Saying GOODBYE to 100lbs or more!!!

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  • Juicethebabyweight

    1 month 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 month 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 month 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 month 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 month 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 month 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 month 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!

  • Juicethebabyweight

    1 month ago


    Hi everyone I bought a juicer today and I'm determined to get my health on a good path I really want to be apart of this group because you all are phenomenal and persevere and although I' do not have 100 pounds to loose I want to be apart of a group that's serious about health and understand the struggle of over eating, emotional eating and just feeling utterly horrible about ourselves. I'm 50 pounds over weight and feel embarrassed to be around people I have fat all over my body and it is disgusting I feel ugly and fat. I have not worked out in10 months and I've totally neglected a healthy diet. The last diet consisted of water only and I lasted 7 days. I'm ready for long lasting results. I hope I can be apart of this group!

  • PrairieWest

    1 month ago

    Welcome to the group!

  • LouLouD

    1 month ago


    Hello! I just started yesterday. Over the past few years I have had some success but it wasn't permanent. SO this is day 2 of a 60 day for me. I'm also working on the ReBoot Certification with the heartfelt hope that it will keep me on track. This is also a journey toward loving myself. At one point in my life I was 324 lbs. Deprivation diets and eating disorders saw me reach 140 but as we all know that never lasts. I am now 225. Therapy and ReBoot are my tools of choice for health and longevity this time around. I have never had an issue with a plant-based or all-plant diet but I have always been a party girl so those vegan snacks, cocktails and lots of beer really mess it all up for me. *I* mess it up for me. So here's to healthy choices and 58 more days of this ReBoot. I know there will be more in the future. I am heartfully thrilled to be doing it right this time and so grateful to be here where I can get some support.



    Yes, I do want to lose 100 lbs, am cleared to do so, and want to do so in the healthy ReBoot way.

  • LouLouD

    1 month ago
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  • LouLouD

    1 month ago

    Also, has anyone else had bloating after their first day? I realize there are probably layers and levels to what the body is cleaning out so it doesn't surprise me. I'm just curious about if it has happened to anyone else.

  • PrairieWest

    1 month ago

    I had all kinds of issues my first few days. I'm not even doing a juice fast, but I still had bloating, a little nausea, and had to be within a short distance of the restrooms. That was just the first few days, though. I put it down to a major dietary change and my digestive system having to adjust to it. At the end of just over one week it is already a lot better, and I expect it will keep improving slowly as I stay consistent.

    Keep at it! If it improves in a week or two, you'll know it was probably just an adjustment period. Welcome and good luck!

  • Maddogcupcake

    1 month ago


    Looks like our group is on summer vacation! I hope everyone is doing well and juicing on. In reference of my last post, I decided not to have a cheat meal in front of others in my family who also need to work on regaining health. And to be a consistent role model and encourage by example. Yesterday I had lunch with two morbidly obese family members who made fun of my black bean soup and garden salad while they ate cheeseburgers, but I held my tongue and stayed true to my health plan. After all, I wanted the cheeseburger too! But I found I just could not order it, for several reasons. One of them already has cancer. The other, diabetes, high blood pressure and a fatty liver. As the old adage goes, you can lead a horse to water but you can't make them drink. Perhaps one day on their own timeline, they'll step up to the plate and I will be there for them. Until then, it is just me, juicing on. Taking each day one meal at a time. Scale is not moving right now, but that will not deter me. In fact, that little bugger is going back under the bed for a week. Friends, don't let it anything deter you from reclaiming your health! Focus on health not weight, forgive your slips, and juice the heck out of this summer!

  • PrairieWest

    1 month ago

    It always amazes me that so many people make fun of others for NOT doing things that destroy their health. Good on you for sticking with your goals! You can only control your own life, after all.

  • PrairieWest

    1 month ago


    Hi everyone. I just starting juicing today (having a Micronutrient Madness as I type - it's so good!! ;) I currently weigh 368 and want to get down to around 135 plus or minus 5 lbs. I'm not planning on doing a juice fast, but I intend to have either 3 juices plus a little 'regular' healthy food or 2 juices plus a smoothie. I've tried eating salads and veg, but my digestive system really doesn't like it at all, which is I am giving juicing a try.



    Thankfully, my body has held up under the pressure of all this weight pretty well. I haven't been checked for clogged arteries, so not sure about that - but the doctor never felt the need to put me on medication for anything, and I don't have any chronic conditions. I am 44 this year though. I know my good luck can't last forever, and honestly, I'd like to go kayaking, hang gliding, biking and many other things either I can't do or are extremely difficult to do at this weight. It'd be nice to be able to go out with others and keep up with them, too. They have to slow down for me as it is now, and I hate it.



    Anyway, looking forward to being part of this community, and if the recipes are all this good, to drinking lots of juice ;)...now if I just had more room in the crispers....

  • Maddogcupcake

    1 month ago

    PrairieWest, get some high quality pro-biotics. They will help overhaul your digestive system and also help with weight loss. You most likely need a major bacterial overall down there. If you want to learn more about it, read the book "Brain Maker." Good luck, Prairie! You've taken a huge step, see it through to the end. You can do it!

  • Maddogcupcake

    1 month ago


    Hi, everyone! I'm still sitting around 205 lbs, which was my weight when I came off my fast about 5 weeks ago. I can officially say it IS possible to come off the fast and not gain weight. The scale is starting to drop again, telling me my metabolism has adjusted now. And phew! I can not wait to hit 199 lbs and a size 16 jean. That's my next short-term goal. Right now I am following my post-fast plan, which is vegan with lots of raw foods. 1-2 times per week I have a cheat meal and that is a hard and fast limit. Whatever it was that got me through the fast without cheating, I'm using it now to stick to my limit on those "cheats." It is non-negotiable. Period. Sometimes I think of a quote I read from Cher: Instant gratification is for babies. Sometimes I just remove myself from the tempting situation, or I totally ignore it. Whole meals can pass and I don't know what the other people ate. However I am starting to see that WHEN I choose to eat my cheat meals has an affect on others. People around me who are inspired by my weight loss have started choosing healthier options when I'm with them - but only when I also choose healthy. If I choose to cheat while among them, it's almost like a permission slip for them to revert. That's tough on me. Having total freedom about when I choose to cheat is a big part of my sticking to it. Now I have to reconsider my approach. Will I put more restrictions on myself in order to encourage others? That's what I'm considering this week.

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