Juice your way to a new life in 2015!!!! (support for all lengths of reboot)

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  • msugurrrrl

    2 years ago


    Hi All, I was part of this group a couple of months ago during a 25 day reboot. It went really well thanks for all the support from this group! I'm now back for another 15 day reboot and look forward to supporting one another. Today is day 1 and so far so good. After my initial 25 day juice reboot, I really kept in the habit of drinking a juice for bfast and sometimes lunch. So today doesn't feel like a big change for me so far. Although, I know it'll be more challenging at dinner time. I had enough veggies & fruits to make bfast & lunch today and then I hit up the grocery store for enough veggies & fruits for the next 7 days!

  • Suesblues

    2 years ago

    hi msugurrrl, ecollin is in training for his new job but he will be back soon.. there's about 4-5 people here now

  • Roz

    2 years ago

    congratulations on the first reboot, and good luck on this one, I am sure you have the courage to follow through.

  • Suesblues

    2 years ago


    03.22 Day 28 Sunday done



    yesterday went well... shopped last night for reboot provisions.. good signs abound reveal that this is working.. juicing 95% of the time..



    during the reboot, I live a solitary life as possible to keep from being exposed to temptation.. I put on my invisible blinders when out & about... I cannot live that way long term but it's worth it for 60 days..



    I'm on guard with my thoughts and avoiding temptation....



    "trust your dog to guard your house but never trust your dog to guard your sandwich. "

  • red712

    2 years ago


    Have been traveling for four days, and while it started well Sunday was pretty much a fail. Back to it today and not going to beat myself up. I will still fit in the new dress I bought for an event tomorrow night, my tummy might just stick out a bit more than I had hoped, lol!

  • Suesblues

    2 years ago

    ha ha.. darn tummy. yeah, travel is rough on a reboot

  • Suesblues

    2 years ago


    Eric, were you kidnapped, taken away and held for ransom?

  • Suesblues

    2 years ago


    03.21 Day 27 Sat complete



    plenty of energy to work all day.. I was that 'all work no play makes me a dull girl,' girl..so, nothing much to say today.. except it's motivating to be so near to the 30 day finish line!



    must confess that only a smoothie was on the menu.. but energy-wise, it worked.. and I can o.d. on carrots today... oh boy



    I don't care how boring I am or if I'm riding on false optimism.. I'll do it if that carries me thru 60 days of juicing...



    so here's 2 ironic quotes worth quoting from 2 wild and crazy dudes:



    (from Tolstoy...) “Everything intelligent is so boring.”



    (from Warhol...) “I like boring things.”



    took the words right out of my mouth..




  • Angelc

    2 years ago


    Masticating juicers are well worth it! Got one at a great price at Kohls. 2 weeks ago. I am on 3rd day past reboot and feeling great. I am running out of clothes that fits well. Now everything is fitting big. I've gone shopping, but now have a dilemma of the clothes becoming baggy soon. I hadn't even planned to fit in size 34 pants... But it felt great when I tried some on and they fit well. Either way these are my success thoughts post reboot. I hope it helps those who are on this path to success....!

  • msugurrrrl

    2 years ago

    Angelc what brand of juicer did you get? Are there any negatives to it or is it a great juicer? I have an old Jack Lalanne centrifugal juicer and am wondering if an upgrade would be worth it.

  • Angelc

    2 years ago

    msugurrrrl, we purchased an Omega 330 at Kohl's. Its regular priced at 399. It was on sale for 199. I used a 30% off coupon and also received Kohl's cash. So price paid was around $109 plus tax. We weren't really looking to purchase a masticating juicer, but when we saw this at the store while out of town and at that price, we thought we'd try it out.

    I must say our experience with this juicer has been awesome. It really gets more juice out of our produce, especially leafy greens. More bang for our buck! Also, there are other things we can juice that you can't really do on a centrifugal juicer (i.e. wheatgrass) I have seen youtube videos on how you can make your own nut butters, nut milks and coconut milk. Have yet to try that, but look forward to doing so.

    They don't have these juicers at my local Kohl's or online, so if you have one nearby, stop by and check if they do. Highly recommended. Plus, the warranty is 10 years.

  • Polly

    2 years ago

    Regarding your masticating juicer, I'm thinking of getting one as I have the other kind (a breville) and my juices seem to separate out quickly into a watery layer and a pulpy layer. Other peoples juices on youtube etc, seem 'thicker' or at least more stable consistancy. Also, I think my blades are getting blunt with heavy use. You sound like you have experience with both types. How much slower is the centrifugal and is it much harder to clean? Thanks

  • Angelc

    2 years ago

    What takes the longest on any type of juicemaking is food preparation (cleaning, etc.) With the masticating juicer, you do have to cut produce into smaller pieces or thin strips to get optimum results. And it does produce a bit more noticeable pulp than centrifugal, but I strain the juice as it is coming out, so I get a really nice juice. I do notice less separation on masticating results. ( I have included a picture of "mean green" made on masticating that has been sitting for two days. I did not stir or shake it)

    Cleanup is not as difficult as it seems and is pretty much comparable for me. I did watch a few videos on youtube about the particular model I purchased and learned some tips on using the machine efficiently.

    Hope this has helped.

  • Icandothis

    2 years ago


    Has anybody experience indigestion or your stomach feeling like it has a pit in it? I have this feeling more and more often after or during my drinking of Juices. It only lasts for about 15 minutes but it is very uncomfortable and in addition, it makes my head feel like I'm trying to get a headache and once the stomach pain is gone, I good/perfect feeling again. What gives? Any ideas?

  • Suesblues

    2 years ago

    nothing to worry about or even think about icandothis.. it's your body hard at work.. something might hurt or skin might break out.. depending on the person.. toxins are being released.. then they are eliminated and you are better.. over and over..

    so just think.. well, there goes that Dr. Pepper!

    I find that it's best to just juice and don't think about the detox.. just observe it

  • Suesblues

    2 years ago


    03.20 Fri Day 26 complete



    hmmm I seem to be the only one posting.. did I scare anyone away? ohhh wellie..



    whaddya know. yesterday was soooo much better than the prior day.. I know the routine.. good days, rough days.. Day 26/60 now.. the hourglass is about half empty.. or is that half full? sometimes this juice fast seems to be making a difference way too slowly to tell.. but just the reminder that each day is successful, is good enough for me.. so I don't care how I do the math.. as long as I succeed in juicing for 60 days nevertheless.



    and if the result on Day 61 is a healthy hourglass figure from not surrendering on a rough day... and retreating.. then my glass runneth over



    "God can move mountains" but "the person who moves a mountain begins by carrying away small stones"



  • Suesblues

    2 years ago


    03.19 Thu Day 25 done



    on my first reboot last year around this day I experienced a bout of sleepiness.. and here it was again on this reboot.. so I dragged thru the day heavy laden in the alpha state.. and, forced myself to prepare 8Lb of carrots for today.. the joys of detoxing.. some days you just have to remember better days are sure to follow..



    "things turn out best for people who make the best out of the way things turn out"



  • Suesblues

    2 years ago


    quotes for today...



    "I finally know what distinguishes man from other beasts: financial worries" (Jules Renard)



    "wealth consists not in having great possessions but in having few wants." (Epictetus)




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