Do not read this book unless you want to be inspired to JUICE FAST!
Forget the fact you don’t think you can go without food. Whether you think you can or know you can’t, is totally irrelevant.
This book takes away the fear you think you might have around juice fasting. It helps you connect to your why and to build a strong belief in the process of juice fasting.
So, whether you have come to this through sickness or simply checking this out for the very first time as a potential self-care tool, this ‘foodies guide’ tells it straight. It is light-hearted, easy to read and informative and will no doubt have you nodding your head as you recognise the simplicity of self-care.
With 21 juice recipes to quench your foodies thirst, this book will be your faithful companion and motivate you to ‘give it a go’ with the full knowing that many have walked this path before you and undoubtedly, many more will walk it after you and not because they don’t love food, because they do!
“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.”
~ Hippocrates (460BC – 370BC)
If a juice-based diet is so healthy, why don’t more people do it?
They may think they cannot go without food-or they’re afraid to even try.
You can overcome that fear, rejuvenate your body, and rid it of toxins with the tools and strategies offered in this guide to juice fasting.
A guide that provides twenty-one juice recipes to quench your foodie’s thirst and heal your body.
Get the answers to important questions, such as:
- Why is it so important to include a form of fasting into daily life?
- What steps can reduce reliance on caffeine so you can start juice fasting?
- What other baby steps will help you juice fast?
- How should you approach the first three days of your juice fast?
Inspirational quotes from some of history’s greatest thinkers support the concept of fasting and will set your mind at ease. Plus, the author’s personal experience with juice fasting gives you an insider’s perspective on what to expect.
Julianne turned to natural healing when both her parents died after a long and horrific battle fighting cancer.
Fuelled by her desire to live a long and healthy life and not follow in their footsteps, Julianne found much evidence in support of regular fasting.
As a self-proclaimed foodie, she challenged herself to have nothing but juice for seven days, and found that not only did she not die without food, she actually felt better and fasting gave her a great tool to rid the body of toxins and to repair and rejuvenate at a cellular level.
The greatest influence on her work has been Don and Tyler Tolman who are renowned for helping people to understand the power of self-care.
Julianne lives in Melbourne, Australia and this is her story.