Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Back to Juice Feasting

So... although I'm not allowed to look at the numbers, I could tell my personal trainer was disappointed with my last weigh-in (which also includes a digital body composition analysis). Maybe eating the same thing every day (exactly as he prescribed!) has gotten me malnourished. Maybe my basement-level metabolism from years of abuse is not keeping up with the prescribed calorie intake. Or maybe I'm just a heifer. But for whatever reason, he's put me back on the Juice Feast for another 2 weeks. (That'll total 6 weeks in the last 3 months.)

Recovery tells me that not eating is the pursuit of death. Ana tells me that not eating is the pursuit of happiness. Now my personal trainer tells me NOT to eat for the next 2 weeks. So either my trainer is a total nut job, or all those dimwits at the clinic lied to me.

I'll let them duke it out while I sit over here and starve. And grin.

Who's with me? Two solid weeks of no food! Only juice, water, and vitamins (if you can stomach them). Let's go, darlings!

A toast to being lighter on July 9th than we are today! Starve on!

7 comments:

Rayya said...

I am totally with you on this! Starve on darling! :) x

Laura said...

I've only recently discovered your blog, and I just think you should know that I absolutely LOVE it. Seriously, I look forward to reading what's going on in your life, and your next entry :) Sending oodles and oodles of good vibes your way xxx

Anonymous said...

Im With you! No food, just juice and water. Can't stomach the vitamins. I'll start today. Good luck to you!!

Aye Ell said...

What kind of juice are you consuming? I have tried juice fasting but I ALWAYS end up fatter when I do. This is largely because I end up losing my fat burning muscle and the sugar in the juice gets turned directly into fat. I made a post about sugar and getting fat a while ago in my blog. If you are interested, it's here

http://alwaysworkingonit.blogspot.com/2012/05/glucose-and-glycogen.html

The best extreme diets I have ever been on that actually work are low/no carb ones. You burn a lot more fat and retain more of your muscle than on a juice fast. I'm actually surprised your trainer put you on a juice fast. Most professionals are getting away from that when it comes to weight loss and getting in shape.

Jennifer Chavez said...

Your personal trainer is dumb and has no experience obviously in dealing with EDs.

jess said...

you should just juice veggies and then add in a little fruit juice because fruit juice isn't very nutritional. It'll just overload your sugar turning into fat.

ToxicwastEDgal said...

Hey, I haven't posted on your blog in forever (I haven't even been on blogger in months) but it's great to see you still post. :) I just wanna say do what makes you happy and what you want. Enjoy the juice fast hope things go good for you.