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Posted by Apple-A-Day on 6 years ago Hi There, I was one of your 15 day guided reboot members. I started juicing on Dec 31 and have stayed on juice only for this entire time. I have lost 40 pounds in 43 days, but, I have only lost 4 pounds in the last 2 weeks. I am careful to stay on 80/20 veggies to fruit and am drinking at least 96 oz of water along with my 4-6 juices a day. I am increasing the time I walk each day and am up to 2.5 miles a day. I have experienced constipation for the duration so am eliminating only every 3-4 days. Help! I have done everything it says to do if one's weight loss is stalled - what do I do now? PS My skin looks amazing and I feel great!

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  • gogreenstaylean

    6 years ago
    Hey, Sounds like you are doing everything right. Sometimes our body just starts adjusting to the decrease in calories, and that is why we hit these "plateaus". You mentioned you are only eliminating every 3-4 days. Have you tried to incorporate ground flax seed as fibre into your juicer? Or an herbal laxative tea once in awhile to keep things more regular? I know this can be frustrating but you will break through this lull. And congrats on 40 pounds in 43 days that is amazing! __________________________________________________________________________________ Follow my juice fast blog at: http://www.gogreenstaylean.com
  • Apple-A-Day

    6 years ago
    Thanks, GgreenSL, Good advice! I will hang in there and persevere. Love your blog! And congrats on your success. Beth

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