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Height and Juice

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Posted by Terri456 on 7 months ago

I am a female and under 5' tall. Should I be drinking the same juices and amounts as Joe puts in his book? I want to lose about 20-30 pounds. Also, I have had 1/2 my thyroid removed, but I am not on medication as my endo says my other 1/2 of my thyroid is producing enough. I eat very healthy and am gluten free (ok I like chocolate sometimes :) ) but I have gained weight since having 1/2 my thyroid removed. I don't want to ask my doctor because she says this my "new normal" . I don't want to believe that and I think juicing will help me. Also, I know I need to exercise more. I am just not clear if height has anything to do with how much juice intake I should be drinking. Thank you!

This topic contains 3 replies, has 1 voices, and was last updated by MichaelAndrew 6 months ago.

Replies To Height and Juice

  • Claire Georgiou - ND

    7 months ago

    Hello Terri 456,

    We have a thyroid reboot starting on the 26th September where I will be the coach! THis is a 25 day juicing program and 35 days eating and juicing to regain your health and support thyroid function.

    Yes you need less juice if you are smaller in statue. Aim for 4 juices each being 16-20 oz per juice and this again in extra fluids such as broth, water, herbal tea and coconut water to keep you hydrated!

    https://www.rebootwithjoe.com/weight-loss/guided-r...

    Please let me know if you have any further questions!

  • Terri456

    6 months ago

    Thank you for your response! I have been juice fasting for 3 days using Joe's 5 day reboot in his book. The dessert juices seem a little much for me and I don't think I am losing any weight. The first 2 days were detox but today I feel a little better and my headache is gone. I was eating a pretty good before the fast so I wasn't sure what to expect. I will scale down the amount of juice I am drinking and check out the thyroid reboot. Thanks again!

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