Big Girls Do Cry

  • Location: 3220
  • About: Forty-something, obese, depressed. Sick and tired of being sick and tired. Out of excuses. Wanting not only an improvement, but a whole new way of living. I want some life quality, endurance and energy. I recognize change has to come from within. There has got to be a better way! I come seeking knowledge and guidance. To make myself accountable, I have started a blog: as my way of documenting this struggle with poor health and obesity. This time WILL be different!
  • Why I've Joined Reboot with Joe: To gain some health & lose some weight. Plus to improve my life quality and longevity.
  • Favorite Juice? Undecided
  • Food temptation? The unhealthy lacking in nutrition type.

Wall Posts

  • trappedinfat

    4 years ago

    Hi, how are you doing? I wasn't logged in for a little while, but I've started a 30 day reboot today. I gave up on 100 day fast....I didn't have enough direction, so I'm doing a guided one now. Hope all is well with you. Don't give up!

  • trappedinfat

    5 years ago


    You'll do great on this. I was so surprised at how fast the weight came off the first week and I didn't feel too bad. A few headaches with caffeine withdrawal, but I expected that. This journey seems a little long for me...100 days this time, but I sure don't want to be in the same place I am today at day 100...I will be healthier, thinner and more energetic. Let us know how day one goes....looking forward to this journey together, this is the most encouraging place to be.



  • Women Over 50 or feel like 50!

    Members: 157

    Latest activity: 06/03/2018 02:14 AM

    Changing a lifetime of "I've always done it that way" to "I'll try that". Never too old to change.

  • Saying GOODBYE to 100lbs or more!!!

    Members: 2293

    Latest activity: 05/16/2019 03:14 PM

    This group is inspired by all the amazing people I have met in this community who, like me, have or had 100 lbs or more to lose when starting this journey with our wonderful Joe Cross:) There are special challenges in this world for those of us who are "morbidly obese" and there are some incredibly inspirational people around here conquering those challenges every day. Come be inspired and inspiring!

  • Australian juicers.

    Members: 63

    Latest activity: 10/12/2018 04:56 PM

    Any Juicers from Australia to join the group so we can share our products support etc. My husband 68 is 118kgs and I am 66 74kgs and this is day 3. My husband has a few health issues and hoping this plan will help overcome however though he is not on blood pressure tablets, day 1 his blood pressure reading was very high, day 2 blood pressure has dropped a little. We are both very very tired. Green juice combination as per download is not very nice, trying to adapt thought it was too much kale so I guess it is trial and error until one finds the taste that suits you. Wished there was a clinic like on movie of Fat Sick and Nearly Dead where my husband could be monitored as I am concerned about sugar. He is not diabetic though he is close therefore with this juicing I hoe it does not raise his level. Any one have any advice? For me, my symptoms are dull head ache, light headed, no energy so hope day 3 our bodies change a little.

  • "Move the Dial" with Modified Juicing

    Members: 13

    Latest activity: 05/01/2014 03:09 PM

    This is for people who have finished a reboot or who want to change their eating habits with modified juicing. The Group Picture is of a glass mug of healthy hot garlic soup with sprigs of parsley. I've just finished a 10 day juice reboot and am now eating lots of salads and hot soup. My challenge is night-time grazing. I'm cultivating a better eating habit by: 1. Drinking at least one healthy veggie/fruit juice a day 2. Eating a salad a day 3. Eating more veggies than meat or grain 4. Eating no later than 8:30 p.m. 6 days a week (I work late hours) 4. intermittent fasting one day a week (only veggie juice) 5. Every 6 - 8 weeks I want to do a 3 day juice cleanse This list isn't meant to dictate the same for everyone. How are you "moving your dial" by cultivating your own better eating habits?

*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.