Saying GOODBYE to 100lbs or more!!!

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  • SoonToBeSkinnyMe

    1 day ago


    Hi everyone. I'm new to the group and am looking to lose 110 lbs!! I started juicing 10 days ago and have lost 9 lbs so far. I'm really pleased with this as I have an underactive thyroid and losing wieght can be a challenge. Wish me luck!

  • MikeM

    3 days ago


    Hi! I am new to the group. I need to lose at least a 100 pounds and could use all the support I can get.

  • PrairieWest

    2 days ago

    Welcome aboard! There is a lot of good support here - keep us updated on your progress!

  • Maddogcupcake

    5 days ago


    Wow, so many new people posting this week! Way to take a leap in the right direction! You've come to the right place. A lot of people here have had big success and offer great advice. YOU CAN DO IT. Keep posting, keep juicing, forgive your slips and stick to your plan! "If it is to be, it is up to me!"

  • Momtocav

    1 week ago


    Alright here we go! I am writing it down. Putting it out into the universe. I am going to lose 150lbs. There is no try. I have to get the weight off. I have to do it for my kids. I have to do it for my husband. Most of all I have to do it for me. I can't live the way I have been living anymore. I can't feel this bad all the time. I need to be my best self for everyone around me.



    I am on day three so far of straight juice and I feel pretty good so far. Only real craving I have had is for salty foods like peanuts but I have resisted which is a big deal for me.

  • LouLouD

    1 week ago


    Day 6 for me and really struggling. I'm so fidgety and in the past I would eat or whip up the cocktails to subdue that feeling. It's just after 4 pm here and I haven't done either of those yet. Just wanted to check in and read about how it's going for everyone else. Thanks for being here and having me in the group.

  • Maddogcupcake

    5 days ago

    LouLou - are you hanging in there? Activity in the evening - like walking, lifting light weights or gentle yoga ... or some group hobbies - might be a good fit for you!

  • PrairieWest

    2 days ago

    An exercise a Buddhist friend of mine gave me might be helpful for you - when you feel fidgety, restless, or you experience anxiety, just sit (or stand, depending on where you are) quietly for a moment and think: what is causing this feeling? Why do I feel this way? The drinking and eating are avoidance tactics that only make you feel better for the moment. To really get a handle on feelings like this, finding the underlying causes, and dealing with those, is necessary.

    As you think about the why of it, also just acknowledge that 'yes, I feel this way. It's not wrong to feel this way - I just need to find the causes why.' She said to 'observe the feelings in a nonjudgmental way, acknowledge them, and let it be okay.'

    It's not an instant fix, and the exercise is meant to be practiced and used as a coping mechanism in place of food, drink, shopping, etc. that are destructive or unhelpful in the long term.

    I do this now and it helps a lot. I still have bad days, but I have far fewer than I used to. I hope you find it helpful! Honest introspection is something sorely lacking in American culture especially, but also in many of us regardless of culture. Best of luck and health!

  • Juicethebabyweight

    1 week ago


    Hi The Princess Bride. I want to say this to you because I experienced someone being negative this morning and I simply had to put her on do not disturb. Do not give any thought to nay sayers. These same people complain about their situation and never take any action towards change, but you, you are in an elite group and that is you are apart of the small population of people who have awareness and the strength to get up and take action. Think about this imagine how you will feel once you reach your goal despite what others have said. Imagine those nay sayers once they see you feel and look better! Can you envision that. Forget those people and juice on. Work out with your trainer but you do not have to eat the way he wants you have every right to try a new way of eating and healing. Earlier today a family member said to me that she will not stop eating pizza because shes not going to be like me and deprive herself. WHAAAT I am not depriving myself I deprived myself of happiness and wellness when I was eating pizza and other crap but to call juicing deprivation? Wow! So fruits and vegetables are deprivation? Oh ok whatever is what I said and I simply told her look you eat your way and Ill eat my way and we can check in with each other later to discuss our results. Just keep going!

  • Yeager

    1 week ago

    Deprive yourself?!? Yeah right. This is feeding what you need for your body. Great attitude! When you get down to your healthy weight, folks will be asking you how you did it. Keep it up!

    CU@Healthy!

    Rick

  • Juicethebabyweight

    1 week ago


    I weighed myself yesterday and I am 211 I must admit I was very sad and discouraged. Before the baby I was around 150 and after the baby I began to eat refined, and processed foods because I had no energy to work out or cook healthy I had no energy because I was trying to get to know my little one and become acclimated to "new momhood." I am on the Juice reboot and I feel great today I am not thinking about the number I saw on the scale I am only thinking about what I can control today which is my choice to continue juicing. I have the power to make the numbers on the scales change and as the hours of tody pass I will continue to juice my way back to a healthy weight and a healthy attitude,

  • Juicethebabyweight

    1 week ago


    hi Jaszmeg05, I started officially today as well. Yesterday was simply a test run of the different juices I would like to have. Honestly it is really fun to think of juice mixtures. Right now I am having carrots and apple for my breakfast juice. I like to keep it simple because the veggie and fruit bill can add up so I don't want to mix too many ingredients. Good luck to you-Lets do this! What is your goal weight?

  • Jaszmeg05

    1 week ago


    Glad to hear there is people like me. I just started to juice today, more fruit than veggies. I already have a headache maybe because I haven't had enough water nor juice. I found the mean green to be very intense juice, I guess ill just have to tweek it up a bit to where I can stand it. I already told myself plenty of times today I was ready to quit. I really need this, I need to stay focused but its so hard. Hat's off to all you who have made it so far! Really an inspiration!

  • The Princess Bride

    1 week ago


    Hey peeps! I watched the first movie for the 3rd time this weekend. I bought a juicer and I'm ready to get started. I have two main goals in mind. Get the pressure of this weight off of my knees (and all the other health beifits that go into kissing the weight) and getting fit (finally- after struggling with my weight all of my adolescent and adult life) for my wedding! I don't want my knees to hurt anymore when I do simple task, get swollen ankles on car and plan rides, huff and puff from one flight of stairs or look at my wedding photos on day and regret how I look. I have to do this! My hubby to be is completely on board and is my biggest supporter. Time to do this! I'm gonna try a bunch of juice recipes this week and get started Friday morning. My biggest worry is my trainer who is a hugh fan of a meat protein based diet and other nay Sayers making this more difficult for me by casting doubt in my mind when this is already going to be really difficult. Anyone have any advice on that? I'm scared but excited ;-)

  • PrairieWest

    1 week ago

    HI Princess Bride (still love that movie, btw) and welcome! It's each to their own, so when it comes to defending what you are doing, I would recommend just pointing that out to people. I have found that adopting a moderate tone - something like 'I decided to try this for awhile and see how it goes. If it doesn't work I can change it down the road' - can save you from getting into arguments that could go on forever.

    My other advice would be not to tell people if you think they will argue. It isn't like your dietary habits are anyone else's need-to-know.

    Best of luck and health!

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