Group Cleanse Support Topic: The Process and The Lemonade Diet (My Experience)

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Support Topic: The Process and The Lemonade Diet


The Master Cleanse is a process. And it’s more than just making the lemonade diet drink each time you’re hungry. To successfully get through a protocoal like this you need to consciously into a process, a routine so that you come to depend on what’s next. For example, first thing, SWF, next perhaps your normal morning routine, followed by the eliminations from the SWF. Once those start you can have your first lemonade. Maybe you want 4 lemonades by lunch, and 6 after. When is your peppermint tea break? Do you workout during the day? How do you manage work schedule? You get the point…

What is the process you go through to make your Lemonade each day? Do you have any tips? How are you changing this process, if at all, over time? Do you use 2 chugabbles or make 1 glass at a time like Stanley Burroughs suggested. What alternatives to the Lemonade Diet have you used *(Check for generally accepted practices). Do you add anything to the proccess like Psyllium or Bentonite? How do you manage your day? Do you do make the Lemonade in the morning? Do you sip it all day or take big gulps when your most hungry?

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1,046 Responses to Group Cleanse Support Topic: The Process and The Lemonade Diet (My Experience)

  1. Lorraine October 22, 2016 at 1:16 pm #

    Day 6
    I sloosh from glass to jug to mix the lemonade and drink fairly quick! Yes I’m with you there Anna hot water is good :)

    • Anna October 23, 2016 at 12:18 am #

      it seems only two of us here :)

      • Lorraine October 23, 2016 at 4:31 am #

        So I’ve noticed! :)

  2. Anna October 22, 2016 at 12:28 am #

    Day 6!
    I drink from 8 to 10 lemonades per day. Can’t stand the smell of cayenne. When i feel cold i drink hot water. it helps to warm up.

  3. Lorraine October 21, 2016 at 11:50 am #

    Day 5, still here!
    Well I did a silly thing and left the cayenne pepper at work yesterday so I had to go without today, I really missed it as I find it warms me up.
    Drinking about 10 lemonade a day

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