Fruits & veggies are taking over!

I know my parents never thought they would see the day I would have an abundance of fruits as a dining room centerpiece.  As a huge fan of bacon and other not so healthy options, it has been a transformation of sorts.  Don’t get me wrong, I still eat all that but more in moderation today than a while back.

Yes, fruits & veggies now rule the real estate on our table, in the kitchen, and fridge too!  Prior to juicing, less then four weeks ago, the table showcased the usual; a vase paired with candlestick holders.

Pleased with how fruits & veggies continue to reboot my body, my new habit is to juice at least once a day.

Key benefits thus far:

-No headaches

-No cravings for a shot of espresso, not an ounce of added caffeine required!

-I do crave fulling meals that are NOT processed and pumped with artificial stuff.

Enjoy and thanks for viewing!

If you want to learn how I stumbled upon juicing click here.

Opting for a natural boost

Tired of being sick, fatigue, and not my normal 110%, I’m trying something new. Especially since it’s only four weeks in to 2012, I have to much on the agenda to be slowing down.  Looking to change and cleanse my diet I watched Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead by Joe Cross.  Moved by what I saw I purchased a Breville Juice Fountain Plus today and began juicing.

My first concoction:

-Half a pint of Blueberries

-1 dozen strawberries

-1 apple

-2 peeled oranges

With all the excitement and the delicious taste,  I drank it all up before remembering to take an image of it.

Throughout the next couple of weeks I’ll be experimenting with fruits and vegetables.  On my way to a healthier me!

Note to self -Banana-doesn’t juice.  Now I know.

Have you watch this movie?  What did you think?  Do you juice?  Any great recipes you would like to share?

Would love to hear.

Enjoy and thanks for viewing!