38 oz. orange/grapefruit with 1.5 TBS spirulina
32 oz. cucumber/celery/greens/lemon/ginger with cayenne and turmeric
2o oz. strawberry/orange/apple juice
4 oz. fermented wild elderberry juice
Total juice: 94 oz.
That elderberry juice is AMAZING.
Questions from readers:
“Really enjoyed this post. Quick question: do you buy most of your juice or make it yourself? Seems like it would be very time-consuming to make it all. cheers, Laura”
I am blessed to receive my green juices from the Tree of Life Cafe. Normally I get meals there, but now I am getting juice. The rest of my juice, I buy produce for and make. I estimate I spend about $5 per day on produce. I also sometimes use produce grown in the Tree greenhouses – mostly greens and herbs. These are incredibly potent, however, and so I really only use a small amount at any one time.
I just wanted to ask you while your on the juice feast. do you do any kind of exercise? Is 30 minutes of biking too much?
I do some, yes. Mostly I am walking and hiking right now. Fitness is one area of my life that is improving at the moment, if you know what I mean 😉 As much exercise as you can do on a juice feast is great, and always keep in mind that if you want to increase your activity level on a juice feast, you can increase your juice consumption as much as you choose. Thirty minutes of biking is great, if you’re body feels up for it!