I really need to put one together, all I have is the blog I wrote up 2 years ago right after I did the fast. Link to full write up is here: http://bettyrawker.com/2012/04/04/juice-fasting/
I would love to eventually put together an easier guide to follow though! What I wrote above does include a pretty good idea though of what I drank....
Some of the best things to juice: apples (can be the old "soft" ones) celery (amazing alkalizer), cucumbers, lemon, lime, handful of fresh herbs like basil, mint, cilantro, beets, grapes, all greens & lettuces (chard, kale, spinach, romaine, dandelion). It is a great way to use up older produce lying around too. I use a $10 nut milk bag w/ my blender to strain my juices now rather then getting out my $260 juicer. So much easier to clean up & much faster, instructions here: http://bettyrawker.com/2013/05/07/no-juicer-required/
And here I am 2 years later and I will stay that usually 2 outta 3 meals a day for me are still smoothies and juices. I LOVE them! I drink most of my meals (nut milks, fruits, veggies, greens, cacao, matcha, herbs) throughout the day, then prepare a larger meal in the evening when my husband comes home, and I will alter it a bit to have at least part of whatever I make starch free for me too! Often times a raw side salad, or even a stew, grilled fish, or I just snack on veggies and vegan macadamia "cheese".
I found so much health and happiness in blending and juicing my fresh foods, which makes them "pre-digested" and easily assimilated by the body. I don't feel restricted in the slighted either, these are the foods I crave!
And I do often have a stash of raw chocolates in the freezer, or a batch of starch free muffins or brownies if I need a quick bit, but mostly a smoothie girl.