• Why I've Joined Reboot with Joe: I just left my doctors office with the news that I am pre-diabetic and with high cholesterol. I am also in menopause and weigh 360+ pounds. I need to do something and the first order of business is to lose about 180 lbs...that's my long term goal. My short term goal is to do the Reboot for Diabetes. I have done 15 day reboot, about 4 years ago, so I am familiar with the concept.
  • Favorite Juice? Pineapple Gazpacho
  • Food temptation? Bread

Wall Posts

  • Another-Brother

    2 years ago

    Good Juicing!

  • Agnes

    2 years ago

    I need to loose 100 lbs and feel very hungry on juices. How long does it take to make the hunger bearable and to sleep 8 hours? I can't sleep when hungry so I simply give up, eat to sleep and go back to juicing.

  • tghalsted

    2 years ago

    Hi Agnes,

    I am sorry that I just found this post...I wasn't aware I had my own wall. I hope that after 3 weeks you have found some balance and are able to put 8 hours of sleep together. I have different issues with sleep mostly to do with menopause. But I want to get you an update. When I started the first couple of weigh ins (I only weigh myself once a week - and only as a check in...) were impressive, 8 to 10 lbs. Since I have been either a couple of pound or at no change. I am almost at the end of my 60 day reboot, but will be continuing on with juicing during the day and a reboot maincourse at night. I am sure that the larges drops are mostly fluid, because I can see my ankles again. The smaller drops in weight are probably the harder to lose pounds. I know this is a marathon and not a sprint. I also know that changing my eating habits is only one part of what I need to do to accomplish my greater goal. I still have over 140 lbs to lose. I am taking this one day at a time and when need be one meal at a time. Do what you need to do to take care of yourself. I you get hungry eat, just pay attention to the quality and quantity of what you are putting into your body. This is doable. Juice On.


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