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Sunday, April 1, 2012


Billy Woodmansee-(my) Trainer, Life Coach,
Nutritionist, Juice Coach, & Overall Good Guy
After coming to my morning workout eating a small box of chocolate gold fish I got an ear full from all the trainers at the gym and that’s about the time ole Billy thought I needed to revamp my nutrition.  So he made me a daily nutrition plan to follow and on Thursday he met me at Whole Foods Market.  We were there for two hours as he literally took me through each major section of the store and broke down what foods I should/shouldn’t eat and the nutritional value of all different foods.  To kick start my nurtrition he strongly recommended juicing to me.  Juicing is a way to get the micronutrients out of the fruits and vegetables into a drink where your body can easily absorb the essential nutrients.  For example, when you eat a carrot your body will absorb 95% of the fiber and 5% of the micronutrients (important vitamins); when you “juice” a carrot it extracts 95% of the micronutrients and 5% fiber.  The juice "The Mozart"  he told me to take daily includes: 1lb of spinach, 1lb of kale,2  cucumbers, 3 carrots, 2 apples, 3 beets,  celery, and 1 lemon. Although it’s a gag to get down, I have never and would never eat that many vegetables in one day let alone the spinach, kale, cucumbers, and beets.   So I told Billy I would fully commit to his plan for one week and wage whether I would continue because although its great for your health,  it’s an expensive habit to maintain.  I drink two juices a day and getting all the vegetables and fruit servings I need for probably the first time in my life.  Stay tuned for results….
The Mozart
Peachy Green- Surpisingly Good

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