day I don't drink as much juice. If you stick to veggie juices you don't need to worry about calories or carbs! (unless you're juicing a lot of cucumbers, those have a decent amount of carbs). If youre replacing a whole meal with juice then I wouldn't worry about calorie intake. When I do get a chance to juice, it's usually fruit juices for breakfast. Such a great energy boost.
I'm actually thinking of making fresh juice in the evening, so I have it ready for morning; could probably make a "lunch juice" as well and refrigerate it at work if I wanted to detox.

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It all looks so healthy!
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Now that I work all day I don't drink as much juice. If you stick to veggie juices you don't need to worry about calories or carbs! (unless you're juicing a lot of cucumbers, those have a decent amount of carbs). If youre replacing a whole meal with juice then I wouldn't worry about calorie intake. When I do get a chance to juice, it's usually fruit juices for breakfast. Such a great energy boost.
I'm actually thinking of making fresh juice in the evening, so I have it ready for morning; could probably make a "lunch juice" as well and refrigerate it at work if I wanted to detox.

How much fruit and veggies do you buy if you plan on doing this a week? My husband and I are wanting to do this, but we want to make sure we get enough food.
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Your juice detox is worth a try! It looks yummy! Anyways, juice detox is best to be combined with much water on all days of detox because it could help remove toxins too.
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Mmmmm... The mango one looks super delicious. I really love mangos. Makes me want a juicer even more!

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Just got my juicer in the mail today!
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My brother is going to be going on a juice fast very soon. He was really inspired by that, "Fat Sick and Nearly Dead" documentary. He has a lot of weight to loose, and we're both pretty confident juice fasting will help him a lot. We may use some of these recipes. They look great.

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My brother is going to be going on a juice fast very soon. He was really inspired by that, "Fat Sick and Nearly Dead" documentary. He has a lot of weight to loose, and we're both pretty confident juice fasting will help him a lot. We may use some of these recipes. They look great.

That is great news! I hope you enjoy them . and good luck to him!! You will be surprised by how quickly the weight will come off!

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Those look YUMMY! Especially the mango one and the pink ones :P I'd love to try them out when I get my juicer from Santa this december

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wow they do look soo good, I will use my juicer today. I love making a green lemonade with ginger. the mushy stuff left behind my dogs happen to like.
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These look and sound great!


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Everything looks delicious. I've found that I prefer smoothies to juice.

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I really want to try this after looking at those pics.

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Oh god, definitely pulling my juicer out and trying some of these out. Especially the mango, orange, and lime one. It looks fabulous.
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4th juice 6 pm - Liver Detox
3 stalks celery
1/2 small red cabbage
1/2 cup aloe vera juice
1/2 bunch dandelions (I used 2 - 3 capsules)
1/2 cucumber
1 large green apple, cored
1 lime

I love, love, love aloe juice. It's one of the few things I buy from the store not raw and drink for my health. I rarely ever see raw aloe juice provided anywhere and making it at home is not only a hassle but rather difficult to get a decent result because it wants to turn into goo and not juice.

Aloe juice has made me able to eat foods I have not been able to eat in years because of ulcers. The raw diet alone didn't heal me, but the raw diet with aloe juice and fresh ginger root has enabled me to eat avocados again, which is such a huge blessing for me. (They used to leave me doubled up in pain for hours from gas pains due to inability to digest them due to stomach and intestinal disorders.)

I would definitely consider trying this juice plan.

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I don't believe in detoxing, but those all look really good.
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Wow! Thank you for sharing the pictures and the recipes. This makes me want to give juicing a try. They all look really yummy!
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I don't believe in detoxing, but those all look really good.

Why don't you "believe" in detoxing? Do you mean you don't believe it happens, or you don't think it is healthful to do it? And why?

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Why don't you "believe" in detoxing? Do you mean you don't believe it happens, or you don't think it is healthful to do it? And why?

I mean I don't believe there is any convincing evidence that fasting, drinking juice, and/or consuming "detox" products does anything to remove poisons or toxins from the body. I believe detoxing happens and is healthful of course, but it's accomplished by the liver and the kidneys.

I do believe that consuming a lot of fruits and vegetables is healthy and juicing can be a fun way to do it.
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