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Day 25: Nut Milk just sounds dirty...


Today I had mango pineapple apple orange juice for breakfast (again, totally yummy).  I nursed it all day though.  Aroung lunch I had a small organic Almond chocolate milk. It was verry yummy, very very yummy, and I think all so wrong.  I read about using nut milk if you are losing weight too fast, to try to slow it down, so I tried one to try and slow my loss as I lost 30 lbs so far.  It was something dangerous. I had another serving for dinner.  I think that is the last I have it as it tasted like chocolate heaven. I have OD'd on it today and I feel a bit zingy. I have 2 more single servings left in the fridge. I think I will give them away if I can't resist (but they are good till November, if I want to save them.)

I went for another session with my colonic lady today.  She loves my Vibram Five Finger toe shoes. Aside from our lengthy conversations about my shoes, she chatted my up about how the fast is going...I think really well.  She had once done a fast for two weeks at a retreat center and she gets how this long fast is tough but cleansing. I won't go into details again, but she says things are looking good with my fast so far.

Woot to 30lbs gone!

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