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  • ThreeKings96

    7 hours ago


    Hello everyone. I'm currently finishing up day 7 of my juice fast. I'm still hungry though. When will the hunger growls go away?

  • Joe

    9 hours ago


    Hey all I just wanted to check in. I'm finishing day 8 today. Hunger pains are gone completely and my energy level remains though the roof. I'm down over 7 pounds and can't believe how good I feel. I'm definitely going to continue past the 10 day mark, allowing myself a healthy eating option if the need or social situation calls for it. I'm just glad that I'm thinking about making the right choices now. Have a great night everyone!

  • reclaim

    7 hours ago

    Isn't it just great when things go so well!

  • Sergio

    10 hours ago


    at the end of day 4. Feeling great, i checked my blood sugar and it surprised me at 107 it hasnt been that low on a while and when it was i felt dizzy, but not today i actually feel great... looking foreward to day 5 and beyond....... hope every one is having a great day. Juice on...

  • Joe

    9 hours ago

    Look at Sergio go! Great job and I'm happy to hear that your blood sugar is coming down.

  • reclaim

    11 hours ago


    I am glad to see some others starting this juicing challenge. Wow, the support and positive feedback are really humbling, such positive people here! Made it through the social outing ok, ordered a salad, tried a little soup too, but it tasted too salty!!! That was a good thing, because ordering the salad was plenty, and the added soup was pushing it, and I knew it. The suggestion of making broth is a good one, I'll try it; after a week (and 5 pounds), it is important to include some variety.



    The sequel movie is something I've purposely held off watching till I am halfway through my 30 days. By day 15, a little inspiration may help. I am not really hungry (unbelievable), and getting right back on track after the social event was welcome rather than drudgery. As someone here said, this is kind of the "bubble." After completing the 30 day challenge, making choices and navigating outside the bubble is the next challenge ahead. Having the "bubble" to always come back to, however, is reassuring. Juicing is going to be the future "autocorrect" when I stray from maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

  • Joe

    9 hours ago

    Reclaim you'll enjoy FSD2 a lot. It has more to do with maintaining a healthy lifestyle than juicing. It'll be the perfect inspiration for day 15.

  • K Marie

    16 hours ago


    Hey Beets, thanks for the help with, well, you know what. LOL I think I am going to weigh less tomorrow! ha haha

  • Melly

    21 hours ago


    I'm at the end of day 3 - just a little headache but feeling pretty good :) Really enjoying reading all your posts, juice on!

  • Maria

    1 day ago


    Hi, my name is Maria and I am just getting started.

  • Stacy

    22 hours ago

    Hi Maria - I'm glad you found our group! Starting a juice fast can be overwhelming, so feel free to ask questions and check in regularly.

  • Joe

    9 hours ago

    Welcome Maria! We're all here to support you if you need it.

  • K Marie

    1 day ago


    Morning of day 4. I caught myself as the routine of making coffee kicked in - but not the need. Laughed and walked 2 steps to the fridge. I think my success will depend on continually having something ready to go verses making it as I need it. I try to do at least 2 servings each time so there is always something to grab. I thought I might keep a couple store made cold pressed juices on hand fr emergencies but HOLY CRAP - they want like 7$ for a 12 ounces. Lost another 1/2 pound. The first two days were dramatic - more than 2 pounds each, but I prefer slow and steady. I will be thrilled if I can do 3-4 pounds a week.

  • Stacy

    22 hours ago

    You are absolutely right about having juices available and ready to go. I make enough juice to last me a few days. I freeze a few as a buffer. If you do a long juice fast, the hassle of juicing every day can really wear on you. Juices are good for 3 days refrigerated. Of course, the highest nutritional content is right from the juicer, but finding a way to balance juicing into a sustainable lifestyle is far more important. Do what works best for you.

  • reclaim

    2 days ago


    Day 6, and I ended up "cheating." Gum chewing just didn't suffice, and I ended up eating a kale "salad." Just veggies, really, but I felt a bit sad that I didn't sustain. Chewing some solid food is what I craved, not a sweet or something bad for my body. Back on track and going to try to stay strong. Life goes on, back in the saddle.

  • K Marie

    2 days ago

    I am almost through day 3. Doing ok, but once I realized broth was approved, I have a warm cu of chicken broth and man oh man was that satisfying. I also made an all veggie batch this afternoon and used the pulp to make veggie broth. It simmered for about 2 hours, I added garlic and a little sea salt and it is amazing. The warm broth fills me up differently than the juice. Just something to try. By the way, don't be too hard on yourself, a kale salad doesn't sound that "cheaty" to me. my $.02

  • Joe

    2 days ago

    While i was making my dinner juice i ate a tomato. You didn't cheat. You made a healthy choice. I'm just finishing day 6 as well. I have gotten so much energy back that i ran on the treadmill for 25 minutes. I typically only run when I'm being chased... You're doing great. If these healthy things are what we all reach for i think we're going to be ok.

  • Stacy

    2 days ago

    Hey Reclaim - Lack of chewing is definitely a challenge. It's one of those things we don't even think about, then all of a sudden we start juicing and it's gone! You made great choices on the things you ate, and most importantly, you are right back on your juicing plan.

    One thing to keep in mind when you are juicing, is that your juicer is doing "all of the work" for you. Your juicer breaks down the fruits and veggies so that the nutrients can be easily absorbed by your body. When you eat the same fruits and veggies, you do the work by chewing and digesting. However, the nutrients are the same whether you juice or chew.

    Be kind to yourself and don't beat yourself up. You did great and you made excellent choices.

  • Sergio

    2 days ago
    Dont look at it like "cheating" but rather a healthy reward for your 6th day of juicing, you are doing great keep up the good work...
  • Sergio

    2 days ago


    good morning, im at the end of my shift, we are in Sullivan Mo.... well i found out last night just how dependant i was on coffee but i resisted the temptation and just drank alot of water..... having my first juice of day 2 then going to bed, cheers!!

  • Joe

    2 days ago
    Excellent work Sergio! Just wait till day 5 or 6. I'm on day 6 now and am more awake and alert without coffee than with it. I can't remember the last time I had so much to burn.
  • Stacy

    2 days ago

    Great job Sergio! I really like how you have planned your juicing. It's clear that you are determined and committed to success. Dropping caffine is hard, if the challenge becomes too great, you could switch to tea or ease into cutting back on coffee over a series of days. Obviously, no coffee would be the best choice, but depending upon how dependant you are on caffine, the withdrawals can be pretty rough. I just don't want caffine withdrawals to be a deal breaker for you . . . but I doubt they would be because you seem very motivated and committed.

    Also, expect to experience some energy lulls during the first few days. You'll be amazed at your energy level once you get a few days under your belt.

    Keep up the good work! You are a real inspiration!

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