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MadSwann MadSwann 22-25 5 Answers Sep 4, 2012 in Health

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Haha, I tried a Cranberry, Grapefruit & Prune juice "cleansing" regimen in high school when I was in track & field. I felt absolutely great, but I always had to use the restroom no matter how little I had to drink or eat. The combination also gives you some very unnatural gas. I mean it smells just putrid. It was a project a few of us tried using cleansing methods rather than drinking sports drinks and such. In the end, the natural benefits were better than the sugary sports drink.

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Oh dear... Well I had my gall bladder out and have issues with my bowels as it stands.... Best not to compound the issue I think..... PLUS I'm Veggo and am already stinky enough.... :)

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I thought about it, but it's so dramatic and unnatural, I thought better of it

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Yeah.... I'm inclined to agree

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Negatives? You'll gain any weight you loose back when you start eating again. Also, when you don't eat solids, your stool becomes liquid. Want to know how easy it is to accidentally **** your pants when you do something as simple as sneeze?



You also don't need to cleanse? Want to feel good about yourself? Drink water and some milk and eat a variety of veggies with some fruits. Spinach is a great food to eat.

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Haha... I'm not going to do it! I just heard the guy at the health food store taking about it... I like my toast to much!

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That's good. Yeah, if you have ever been on a clear liquid diet after being sick, you'll figure out quickly why fiber is important.

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Radical diets are not the answer. Want better health? It's easy.. STOP eating Sugar, in all it's forms. Juice is good, but It's no "magic bullet". Just stop eating sugar. A balanced diet is all you need, devoid of that sugar our bodies were never meant to handle.

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Lucky I'm not really a sweet tooth... But put olives in front of me and BAM, gone.... Was just a little curious is all :)

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Love olives, of all kinds. Just don't over-do; tons of sodium in the pickled ones (like green manzanillas).

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