MISS ANDREA LEWIS | 30 Days of Juicing makes you a better person
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30 Days of Juicing makes you a better person


I’m a juicer! If you follow me on instagram or twitter than you’ll know that about 60% of the time I’m posting about healthy eating and all the juices and smoothies I make on a regular basis. Juicing is something I believe in and will gladly preach about to anyone willing to listen.

My journey with juicing started about a year ago when I watched a documentary called, “Fat Sick and Nearly Dead” by Australian business man Joe Cross. This is hands down the most inspirational documentary I’ve ever watched in my life, it completely changed my life and my perspective on food. At the time I was already becoming more and more interested in changing my diet and my body. The last few years my weight and diet have been a huge struggle, I love bread, sugar and cheese and these are all things that are really not good for me and no matter how I tried I wasn’t able to remove any of these things from my diet. Watching “Fat Sick and Nearly Dead” made me realize how much will power plays into making a big change and how often most of us automatically think we can do it, or I could never, or I love food too much blah blah. The basic synopsis of “Fat Sick and Nearly Dead” is successful business man Joe Cross is sick and overweight, he’s tried everything to cure himself and nothing has worked. He decides to go on a 60 day juice fast (he’s ONLY drinking juice for 60 days) across America and talk to Americans about what he’s doing and what they’re eating. Every single person he came across said they didn’t have the “will power” to do what he was doing. Watching it was sad and a big kick in the stomach because I realized that this whole time I was no different from the strangers he interacted with. The fast changed his weight, his health and his overall life. The next day my boyfriend and I bought a Breville Juicer, went to the farmers market and bought $300 worth of vegetables and fruits started juicing. You may not believe me but we saw a change right away, we had more energy, felt better inside and out and our skin started to look better and this was just with the simple addition of one juice a day to go with our regular diet. During the summer I did a my first15 day juice fast, it was difficult, at times I hated it but by the end of it I loved it! I lost weight, I looked younger and I overall felt better.

On February 4th I stepped my game up and did a 30 day juice fast. The rules were 5 days of eating and juicing fruits and vegetables and then 10 days of just juicing, and I kept doing that until the month ended. This time I didn’t have the same “hate feeling” I had when I did the 15 day one, as a matter of fact it was the complete opposite, the entire time I felt amazing! There’s something about challenging yourself and seeing yourself succeed that builds your confidence and throws those old thoughts of “not having the will power” to the wind! I lost about 12 pounds, challenged myself with new workouts every week and started to actually believe in myself and love the change that I was seeing not only in my physique but in my mentality. Mentality is everything! If you think you can then you can, if you want it then go and get it. 30 days of juicing changed my health, my hair, my skin, my body, my mentality and overall made me a better person.


How to make a juice: Green Monsta! 



Swiss Chard

(a big handful of both use the whole thing, stems and all)

2 Cucumbers

2 Broccoli Stems

4 Green Apples

Chunk of Ginger root

Put this all into your juicer one group at a time, press it slow and enjoy!

  • Aja
    Posted at 18:47h, 13 March Reply

    Thanks for posting the recipe

  • Sarah Jospeh
    Posted at 18:48h, 13 March Reply

    This sounds so hard, I don’t think I could last 30 days

  • lawanda
    Posted at 01:49h, 18 March Reply

    Thanks for sharing! You made me want to commit to better health. Thank you for sharing.

  • Ike Ashley
    Posted at 17:49h, 24 March Reply

    The thing with me is that I have a mean appetite. Did you ever have serious cravings? If you were away from your juicer, like at work or in school, what did you do for food?

    • Andrea
      Posted at 17:56h, 24 March Reply

      Girl! I am a huge foodie, but I was still able to do it. I had cravings for all kinds of food while I was doing it but I just thought about my will power and how I’m doing the juicing for a long term gain while my cravings were short term. If I knew I was going to be out for the day I’d make juices and bring them with me or stop at health food places and get a smoothie but making sure I knew all the ingredients they were using because I didn’t want any added sugars or dairy. It’s hard but it’s worth it.

  • Remi
    Posted at 03:38h, 26 March Reply

    Hi Andrea. I REALLY want and NEED to start eating healthier and whatnot and I want my skin to be better too. I don’t want to lose any weight though. If I want to do this 30 day challenge, I can do it but still eat right?


    • Andrea
      Posted at 19:58h, 26 March Reply

      Yes you can eat on it, maybe you should do a 30 days of just eating fruits and veggies and see what that does for you. I’m sure you’ll see a glow and health to your skin. Good luck!

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