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I read some people’s blog entries saying that Day 2 was the hardest day of all for them, so I prepared myself for the worst.
That being said, it wasn’t as bad as I thought it might be.
I woke up VERY groggy and dizzy, and could barely see when I stood. I promptly had my liter of water with lemon and MSM, and then went back to bed because I had literally 0 energy.
After I woke up, I made my juice and got a spark of energy. This seems to be the theme – I’ll be super low-energy, and then a glass of green juice will perk me up for a little bit.
In the beginning of the day I was exceptionally dizzy. Jaime told me I should bend my head down at one point, so I did, and I thought I was going to fall over and pass out. It felt awful.
Slowly throughout the day, I got more and more energy. I had 16 oz of juice at 1pm to give me energy to go to get my nails done (I was afraid I’d fall asleep). I was OK throughout the appointment and ended up telling the woman who did my nails all about the juice fast (she was super-interested in it and may do it herself).
I had a good amount of energy afterwards and felt super-happy so I drove around for a while, singing in my car. I also stopped at Barnes & Noble and stood for a while in front of the Humor section, randomly reading books.
(I was excited that I could stand for such a long time!)
When I got home, I had another 16 oz of juice and used my energy to unpack my luggage from my Philly trip.
It felt great to have so much energy, and I felt REALLY happy at the end of the day.
I went shopping today for more greens, so I ended up drinking all of this throughout the day:
The juices have been really yummy. I like them the best after they’ve been in the fridge for a few hours and they’re nice and cold. :)