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  • Cravings

    Started by JennyO, Last reply by kiwijuicer66 on 2014-01-03 22:26:34

    Number of Replies: 6

    Advice needed on how to avoid cravings


  • A Post A Day Keeps the Juicing Going - Hurray!

    Members: 21

    Latest activity: 03/06/2019 09:34 AM

    Hi! I'm Ellie and about a month ago I completed a 21 day reboot in order to help with a histamine intolerance and allergies. I'm ready to go at it again in order to keep improving my allergies/intolerances and to lose the rest of the weight I need to (20-30lbs to go!). During the last reboot, I found posting everyday REALLY helped me stick to the plan - so, I decided to start this group so I could do the same again and give the option to others. This group is for those doing 1, 3, 5, 10, 15, 30, or even 60 day plus reboots, those maintaining, and those looking to lose weight and find health!

  • WANTED: Support and encouragement please

    Members: 26

    Latest activity: 05/28/2015 04:57 PM

    You may be able to relate to me: I have tried all diets known to woman (well nearly all). All of which resulted in short term fixes. I appear to be bubbly and full of smiles on the outside and even laugh off the fat jokes, but deep down, I am not happy with my weight and have not been for many years. I am here to re-claim my health and in doing so re-claim my life. So here goes, Day 1 of Day 60. Your support and encouragement along my journey would be much appreciated.

  • Athboy Rebooters [Ireland]

    Members: 13

    Latest activity: 01/26/2018 08:08 AM

    We are all in this Together , welcome Friends..Juice on,

  • Starting on or around May 1, 2014

    Members: 46

    Latest activity: 10/31/2014 10:13 AM

    Looking for anyone starting on about May 1, 2014, willing to give and receive support.

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