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  • Torcy

    3 years ago

    On my 8th day of juicing, I've Lost 7.5lbs. 1inch off my chest, 1/2inch off my waist, 1 inch off my hips, and 3 inches off my thighs. My BMI went down 1.3. I must say that I was alittle off track on my 7th day, but it made me realize how important it is to stay on this journey to good health and life. These rapid results has made me realize that this does work, and that I need to stick to this journey that I layed out for myself. 52 days more to go, I can do this and get to my desired weight!

  • Torcy

    3 years ago

    I'm on day 3 and I'm feeling good, very motivated to stick to this 60 day cleanse!

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  • Saying GOODBYE to 100lbs or more!!!

    Members: 2291

    Latest activity: 04/25/2019 01:48 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!

  • 60 Days of Support, Fun and Fitness

    Members: 10

    Latest activity: 01/26/2016 01:05 PM

    60 days of power juicing right here. Join the group to share or get support. We will juice, support each other, increase water and exercise one day at a time and we'll do it together. Anyone up for the challenge? Let's lose unwanted pounds and have fun doing it, yes, right through the holidays. I used to be so self-conscious of people knowing I juice instead of eat. Eat to live. Nothing more. Not for entertainment or boredom. Breaking shame and the bondage of weight. Here's to juicing on!

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