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Replacing meals with juice gives you the nutrition you need, keeps you full, is not over-caloric, and is cleansing. You may even find you don’t notice that your meal is being replaced because fresh juice is so satisfying. It is a much better option then using chemcial laden, lab designed diet drinks.
Consult with your doctor or a registered dietitian. Speaking to your doctor prior to starting any new diet regimen is a smart idea. They may be able to provide you with additional guidance or recommend alternatives that might be more appropriate for your health. A registered dietitian is a nutrition expert that may give you a more effective diet for weight loss.
Crystal, tell me what your daily routine is. When you juice you are lowering your caloric intake to a point where your body is forced to lose weight due to a lack of calories. It makes no sense that you aren’t losing weight. Also, make sure you are weighing yourself in the morning after you use the restroom, and before you drink any water or juice. Not sure what the problem is, but let’s figure it out.
Juice fasting is a safe way to burn fat but not for the long term. A week long juice fast is going to make the scale move, and if you care about what the scale says, than go for it. Do a week, two weeks, thirty day, or longer juice fast. But I recommend about ten days at the longest. You’ll probably lose about 10-15 pounds in the first week once you get past the headaches, moodiness, and sluggishness that will set in after the first few days on a fruit and vegetable juice diet.
Welcome to JOJ Jolanta! Congrats on getting ready to start your juice fast Wednesday! Don’t be scared, not everybody experiences bad detox symptoms. Most people experience very little as far as bad symptoms. My worst symptom was a slight headache going into day 3 and that was fixed with some ibuprofen. Keep me posted. I wish you all the best! Cheers Jolanta!
I want to juice for weight loss however, I would like to do replace my B-fast and lunch with a juice and eat a healthy low carb. low fat dinner. I’m scared of getting wobbly, sagging skin and lose muscle if I just juice. I’m looking to work out of course and want to drop about 50 lbs overall. Thoughts????
I have the same question, Im pretty new to this juicing and have read a lot of good results, I beleive that we should be juicing every day, substitute the breakfast and lunch with juices and have a dinner that is 80% vegetables. Remember 4-6 juices is good, from my recent expereience, 3-4 just doesnt feel like enough and have found that i am absolutley starving by the end of the day. Not sure if this helps, just wanted to share some insight.
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Joe Cross was obese and sick with a crippling autoimmune disease. He chronicled his 100-pound total weight loss*, along with his 60-day juice fast, in his film “Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead.” He called his diet a “Reboot.”
Hi Linda, I love this juice! So simple and refreshing! Just wanted to ask what is the nutritional info for this recipe? Am calorie counting so just wanted to enter the right calorie info in my app. For some reason my app calculated 299cals which seems a bit high given that it’s mainly citrus fruits and a veg!