Do people really think like this?

I was recently reading an article online at www.huffingtonpost.com.  It was an article by a freelance writer, and it was about a juice cleanse they attempted.  Now, I know it isn't for everyone, and I understand that some find it more challenging than others (depending on their diet).  But the thing that shocked me the most was the fact that the writer was whinging ferociously about it, and at the same time lusting after their grocery shopping - which inlcuded "Chips Ahoy! Reese's Puffs! Chocolate chips!" 

The write lists the secret ingredient in a juice cleanse as being - "nausea".  Really?  Is that actually suprising?  If your regular grocery haul consists of foods that could last a nuclear war, ice age and probably the end of the world as we know it, then "nausea" seems like a fair withdrawal symptom.


Anyways, enough of a rant - if you want to read it - http://www.huffingtonpost.com/linda-flanagan/juice-cleanse-_b_1385913.html


Catherine Craig
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