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Weekend Fun: Trying the Cleanse

Here is a fun Memorial Day “bonus” video from the YouTube Small Bites Nutrition channel.

Everything starts off as fun and games.

That is, until I sip from my “Master Cleanse” glass…

Watch the video here or enjoy it right below this sentence!



  1. jamie said on May 26th, 2008

    lol… love it! Are you going to actually try doing the whole cleanse? Or are you just tasting it?

  2. Andy Bellatti said on May 26th, 2008

    Hi Jamie,

    Thought it would be fun to throw in a little bit of humor with my “anti cleanse” posts.

    Oh no, this was just a taste. This morning I happily CHEWED a parfait of Greek yogurt, strawberries, bananas, walnuts, and ground flaxseed for breakfast.

    No lemon juice here! :)

  3. Jennifer Armstrong said on May 28th, 2008

    Hi Andy,
    I tried the Master Cleanse once (just once!) and don’t claim to have received any miraculous benefit from it.
    However, I will say that the experience of going without meals and my usual food routines was extremely confrontational. What! No morning coffee! What! No wine before dinner — and no dinner! Wait! No midday meal to break my work hours? No snack? It provided me with an opportunity to examine my eating in a pretty dramatic way.
    For that reason alone, I think trying a fast once isn’t such a bad idea.

  4. Andy Bellatti said on May 28th, 2008


    Thanks for your comment.

    How long did you do the “cleanse” for?

    I am all for examining and evaluating food intake, but I think keeping a detailed and accurate food diary for a few days (say, 3) can be just as illuminating without subsisting on liquids all day.

    I just don’t see any real educational value in forgoing food.

  5. <b>name:</b> jess said on May 30th, 2008

    hahahah that face was priceless.

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