a reply to: Raxoxane
I was thinking that too. She might need to see a nutritionist, idk, but fruits/veg would at least get vital nutrients into the system.
If you're not going to, or cant eat at the moment, juicing might be beneficial to you. It seems something you've had to deal with for a while now, so
maybe a quality juicier would be a good investment. Like an omega, or tribest, or something, those are great, slow juicers. They just separate the
juice from the fiber w/o destroying the nutrients. So you would not be eating the fiber, but you would be getting all the nutrients that the fruit or
veg has to offer through the juice. You said you drink a lot of soda, maybe change that into juice, and then at least you'd be getting a lot of
nutrients, vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients.
Store bought juice isn't so great, its filled with god knows what- dyes, processed sugars, artificial flavors, most the nutrients are killed off
through pasteurization or the processes they use. But slow juicing fresh fruits and veg. keeps all the nutrients in the juice, just w/o the fiber.
Yeah, they can have sugars in them too, but they are natural sugars, and with that natural sugar, are loads of nutrients, vitamins, and minerals,
The body needs fibers too, but if you cant at the time, juicing might be beneficial to you- for the nutrients (and it tastes fantastic too, well the
right combos, plain kale is just nasty imo)
Sweet potato, carrot, ginger- outstanding juice. Beet, apple, celery, carrot- fantastic. Spinach, apple/pineapple- very good. You cant find this
at the store. And there's all kinds of combos, straight leafy greens (if it can be tolerated, I cant, I have to add an apple or pineapple to it).
Sorry, this wasn't really to scare you, so- to scare you- well, as others have said- you'll loose your health, dwindle down into nothing and die a
slow, painful death. But maybe you're not afraid to die, so saying you'll die wouldn't be an effective tactic into scaring you?