Leggzs72

  • Favorite Juice? ANY SUGGESTIONS?
  • Food temptation? Not just one in particular.

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  • shoman

    3 years ago

    Good for you. Your are in the right place. Last year I was 75 lbs heavier, on twice the meds, and felt horrible. That's all changed since juicing. Get some vegies, a juicer and grab a group that you can indentify with and share with and start juicing. Feeling better will start within the first 10 days of doing a juice only fast. Plenty of people around with Diabetes and all the same issues you are fighting. Glad you're here.

    I'm usually in the "Really Need Buddies" for support. Yes it's safe for diabetes. One of our members, sci_girl has diabetes I believe. She's around most days.

    Ah, just remembered that zeke, also has diabetes. He's completed 2 seperate 60 day fasts so it can't be all bad.

    Look for small local markets, Mexican,cuban markets are all good for deals on produce.

    Most doctors say no to juicing. I go to two. One says "great" keep it up. The other says HOG wash. I just keep juicing.

Discussions

  • Juicing and Diabetes

    Started by Leggzs72, Last reply by shoman on 2014-02-03 16:47:06

    Number of Replies: 22


    I have been a member of the join the reboot website for months now and I?m still unsure if juicing is safe for someone with diabetes. I have not seen a doctor in 4 years but I know I need to lose between 30-40lbs. I want to start losing but cant afford to see a dr and I will have to wait up to 6 months to get assistance from the county I live in for health care. Any suggestions on how I can safely juice before seeing a dr?

  • Starting a 3 day fast any Tips for success?

    Started by Leggzs72, Last reply by Leggzs72 on 2012-12-06 08:18:05

    Number of Replies: 1

    I'm preparing for a 3 day fast to see if I can handle it. Any suggestions for a successful fast? I need all the help I can get lol :/

  • Affordability

    Started by Leggzs72, Last reply by Mike Moore on 2013-04-30 11:22:22

    Number of Replies: 3

    How is everyone able to afford juicing when they still have a family to feed?

  • Safety of a Juice Fast w/Diabetes

    Started by Leggzs72, Last reply by EtherRael on 2012-12-19 13:24:01

    Number of Replies: 8

    I was just curious how safe a juice fast is for someone with diabetes that has not seen a doctor in years and doesn't take any meds for it?

  • Diabetes and Joes Mean Green Juice

    Started by Leggzs72, Last reply by carriebabyrocks on 2013-04-30 09:54:40

    Number of Replies: 5

    How will this juice affect a diabetics blood glucose levels?

  • Juicing and Diabetes

    Started by Leggzs72, Last reply by Leggzs72 on 2013-06-21 09:00:52

    Number of Replies: 3

    I have been a member of the join the reboot website for months now and I'm still unsure if juicing is safe for someone with diabetes. I have not seen a doctor in 4 years but I know I need to lose between 30-40lbs. I want to start losing but cant afford to see a dr and I will have to wait up to 6 months to get assistance from the county I live in for health care. Any suggestions on how I can safely juice before seeing a dr?

  • Sugar in fruits

    Started by Leggzs72, Last reply by Claire Georgiou - ND on 2013-06-28 01:35:08

    Number of Replies: 4

    Since sugar in fruits are natural why can't we juice only fruits for lets say breakfast as a T2 diabetic?

  • Juicing with Diabetes

    Started by Leggzs72, Last reply by Rhaelia on 2013-12-30 13:01:54

    Number of Replies: 24

    Doctor said no to juicing

  • Finding Juicing Hard to do!!

    Started by Leggzs72, Last reply by gadget23mom on 2014-01-06 09:20:51

    Number of Replies: 3

    Cost, Taste & Other People

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