Shed 40+lbs. in 2016 "Juice On" Healthly Lifestyle!

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  • Lindy

    3 years ago


    Congratulation's for the day 19 day of 60 reboot!!!! And to all of those that have started their first day or in the first few days of their reboot. We are so proud of you and glad that you're here to encourage us and get the support you need as well!

  • eurocatbaby

    3 years ago


    You can do it. I am on day 19 of 60 days. Some days are tougher then others. I haven't had any major cravings after the 1st couple of days. I am a sugar addict and junk food junkie who hates veggies. I now dream about salads and healthy foods. I am hoping to reboot my taste buds because I need to eat more veggies. At least in this journey my husband has joined me so it helps a lot. For those who don't have someone in the family helping reach out to the groups. Everyone is very supportive. If you have to cook for others choose things you don't like is the best I can advise. Maybe they can eat some of their big meals away from the house when possible. Just remember you need to focus on your long term goals. I wish you much success on your journey to good health.

  • koj27

    3 years ago


    This is my first day. Any tips for staying strong when you have a husband and kids to feed when you are on a 60 day cleanse?

  • JackieK

    3 years ago


    End of Day 2 for me and not such a good day at all. I have the headache from hell. I have thrown up twice and all I want to do is curl up in a ball and cry.....this is freaking hard...:( But I will not give up....

  • fibroCFSwoman

    3 years ago

    Good luck, Jackie! I hope that you will feel better soon. Are you doing the just juice reboot or juice with food? If you think it would help your head and stomach, you could try some of the smoothie or soup recipes on the website. I tried going into a straight juice reboot and failed almost immediately. Now I am doing 5 days of food and then juice. I am feeling much better this time around.

  • Torcy

    3 years ago


    just started a 60 day juicing yesterday, looking forward to the journey of cleansing the inside of my body and feeling energetic!

  • fibroCFSwoman

    3 years ago


    Good Morning and Happy Birthday Martin Luther King, Jr.!



    This is my day one. Things have not gone exactly to plan since I was unable to use the shared kitchen this morning. However, I had some leftover squash and apple soup from an attempted reboot. I had that for breakfast with my hot water and ginger. I am avoiding citrus because it burns the inside of my mouth. While out and about I picked up an evolution juice at Starbucks. When I get back home I will make the berry apple bake and try to follow the recipes on the Reboot app.



    Good luck, everyone!

  • Lindy

    3 years ago


    How is everybody doing today? Just a reminder this is not an easy thing to do especially the first time around. Don't beat yourself up just start again until you reach your goal. It's worth it and so are you!



    After doing a juice reboot back in 2012 and living in a raw food lifestyle for a few years. It amazed me how I felt and the weight I gained after I fell back into eating fast food, process foods and the SAD "Standard American Diet". I used to think the feeling of being bloated, full, acid reflux, heartburn, unsatisfied and miserable and overweight was normal. After feeling so good on a healthier diet, I realize that is not the normal to feel bloated unsatisfied overweight and miserable after eating the crap I was eating.



    So when you do a juicing for a long period of time your body is getting a enormous amount of healthy nutrition that it's been starving for. Usually 3 to 5 maybe even 7 days is the ruffest days of the detox reboot. Where you're not going to feel good because your body is detoxing from all of the processed food sugars caffeine's starches not to mention all the chemicals that the non-organic food has in them.



    If you're juicing organic fruits and vegetables then you're not adding those chemicals to your juicing. After that detox period whatever it is for you, it is different for everyone, you should start to feel a lot better as each day does get better. The body does still continue to detox but you don't have the symptoms as bad as the first 5 to 7 days.



    I wish I had a word to express the feeling after a good reboot pass the first few detox sick days. But I don't, but there's an overwhelming sense of well-being and health, high energy and a lot of clarity and focus of the mind.



    You are so worth it, and no matter how many attempts it takes, or how long it takes the benefits are unmeasurable.



    Juice on! We are here for you!



    Group Hugs! -Lindy

  • Healthy2016

    3 years ago

    Thank you for all your positivity and encouragement!

  • Lindy

    3 years ago


    One of my motivations to reboot and get clean!! Get back to a healthier lifestyle! With my chia seed breakfast cereal, with hempseed chocolate milk, a cinnamon raisin flax seed cracker with hazelnut butter. This is what I would have for breakfast on my healthy diet. I can't wait to get back to that lifestyle again after my 30 day reboot. I am on 10th day! I used to feel so good every day! I want that again!




  • lbryant63

    3 years ago




    Good morning! I just completed a 10 day reboot and began adding some food. I started feeling like my body was needing more protein. I will continue to juice, but also adding healthy foods back in to my food plan. I think the biggest thing I struggled with on the 10 day reboot, was a couple blood sugar drops, and being extremely cold. I did 20 minutes of Yoga this morning and have Joe's berry bake in the oven. I have a question about protein powder. What do you add it to? I have not incorporated any kind of almond milk, ect. So, just wondering if anyone had any ideas on that. Hope everyone has a rich blessed day!! -

  • Lindy

    3 years ago

    Congratulations on your 10 day reboot. I believe somewhere on Joe's website they offer a protein plant-based powder. However if you look at most of his food recipes, he has the nutritional value such as his Green Detox Soup I believe that's 9 g of protein. I have enjoyed the raw food lifestyle for about 2 1/2 years. I've done much research on the protein that I thought I was missing. You're going to find protein in vegetables such as kale, etc. if you're eating enough fruits, veggies, nuts and seeds and some grains (gluten-free) you're going to find that protein. There are plant-based proteins out there, just be sure that it's organic. You can also add Chia seeds, flax seeds and different nuts to your smoothies.

    I am not sure what your diet preference is. Some people enjoy the Paleo diet. That would be vegetables, fruits and meats. My daughter was on the Paleo diet for several years and has become more plant-based with occasional meets.

    I always encouraged to do research on the Internet there is a wealth of information out there about the concerns of protein, organic versus commercial produce etc., also there is a vast amount of awesome healthy recipes out there.

    When I finish my reboot I plan to continue on a plant-based diet however, it will be more raw/warm raw. I will be posting many recipes I have created over the past few years.

    Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food. It sure did heal me after years of illnesses and medications. No more illnesses and no more medications as of today. I also lost over 40 pounds. However after four dealths in the family since 2013 , I have gained about 17 lbs. of that back. It's the first time I have ever lost that much weight and actually kept it off, it was much harder to gain it back because I lost it the right way.

    A great breakfast in the morning:

    1 Tablespoon of Chia Seeds, 12 oz. Coconut milk (I make my own coconut milk) if you buy yours be sure it's organic.

    1/2 Tablesppon of Gojo Berries

    Add all ingredients to a mason jar and shake really well (a few times within the first 20 minutes) Chill in the refrigerator overnight. Then in the morning pour in I a bowl and top with bananas! My coconut milk a sweet so if desired you can always add honey ( or coconut nectar if you have diabetic issues) to sweeten it. I'm not sure how sweet the store bought coconut milk is.

    Another quick way to make coconut milk is to just take organic unsweetened coconut flakes put them in a high-speed blender like a vitamix add about 2 cups of water. Blend at least 45 seconds, then drain through a paint bag or a nut bag a couple of times to remove the pulp. I add a organic fresh vanilla bean to mine. If you want your milk to be creamier than soak about 10 or 15 almonds in warm water for 15 mins. that removes the dark skin around it so there white you add them to the milk. You can always add the whole almond but then your milk will be brownish. The shell around the almond comes off really easily after soaked, then add those to your already strained coconut milk and blend and strain again after adding the almonds for a creamy coconut milk.

    I want to feel that wellness again and healthy and full of energy every day. That's why am on my reboot. Hope this helps!

  • Spacegirl33

    3 years ago


    well done for going for it ladies lets do this! X

*Individual results may vary. Reboots are not intended to treat, cure or prevent any medical or health condition. Reboots are not recommended for everyone, and before commencing a Reboot or any other nutritional or dietary regimen, you should consult with your qualified health care provider in order to assess any potential benefits or risks to you with consideration of your personal medical situation. You should also continue to work closely with your qualified health care provider if you intend to engage in a long-term Reboot. Our Guided Reboot Programs are not advised for women who are pregnant or nursing.