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Well I made it 18 days 100% HCRV... My original plan was 2 weeks so I was happy to go that far. Only reason I slipped was I ended up at dinner at my godmothers and she had planned this whole meal so I went with it. I didnt eat meat or anything, I kept it vegan but cooked and tried to mainly fill up on the undressed salad that I was lucky to have made it to the table.

My question is now what? So I slipped, no big deal, but lets say I get hungry later in the evening and want a banana or some grapes. Will it be okay to jump right back into the "load up on fruit" mentality? Or having eaten cooked for dinner, should I just pound the water to flush my system of the salt and impurities and begin new tomorrow? How does cooked food weigh on my digestion and the rest of my evening?

Thanks for the help friends.

-Tyler

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That's a good question...I have no clue.  I'll try to stick around to see the responses you get.

These are the answers I got when I asked a few months ago. :)
http://www.30bananasaday.com/forum/topics/what-is-the-best-thing-do...

Ednshell's answer was really helpful to me: "It depends on how you feel, drink lots of water and sleep, drink lots of water and run, drink lots of water and eat some lettuce or drink lots of water and eat some fruit.  No matter what have your next fruit meal ready to eat, prepared, ready to consume."

Drink plenty of water, lots lots lots! When you get hungry tonight, have fruit. :)  Keep in mind you might get an upset stomach if you eat everything too close together (slow digesting food, then fast digesting food).

I'm curious if you could ellaborate on the getting diabetes. Fill me in please?!

Id eat more fruit and remember that people are running 2:03 in the marathon on corn and rice.

Be careful of getting in the rut of 'oh Ive eaten xyz so that means I can't do anything today..'

How best to 'pick back up?'. Just keep on living right. :)

Yeh, I agree with that. Your body doesn't need special measures for eating cooked vegan one single time; consider it can cope with much worse things and still be functional, so it's no big deal. 

+1! :)

Well said sir. Thank you!

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