Real Change


Real Change

Posted by VivaciousV on 1 year ago

Hello, I am so excited this is my first post! I decided to follow Joe's footsteps and reboot for 60 days. I read on his site to supplement with protein of going longer than 15 days. The first week I started I did not have protein and saw my most dramatic Weight loss. After introducing protein it has been about 1lb a wwwk. I am afraid to lose my hair and muscle but really want my Weight loss to speed up. I drink protein rich veggies like collards,kale, and spinach. Is this enough? I also feel like drinking protein makes me less hungry and I am not able to finish my 3 32 oz juices a day. Is that too much juice anyway?

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Replies To Platuea

  • Zootal

    1 year ago

    One quart of Mean Green has about 500-600 calories or so (the recipe on this website is *wrong* - the nutritional information they show for a "serving" is closer to 8 ounces of juice, not a 16-20 ounce serving. I have no idea where they get that from). So three of these plus a protein supplement might be 2000 calories a day. If I consumed that many calories, I would gain weight. If it were me, I'd cut back the juice intake to two quarts a day, not three, keep the protein supplement, and see how that works. Some days I drink only two or three pints of juice depending on what is going on in my life at that time.

  • VivaciousV

    1 year ago

    Wow, I didn't know it contained so many calories. Thanks for sharing :)

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