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Near the finish line

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Posted by janegray on 5 years ago

I am getting close to my goal weight which is exciting and scarey at the same time. The last ten lbs is very slow and I am afraid that I will regain the weight as I have done so often before. I would love to hear from others who have been juicing for a while and experienced success in keeping the weight off.

How have you done it? Whats the secret of your success?

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Replies To Near the finish line

  • shoman

    5 years ago

    I've lost lots of weight many times before but I'm hoping this will be different. Of course being different will require me to change the way I eat after I reach my goal weight.

    I'm on my 2nd 30 Juice Only Reboot and know this one will get me close. Im' using time it takes to get there to study what others are saying about healthy eating.

    Joe has added lot of helpful info here and through links.

    I'm betting this time will ge different for you.

  • MissAshley

    5 years ago

    I'm in the same boat. I've lost 50lbs over the last 6 months (w/ diet & exercise, not juicing) and am now in a healthy weight range for my height (158 @ 5' 10"), but my goal is to get to 140-145. I'm on day 10 of a 30 day juice only reboot and because I exercise so much I think I'll be at, or very close, to my goal at the end of the 30 days. I know that I need to transition after the fast and am planning to do so, but I'm still petrified that I'll gain more than just a few lbs back.

  • turet

    5 years ago

    You will gain a little as you add more carbs, but that's OK. The thing is to decide what type of diet you want and stick to that. If you go vegan with very little oils or sugars, you can eat a lot and not gain. A tablespoon of vegetable oil has 100 calories, and so does a baked potato (roughly). The potato is more satisfying and has good nutrients. Which should you have? :-)

  • janegray

    5 years ago

    Thanks guys. I will take your advice to heart. My biggest challenge is to change my old mindset that tells me that when I reach my goal I am done. Its crazy thinking I know. This has to be a forever change and I am trying to think those thoughts always.

    All the best to you Shoman , Ash122ca2000 and turet as you meet your goals.And you will!

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