A challenge to make and drink a glass of juice at least once a day or as a meal replacement.

If you accept the challenge, you have to juice at least once a day for 30 days straight.

What's the purpose?
Get into a healthy habit of juicing.

The purpose of this is to get you into the healthy habit of juicing more often and living the juicing lifestyle.

If you do this for 30 days straight, I am positive that you are going to thank me.

For those of you who's around me, you know that I have done this before and I lost a whole 31 lbs of the unwanted weight.

What do you need?
Answer: A juicer.

You need a juicer NOT a blender.
And if you prefer - you can use your nutri-bullet.

Is this only for beginners?
Answer: It's for anyone that wants it

It's a great way for beginners to get into juicing, but it's also for people who have juiced before. It's also a fantastic way to challenge yourself to really get into a healthy habit of juicing, no matter what your experience is.

Can I store my juice?
Answer: Yes.

The popular belief is that juice can last for up to 72 hours in the fridge, in an airtight container.

Yes, nutrients are lost overtime, but it's an extremely slow process. We're talking tiny fractions per hour, here.
You're going to hear "you have to drink it right away!" but tell them they're wrong. You can also freeze your juice. Yes, really! Ask grandma.

Can I use my own recipes?
Answer: Yes. Juice what you want!

Can I afford the produce?
Answer: No idea.

There's no easy way to calculate how much it'll be for you, but it was built with cheap, high-yield recipes in mind.

To give you an idea, I spent from $25-35 for week buying my produce from a local farmers market.

Do I drink it with a meal?
Answer: If you want.

You could juice as a meal replacement. Otherwise, drink it with a meal or salad.

Seems like a lot of calories
Answer: Come on.

A juice calorie isn't the same as a potato chip calorie. Juice sugar isn't the same as coke's sugar. Don't be concerned about getting fat off of juice.

This is an extremely controversial topic because all sugar is lumped into the same "Sugar" name on nutritional labels. The natural sugar in your homemade juice isn't the same as added refined sugar. The easiest way to put this, and what scientists are starting to find, is that your body understands natural sugar more than refined sugar.

Don't look at the back of a Pepsi can and compare it to your juice. There's a ton of good things happening in your juice and comparing the grams of sugar from shelf items isn't the way you should approach this. That's what we believe, but you're entitled to your opinion. Also, calm down. Drink some juice.

My goal - is to be the ambassador and walk my friends and co-workers to a healthier lifestyle.

Feel free to ask me questions - let's do this together!