I'm wondering if anyone else has experimented with taking most of their meals in liquid form? I have made this switch recently, and I feel like I am actually getting nutrition in my body for the first time in.... years. I spent many years struggling greatly with severe nausea and profound debilitating fatigue. After switching to a mostly liquid diet, I am not totally cured.... but I at least have some desire to stay on this planet for a little longer Here is what I have been doing. 3-4 times per day I have a liquid protein shake: yogurt ice little fruit little stevia rotating protein powder - my favorite one is from sprouted grains and legumes (raw protein) The rest of the time I just eat regular meals. I bought a little personal blender to make this easier and it works very well (costs $15). I know I should be eating more greens... but I have tried green smoothies in earnest in the past and they did not seem to help me. I feel much better than I did before, like my body is having a much easier time absorbing nutrition and protein this way and I am getting my energy back and not reacting to food all the time. Has anyone else tried anything like this? What are you eating? How is it going for you? UPDATE: I also created a "shake making station" in my kitchen. I did not used to have the energy to make shakes. It now takes me no more than three minutes to sit and make a shake, including all cleaning and washing. See my post below.