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Anyone juicing and drinking coffee???

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Posted by WJS on 5 years ago Hi, I have juiced successfully and lost weight a few times now and want to juice again for about 20 days but one of the hardest things for me is giving up coffee. Would be so interested to hear if anyone has been successful juicing and drinking a cup or two a day of black coffee? Does anyone think drinking a few cups of black coffee a day while juicing only would hinder weight loss?

This topic contains 19 replies, has 9 voices, and was last updated by Vladimir 3 weeks ago.

Replies To Anyone juicing and drinking coffee???

  • alienreborn

    5 years ago
    Hi there, I know they don't recommend it, but I just had to have coffee, I had black decaffinated all through my 39 day reboot, and lost weight. I just had one first thing in the morning, but stopped having artificial sweetners, and then now off my reboot I have a maximum of 2 per day, just my personal choice :) I did a juice fast to lose weight, and come off my blood pressure pill, which I have done. So no more caffeine etc for me anymore, just good wholesome fresh foods :) Alien
  • Athboy Rebooter

    4 years ago

    Hii have drank coffee and indeed tea when not on a serious reboot ..i suppose it all depends on Resistance and not let bad habits creep in..example ...it would be less likely that you would be tempted to indulge in a slice of chocolate cake, Mars bar, snacks ect while drinking a mug of water than it would compared to a coffee or tea... but if you have good will power then there be no harm in coffee ect..juice on Ray

  • Athboy Rebooter

    4 years ago

    Hi all, i am new to this group..i seem to be stuck in a Rut ..i have lost 49 pounds since January and i haven't lost anything in the past 10 days ..i have been walking between 4-8 miles each day in 2 sessions ..but my dial is stuck..lol maybe i have lost all i am going to lose ..and i am only building up muscle now and they i am told weigh even more ...perhaps i should give it a break for the summer and watch what i eat ..i will admit that in between reboots when i am eating normal i tend to eat only non fatty foods so my journey has thought me something ..eat healthy!!! i started out at 19.st in November after watching Joe's movie on Tv. lost 20 for the month, gained 8 lbs in December and got stuck in big time in January , i am happy with where i am at now ..i was just wishing to lost that other 7 lbs..but maybe ill give it one last go from Monday and see what happens ?? juice on guy's for those who have just started ..stay with it..it really does work..but you have to exercise also ..as this is the key to losing weight faster...Ray

  • Vladimir

    3 weeks ago

    During my first reboot, I lost 35 pounds and had 1 coffee (plus milk) each and every day.

    During my current second reboot, I have anywhere between 2-3 coffees each day, and have lost 15 pounds already in ~7 days. While the progress per day is slower this time, it's not because of coffee, but because I am not doing heavy exercise this time (plus, the first pounds are always fastest to burn).

  • juiceforlife

    5 years ago
    Juicing while drinking coffee will not hinder weight loss. I'm on Day 54 of a 60 day juice fast. For the first 20 days, I slowly tapered off drinking espresso in order to reduce what I know would have been intolerable withdrawals. I found that after a while I naturally wanted to stop drinking coffee. So go for a 20 day juice fast. You will definitely lose weight and receive many benefits even if you continue to drink coffee. Good luck.
  • Jon

    5 years ago
    I stopped coffee for 45 days or so, now I drink it on the weekends, only if it's good tasting though, I am a coffee geek so if it's bad, I don't drink it. I am trying to incorporate espresso more often though now.
  • Danmcn61

    5 years ago
    I gave up coffee during my reboot, but frankly it was not necessary to do so. I like it black with no sugar, so the calories are negligible. I've heard that coffee is loaded with antioxidants, so that will probably help with the detoxing. I quit coffee during my reboot because coffee was almost always accompanied by pastry, donuts, etc...if that is not a problem for you then I say go ahead and have some.
  • WJS

    5 years ago
    That is great news. I have read here and elsewhere that coffee must be given up so I am very happy to hear it didn't hinder your successes. I will try to have no more than a cup a day of black coffee with no sugar which is how I have it anyway. Thank you so much for the replies. By the way Dan, I will definitely stay away from the donuts which is sometimes not easy for me when not juicing. :)
  • bluesette

    5 years ago
    I have one cup of black coffee each morning that is it. I just can't live without that one cup of Black Silk. :) ~Kristie
  • jayiss01

    5 years ago
    I am sooooo happy to hear that drinking coffee during your reboost will not effect your weight loss, that was the hardest habit for me to stick to while fasting. I am so extremely happy I am going to have one right now :) !!!!! I am on my 4th day of reboot, but i have not weighed myself, I am tempted to but I want to weigh in on Friday. Starting weight = 237 Weight Goal = 160
  • dangle

    5 years ago
    I have just done the 5 day reboot for the first time, and I am doing really well but I do miss my coffee first thing in the morning so I am having just one first thing and then again in the afternoon, I take sweeteners and don't have a problem with black coffee. There are really no calories in it and OK it might not be ideal, but it doesn't really affect weight loss at all and we cannot give everything up we like otherwise I think we just end up feeling deprived, in my opinion!!
  • WJS

    5 years ago
    Haven't started my second fast yet but can anyone that is drinking coffee say if they lose the same with coffee versus without?

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