• Why I've Joined Reboot with Joe: To improve my health and end my life long battle with emotional and binge eating disorder.
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  • Having a hard time drinking my juice

    Started by Selah, Last reply by scooter133 on 2013-04-01 00:42:12

    Number of Replies: 6

    I am on day two of the 15 day reboot. I am having a hard time drinking my juice. It doesn't taste bad, but it is almost too rich. I took about an hour and half to drink my juice yesterday and am still working on mine from this morning. Will this get easier? Is there something I can do to help? The eating veg and fruit is not a problem for me even though I have been most recently following a paleo diet. Any suggestions?

  • Looking for support!

    Started by Selah, Last reply by Khristiana on 2016-03-30 15:51:21

    Number of Replies: 17

    Starting my second reboot. Going for 60 days!


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    New to Juicing? Veteran Juicer? All are welcome. Calling out to anyone who would like to join us in losing those extra pounds, keeping it off and celebrating this life like you have always dreamed of. You will find this group very approachable & friendly (most importantly non judgmental and supportive) with many veteran juicers as well as newbies, all in it together...juicing our way to good health and happiness! Here at Sunshine Clubbe we consider this a journey for life, not just another "diet plan" which will end one day. We are working towards a lifestyle change, so that we do not go back to our old eating habits and put back all the lost weight. We Sunshiners believe in spreading and peace. We know we can do it. Lets do it together!!!

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