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I'm not doing a 'real' reboot

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Posted by JuicyBrianHeath on 4 months ago

I've always enjoyed juicing. I'm not ready for an actual reboot, but I've noticed extra lbs creeping up on me. Has anyone started eating healthy, no nighttime snacking and juicing for a meal or two a day experienced any weight loss results? Any advice?

This topic contains 7 replies, has 1 voices, and was last updated by LiveTo120 3 months ago.

Replies To I'm not doing a 'real' reboot

  • Zootal

    4 months ago

    Two days and no answers? I'll take a shot at this one. I eat fruit and yogurt for breakfast, I juice all day long, and I have one bowl of broth with veggies for dinner. I seem to be loosing three pounds a week doing this. The fruit and yogurt is satisfying, and the juice gets me through until dinner without starving. A bowl of broth with some veggies is very satisfying, and there are no hunger problem. The weight loss is half what a "real" reboot would be, but it works for me. I'm at a 15 year record low weight, and still loosing.

    Today I had to retire my work pants because after loosing 40 pounds, half my clothes don't fit anymore :)

  • YoshBear

    4 months ago

    I've been on it for almost 30 days. I eat one meal a day of soup, salad, or roasted veggies. The rest juices. I've lost 7 Kg/15 lbs. so far. 25 to go. Good luck.

  • Zootal

    4 months ago

    Very nice! Your resuls are close to mine, about a half a pound a day give or take. I'm going to post some graphs in another thread.

    Keep at it! I find the fruit in the morning and the bowl of broth with veggies totally destroys any hunger problems, and that seems the be the hardest part of juicing - the incessant hunger.

  • LiveTo120

    3 months ago

    I'm doing blending instead of juicing and I'm never hungry. I have had cravings for what I thought were protein deficiencies but I've figured out that these are from detoxing. I was doing one protein powder per day and one blender full that I split into three juices and just take them with me in the morning. I do a green one day and a red the next day. Saves a lot of time. I'm small already but losing 2 lbs a week with no hunger.

  • DondreaB

    3 months ago

    I'm doing blending also, only day 2, but so far only minimal hunger. I went vegan earlier this year, so have lost 18 lbs at this point (10 to go) - but wanted to do this for detox and health much more than weight loss.

  • jodyksam

    3 months ago

    I've just completed a 5-day reboot and am planning to transition to a modified reboot with one meal a day, more likely in the evening. Feeling great after those 5 days!

  • LiveTo120

    3 months ago

    Nighttime is the worst! Anytime I'm up too late my hunger cycle starts again and it is an unnatural feeling....not exactly a craving but it is the worst time to eat anything at all for purposes of cleansing or dieting and any sugar keeps me up for hours. I am miffed that I've not lost more weight but I am losing inches which is good and building competence (just started tennis and am working up to 10K walks from 5k walks) I am finishing up week 7 and thinking I may have more like 18 weeks total to my reboot rather than 12, or it may just end up being a lifestyle. I don't miss meat or dairy or bread. I do miss ice cream once in a while but I have to learn that dairy is toxic for my cleanse and keep up the good work. Great comments, people.....you inspire....you rock!

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