Taylor0204

  • About: I am married and we have a 2 year old Havanese puppy, Cocoa. I have always focused on living a healthy lifestyle. In 2011, I decided to become a lacto- ovo vegetarian and I have been loving how I feel as a result of this lifestyle change. In Jan 2012, I began journaling my food and exercise on My Fitness Pal and managed to lose 9 lbs since that time. I have hypothyroidism so 9 lbs in 2 years is like 50 lbs to me. I am a runner. I ran 6 races in 2013 and plan to run 8 races in 2014.
  • Why I've Joined Reboot with Joe: It's a new year and I want to do something different. I am looking forward to the journey.
  • Favorite Juice? To be determined
  • Food temptation? Sweets
  • Birthday: Feb 04

Wall Posts

  • RoyalsFan

    5 years ago

    Hi Taylor! Been missin' ya... Glad you are well and healthy.... How is Cocoa doing? /BB

  • Nicole

    5 years ago

    Hi Taylor, great news! I'm down 18 lbs. since Jan. 10th!!! I had started with the 3 day cleanse then included juicing along with health conscience meals. Things slowed down while I was in Florida but still managed 3 lbs. off in 3 weeks, must say a little relieved about that. Wanted to jump start to keep on track with my 50 lb. goal by end of June...started Thurs. with an all juice, not sure if it will be for 5 days then combo juice/veg/fruit. Very hard to not eat when preparing dinner for the hubby... I am so excited about finally being able to see the lbs. come off. Overall I find that juicing really moderates that "hunger" signal. Thanks for checking back with me...hope all is well with you too!

  • dede729

    5 years ago

    Hey Taylor0204. Well today is begin Again i will start juicing 100% I believe tomorrow. As i have to prepare mentally for the road ahead. I have been ina funk lately. I went to the gym yesterday and I got the saddest impression from my trainer like this girl is going to Always be fat. My heart sort of sank the dry exit greeting no real reaction to my presence. I must keep this weight off for a change. I looked in my closet i have size12 to 16 i ammore like 14\16 now. I think my problem is i used to weigh 320 and now i may be 230 so i think i have gotten comfortable because i used to say if only i could get to a 14 a fat girls dream size when you are size 24. Well i am hearing myself sounding depressed. I don't like to spread sorrows Only joy so i sign off for now.. Pray 4 me

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    5 years ago

    thanks for your compliment. everyones body is different. thats for sure. i kept wondering when the weight was going to come off but it just took time and patience. broccoli doesnt yield that much juice. the little bit that it does yeild, its very potent!! make sure you get one with a long stalk. you can get more juice out of the stalk of it than anything.

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    5 years ago

    thanks for stopping by my wall. I live to see "our people" taking charge of their health. 8 marathons this year! That'll b awesome. I think I'm too nervous to do one lol

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  • Nicole

    5 years ago

    Belated Birthday Greetings!

    I also have hypothroidydism as well as being celiac. Very excited today as it's 4 weeks since I began juicing and have lost 12 lbs. -the most I've lost in 15 years of trying...in spite of trying it all I've gained 3-4 lbs every year.

    My biggest weight loss was 4 lbs.??? a few years ago after 3 months of dieting (weight watchers) and exercise.

    Another 38 lbs. to go, hoping to be there by the end of June, slow but easy, fingers crossed, juicer on!!!

    Good luck with your 2014 races.

  • Asher

    5 years ago

    How are you doing Taylor, hope all is great with you.

  • Asher

    5 years ago

    Thank you for the thumbs up. How are you doing? Wish you the best always.

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    5 years ago

    Hi Taylor0204, hope you are having a wonderful juicing day.

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  • shoman

    5 years ago

    Keep Juicing.

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  • Juicing & Plant-Based Whole Food Society - Eat & Drink Plants!

    Members: 176

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

    Thanks for your interest and support. My intention is to create a group that goes beyond a classic 3/10/15/30/60 day reboot regimen into a reboot juicing/eating lifestyle shift. No need to re-gain pounds and re-do hard-earned rebooting efforts. I have reversed all disease, diabetes, chronic ailments, and have maintained and sustained a 150 pound weight loss with Daily Reboot Green & Rainbow Vegetable Juicing and a Plant-Based WholeFood eating lifestyle. (WFPB - means whole food plant-based ingredients, plant-based foods as close to their natural state as possible). . Please see the original feature at Reboot with Joe success profile at: http://bit.ly/1czS3JJ .

    And the Two Year Anniversary Success Profile at: http://www.rebootwithjoe.com/reboot-success-story-dan-miller/

    There is also some behind the scenes footage, a video testimonial and a Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead commercial spot to view at ---> http://www.rebootwithjoe.com/rebooting/dan-miller/

    I completely understand and empathize where you all might be coming from - I have so been there and done that. The hardest part is just making the decision to commit to your self. It seems that once you make the decision to overcome confusing eating habits and make a change....the quick results and new found energy pumps you up to follow through, prevail and find success.

    After watching my beloved Joe Cross & personal saviour Phil Staples in www.fatsickandnearlydead.com and with further reading of Dr. Fuhrman's "Eat to Live", "The China Study and WHOLE" by T. Colin Campbell and, watching the recommended "Forks Over Knives' documentary, I discovered that eating plant-based wholefoods and drinking green vegetable juices will in fact aid you to overcome highly addictive hyper-palatable foods like animal-derived products, dairy, fats & sugar and to overcome poor eating habits like; the excessive consumption of animal protein products, oil & cholesterol, refined sugar, high sodium and other nutrient deficient junk food, all which led to my obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and my wife's battle with osteo-arthritis and auto-immune diseases.

    Be sure to review all the posts below starting on page one through to the present... there are videos, viewpoints, comments, pictures and links to aid you in your personal journey to lose weight and gain optimum health with Reboot Vegetable Juicing and a Plant-Based WholeFoodist attitude. I could make a number of suggestions while undertaking a reboot juice feast regimen or simply incorporating more fruits & veggies (whether juiced, blended or eaten whole) into your daily meal planning. First of all – Be Kind to Your Self! It took many years and lots of poor food choices to become overweight – It will take some time to lose it. Your body must be allowed to come into balance with phytonutrient dense plant-based foods. There will be plateaus during your weight loss journey – you’ll think nothing is happening, but it is. ************Avoid the scale to avoid disillusionment.......... Clean out your pantry to avoid temptation.****************

    The weight will come off with reboot vegetable juicing and a plant-based food choice – but must be allowed to integrate and work with your level of conscious nutrition.

    Free yourself from added eating stress and change the way you approach it. Forget dieting and just start a process of "Incorporating ~ Eliminating". Start incorporating a larger quantity of (cooked or raw, juiced or blended) plant-based whole foods like: green and rainbow color fruits and vegetables, whole grains, beans-peas-legumes, nuts & seeds . Start eliminating and weeding out the SAD diet foods like: drive-through junk & hyperpalatable fast food, animal products (meats, seafood, shellfish, eggs), animal-derived products (dairy, butter, cheese, ice cream, whey, casein, lard), oil fat/sugar/sodium-laden processed, refined and packaged foods. .........>There is over 40 years of research supporting that a WholeFood–PlantBased (WFPB) eating lifestyle will rejuvenate & regenerate your whole body, will alleviate chronic annoying symptoms, and reverses degenerative diseases like: obesity, diabetes, heart disease and cancer. Reboot Juicing is a tool to discover and compliments a shift to including more plants into your daily eating habit.

    ------> Not only is plant-based whole foods the healthiest way of eating that has ever been studied, but it’s far more effective in promoting health and preventing disease than prescription drugs, surgery, vitamin and herbal supplementation, and genetic manipulation. A PlantBased Reboot Juicing lifestyle entails; No counting calories, No drowning in minutiae about what to eat or what not to eat --- just simplify and make wise health-promoting choices........ DRINK Vegetable Juices & EAT Plants!

    This group is open to all exploring extreme weight loss with reboot vegetable juices and incorporating more plant-based nutrition. I have found that combining Reboot Juicing with a Plant-based whole food eating lifestyle has worked for extreme sustained weight loss and achieving optimum health - the results have been phenomenal.

    Follow my posts or chat your questions or comments here on this Reboot with Joe community "Juicing & Plant-based Society" group or, join the FaceBook discussion at: https://www.facebook.com/WholisticWeightLoss https://m.facebook.com/groups/473614985990920

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    I'd be more than happy to share more tips and techniques and address any specific concerns. For a more personal story-line, please see my website/blog on my complete reboot journey attaining extreme weight loss and optimum health: http://www.envirohealthtech.com/weight_loss.htm

    .....> I love talking Juice and health-promoting plant-based eating. Relax & Enjoy - Eat & Drink Plants!

    ---------> Healthy Regards to all, Dan Miller & Elisabeth Rae ---> Proud & Honored Reboot Ambassadors

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    Just click on my name to check out my profile wall for more postings, videos, and viewpoints.... or follow this link with a copy/paste ------>

    http://community.rebootwithjoe.com/profile/danmiller-erae . .

  • Reboot Runners

    Members: 846

    Latest activity: 02/12/2019 09:26 AM

    Many Rebooters, through life style change reach a fitness level that they can run. This group is for Rebooters that have become runners. We run in all type of events and for fun. If you have been running for some time or just starting out you should join.

  • The Big New Year’s Reboot

    Members: 3472

    Latest activity: 11/28/2018 02:44 AM

    Jumpstart your January by joining me and my Reboot Team for a free 3-Day Guided Reboot beginning January 6th. I can’t wait to kick off 2014 with you and make it the year of the healthiest, happiest you! You can find all of the Big New Year Reboot information through my posts and updates on the comment wall below or at RebootwithJoe.com here: (http://www.rebootwithjoe.com/category/big-new-years-reboot/)

  • From Reboot to Healthy Eating! Jump in and share your experiences!

    Members: 40

    Latest activity: 10/04/2015 10:52 AM

    Hi Everyone! I finished the New Year's Reboot and felt great, so I started up a 15-Day Reboot! It went so well, that lots of us in the group decided to extend it to 30 days! Now we're finished, and are transitioning from juicing to keeping a healthy diet. We've got a very positive and upbeat group full of supportive people all with the same goals to lose weight and restart a healthy lifestyle. Come join us! You'll be very glad you're here.

  • Thyroid Wise

    Members: 62

    Latest activity: 05/27/2018 02:25 PM

    Losing weight and getting healthy can be challenging enough. Add to that various thyroid issues, and you have the makings of one (or many) frustrating experiences. This is a place to share your joys, stumbles and rebounds with friends of a feather (who flock together).

*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.