Day 2- 251.6!

May 11, 2008

Lost 4.2 pounds on day 1, I could not care less whether it was only water or not….SERIOUS progress! Hoorah!

Today, raw fruits and veggies in large amounts, 1 gallon + purified water, hummus and chocolate!

Short goal: 30 lbs by June 14th, 35 days.

Long goal: 75 lbs for final weight of 185 by 10/1/08.


Delicious, nauseating, wheatgrass!

May 10, 2008



What is wheatgrass?

Wheatgrass is young sprouted wheat of 1 to 2 weeks of age. Once wheatgrass reaches a height of 12 to 20cm it can be cut and then juiced. Due to its fibrous nature, wheatgrass is indigestible to humans, which is why it needs to be juiced and why cows need four stomachs to digest grass.

The health benefits of drinking wheatgrass

Here are some of the many health benefits wheatgrass has…

  • Wheatgrass aids in the prevention of and fight against infections and improves the body’s ability to heal wounds.
  • Wheatgrass helps removes heavy metals from the body.
  • Wheat grass absorbs 92 out of the known 102 minerals from the soil.
  • Wheatgrass helps with skin problems such as eczema or psoriasis.
  • Chlorophyll in wheatgrass helps improve blood sugar disorders.
  • Wheat grass helps eliminate body odours.
  • The high magnesium content in chlorophyll builds enzymes that restore the sex hormones.
  • Wheatgrass helps prevent tooth decay.
  • Chlorophyll in wheatgrass helps purify the liver.
  • Wheat grass arrests the growth of unfriendly bacteria.
  • Wheatgrass is an energiser for body and mind.
  • Wheatgrass is great for constipation and keeping the bowels open.
  • Wheat grass is non-allergenic.
  • wheatgrass aids in the prevention and fight against cancer.


Raw foods and weight loss-

May 10, 2008

Hiya!  I am beginning this blog to track my journey into the world of many raw fruits and vegetables, and their combined effects on my body.  I am currently at my heaviest weight, at my 23 years, of 255.8!  How did I gain that weight? I ate.  I am a foodie, working as a chef, I like to study and be up-to-date on all rich and delicious fattening foods, and of course, eat them ( with enthusiasm!).  Another issue, stress, more mental than all.  I am also beginning to challenge the way that I react to my world, and hopefully begin to stress my someday-six-pack, rather than my noggin! Only a small intro, I would like to post daily, food journal, thoughts and of course my success story!