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  • Jim16

    2 years ago


    Got this off of FSND FB feed. Too funny



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  • Jim16

    2 years ago


    Day 75 and down another 15lbs. Have had an intense craving for salt and although this may not be for everyone I picked up some pickled jalapenos, which have 450 mg of salt per tablespoon of peppers but only like 20 cal. They have worked wonders in cutting the sometimes need for chewing, suppressing hunger and my salt cravings.



    I did ask the nutritionist about this and will report back when I get an answer, as they do have a couple of preservatives, but they work for me.

  • Tami1971

    2 years ago


    Good Morning - well two more days and my fifteen day challenge is over. I noticed some appearance changes like my nails are brighter and I feel lighter (didn't lose a thing) But I feel better about myself nutrition wise. - So while I did falter some I am planning to continue - :)

  • Jim16

    2 years ago

    With the amount of walking you have done, it its surprising you have lost nothing. You must have replaced some fat with muscle in your legs. Good luck with your transition.

  • Elias Fenn

    2 years ago

    Great to hear you'll be continuing!

  • JillF

    2 years ago


    Hello, I'm a newbie on Day 1 and I wondered if I could join your group please?



    I am aiming for a 30 day juice only fast.



    I haven't found today too bad at all really, didn't feel too great mid afternoon but then I am a coffee and sugar addict so I'm sure that will only get worse for the next few days.



    I did struggle with my juice at lunchtime. I made the Mean Green and did intend to have it again for dinner but couldn't face it, not sure if it was the Kale...? I had Green Citrus for breakfast (apple, orange and spinach) so I just drank the other half of that for dinner.



    The smell of the roasting chicken that I had put in the oven for my family's dinner was challenging too!



    x

  • Elias Fenn

    2 years ago

    A big warm welcome, Jill :) Please come often and share how your juicing journey is going - we're stronger together!!

  • Jim16

    2 years ago

    Hi Jill and welcome! You are in a difficult situation having to be around and cook food that tempts you. That being said you just have to keep you eye on the prize of getting healthier and weighing less. Don't aim for perfect, but in a moment of weakness, just visualize yourself at your goal. Keep your juice and water intake up and if you have to eat something, eat a veg or a piece of fruit.

  • Tami1971

    2 years ago

    I am off coffee now - but a week before started I switched to decaf that helped NOW I have no plans to go back to coffee.

    Jill if you wanted to monitor your steps I made a group for tracking and seeing everyones support called Fitbit - Step Challenge

  • Elias Fenn

    2 years ago


    Hey juiceheads!! Got my juice and am ready for the day. Not enough sleep last night as our family gets obsessed by the Olympics - we were up until midnight!! Got in 2 hours at the gym yesterday - maybe 1-2 hours today. We'll see :)

  • DiAnn

    2 years ago


    Good Sunday morning my fellow juicers! Off to the market to restock my frig.



    Today I'm going to buy a pineapple & watermelon. I think I've probably bought 2 watermelons in my whole life.



    I still need to buy that FitBit. Are the challenges still going on?

  • Jim16

    2 years ago

    2 tips: Buy seedless watermelon for less mess. I juice rind and and all, so what I do is cut the melon in half. Then I scoop out the 1/2 of the fruit in the middle with an ice cream scooper, juice that and then cut slices like a pizza from the flat side down to the round bottom apx 3" to fit in the chute.

    Tip #2 twist off the leaves of the pineapple to take up less room in the fridge. I then cut off the outer peel and cut in quarters, leaving the core intact. It makes for a bit thicker output, but more yield and less work. I used to just juice the pineapple skin and all, but the taste was too funky for me. happy Sunday to you too!

  • DiAnn

    2 years ago

    Thanks Jim, I was wondering how the watermelon rind will do in the juicer.

  • Jim16

    2 years ago


    Just figured I would let you see my progress since May 25. Same shirt...I need to buy some smaller pants..lol




  • DiAnn

    2 years ago
    WooHoo!
  • Elias Fenn

    2 years ago

    Great job, Jim! That is a fantastic transformation!

  • ysbreboot

    2 years ago

    That is fantastic Jim! Great job :)

  • Tina49

    2 years ago

    wow Jim it is almost like looking at two different people besides the obvious weight loss you look so much healthier.

  • DiAnn

    2 years ago


    What's your favorite big green leafy vegetable to juice? I haven't done much with chards yet. Seems like they lose their lives too soon. Get droopy too quick.

  • Jim16

    2 years ago

    I seem to stick with romaine, kale, spinach, purple cabbage and I had collards in my former garden.

    Collards taste the same as Cabbage. If you have humidity controls on your crisper make sure you turn it all the way down to take out all humidity. I'm lucky enough to have a fridge with 2 separate sections with separate controls. I keep the top at 40 deg. and the bottom one at 34 deg which makes peppers, pineapples, celery and other stuff last much longer. No experience with chards yet.

  • DiAnn

    2 years ago


    I'm going to buy a FitBit today. I already ruined the old one I had. Are the challenges still going on? I think I can finally get my shoe on after dropping the juice bottle on my foot a few weeks ago. lol

  • Elias Fenn

    2 years ago


    Wow - being without my juicing groups while I was backpacking really left a big hole in my life - even though we'll never meet I am so grateful for all you wonderful juicers!!

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