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I refuse to weigh myself. After all the holiday merry eating with practically zero exercise (although there were times I feel so stuffed I would work out for an hour, but those times were very few, like once?), I most probably gained just a little (although my loose jeans do feel tight now).
The truth is I feel so big right now I am seriously considering detoxifying myself by trying Dr. Oz’s 3-Day Detox Cleanse.
For the meantime, though, (because Dr. Oz’s Detox Plan is not meant for Asians who have a hard time looking for kale and raspberries), I decided to use my dad’s Barley Juice, which I drank while I was working out (and very tired and so in need of water, so I won’t notice how bad it tastes).
Barley juice is made of barley grasses, which makers claim have a higher concentration of vitamins and nutrients than other raw vegetables. They claim that barley juice is a powerful cleanser, which helps to gently detoxify the liver, kidney, and the intestines.
I am so sold on the “detoxification” pitch that I would probably drink this everyday…
Adrian: “Yuck, mom, what’s that??? Is that sewer juice???”