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Doing a reboot isn’t easy.

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Posted by Topher on 2 weeks ago

Back in 2012 I did a 45-day juice-only reboot. I lost a ton of weight, got super active and was even mentioned in the Miami New Times after I got to meet Joe (https://www.miaminewtimes.com/restaurants/joe-cross-star-of-fat-sick-and-nearly-dead-talks-shit-literally-at-whole-foods-south-beach-6597422)...and then in late 2013 I fell off the wagon. I realized what a food addict I was and I beat myself up over it. I ended up gaining back more weight than I had lost and got fatter than ever. I eventually gave in to being a food addict and felt that if this was me, then I was going to be epic at being a fat food addict!


Well, now I want to be healthy again. I need to be healthy again. I just started (I’m on day 2) a 30-day juice-only reboot...and detoxing from processed foods sucks! I know that it won’t be long before I’m fully detoxed, but for the moment it’s tough. My wife is supportive, and so are my friends. But it’s tough. I’ll get through it and get healthy, active and fit again. But right now it’s tough.


Anyway, thanks for reading.

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