Reboot your life for weight loss and wellness
(NC)—Many of us do not eat enough fruits and vegetables or consume enough water each day. The long-term effects of this can wreak havoc on our bodies. By doing a juicing “reboot” you are rebalancing your body and kick starting a change in lifestyle, say specialists in the field.
During a reboot, you'll commit to consuming only fruit and vegetable juices for a period of time. You can choose to do it from three to 30 days. It's up to you and your lifestyle. The goal is to help you break a cycle of an unhealthy lifestyle and enhance the quality of your diet by increasing your intake of fruits and vegetables.
Rebooting fans say that when you consume only juice, your system is flooded with an abundance of vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients that help your body stay strong and vibrant. The excess weight starts to drop off, your belly starts to flatten, your skin glows, you start to think more clearly, and overall you become a happier, healthier person.
Joe Cross from the documentary, Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead, has some simple tips on how to reboot your life and take charge of your well-being. Here's a snapshot from www.rebootwithjoe.com:
• Select a good quality juicer; start with the information at breville.ca.
• Choose what type of reboot plan best suites your lifestyle.
• Prepare your grocery list.
• Save time by preparing fruits and veggies the night before.
• Start juicing.
Joe Cross's Mean Green Juice:
• 1 cucumber
• 4 celery stalks
• 2 apples
• 6-8 kale leaves
• ½ lemon
• 1 tbsp ginger
• Wash all produce well
• Peel the lemon, optional
• Pour over ice
Lastly, remember that consulting a physician is recommended before starting any new health routine, such as a reboot.
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