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Juice fast- Καντε το φαι σας χυμο κι αποτοξινωθειτε
« στις: Ιούλιος 26, 2007, 04:43:44 μμ »
 


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Με τοσα καλα βιολογικά λαχανικα κα φρουτα, αισθανομουν οτι ο οργανισμος μου χρειαζονταν μια κουρα αποτοξινωσης για να τα απορροφα καλυτερα και βρηκα οντως σε κατι σελιδες  οτι πολλοι ομωφαγοι το κανουν αυτο και βοηθαει πολυ

Ετσι σημερα και για οσες μερες εχω ορεξη θα κανω τα εξης:


Πρωι: εκανα χυμο στον αποχυμωτη ενα μήλο κι ενα τεραστιο αχλάδι βιολογικο: προτωγνωρη αισθηση χορταινεις μια χαρα

Μεσημέρι: εκανα τη σαλατα μου χυμο και εβαλα κολοκυθι καροτο ντοματα μαιντανο ανηθο αγγουρακι και εγιναν ενα ποτηρι βιολογικης σαλατας;) τελειο οχι τοσο σε γευση οσο στο αισθημα οτι πινεις κατι πολυ καλο για σενα και χορταινεις και μ αυτο

Τωρα: πηρα μια μπανανα και την εβαλα στο μπλεντερ με γαλα σογιας που σκετο δεν πινεται ( απο μενα) .. ανακαλυψη: αυτο γινεται τελειο παγωτο αν κρυωσει χεχεχε



Εξισου βλαστημησα που δεν εχω τον αφυδατωτη ακομα  ;Dγιατι εμεινε απο τις φλουδες και τους καρπους ενα πολυ ωαραιο πραγμα σαν μους που σιγουρα θα το εκανα μπισκοτο η κατι αλλο...αν εχετε καμμια ιδεα πειτε... :D ;)

Juice Fasting
Τι λέει η συμβατικη ιατρικη γι αυτο? From Cathy Wong,

Your Guide to Alternative Medicine.

What is Juice Fasting?
Juice fasting is a type of detox method. It involves the short-term intake of raw vegetable and fruit juices only. Proponents of juice fasting use juices because they are rich in vitamins and antioxidants.

Juice fasting is considered an extreme form of detoxification. More gentle detox methods are less restrictive and include a variety of foods, such as the detox diet.


Who shouldn't try juice fasting
It is important to consult a qualified health professional before trying a juice fast.


Pregnant or nursing women and children should not try a juice fast.


People with diabetes, low blood sugar, eating disorders, kidney disease, liver disease, malnutrition, addictions, underweight, anemia, impaired immune function, gout, asthma, infection, nutritional deficiency, low blood pressure, ulcerative colitis, cancer, terminal illness, epilepsy, or other chronic conditions should only fast under strict medical supervision.


People should not try juice fasts before or after surgical procedures.


Fasting can reduce blood proteins and change the way prescription drugs react in the body.
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People taking prescription medications should consult a health professional skilled in detoxification before trying a juice fast, and should never discontinue or reduce their medications on their own.
Side effects
Common temporary side effects include headaches, tiredness, hypoglycemia, constipation, acne, increased body odor, and bad breath.

Other side effects can include fainting, dizziness, low blood pressure, heart arrhythmias, weight loss, hunger, vomiting, diarrhea, and kidney problems. If these side effects occur, there is a worsening of symptoms, or new symptoms appear, the fast should be discontinued and it should prompt an immediate visit to a qualified health professional.

Another possible side effect is diarrhea, which can lead to dehydration and electrolyte loss.

If continued for a longer time, fasting can lead to nutrient deficiencies, particularly protein and calcium deficiency.

Grapefruit juice should not be used during a juice fast, especially if a person is taking prescription drugs. A compound in grapefruit can increase the amount of prescription drugs in a person's body. Recent evidence suggests that pomegranate juice may also increase blood levels of prescription drugs.


How long does a juice fast typically last?
Juice fasts typically last for one to three days. Longer fasts require medical supervision as well as a thorough assessment to ensure that nutrient deficiencies do not result.


What does a typical juice fast involve?
Proponents of juice fasting suggest it be done during the warmer months of the year only. Spring is thought to be the best time of the year for juice fasting.


Seven or more days before the fast, alcohol, nicotine, caffeine, sugar, dairy, wheat, animal meat, fish, and eggs are usually reduced or eliminated from the diet. The diet should consist mainly of organic fruits, vegetables, and beans.


Between 32 and 64 ounces of juice is usually recommended per day. The juice is sipped throughout the day. Typical fruits and vegetables include celery, carrot, kale, cabbage, apple, pineapple, cranberry, spinach, beet, and greens. Citrus fruits are often avoided.


Approximately 6 glasses of room temperature or warm filtered water are often recommended in addition to the juice.


Organic fruits and vegetables are usually recommended. If organic produce isn't available, practitioners suggest peeling the skin off fruits and vegetables or washing vegetables with a non-toxic produce cleaner, usually available at health food stores.


Freshly juiced fruits and vegetables are preferred, but if unavailable, practitioners suggest buying it from the health food store or juice bar as fresh as possible.


Green vegetables and sprouts contain the pigment chlorophyll, which juice proponents believe are especially beneficial during a juice fast.


A combination of fruits and vegetables is recommended.


Variations on the strict juice fast include eating one meal a day in addition to the juice.
Certain fruits and vegetables and their parts should not be juiced, such as the pits of peaches, apricots, cherries, and other fruits, apple seeds, citrus peels, carrot and rhubarb tops, tough skins (such as kiwi, pineapple, mangoes), and bananas and avocados.


What do people eat after a juice fast
There should be a gradual return to solid foods. Sample guidelines on how to break a juice fast can be found here.

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Juice fasting

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Juice fasting is a type of fasting and detox diet in which the practitioner consumes only fruit and vegetable juices. Being available only in digestible carbohydrates, these foods are digested rapidly as the juice digestion process expends only a small amount of energy. People choose to undergo juice fasts for various reasons and via various methods. Juice fasts are often marketed together with supplies, supplements and support groups.

Contents [hide]
1 Reasons for fasting
2 Methods
3 Types of juices
4 Possible side effects
5 References
6 See also
7 External links
 


[edit] Reasons for fasting
Juice fasts are commonly undergone with the intent of detoxification for greater health, the theory being that less energy is expended on digestion of foods; therefore more energy exists for the rest of the body to expel toxins. As toxins are believed to lie within many of the human body's eliminative glands and organs, different juice fasts target different sections of the body. For instance, a large portion of juice fasters believe that abstaining from solid food allows the body to recover and heal itself from damage and fatigue caused by the relentless stress of digestion. Others choose fasting because they want to target the liver, the kidneys, the urinary tract, the skin, the gallbladder, the brain, the immune system, etc.[1]

Additional reasons for undergoing juice fasts include religious reasons, losing weight and attempting to wean oneself from unhealthy habits, i.e., smoking, drinking soda, overeating, caffeine addiction, etc. Some more serious participants use juice fasting as an alternative to conventional medical practices, i.e., as a healing technique for pain, cancer, depression, arthritis, severe infections that failed antibiotics, autoimmune diseases and many other supposedly incurable diseases.[2]


[edit] Methods
Some loyal practitioners go so far as to partake in semi-annual week-long (or longer) periods of fasting in order to cyclically purify the body along with the nature's annual cycles. These semi-annual fasters and others may also partake in once-monthly, shorter (two or three days) periods of fasting. Some fasts involve a week-long trip to a spa resort, with Thailand being one especially popular destination.

Because pure juice contains little to no fiber, juice fasters often use an enema or an herbal or saltwater laxative during the time of fasting to efficiently expel waste from the intestines and colon. Another method -- much more pleasant than drinking saltwater -- is mixing psyllium husks in with the juice. Because psyllium is not absorbed by the body but increases in volume greatly upon absorbing water, it creates the bulk necessary to keep the bowels moving.


[edit] Types of juices
Some fruits commonly used in juice fasts:

Greens - parsley, kale, beet greens, chard, spinach, dandelion leaf
Cruciferous vegetables - broccoli, cabbage
Root vegetables - carrots, beets, sweet potatoes
Fruits - dark grapes, apples, citrus (especially grapefruit), Açai berry
Herbs - yucca root, fennel, spearmint, peppermint, basil, ginger, garlic, green onion, chile pepper, fresh turmeric root, milk thistle
Wheatgrass juice, spirulina (a blue-green sea algae)[3]

[edit] Possible side effects
Fasters must take care to maintain their intake of vitamins and nutrients. However, there are no specific side effects associated exclusively with juice fasting, though certain medical conditions such as diabetes may be aggravated by excessive intake of certain juices. It's also possible for a juice such as grapefruit to interact badly with certain prescription drugs. Additionally, the juices from highly acidic fruits such as tomato and citrus juices can conceivably upset the body's natural acid-base (pH) balance.[4] Too much reliance on fruit juices over a long period can lead to the condition called hypoproteinemia, which is a shortage of protein in the body.


[edit] References
^ Primer on Juice Fasting. Guide to Alternative Medicines. Retrieved on 2006-03-22.
^ Foster, Cynthia (2003). Medical Doctor Explains How To Do A Juice Fast. Dr. Foster's Essentials. Retrieved on 2006-03-22.
^ Foster, Cynthia (2003). Medical Doctor Explains How To Do A Juice Fast. Dr. Foster's Essentials. Retrieved on 2006-03-22.
^ Juice Therapy. Natural Medicine (Thomson Healthcare) (2004). Retrieved on 2006-03-22.

[edit] See also
Fruitarianism
Water fasting
Fasting
Natural Hygiene

Τι λεει η Angela Stoke

JUICE FEASTING FAQs   
    
On the 20th of February 2007 I completed a 92 Day Juice Feast. It was my next big step for healing and an incredible experience. The whole adventure was blogged daily at http://rawreform.blogspot.com and below is a list of answers to FAQs abt Juice Feasting, to help newcomers understand this incredible cleansing programme...

 
 

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What is Juice Feasting?
Juice FEASTING involves consuming just fresh raw vegetable and fruit juices for 92 days, to cleanse the body of old toxins. This is termed a ‘FEAST’ rather than ‘FAST’ because one gets ALL the calories one would normally get in a day (i.e. 1500 for an average woman) – from at least 4 litres/1 gallon of fresh juice, daily (green vegetable juices, fruit juices and coconut water all included). Often when people fast they take in very small amounts of liquid/calories, the metabolism slows, their energy slumps, and they may feel quite ‘dysfunctional’. Juice Feasting works differently, supporting the feaster to be very functional in daily life and meeting all calorie needs, while experiencing massive cleansing on a cellular level.

The aims of Juice Feasting are to: Cleanse, Rebuild, Rehydrate and Alkalise.


What are 'the rules'?
It is important to make sure you drink the juice of one head of celery and 2lbs (1kg) of green leafy vegetables a day (Celery is one of the most hydrating things we can get into our bodies - said to be 4 times as hydrating as water. It is also very mineral rich and 'grounding' and an incredible source of organic sodium. So, all round a great ingredient to be using. The greens are for balancing, re-mineralizing and alkalising). Other than that, all and any fresh raw juices of your choice – at least 4 litres/day - are on the menu. Also on the menu are nutrient dense green powders (e.g. spirulina or barley grass powder), bee pollen granules, digestive enzymes and hemp oil. Feasting is all about enjoying getting maximum nutrition into our bodies, with little energy expenditure by the body to assimilate it.

Why Juice Feast?
By consuming only liquids, which are absorbed directly into our system, we give the body a huge energy break from digesting foods. It can then use that saved energy to clean out old matter, especially from the small intestine. The average person holds 5-10lbs of toxic old matter in their intestines, and Feasting is an ideal way to release it, giving the body a phenomenal chance to rejuvenate and restore. Far from being a time of 'deprivation', this extraordinary healing programme is an experience of abundance and massive nutritional intake...we lose weight, skin becomes radiantly healthy, illnesses are healed, scar tissue rejuvenates, and we detox our whole system on a massive scale.

Why 92 days?
There are 92 elements the body needs to function optimally (that are known) - so the programme is based around that concept. David Rain, the creator of this programme, also explains that many of us need 92 Days to fully Cleanse, Rebuild, Rehydrate, and Alkalize, to resolve decades-old health challenges. We go back in time about 120 days for each day of Juice Feasting. Extended Feasts take a person into levels of cleansing and being that are not often reached on shorter fasts.

How much does Juice Feasting cost?
David Rain’s estimates are that a Juice Feast costs $10-15 a day in the USA, or £5-£7.50. Actual cost will obviously depend on where you are Feasting –access to good organic produce, and the kinds of foods you are choosing to juice. The main thing to realise is just how affordable this is for most people. Many people spend around £5/$5 a day just on lunch, so this really is a remarkable way to deeply cleanse your system without busting your budget. My experience so far in Costa Rica is that it is costing me LESS than £5 a day here - on average around £3.85 a day…wow…

You can register on the Juice Feast website – www.nutrientdensenutrition.com - for $30/month (£15). It is a treasure-trove of nutritional information and support. Every day has highlighted files of inspiring things to read and listen to, on themes like ‘the principle of life transformation’, ‘greens, chlorophyll and health’ and ‘obesity and weight loss’. Humour, graphics, and a musical soundtrack are used throughout. Registration is well worth the investment, to help keep yourself motivated and tapped in with others on this journey. 

Who designed the Juice Feast programme?
David Rain of www.nutrientdensenutrition.com put together this juicing programme. David holds an M.A. in Vegan/Live Food Nutrition, and is Research Assistant to raw food leader Gabriel Cousens, M.D. at the Tree of Life Rejuvenation Centre, in Arizona. David has personally undertaken three such extended juice feasts in the last four years, as well as coaching scores of other students. He sees remarkable transformation occur in every case. He is very pleased to be offering this incredible transformational tool to the world online.

Why am I doing this?
When I was first introduced to the Juice Feast, I was not very enamoured with the idea. I have undertaken many short-term fasts during my 4.5 years raw, but the thought of 92 days sounded too extreme. However, as I got more into the details, the concept resonated with me more and more until I reached the point where I could no longer resist it. I began to see clearly that this is the next big step on my personal healing journey. Undoubtedly I have been through HUGE physical transformation in the last years, losing around 11.5 stone/160lbs of excess fat in total, and compared to ‘the average woman on the street’ I am indeed very ‘cleansed’ and healthy. Yet I feel I still have detoxing to do to clean this body out thoroughly. It is not surprising that 20-something years of very toxic eating and drinking creates a lot of uneliminated waste matter. Juice Feasting seemed to me like the optimal solution – no hunger, optimal nutrition, possible to do while working, and just three months down the line it will be virtually like having a new body :)

What has been my experience of Juice Feasting so far?
In a word: AMAZING. I am LOVING it. I feel so much more capable Feasting than I ever have before on a fast. My skin is vibrant, I’m losing weight again and my body is throwing out masses of old toxins. I feel so much energy –doing yoga and jogging almost every day and getting through just as much work as usual. I tend to drink around 5-6 litres (around 1.5 gallons) of fruit/green juice a day on the Feast, and feel so blessed to be doing this in Costa Rica, surrounded by incredible exotic fruits and coconuts…

 



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« Απάντηση #1 στις: Μάιος 08, 2013, 08:40:05 μμ »
Προσπάθησα σήμερα να ξεκινήσω juice fast αλλά απέτυχα παταγωδώς! Παρά τη μεγάλη ποσότητα χυμού που ήπια, μέχρι το μεσημέρι είχα λυσσάξει για φαγητό, έφαγα μια τεράστια σαλάτα και μετά χύμηξα κυριολεκτικά στο ψωμί και τη μερέντα (δική μου, veganized)!!!

Τί έπαθα; Τί κουλή συμπεριφορά ήταν αυτή; Κανείς πιο έμπειρος στο "σπορ" έχει να προτείνει κάποιο κόλπο;

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« Απάντηση #2 στις: Μάιος 08, 2013, 09:53:20 μμ »
Η αλλαγή του καιρού φταίει!  :)) Κάνει ψύχρα πάλι, γιαυτό!
(Έχω ατέλειωτη δεξαμενή δικαιολογιών όταν πρόκειται για σπάσιμο δίαιτας!  innocent )

 

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