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Day 4: Today is the first day I woke up feeling like I’ve never felt before, or at least in a long time. I woke up feeling so rejuvenated with so much energy. The lemonade doesn’t even faze me anymore. I was slightly worried about the day because we had a show where I’d really be putting my body to the test. However, the energy lasted throughout the whole day and I loaded our gear in and out without any problems. Playing drums for a 45 min set (which is a workout in itself) was not bad either. The cleanse baffles me. I haven’t even been hungry yet. I was skeptical at first but now I’m a believer.

Day 5: Still feelin’ great but should not have watched the “Deadliest Catch’ marathon today. The Discovery Channel seemed to know I was on the cleanse and threw at me all the food commercials it had in its arsenal of advertisement. I’ve noticed all the most effective food advertising tips and tricks. For example, any slow motion shot of something being dipped into some other kind of delicious sauce, and then slowly drawn out of the pool of sauce, leading to slow motion sauce overflow – yea, that’s a good advertising technique. I was sold. All in all, still pressing on. I’m still not hungry, but still missing the taste and variety of food.

Day 6: Headed up to Boone, NC today to visit my old college buddies. Unfortunately I couldn’t hit up all my favorite local eateries, indigenous to Boone, such as Capone’s Pizza, Black Cat Burrito, and Woodlands BBQ. This afternoon, me and my buddies hiked up and climbed Raven’s Rock. I was worried about whether I’d be able to handle it on the lemonade diet. Surprisingly, it was the easiest hike/climb I’d ever done, stamina wise. I’ve decided I’m only going to do the cleanse for 7 days instead of 10. Not because I’m a quitter but because of my schedule. Though, I will surely do the cleanse longer sometime later in the year.

Day 7: Last day of the cleanse. I’ve really gotten used to this routine and schedule so it doesn’t seem like it’s been a whole week of no solid food. Once you get adjusted, it’s not that hard of a routine to maintain. This has been a big accomplishment for me and I didn’t know if I could make it. I’m not completely out of the clear yet. I’ve gotta ease back into food. So tomorrow I drink heavy pulped orange juice and light fruit. Then the next day I eat more fruits and veggies and some light soup. Followed by soups and salads the day after that. If I were to jump right back into normal quantities of food then it’d be bad news for me.

In conclusion, my name is Todd Davis and I approve of the Master Cleanse.

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  1. Hi Todd,
    This Master Cleanse sounds interesting. Hahaha I have been addicted to you guy’s blog. It is such a joy to read. I too am a musician and I’m in a band, well mostly a garage band but hey it’s a start. You can check our website out, it’s I am the bass player. I am very excited for your full length cd to come out, I’ve been almost-patiently waiting for it.
    Good luck getting back on real food,

  2. I can’t believe you did that! I’d probably die. Mad props, y0!

  3. BOONE!!! YES!!! :)!!!! Just Wondering! Have ya ever been to Tweetsie Railroad up the the good old mountains of NC in Halloween Season??? FANTASTIC stuff man!!! Haha, being in a baptist community we don’t usually dig Halloween, but Tweetsie in october is insane fun!

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