Apple-A-Day

  • Why I've Joined Reboot with Joe: I was at my most unhealthy when I came across "Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead". As I have been in the integrative medicine world for many years the nutrient digestive process made so much sense! I continue to go back to the documentary for encouragement and inspiration. The support on this site is amazing, from recipes to advice from the nutritionists, to the fun and encouragement from the site members, it's made the journey into juicing and health joyful instead of painful.
  • Favorite Juice? Joe's Mean Green!
  • Food temptation? Unhealthy carbs!!!!

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  • Stevia?

    Started by Apple-A-Day, Last reply by Apple-A-Day on 2012-10-10 01:48:33

    Number of Replies: 3

    Can we use Stevia during our reboot?

  • juice plus food = weight loss?

    Started by Apple-A-Day, Last reply by Claire Georgiou - ND on 2013-01-03 06:59:48

    Number of Replies: 2

    Will I lose the same amount of weight if I juice plus food (plant based like on the plans)? Will I lose as quickly?

  • Breaking the fast

    Started by Apple-A-Day, Last reply by Apple-A-Day on 2013-01-21 13:56:31

    Number of Replies: 8

    What is the proper way to transition into eating after a prolonged juice-only fast like the one Joe or Phil did?

  • wt loss stagnant

    Started by Apple-A-Day, Last reply by Apple-A-Day on 2013-02-14 01:36:39

    Number of Replies: 3

    Hi There,

    I was one of your 15 day guided reboot members. I started juicing on Dec 31 and have stayed on juice only for this entire time. I have lost 40 pounds in 43 days, but, I have only lost 4 pounds in the last 2 weeks. I am careful to stay on 80/20 veggies to fruit and am drinking at least 96 oz of water along with my 4-6 juices a day. I am increasing the time I walk each day and am up to 2.5 miles a day. I have experienced constipation for the duration so am eliminating only every 3-4 days. Help! I have done everything it says to do if one's weight loss is stalled - what do I do now?

    PS My skin looks amazing and I feel great!

  • Best Plant Based Protein

    Started by Apple-A-Day, Last reply by Apple-A-Day on 2013-02-20 17:30:02

    Number of Replies: 9

    Hi Stacy,

    I have been doing a juice only reboot since Dec 31 and I am VERY happy with the results. I have lost almost 50 pounds, my A1c is down to 5.9 (from 8.9) and I feel great!

    I just saw my physician to go over my blood test results and, because of a low count on my results, she would like me to increase my protein. Is there one veggie that is better for protein than another?

    My favorite juice is Joe's Mean Green, so I end up with that juice the majority of the time, adding spinach and chard to the mix. Anything I should do differently?

    Thanks,
    Beth

  • Getting Ready to Transition - I'm scared!

    Started by Apple-A-Day, Last reply by Claire Georgiou - ND on 2013-02-27 05:09:15

    Number of Replies: 2

    I'm afraid.

    I am wondering (scared to death) about transitioning out of juicing. I have been on juice only since Dec 31, have lost 52 pounds and am ready to begin food at the beginning of March. I am petrified that I will not continue to lose, but will put it all back on.

    I have been reading about the different plant-based eating and there is a real difference in plans. Oil or no oil. That?s a big one. Also, starches or no starches is another (I've been trained NOT to eat rice and white potatoes). McDougall/Novick/ Esselstyne all say a big "yes" to rice, etc and a BIG "no" oil (very few nuts, seeds, and avocado) and others say all plant based foods are good. Help! Starch? Oil?

    Not sure how to go. I?M SCARED! I don't want to gain it back!

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