Ideally about four full glasses of juice can be taken per day at regular intervals. That would be roughly one liter of juice per day. You may consume more quantity if you feel the need or if you feel too hungry.
On the second, you can eat boiled vegetables, soups, fruits, nuts, diluted milk, rice milk, cooked starchy vegetables like potatoes and squashes, etc. along with fruit and vegetable juices.
During a 7-day juice cleanse, you may experience certain reactions in the body. Most common reaction is feeling a sudden bout of hunger during day. During a juice fast, you are consuming only between 300 – 600 Calories in a day. So the blood sugar may go down and you will feel sudden hunger. Do not worry. You can just prepare another glass of juice and consume it.
Some people take just one type of juice every day, while others prefer combination of different types of fruits or vegetables. Most cleansing programs prefer a cocktail of various fruits and vegetable juices, while adding lemon and small quantities of natural spices. In general, vegetables contain good amount of micro nutrients like Vitamin A, Vitamin B Complex, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, iron, magnesium and calcium. On the other hand, fruit juices contain more of macro nutrients like carbohydrates, protein and fat which give you more calories. Fruits also contain more fructose than vegetables. Hence, it is good to consume a combination of fruits and vegetables to get advantage of the wider range of nutrients. You can prepare your own favorite recipes according to your taste and need.
The important thing to note is that these reactions are normal and will last for a short while and is a symptom of the detoxification and cleansing.
What Fruits/Vegetables can be consumed during a juice Cleanse?
Fruit juices can be made from orange, grapes, tangerine, pomegranate, watermelon, lemon, passion fruit, apple, guava, strawberries, blueberries, etc. Coconut water may also be consumed in between.