The Dress Doesn't Fit

So, I bought this dress for a wedding I am going to in a week and it is too tight. Like, uncomfortably too tight. I usually don't order clothes online for this reason, but I was IN LOVE with this particular dress. So, now I am in serious I-NEED-TO-DO-A-JUICE-CLEANSE-MODE. I tried the dress on earlier this week (right after the Superbowl unfortunately) and decided that I had just under 2 weeks and it was doable. 

For those of you who have been or are anticipating being in the same boat, it's really quite simple to drop a few pounds even if you only have 3 or 4 days. Here are a couple different options:


For 1 week work out and eat lighter than usual (fruit, vegetables, salads w/ healthy salad dressings, non-creamy soups) with a few green juices a day. The 2nd week do a 3-6 day juice cleanse, and the remainder of the days after your juice cleanse are light eating days (same as before your cleanse). 


For the first 2 days eat light and healthy foods (fruit, vegetables, salads w/ healthy salad dressings, non-creamy soups), then do a 3 day juice cleanse, then 2 more days of eating light and healthy.


You can slim down quick by just doing a juice cleanse for 3 days. I've been able to lose 5 lbs and slim down in the tummy area by an inch or two in just 3 days. (*results vary and are not guaranteed). During your cleanse make sure to drink lots of water in addition to your 6 juices per day. The water will help your body flush out everything that is making you puffy and bloated.

*Results will always vary for individuals, depending on the individual's physical condition, lifestyle, and diet. Testimonials and results contained within may not be an implication of future results. Always consult your physician before making any dietary changes or starting any nutrition, health control or exercise program. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The information in this website is not intended as a substitute for medical advice.