Juice Detox: Day 2

Easy juice detox for the New Year by Lauryn Evarts, fitness blogger

[ Day 2- Fresh 6- Green Drink ]

Easy juice detox for the New Year by Lauryn Evarts, fitness blogger

[ Cleanse instructions ]

Welp, I am on day two of my anticipated juice cleanse/detox. Turns out, it is not as hard as most people would assume. I have more energy than a five year old, feel lighter & easily completed an hour & a half of working out today. This is probably attributed to the fact that all the toxins are flushing themselves out of my system & my body’s loving it. I figured by today there would be some insatiable cravings for carbs, but thus far there are none. Note to self: perfect pre-summer cleanse.

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Easy juice detox for the New Year by Lauryn Evarts, fitness blogger

[ Ginger root ]

Easy juice detox for the New Year by Lauryn Evarts, fitness blogger

 [ Parsley & red apples ]

Easy juice detox for the New Year by Lauryn Evarts, fitness blogger

[ Organic veggies work best ]

Easy juice detox for the New Year by Lauryn Evarts, fitness blogger

[ Essential day 2 ingredients ]

 

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24 Replies to “Juice Detox: Day 2”

  1. I love juicers! Do you pick up a huge 64 oz jug of their juice in the morning & then keep it in your fridge? Or pick up each one individually?

    1. Agreed with Andrea’s question – I’ve searched around and can’t seem to find the instructions for the cleanse you are talking about. Can you point us in the right direction?

  2. I am on my 3rd 40-day juice fast. I just started this week. My first was such a success! I no longer have hypothyroidism and am much more happy. I, personally, was a bit sloppy lately, which is why I am going at it again and doing an “oil change” for my body.

    How long

    1. You make the juice [ the whole 64 ounces ] in the AM or the night before! : ). You can juice throughout the day too, but it would be very time consuming.

  3. ok so i want to try this but i am a bit confused. lets say for day one, do i make a whole 64oz jug of the juice in the morning and drink it as the hours goes by? or do i make every 8oz individually? like lets say at 10am make 8oz and drink it and then at 11am make another 8oz and drink it.

  4. So I’m on day two, I made the juice last night, followed the directions exactly but it only made 48 oz.. So I just kept adding cucumbers and celery. Yesterday’s juice went well and tasted fine! But today, I’m having a VERY hard time keeping it down. It’s hurting my stomach and is very disgusting… I added lemon juice to help but it’s still very gross.. Any suggestions? Anyone else have the same thoughts?