Saying GOODBYE to 100lbs or more!!!

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  • Orlando Rebooter

    2 days ago


    4th time around on this this 30 day Juice cleanse. I am on day 14. Hoping to reach 199 this time around. Love these chat groups as they keep me motivated

  • Determined&Ready

    2 days ago

    You got this!!!!! 200's be damned!!!!! Juice on!!!!!

  • Highschoolskinny716

    2 weeks ago


    Hello All,



    Here for the new year and another try. Juicing works, I feel great just lack commitment. I leave the forum because I feel like I like I'm not living my truth when I slip before my goal. Realized, just my way of reinforcing negative self-talk to continue eating poorly. Ready to be and gain support from others. New years, new goals. Onward juicers!

  • Lilly

    1 month ago


    Wow! I am listening to video 5 of the iThriveseries.com. really good. expert who has been addicted to crystal meth and sugar and flour. she says the food was worse. she studies the brain. wrote a book called Bright Side Eating, i think. Susan Pierce Thompson MD. video series free to watch this 12/1/18 weekend. don't wait.

  • Lilly

    1 month ago


    no time right now to see if others have posted this. iThrive videos are available free this weekend! https://go.ithriveseries.com/replays Excellent info and videos. pass it on.

  • HealingandHealth101

    1 month ago


    Greetings all, I started this tipping the scales at 5'8" and 296 lbs. I've lost 27 lbs. in 27 days. Now down to 269. I have 21 more days to go before I leave for South America for a holiday and will be gone 3 weeks. I will be taking a compact juicer with me, but I will have to return to eating a plant based diet during that time. upon return I will begin another juicing only plan until I reach my ideal weight. I do have a question. Does one benefit from straining some of the "chunky" juices or no? I haven't been, but ones like the Red, White, Blue and Green juice can be very chunky. Just curious if you think it makes a difference?

  • Lilly

    1 month ago

    u might want to ask on the happy juicing group

  • Peter

    1 month ago

    I agree about going on the other group... it is just way more active.

    Happy Juicing 2018

  • Lilly

    1 month ago

    i say eat the chunks and pulp. btw, it's been awhile since i was in South America, and i wasn't there during this time of year, but i recall these exceptional fresh juice bars all over the place. even in one of the poorest countries, I found a health food store/cafe with sprouts and everything. i hope you have a wonderful time!

  • 4fasting

    1 month ago

    Dear H and H, Yes, it matters. You don't want fiber included in the juice when fasting. If you wanted chunks and fiber, you would be blending instead of juicing. When juice fasting, you want immediate access to the nutrients that you are juicing and as little effort on the digestive process, so it can be utilized for healing. Depending on the juice, I might strain up to three times (usually just once though). I agree with the others, you might want to go to Happy Juicing...most active group.

  • Peter

    2 months ago


    I am sorry If there are people who already saw this on another group, but I made a video about what to expect when going on a juice fast, and I would love to hear what people think about it!



    Here is the link: https://youtu.be/nzDIYAUbgjY




  • Lilly

    2 months ago


    hi, all! how is juicing for you? i am struggling. came up with a new word. so if u get hangry when u r angry and hungry, can u get slungry when u r hungry and sleepy? that's me. slungry.

  • Lilly

    2 months ago


    hi all. i am in the 60-day diabetic reboot. struggling. we get weekly webinar talks. in this week's Rhaya--our moderator and diabetes expert - said something about plateaus that i thought y'all might find interesting. she was discussing non-alcoholic fatty liver. as we juice, the fat in the liver starts being used up. her personal belief is that when you start plateauing your liver starts working harder at cleaning itself of those internal fat cells. you might not notice weight loss, but your body will be doing an essential task for optimum health. juice on!

  • Maddogcupcake

    2 months ago

    Interesting Lilly, thanks for sharing.

  • Maddogcupcake

    2 months ago


    I just want to remind everybody how hard this is, how few people do it, how inspiring you are, and what a fantastic thing you are doing for your health. Be proud of yourself. Stay strong and juice on!

  • Peter

    2 months ago

    Right back at you.

    By the way, I don't know why you aren't a part of happy juicing 2018:)

    That group is a lot more active, you should give it a try.

  • 4fasting

    2 months ago


    Maddo.... Week one: I lost 9.8 pounds....week 2: lost 2 pounds. Today I start week three. I was frustrated by losing only 2 pounds last week, just got on here and read that you have been at a plateau for 6 days! I think we both have enough experience to know the ebb and flow of fasting. Part of the process is persistence. It is that mentally knowing that we are in it for the long haul, and I have to do different to get different. I have been steadfast and not picked up any solid food. I'm after health and the numbers on the scale are just that. I've lost the bloat and water weight. I'm back in the gym. My mental clarity and energy has improved. I'm not hungry. I know I will reach my goals and so will you. Day 31....you are doing awesome!

  • Maddogcupcake

    2 months ago

    Right back at you! We're all blossoms of awesome. The longest plateau I have endured was 2 weeks. Sometimes the body needs to pay attention to something other than weight loss, like absorbing the shock of it all or deep cleaning or whatever is going on in there. Plateaus are fairly common from the posts I've read over the last year or so.

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