JUICING CHALLENGE FOR BEGINNERS! JOIN ME!

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  • Sergio

    2 years ago


    Hi..... ok, im going to start my 3rd juice of the day along with my driving shift. We are in Adrian Tx.... not feeling hungry yet or any cravings, hopefuly i will maintain that trugh the nigh as I drive.... oh i have one more juice up front just in case...and with that I think i had a succesful 1st day......

  • K Marie

    2 years ago

    Congrats!! I am just finishing day 2! A couple headaches the first day, but today was better. Cheers to success!!

  • Yeager

    2 years ago

    Sergio,

    That is an excellent plan to have the juices with you and the extra one. It sounds like you are moving in the right direction.

    CU@Healthy!

    Rick

  • reclaim

    2 years ago


    Halfway through Day 5. Not very hungry, actually. I have a movie group outing this weekend, and am planning a strategy to join everyone in dining out. I am thinking I'll allow myself a light salad and some lemon water, maybe a cup of tea also. A bowl of soup, depending of the what it is could be equally viable. There is no rule that says I have to finish it, and just picking is what I plan to do, so as not to disrupt my cleanse very much. Sitting there with a juice, will be too awkward, and the last thing I want to do is answer a lot of questions and hear a bunch of unsolicited advice. All suggestions on a a strategy are welcome.

  • Joe

    2 years ago

    Reclaim here are my thoughts. Water and lemon is perfect. That is what I drink all day long. Find the garden salad on the menu and ask for vinegar and oil. Most restaurants will serve them separately if you ask in small serving bottles. Just use some vinegar or just splash some extra lemon on the salad and enjoy. Picking through the meal is good, but one salad won't derail you. I had to go to a family birthday party on Day 2 and did the same thing. I've also been invited to lunch by a former boss and I had to tell him that I will join, but I am fasting for a doctor's visit. Much like you, I'm not ready to bring juice to a restaurant and also have to explain myself. One person at work and you guys and gals here are my only support right now. I've gotten a lot of negative feedback from others. I plan to make some more progress before I start exclaiming all of the health benefits. The social aspects of eating are going to be the toughest part of this. Do your best and we will all get through this together. Feel good that you aren't thinking that you'll only have a small steak of a half slab of ribs! Your head is in the right place.

  • K Marie

    2 years ago

    My first "date" that is food is with family on the 26th. I was thrilled have some time to get my juicing feet under me first. Then I found out the meal is a veggie frittata - so I might "pick" at some too, but I AM taking juice with me. Good luck and remember you are doing this for your health. I firmly believe that most people are captivated by success...their negativity will diminish as you quietly succeed. Hang in there!

  • Auroramouse

    2 years ago

    you can do it joe!! Don't listen to those negative comments! They don't understand us! All we have is eachother!!! Please don't stop the journey just remember just do whats best for your body (((:

  • Sergio

    2 years ago


    Hello everyone.... checking in from Albuquerque N.M. so far so good in half way thru my first day, I've had 2 juices one this morning when i stopped driving and one earlier. Not having any cravings yet or feeling hungry, but i think the sleeping might have something to do with that, will se how it goes tonight when i start my driving shift......

  • Joe

    2 years ago

    Keep it up Sergio! I'm envious that you are enjoying the warm desert air. You have that going for you. It's cold up in Ohio tonight.

  • Sergio

    2 years ago

    Thank you Joe..... we will be going thru parts of Ohio tomorrow, Columbus up to Akron thru to Pa

  • Auroramouse

    2 years ago


    hi guys it's day two for me I'm was 272 now 268 this is beyond difficult I've literally locked myself in the room think I should prep my juices like everyone else so it's easier for me to be in and out of the kitchen even tho I have Make dinner for my fiancé this is not fair :( but I'm getting married July 15th and just want to look great and feel great I didn't transition like some of you I'm 31 5"4 and super big, scoliosis, and arthritis



    I need to remember that before grabbing any bacon and cheese from the fridge

  • Joe

    2 years ago

    Hey Auroramouse, you've lost 4 pounds in two days! Good for you, you should be very proud of yourself so far. It gets easier, I promise. I'm half way through day 5 and I can't sit still at my desk because I have so much energy. The first several days are hard without a doubt, but you will make it. Now might be a great time to give your fiance a few cooking lessons so you feel less tempted. ;)

  • Sergio

    2 years ago

    Hello Auroramouse, you are doing great keep going. Dont lock yourself in the room, go out take a walk keep yourself busy and that will make the day go by faster....

  • reclaim

    2 years ago

    At your age, you can set up healthier patterns for your beautiful future. This isn't just a reboot, this is an investment in your future. So glad you are in the group.

  • K Marie

    2 years ago

    You've got this girl!! I agree with reclaim - what a healthy investment! YOU are worth it.

  • Sergio

    2 years ago


    hello everyone, ok I have prepped enough juices to last 6 days, which is how long it takes us to make a round trip to new jersey...barely made it too my juicer gave up no me, a Kuvings whole slow masticating juicer... didn't do to well for me... I just ordered a Breville Elite centrifugal juicer will get it by thur.....



    ok on a happier note I'm supper exited about starting my journey to be a better me :)



    tomorrow will be my first day on this journey It will be a 100% juice reboot.



    my blood sugar tonight was at 219



    my waist is at 51 inches



    my weight is at 249 lbs.



    good night everyone and good luck to all.......

  • reclaim

    2 years ago

    I am excited for you, Sergio. I am 4 days in, and you can do it! Not feeling hunger, if anything the mental component is the biggest challenge. When my mind wanders from the goal, I come to the board, and it takes my mind in the right direction.

  • Joe

    2 years ago

    Hey Sergio good luck today! I'm on the morning of day 5 and my energy is coming back. I'm also down 5 pounds and couldn't be happier with myself. The first several days are going to be tough, so just push through and let us know how you are doing.

  • ThreeKings96

    2 years ago

    Sergio....check to make sure you're not losing nutrients due to oxidation. I think you're suppose to drink your juice within 24 hours otherwise it begins to oxidize and lose nutrients.

  • Sergio

    2 years ago

    ThreeKings96, ive read on the reboot website that if you freeze the juices they are good for 7 to 10 days.... so my first 2 days worth of juice is refrigerated and the rest are frozen... i have a small refrigerator in my truck... i think ill be ok.... thank you for looking out

  • Jowiesgirl71

    2 years ago


    HI! I am new here. I am on day one of transition. I have never done a reboot.

  • Stacy

    2 years ago

    Hello! It's great to have you here, I'm so glad you found our group! It sounds like you are transitioning into juicing by eating the outlined meal plans. That is the easiest way for your body to adapt, and it eases many of the unpleasant symptoms of the detox. Keep checking in and updating us on your progress!

  • Joe

    2 years ago

    You're making the smart move. I dove straight into all juice and had several of the detox symptoms. It took several days to get over them. Welcome to the group! We are all here if you need support.

  • Elainer

    2 years ago


    Hi everyone! My husband and I will be starting our reboot tomorrow. I just got my juicer and all our ingredients for Joes mean green. Wish us luck! God bless!

  • Stacy

    2 years ago

    That's great that you and your husband are doing this together! It will really help with support and temptation. I'm anxious to follow your journey.

  • reclaim

    2 years ago


    Day 4 begins. Surprised that I'm not really hungry. I have missed chewing, though. Having a piece of gum now and then helps. I ate a 2 cubes of watermelon yesterday, but don't consider it a deal breaker. Doing my best. No one has to be perfect, we just need to persevere! Hang tough.

  • Stacy

    2 years ago

    Sounds like you're doing great! Don't worry about the watermelon. When I did my 60-day I was way too much of a perfectionist. I would have been better served by nibbiling on healthy fruits and veggies and staying on the juicing program. In the end, it's what happens after the juice fast. That's why transitioning is so important.

  • Stacy

    2 years ago

    I haven't looked at the 10-day plan for awhile, but many of Joe's plans have up to 5 days of transition eating. I'm guessing that your plan moves you towards a 100% juice fast. The transition days help your body ease into the juice fast, and helps reduce the detox symptoms that many experience during the first few days.

    To answer your question, you absolutely don't need to do 100% juice. Many people don't, and I frequently juice 2 meals a day and eat a healthy dinner. Many of the benefits from juicing are still experienced in this manner. However, there are many that are not.

    When juicing 100% your digestive system is allowed to rest and heal. Your liver is allowed to work full force on detoxing your system. Your body is getting the nutrition it needs while allowing it to rest because the nutrients are readily available for use.

    Most experience a surge of energy, increased mental clarity, improved vision and clear skin. I find my mind settles down about food, I rarely think about food and it becomes a very safe, warm place. Juicing 100% is not sustainable, but it is a great way to help your body and change your tastes.

    Many "juicers" will drink a few juices everyday and occasionally do a juice only reboot to get back on track. Finding what works best for you and what is sustainable, is really the only thing that's important.

  • Stacy

    2 years ago

    Oops, put this under the wrong post!

  • Sergio

    2 years ago


    hello everyone. I've spent my day planning for my journey. I only have one question so far, does anyone know how long the juices last when they are refrigerated? oh and to report I'm feeling a bit anxious .. lol I think I will start tomorrow if all goes well..........

  • Stacy

    2 years ago

    Hey Sergio - Juices will last for up to 3 days refrigerated before losing their nutritional value. You can freeze them to keep them longer. Good luck tomorrow!

  • Joe

    2 years ago

    Congrats Sergio on getting ready to take the plunge. Stacy is right about the juice, but I would recommend making juice and drinking it immediately for the freshest taste, especially if you are using citrus fruits of any kind. They tend to start to sour the mix after being in the fridge. The first few days are the hardest so do your best.

  • amie

    2 years ago

    All the best to you tomorrow, Sergio! Let us know how it goes!

  • Sergio

    2 years ago

    hi.... ok so I have another question, I was going through the 10 day reboot plan, and I noticed that its not 100% juicing it has salads as meals, so my question is why do 100% juicing if you can have some sort of meal?

  • Sergio

    2 years ago

    thank you stacy... I'm am preparing my juices right now. have to run to the market, beginners mistakes, I didn't buy enough vegies to make all the juices I have picked for my first 5 days... I am going to freeze some of them, I read that if you freeze they could last up to 7 days... I leave on my trip tonight to N.J. I'm going straight to 100% juicing right of the bat, I have quit smoking,20 years ago, I have quit drinking 6 years ago, now let see if I can quit eating for the next 60 days.....

  • Stacy

    2 years ago


    I officially have day 1 behind me! That's always such a great feeling. I'm always amused during the first few days at my "pull" for food, or rather, how automatically I eat. Yesterday, I was working at my desk and realized that it was time for lunch. My mind had already planned my meal before I realized that I was juicing. There's that sense of disappointment and loss that sweeps over when the realization hits that lunch will be juice.



    What's interesting to me is how automatically these thoughts run thru my head. Each day they get fainter, but in the beginning I need to pay close attention or I will find myself eating! It makes me realize just how programed I am to eat, and how many times I'm drawn to food for reasons far beyond hunger.



    It's nice to be able to say that day 1 was a success and behind me. Now I'm looking forward to another!

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