(Closed) Juice Diet? Thoughts? Advice?

posted 6 years ago in Wellness
Post # 3
251 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

a snack of fruit juice is just extra sugary calories, honstly if you want to have a kick start to your diet just eat super clean and super strict high protein low/no carb diet for a couple of weeks before adding in a few treats like yoghurt and the odd bit of fruit again

also get yourself gymning, the buzz is amazing and you’ll not want to undo the good work

Post # 4
2951 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: February 1998

I feel these kind of diets set you up to fail. When you restrict too many things it just makes you want more. You need to find a healthy balance 

Saying that starting your day with a veggie and fruit smoothie is a great way to Kick start your metabolism.  Make sure you exercise and before you know it you will be healthy and fitter and feel great.

Post # 5
5543 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: December 2011

Balanced, nutritionally sound meals and a diet based in research not fads is the way to lose weight. Any diet that tells you to never eat any of a whole food group makes me raise my eyebrow a bit. Moderation is key. 

Post # 6
9114 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2012

Sounds like a crash diet. You’ll lose a lot of weight fast, but you’ll gain it back. If you eat nothing but fluids, you’ll expel nothing but fluids.

Moderation with a good diet and working out is the 100% way to lose weight safely. You need to keep it up, though. It isn’t something you can just do whenever you want to lose weight.

Post # 7
11233 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: August 2013

@chasesgirl:  This.

This seems to be a fad in the blogger world lately–I know a LOT of them who are doing it), and it really grosses me out. This kind of thing is not good for you.

Post # 8
2755 posts
Sugar bee

@chasesgirl:  +1

Steer clear of processed, sugary foods, give up sodas and sugary drinks, increase your water intake, exercise 30 minutes/day 4-6 days a week and you’ll see results. Just try changing your bad habits one small step at a time.

When I started on my fitness journey, I focused on small, manageable goals each week – ex: 3 workouts and under 30g of sugar every day.

Eventually, those small changes became ingrained habits.

You’re going to have “bad” days. That’s good for you and a part of life. Just get back on the horse after and don’t dwell.

Post # 9
1341 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2015

@CherryWaves:  My best friend did a juice diet for a wedding she was in, and gained it ALL back the second she went off the juice diet. Even just eating salads and stuff. It’s great for a quick fix, but that’s all it is, a quick fix.

Post # 10
10366 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2010

Juice diets/fasts are a spectacularly horrible idea. I just don’t understand why people do this to themselves. You don’t need a fad. You need a balanced diet. Short circuting your metabolism and shocking your body is not the way to achieve that.

Post # 11
5107 posts
Bee Keeper

Juicing (with a good quiality juicer that does not just take out the fiber and nutrients, you’re looking at a $400 juicer) is great as a supplement to what the PP’s have mentioned above.

Eat healthy and exercise, and have a raw juice or smoothie in addition to a healthy diet. There is a great website that explains why you need to get a great juicer – it will cause a blood sugar rise, thus an insulin surge, thus a blood sugar crash, which is basically like eating a piece of candy and NOT conducive to weight loss. I will try to find the site!

Post # 12
5107 posts
Bee Keeper

@MangoSong:  +1.

But, it can be used as a great in between meal snack if taken with protein or made with protein powder in a regular diet =)

Post # 13
1405 posts
Bumble bee

I juice veggies one meal a day.  I don’t juice fruits because of the sugar.  I wouldn’t do it as my only source of nutrition though.

Post # 14
2389 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

I did a 5-day juice fast after watching that movie.  I felt a lot lighter and more energized.  H and I still juice a lot but just as a supplement to meals or occasionally as a meal replacement.  We mostly do veggie juices with some citrus and ginger for flavor.

Post # 15
2553 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

If you want to lose weight, count your calories. That simple.

Post # 16
8041 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2013

@CherryWaves:  Nothing wrong with juicing, but some juicers are a bitch to clean, and even though it’s pretty healthy, it IS extra calories.

Just make sure you’re not snacking as well as having juices or else you won’t be helping yourself.


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