The fact that the juicing is so hard to let go of may be a sign that it's the thing you need to let go of the most. I'm that way with chocolate. I tell myself plenty of things when I'm not on a W30 about how just this one piece is fine, it's not that much sugar, it has ingredients that are good for me! And in no time, I'm eating a whole bar a day because I'm stressed at work.
Who wants to need something to that extent? If you stop juicing for 15 days and eat vegetables instead, is that going to give you cancer? I'm fairly sure you don't believe that's true.
Branching out in veggie choices is one of the unexpected side benefits of doing this.
Other than kale, spinach, and onions, what have you tried or do you like? Maybe we can recommend recipes.
I also had huge hormonal problems on my first W30. I have hormone-related vertigo. Most of the time, I would get vertigo around my period. It would last a day or two and was mostly manageable. Three days after I started W30, I had THE WORST vertigo I have ever had in my life. Literally knocked me on my ass. I couldn't stand up, I stumbled like a drunk if I tried to walk, I was nauseous. If I moved AT ALL the world spun so fast that I couldn't actually see anything. It was a few days before I could really walk anywhere, and the vertigo didn't go away on its own. New crystals had formed in my ears and I had to see a specialist to position them so they'd stop giving me spells.
And I spotted. And my period showed up early.
And I was already a low-carb eater.
So the fact that you're having hormone shifts is evidence that W30 IS having an effect on you, even though it feels like complete crap at the moment.