I was checking out YouTube to get a variety of perspectives on Juice Fasting and I came across this great video blogger RawRadiantHealth who gave some really good perspective on a question posed to her about how to get your protein while juice fasting.
She explains that the point of any fast isn't to build or maintain muscle, it's to detoxify and cleanse, and getting protein isn't really the main point of juice fasting. She also discusses exercise and activity while you're fasting. Good video below!continue...
Hi, my name is Tyler.
My goal in this life is to defy the myth of aging.
You are probably thinking, “yeah, sure, okay dude.” But yes, it is true.
People can live one hundred years old.
And still do marathons.
In short, it’s all centers on keeping your body supple and taking in the right nutrients.
If you avoiding eating things that will kill you, you are can defy the myth of aging.
If you keep your body supple by consistently moving through the right balance of activities, you can defy the myth of aging.
Sure, we will all get wrinkly skin and gray hairs. But it doesn’t matter what we look like. All that matters is what we are capable of doing.
Today I prepare myself to embark on a 5 day juice fast.
This is not the first time I have juice fasted, however I am still no expert at the discipline. My recipes are still being refined, as well as my practice.
I typically have a simple set of goals for each juice fast I experience. This week, my goals by sacrificing solids are to:
• Create space for mental clarity and persistent presence
• Develop a greater sense of physical awareness (to promote much need healing and mind-body connection)
• To grow my appreciation for food, eating properly and consuming the best nutrients possible
So today, I tapered my meals size from produce, oats, dried fruits, nuts and seeds, down to a glass of hearty vegetable juice for dinner.
Somatic exercises can help anyone overcome just about any chronic ailment (within time,) and I strongly believe this. For me, I have sensory motor amnesia (SMA) in the left psoas muscle from over-training in various endurance sports.
My SMA has nearly disappeared, however that damn left psoas is not quite 100% functional. I strongly believe that by sending more blood to this ailment by giving my digesting track break, I will better sense the muscle and hopefully free it for good.