Vegetable juice diet recipes weight loss
Super Weight Loss Juice with A Secret Ingredient!
I’ve heard about this awesome weight loss juice from a friend of mine, who kept a 10 days juice cleanse and lost about 10 pounds with no effort! I decided to try it myself, as I want to lose a couple of pounds too. Of course, the lost pounds amount is different for each person, depending on your weight. Diets aren’t really my thing. I prefer to eat healthy and make overall good food choices and it seems to be enough to maintain my weight but if you have more than just a few extra pounds, this juice will do miracles for you.
How to keep this juice cleanse
Well, my friend told me that you have to keep it for 10 days, no more, no less. There are two ways you can keep this weight loss juice cleanse diet:
1. Eat only raw vegan foods. You can use the steamer, if you miss warm dishes, but it’s best you keep it 100% raw. + 1 – 1, 5 L of Super Weight Loss Juice [recipe below]
2. Don’t eat any solid foods. Drink 1 L of Super Weight Loss Juice per day + other natural fruits and veggies juices (+ 1 -1, 5 L). A good choice is the “ABC” Vitamin Booster Juice which will supply your body with lots of nutrients.
In her case, she kept it the second way. The first thing I asked her was “So, how come you didn’t feel hungry all the time?!”. Well, it seems like the juice is super nutritious and it fills you stomach so you won’t feel any hunger at all! Also, if you drink other fruits and veggies juices, you’ll get all the nutrients you need.
This weight loss juice is not only great for losing weight in a short period of time, but is also awesome for detox! You’ll clean your body and feel a lot better afterwards. Can’t wait to try it myself!
Until then, I tested the weight loss juice recipe today, and I must say it’s awesome! I added a couple more ingredients which I thought would make it even better. Let me know what you think ;)
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Does this recipe sound good?2007-02-02 16:16:42 by --------
I am at my wits end - having a small dinner part and one of the guests is vegetarian, another is on the South Beach diet. I want to respect their restrictions (they are very good friends). All my standards are are out though. Does this sound tasty? To me it does, but Im a pretty inexperienced cook. I truly appreciate a pro's thoughts!
Thai-Style Halibut with Coconut-Curry Broth
2 teaspoons vegetable oil
4 shallots, finely chopped (about 3/4 cup)
2 1/2 teaspoons red curry paste*, or 2 teaspoons curry powder
2 cups low-sodium chicken broth
1/2 cup light coconut milk
1/2 teaspoon salt, plus 1/4 teaspoon, plus more for seasoning
4 (6-ounce) pieces halibut fillet, skin removed
1/2 cup coarsely chopped fresh cilantro...
Thanks for all the help2007-08-07 13:05:12 by dman04
Thanks a lot for all of the help. I might try just trying to add some kind of vegetable to every meal I eat (I get plenty of fruit already). Also some of those recipes looked awesome.
Thanks for all of the suggestions. I really appreciate it.
Oh one more quick question. What do you guys think of V8 juice? Is it a good way to get some more veggies into my diet? I know it has a decent amount of salt, but I've never really had high blood pressure.
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