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Joe Cross' 5 Day Juice Challenge

Happy New Year, Juice Challengers!


Happy New Year! We hope you had a great holiday and are already starting 2016 with a smile on your face. If you drank too much champagne, that’s okay because you’re only 11 days away from starting your 5-Day Juice Challenge. We’re sharing tips with you to get ready for the Reboot. It’s never too early to start preparing. By following some of these transition tips, you’ll be preparing your body for five days of consuming just juice. Our past Rebooters say it’s helpful to wean yourself off caffeine, refined sugar, dairy and meat in advance of your juice challenge.
Here’s what you can start working on now to get ready for your Reboot.

      

TRANSITION TIPS

Start being good to your body now. The more nutrient-packed foods you consume, the better you’ll feel early on in the 5-day challenge.
 


Up Your Consumption of
Fruits and Vegetables:

Try eating more salads, soups, smoothies and of course fresh juice with a variety of fruits and vegetables as well as whole grains, nuts, seeds, natural nut butters, beans and legumes.  Minimize consumption of processed foods, white flours and sugar.


 

Drink at Least 48 to 68 Ounces
of Water Per Day:

Get accustomed to drinking more water and feeling the wonderful effects of being well hydrated. Aim for 2 liters of water each day and enjoy adding fresh lemon, lime or orange for flavor and vitamin C. 
 



Transition Off Animal Proteins:

Choose wild fish or organic chicken over red meat. By the day before your Reboot starts, your protein should come from solely plant sources such as beans, nuts, legumes (for example, hummus, chick peas, lentils, edamame).


Transition Off Milk and Cheese:

Choose organic dairy with no added sugars.
If you choose non-dairy milks like almond, get unsweetened. The day before starting your 5-Day Juice Challenge, all dairy should be out of your diet.
 


 Boost Your Juice
with Protein:

If you like to exercise and don’t want to miss out on your protein intake, purchase our Reboot with Joe Protein Powder that was specifically created to mix well in juices.
 

What You Can Expect
During the Plan

On the day prior to your Reboot plan, you’ll be presented with your recipes for the next day, tips from our Reboot nutritionists and ways to make your next day a good one.
Each day will start the same. A typical day on your Reboot, looks like this:

WAKEUP:
8 oz. warm lemon water
Starting your day with warm water and lemon gets you off to a healthy start by helping with hydration and promoting bowel regularity.

BREAKFAST:
16 - 20 oz. juice
Don’t forget to drink your breakfast juice. You’ll need the nutrients to give you energy to get you through your morning.

MID-MORNING:
16 oz. unsweetened coconut water or
8 oz. organic vegetable broth

Drinking electrolyte-rich fluids like unsweetened coconut water or broth (not low sodium) can help to provide the important nutrients you need like sodium, potassium and magnesium, which may in turn help to prevent or lessen common symptoms.

LUNCH:
16 - 20 oz. juice

MID-AFTERNOON:
16 - 20 oz. juice
Forget the coffee, your juice will be the perfect snack to get your through the afternoon slump.

DINNER:
16 - 20 oz. juice

EVENING SNACK:
16 - 20 oz. juice

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A Few Reminders

January 8
Be on the lookout for your shopping list and more tips to get started on your Reboot. Until then, Juice On!

Learn More about Juice
Want to learn more about how juice affects your body?
Save the date on January 20th at 9PM  for our free webinar that shares everything you need to know about juice. We call it Juice 101 with Reboot Nutritionist, Stacey Kennedy. More info to come!
 

Joe Cross and the Reboot Team


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