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  • headhunt23

    1 week ago


    Update. Well it's been a challenge - not as smooth as previously and I'm having a lot of fits and starts. I did go past the 30 day mark and at that point I'd lost 25 lbs. I'm now at about 28 lbs lost. I am eating a little - mainly protein. Staying away from the bad carbs, and I'm exercising quite a bit. I feel thinner and hopefully what and how I'm doing this is sustainable. I have had to resort to drinking some protein shakes in lieu of juice due to laziness on my part to actually juice (an act I really don't like).



    But as a whole, I feel pretty good about where things are and where they are headed. I do look back at the past 33 days and think that had I been strong, I'd be about 15 lbs closer to my goal. But it's a long road. what's most important is that I arrive there AND stay there. Whether that happens in 60 more days or 120 won't make any difference in 6 months.



    Best of luck to everyone else!

  • restoredhealth7

    1 week ago

    Great results! Way to go!

  • peggysue

    1 week ago


    Yaeger, the chopper..



    it's Cook Works by Art + Cook 13-Piece Super Slicer - There are others that are much better on Amazon that are better and maybe $20. I just didn't want to spend more, didn't want to wait and didn't want electric. Not bad for $10, but I recommend getting one with suction cups so it doesn't slide on the countertop.

  • Yeager

    1 week ago

    Thanks peggysue!

    It looks like it will do the slicing job for my Scout camp.

    CU@Healthy!

    Rick

  • aliwali04

    1 week ago


    Hi group, last year I completed a 50 day juice fast. I was so happy and I kept it off for some time. I let stress and a miscarriage get me right back to where I never wanted to be again. Anyway, I set a 30 day goal and started yesterday. So far all is well and I know I can do this again. When I get to day 30 I will see how I feel to keep going. Happy Juicing everyone

  • Jennybird

    1 week ago

    You have a lot of strength. You got this. Glad you are here. Welcome Ali :)

  • MariaDK

    6 days ago

    I agree with Jennybird 100 % - welcome back:)

  • restoredhealth7

    1 week ago


    Hello group it was a busy weekend with events which meant food. Back on juice only since yesterday.



    .. it's day 2 juice only .I feel fine .. plan to stick with it all week until Friday have social dinner out will make smart choice.



    Decided to keep a diary of my emotions s/ food and juice I take etc...



    For some health reasons ( long story) I've been getting accupuncture treatment done .. and wanting to detox my body and keep " eatiing clean .. which includes juicing and if I do eat- stick with healthy veggies etc.



    I'm eager to get this body in tip top shape.

  • peggysue

    1 week ago


    A plan:



    Yesterday was water fast Monday with ACV (apple cider vinegar) which cleaned out a few toxins but my mood tells me there's lots more of that to go. Being on a tight budget, I'm grateful also that I did not spend any money on food, just water.



    Not being on a continuous juice fast, I'm keeping a daily reboot record and balance sheet so that I know I'm making headway and not just spinning my wheels. Also aim to sloooowly incorporate something positive to my overall health at least every week. i.e., slowly, until I can pick up the pace and do a long-term juice. The finish line is just a gleam in my eye right now.



    I just bought a manual veggie chopper etc at Walmart for $10 that works well so I can make grated salads faster and easier. Does anyone else dread taking a knife out and chopping vegetables? This thing chops, does julienne, slices, grates, etc. Also is a salad spinner.



    As for animal food, still eating eggs and dairy about 25% once a week.



    For me anyway, a routine brings protection from backsliding somewhat, so if it's Tuesday..



    it must be salad day ;)




  • Yeager

    1 week ago

    What brand/model is that one? I could use one of those. I am getting pretty quick with a blade, but that has some advantages.

    CU@Healthy!

    Rick

  • MariaDK

    6 days ago

    I'm still sticking with juicing for now - but I'm definitely getting myself one of those when it's time to start eating solids again. Is it easy to clean afterwards? I don't mind getting a knife and chopping board out as much as I mind doing dishes. My life just seems to be too short for doing dishes lol!

  • Sunshine

    1 week ago


    Okayyyyyy....so Sunshine is back.......and how ;)



    Bfast was carrot...pineapple...lemon juice. This salad is lunch. Cucumber, cherry tomato, red pepper, red onion, cilantro, hemp hearts, 4 walnuts, 6 raisins, mustard oil, lime. 2 dried prunes for dessert. And sipping green tea now!






    Some of you know about my battle with my job. Well my contract wasn't extended. So I am currently without a job. I have mixed feelings about it. 1) I am pretty good at what I do, so hopefully it's only a while before I land another contract 2) I needed this break as some of you know I was struggling emotionally and physically. 3) I miss not earning the money. But money is not everything in life. So as long as I can get my next contract soon enough, I am ok.



    I have pledged to devote these days to focus on my well being...physical, psychological, intellectual and emotional. With this juice and salad and some reading that I did, I have started my journey!



    Love and peace

  • Robin

    1 week ago

    Always great to have you back posting Sunshine. Sorry about the job, but I have always believed that when we look back we see that this was a good thing to have happened because it leaves us open for a better opportunity; a blessing in disguise if you will. And, like you said, what a great occasion to focus on your well being. Also, that Salad looks delicious!!

  • Sunshine

    1 week ago

    Thank you Robin, and hey such a beautiful painting as always

  • Yeager

    1 week ago

    Greetings Lady Sunshine!

    It is nice to see you back. I am glad to see you turning to veggies for the stress! Awesome choice!!!

    CU@Healthy!

    Rick

  • restoredhealth7

    1 week ago

    Hi Sunshine everything happens for a reason. Yes take the time for yourself and do what you need to do. The next job will come. At perfect timing even when you think it isn't....everything works out!! Trust!

  • Howzit70

    1 week ago


    Since Friday I've been eating. I'll fast again in the morning keeping in mind to be prepared at ALL times. I have a few days worth of green juice refrigerated and ready to go. Juice on.



    Howzit.

  • peggysue

    1 week ago

    You are still ahead of the game Howzit. How are you feeling?

  • Howzit70

    1 week ago

    After some thought I've decided b/c of my age 76 to stick with whole foods until I'm ready 100% for another juice fast. I feel vulnerable. Juice on.

  • Jennybird

    1 week ago


    Here is a great video about committing to a juice fast. I found it helpful as I need a cheerleader today. Hopefully it'll inspire others, too. Thought it might help. She talks about the emotions and temptations and such. Some great advice.







  • Robin

    1 week ago

    Thanks for posting this Jenny......good stuff!

  • Jennybird

    1 week ago

    You're welcome Robin :)

  • Jennybird

    1 week ago


    I love this woman! She talks about change in this video. Thought it might help others too? It's helping me today. :0 Happy juice all!




  • restoredhealth7

    1 week ago

    Some great points. I think most importantly we have to believe for ourselves that we can change.. never mind others thinkingredients. Usually the most difficult thing is us believing it for ourselves !

  • peggysue

    1 week ago

    Thank you for the vid! Very good.

  • Jennybird

    1 week ago

    Your welcome Peggy :)

  • RM

    1 week ago


    Howdy Reboot Friends...............



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