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Posted by SueE on 6 years ago Hi - I wonder if you could help me with this. I started juicing on 1st September but it was a couple of weeks before I got hold of a scale so I don't know about weight loss during the first couple of weeks. I was strictly juicing, with lots of water intake, and I put on a pound. After a week of pure juicing and a week of juice plus a hot vegetable meal, I have lost just under a pound. I will continue with my regime of purely fruit and vegetables because I feel better for it but I just don't understand why I'm not losing weight especially as I haven't been juicing for that long. Thanks Sue

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  • Stacy Kennedy

    6 years ago
    Hi SueE, here is more information about weight loss resistance during juicing http://www.rebootwithjoe.com/breaking-through-a-weight-loss-plateau/ Check this out and see if you have any questions - please keep us posted!
  • nancy.dyer.71

    6 years ago
    hi stacy....ive been stuck at same wt for 4 weeks.....ive done all the suggestions on breaking the plateau site....ive seen my doctor ....so heres my routine everyday.....am hot water/lemon...juice....80%veg/20%fruit[ive cut the fruit to only 1 per juice]...i drink 16 oz every meal and hot herbal tea at bedtime.....2 liters water.....????....juice only ........i tried jumpstarting metabolism by adding a salad once a day/fresh fruit/a few gabanza beans on salad....but i gained so back to juice only oct 1.....[juicing since 6/19/12......started the 15 day with extended ........??? any suggestions.....cant exercise im handicapped/in a power chair....thanks for reading
  • felocin

    6 years ago
    Nancy have you able to or looked into rubber band resistance exercises you can do with your arms? It's amazing how much a little exercise can jumpstart your weight loss.

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