Why are you doing Ignite?

  • I'm interested to hear why people are committing to the change. For me - it's all for my kids. I want to be energetic and around for the long haul.

    paulc   by: paulc
  • 8 votes
    deannav18  over 1 year ago by: deannav18

    I need to shed pounds and get back to a healthy fitness level. I have often wondered about food allergies and I think this is a good way to use an elimination diet while working out,

    • brendats
      brendats about 1 year ago

      I'm doing it for the exact same reason.

  • 7 votes
    cmaxwell32  over 1 year ago by: cmaxwell32

    I am in need of a change, something that will continue to motivate me to stay focused on a change of lifestyle. I need to re channel my stress and frustrations of daily life back into my food and exercise plan.

  • 7 votes
    bohdel  over 1 year ago by: bohdel

    I really need to work on my self-control. I'm hoping avoiding my trigger foods for 21 days will help purge my system, just as they suggest.

    • Jen632
      Jen632 about 1 year ago

      me too. I had to reignite because I couldn't resist when I started craving something sweet. round 2 for me. :(

    • Zutana
      Zutana 6 months ago

      I'm right there with you. I've been thinking a lot about this lately and wanting to get back on track with far fewer processed foods. Also, a friend recommended a book - Intuitive Eating by Evelyn Tribole. I've just started reading and believe you can gain information from all sorts of sources. Not sure but think the two will compliment each other because I do need to get back in tune with my body.

  • 7 votes
    Lizzianne9  over 1 year ago by: Lizzianne9

    I have been struggling with stomach aches for years, after eating just about anything and I am ready for a change! I want to feel healthy and just plain good again. I too need the energy boost and I am determined to have a toned core before I die haha.

  • 5 votes
    symmie  over 1 year ago by: symmie

    Because I am in need of a jump start in my motivation again. Plus I have several food allergies and the only thing I need to change to do ignite is eliminate sugar.

    • mtrinidee
      mtrinidee over 1 year ago

      Hey symmie, I have the same thing, I already eliminated 4 of the 6 evils. Why not add dairy and sugar to the list for a little while. :)

  • 5 votes
    FitKitty1  over 1 year ago by: FitKitty1

    I have had acid reflux for about 3 years and know that it has come from a bad diet and excess weight. Also, I LOVE to workout but have had a hard time with my nutrition. So I think / hope that ignite will be my answer.

    • karsenslater
      karsenslater about 1 year ago

      Same.

    • Firay
      Firay about 1 year ago

      FitKitty1,
      you may have your stomach out and need to be adjusted. Ask your chiropractor if they know how to adujust your stomach.

  • 4 votes
    labellefleur83  over 1 year ago by: labellefleur83

    I am allergic to soy. I have wondered if the gluten is getting me down for some time. My best friend went totally Paleo and she looks friggin' fabulous. Just had a baby and went back to the same weight in the hospital. One of THOSE :-) 17 months after my last baby and I am still struggling with about 10 pounds baby weight....and then the 20 pounds I shouldn't have had on before babies! So I am ready to not only loose weight but heal my body!

    • bohdel
      bohdel over 1 year ago

      I lost my baby weight in the hospital for my first kid (though I really could have used to lose more) and then an extra 5 in the first month of breastfeeding. With the second I left the hospital weighing more than when I went in and have had a TERRIBLE time taking all that weight off, and I weighed less when I got pregnant with her than I had since leaving high school. Every situation/every person is different, though I'm sure you hear that as often as I do. :) Good luck!

  • 4 votes
    thegirlonfiyah  over 1 year ago by: thegirlonfiyah

    It's for so many reasons. I'm getting married later this year and while admittedly it would be great to look great in my dress, I'm far more concerned with spending a long, healthy life with my awesome husband-to-be. He's quite active and I'd love to finally be able to keep up with him. I also wonder if this will help with my mood disorder (along with being monitored by a professional, of course) and stress. Since I travel so much for work am a bit worried about longevity, but I don't have to travel this month so now is the best time to start! Have struggled with my weight since I was 8...17 years is enough! We can do it :-)

    • skaser
      skaser about 1 year ago

      How about buying a bullet to take with you for travel. They are small. I am thinking about getting one for vacations. Im worried about gaining back too much on vacation. I use my blendtec at home.

  • 4 votes
    licarrit  about 1 year ago by: licarrit

    I'm going to be 49 in mid June and I'd like to be in better shape then than I am now. I've been telling myself for years that when I retire I want to do... and it occurred to me the other day that I may have the time and even the money to do the things I want but if I continue like I am, I won't have the energy or the strength to do the things I want. More immediate motivation is I am going to be teaching an online course and I am dreading going in front of the camera!

  • 4 votes
    nithya22  about 1 year ago by: nithya22

    I've always struggled with my weight.. and now after leaving for a year and half in jolly ol england (with lots of their jolly ol pints of beer), I weigh more than I ever have. EVER! This is my way of making a change to not just lose weight, but be healthy. Thanks for asking the question paulc - always good to write down the reasons and motivation.

  • 3 votes
    aiesha2013  over 1 year ago by: aiesha2013

    I chose to commit to the change because I have digestive issues, and also a muffin top :(, no good. I also want to be healthier for me and my family, so hopefully they never experience the things that I have that lead me to this point.

  • 3 votes
    gbsngrl  over 1 year ago by: gbsngrl

    I've always been active and in relatively good shape...but my eating habits are TERRIBLE. I'm talking like cheese fries, nachos, pizza...all the bad stuff several times a week. So I really want to complete my healthy exercise regimen with a healthy eating regimen!

  • 3 votes
    jipsybird  over 1 year ago by: jipsybird

    I have been curious about Paleo for a while. I'm doing this for me. I want to be healthier, have more energy with kids. I've been kicking around the same 5 pounds for about six months, and time to kick it to the next level. I secretly desire to inspire my hubby to join me. He is pre-diabetic: lost a good amount of weight over the last couple of months due to being super busy. I'm concerned he will regain it back, but he claims he won't. I'm home with the kids while he works and goes to school, as far as I know he doesn't workout. When we go out to eat I sometimes ask to see if they have the nutritional info on a dish, he will scoff as though saying "here we go again", making my request feel almost ridiculous. So, I haven't talked to him about doing ignite yet.

    My best to all in their efforts!

  • 3 votes
    88dmdavis  about 1 year ago by: 88dmdavis

    I had knee surgery a few months ago and can't play the sports I used to for another 6 months. I put on some pounds and need something to jump start me. Playing sports enabled me to eat a lot of foods that I shouldn't and not playing, those foods have "caught up" to me so to speak. I also think I may have an allergy to either gluten or dairy and this is a great way to see which it is and how I feel without those ingredients in my diet.

  • 2 votes
    GlassKat  about 1 year ago by: GlassKat

    Over the last year or so I have learned a lot more about eating right. I used to have an extremely limited diet (I would only eat pasta [with cheese], and almost nothing green - being a vegetarian this was not good). I want to cleanse my system and get in the habit of avoiding my vice a little more... cheese is so goooood! but so bad. I'm hoping to learn good habits that will carry on once the "detox" is over.

  • 2 votes
    nallen225  about 1 year ago by: nallen225

    I'm doing this to be healthy. I've lived on fast food for far too long and need to make changes in my life. I love vegetables but have trouble planning for meals. I stay busy with college and working night shifts.

  • 2 votes
    ab2015  about 1 year ago by: ab2015

    I'm a mom of 4 awesome tots, I have Multiple Sclerosis and for years I gave up. I am ready to quit giving in to my weaknesses and be as strong as I was when I was in the Air Force. I'm re-evaluating my life, my career goals (This mama is going to be a cop) and I'm ready to be the strongest mom I can be for my kids!

  • 2 votes
    bunneh  about 1 year ago by: bunneh

    I want to put less stress on my body and eat the way I was intended to. I'd also like to avoid dying young and leaving my little guy without a mom.

  • 1 vote
    maguilar8  about 1 year ago by: maguilar8

    I am looking to change the way I eat and what I eat. I was doing great up until the holidays and then I lost sight of my goals. I am here to reclaim those goals.

  • 1 vote
    Brandijenkins26  about 1 year ago by: Brandijenkins26

    To be back on track, feel great look good and have good health.

  • 1 vote
    RWinzer  about 1 year ago by: RWinzer

    I eat pretty healthy & cook most meals lots of veggies & lean proteins...and get between 2-3 workouts in a week but then have moments of weakness...but not too often. Have had 15 pounds just sneak on a few pounds at a time - turning 46. Used to just "watch" for a few weeks and 5 would come off...now the needle is stuck. I'm on day 21 - and I was feeling pretty good although wanted faster results. Scale was NOT my friend today and it's depressing but I only got one workout in last week. Trying to stick with it...

  • 1 vote
    FatumAstrum  about 1 year ago by: FatumAstrum

    My mom and sister are the healthiest two people in my family. They both inspire me to want to be healthier, and I've tried in the past. I usually just work out, and eat anything, or try to "eat healthy" and not workout. I'm hoping I can break my addiction to sweets and finally have a toned body to match the females of my family.

  • 1 vote
    nvbbqman  about 1 year ago by: nvbbqman

    First day on ignite, so here we go. I want to lose 20 lbs and get back to a healthy eating life style. I am 52 and own a BBQ catering company, so I am always around food. I am looking at this program to help get me back to a reasonable eating habits.

  • 1 vote
    tawbri2k2  about 1 year ago by: tawbri2k2

    I have been overweight for most of my life and have been on every diet you could think of. Then I came across Daily Burn and started doing the workouts, which are amazing and fun. Learning about ignite really got me excited to combine the workouts that I have been doing with the proper nutritional lifestyle that I have been craving. I am excited for Ignite!! Tomorrow is my first day and I can't wait to get started!!

  • 1 vote
    Trynity  about 1 year ago by: Trynity

    I'm starting Ignite for several reasons. I used to be very active when I was in my 20s. I don't think I really learned how to eat properly. My metabolism would just burn off whatever I put into my body. Now that I'm in my mid-thirties it's not so easy. I've steadily gained few pounds here and a few pounds there.
    I want to learn how to be more active and eat better.
    I'm also running a 5K with some friends in September. I want to be able to keep up with them when we go out. Finally I'm going on a cruise at the end of September and I'm bound and determined to have some rocking abs for my super cute bikinis.

  • 1 vote
    madeupbylauren  12 months ago by: madeupbylauren

    I'm getting married in 38 days !!!!!!

  • 1 vote
    gloria25  3 months ago by: gloria25

    reason for me to commit to ignite is to become a better me and to achieve a goal that depend of my welt been and feel confident about my self and my health and to more then statistics of been a latina/o over weight....

  • 1 vote
    Lucinda50  3 months ago by: Lucinda50

    Because I am fat, frumpy and almost 50!! I need to do something!!!

  • 1 vote
    resolution323  3 months ago by: resolution323

    I'm looking at being discharged dishonorably from the Army if I don't get in shape. It's come down to this, There's no excuse in the world I can give to not give this my all.

  • 1 vote
    Kbanyai  3 months ago by: Kbanyai

    I want to see how it feels not to have these elements in my body. I love Daily burn workouts but they haven't made me lose weight but I am stronger and feel better after I do them. My ultimate goal is to get off of Gabapentin for my back and leg pain and I am excited to try anything to do it.

  • 1 vote
    mar230262  3 months ago by: mar230262

    My long term goal is to live a healthier lifestyle especially because I will be 30 in a month! My short term goal is to run a 5k marathon on March 8th, 2014!

  • 0 votes
    editress  over 1 year ago by: editress

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  • 0 votes
    fitkatie2014  3 months ago by: fitkatie2014

    I am ready to just rid my body of toxins. I need this......

  • 0 votes
    karsenslater  about 1 year ago by: karsenslater

    I've always had a hard time eating right because I grew up with a lot of sugary foods. Even if I don't keep up with Ignite after my free trial/whatever, I know I need to find ways of gradually improving my diet while I'm young, and Ignite should help with that. I want to make better habits now because I'm pretty sure it'll be much harder later.

  • 0 votes
    lucylocket  about 1 year ago by: lucylocket

    Starting ignite again..cheated the first time, I have a hard time staying motivated, don't really have anyone but me..kids are over 18 and out of the house..I need to lose my belly and keep my back strong..any suggestions on staying motivated would be very helpful..??
    When doing workouts I was getting a lot of headaches..fixed that problem thanks to the wonderful people who replied with solutions..
    So far DailyBurn has been the best choice in staying fit and healthy..

  • 0 votes
    Firay  about 1 year ago by: Firay

    I am a natural health consultant and love to know how things affect me before I direct my clients into anything. I use a similar diet with my clients for balancing and it lasts just a bit longer but is much more difficult to do in the first 6 days. I like this diet and like how this web site works and I am looking at recomending this to my clients so I am doing it first.

    Take Care of YOU!

  • 0 votes
    DreamingHazel  about 1 year ago by: DreamingHazel

    I felt that my diet was low in nutrition. I started getting sick with cold after cold after cold. I wanted to jump start my nutrition and feel healthy! I was sick of being on calorie-restrictive diets and feeling hungry all the time. I also wanted the total package which is already preconfigured workouts + simple nutrient-dense recipes. I was so glad I came across dailyburn on a workout forum. It was exactly what I needed to make some much desired changes. The weight loss that comes with following this program is the "icing on the cake"!

  • 0 votes
    kmahoney16  about 1 year ago by: kmahoney16

    I'm getting married this summer and now that it's Spring time I'm extra motivated to shape up my body. But, I'm a baker, sometimes for 15 hours a day, so I feel that I'm constantly working with temptation of substituting desert or breads for a couple meals each day. I'm hoping a strict diet will kick my eating habits into shape and that my body will follow despite temptation.

  • 0 votes
    remonvilv  about 1 year ago by: remonvilv

    i need to lose atleast 15 pounds in order not to be on high blood pressure medication. i feel uncomfortable in my own skin and i just need a change.

  • 0 votes
    mondrizek  about 1 year ago by: mondrizek

    Needed motivation, have been sluggish and fatigued and am hoping that a change in diet and exercise will help me lose the 10 extra pounds I've put on in the last few months.

  • 0 votes
    CassLoves343  about 1 year ago by: CassLoves343

    Many life events have caused my turn to working out and making the change.
    1) As a former athlete- soccer, track and swimming- and now living in a small town with no adult leagues, my activity level has significantly dropped. I have become very busy working full time, helping my husband run his business on the side, and coaching a youth soccer team, I haven't had the time to hit the gym.
    2) I have gained enough weight that my clothing is now uncomfortably tight. Being from a family with parents that are over weight, and seeing the health risks associated, the tight clothes was my first sign that I was heading down a path I do not want to follow. I am currently at the heaviest weight in my life only a year into my marriage.
    3) My husband has discussed starting a family in the next year or so. Having worked in the medical field, and especially around pregnancies- I know the risks being over weight can cause. I decided that now is the time to start a healthy routine to keep me and my baby healthy!

  • 0 votes
    magdeline86  about 1 year ago by: magdeline86

    With a gluten and dairy sensitivity, I really needed to commit and hit the reset button for my body!

  • 0 votes
    juju  about 1 year ago by: juju

    I need something to guide me to a better way of eating. I love the foods on ignite, and rarely eat traditionally thought of as ,"bad" foods. but when a sugar or salt craving hit, I just go completely off track. By not allowing myself any of it I am hoping to retrain my brain to not crave these things. I really need to lose 60lbs and if i don't find a way to do it soon I fear I'll be stuck like this for ever.

  • 0 votes
    jaxschommer  about 1 year ago by: jaxschommer

    I've been trying to lose weight and I've ballooned to 250. The "eat what you want and still lose weight" plans haven't worked, so I'm attempting this.

    • jaxschommer
      jaxschommer about 1 year ago

      Plus, it's the first time I'm losing weight for me. It's not for my parents, it's not to impress boys, it's not for my wedding, it's for me.

    • chellywhit
      chellywhit about 1 year ago

      good luck dear. i'm right there with ya on doing it for yourself for the first time. :) we got this!

  • 0 votes
    sallyparadise  about 1 year ago by: sallyparadise

    I noticed I started gaining a little bit of weight after I got married, and them I gained a little bit more, and then it never seemed to stop. I've spent the past 5 years increasing pant sizes. I joined this site on whim, and feel extremely hopeful that it can help me reach my goal of taking at least some of this pudge off my body. So far, I went from not exercising in years to working out everyday!

  • 0 votes
    comptonlj  12 months ago by: comptonlj

    I just got 'the talk' from my doctor that she's concerned about my weight and my blood pressure. I have an extremely busy life with 4 kids from 17 to 7, and a full time job, so this should be the change that I need. On top of all that, I'm getting ready to start a new decade in my life in June (I'm turning 40!!!). I'm hoping DB and Ignite will help me with my goal to change my destiny from 'Fat and 40' to 'Fit and 40'.

  • 0 votes
    scvb13  12 months ago by: scvb13

    To jumpstart my weightloss and clean eating plan!

  • 0 votes
    sdonaldson210  12 months ago by: sdonaldson210

    I am ready to look and feel good again! My biggest evil is having a glass (or two) of wine in the evenings! But if I can drop 45 pounds and feel great then I am willing to give it up! Health reasons are most important as I am 50+ but another benefit would be to look great at my daughters wedding next year!!!

  • 0 votes
    MariyaGil  12 months ago by: MariyaGil

    I've been looking for a good system to get healthy and this was the perfect solution. Just completed my ignite phase and I loved it. I feel much better, my skin tone and completion have improved considerably in such a short amount of time.

  • 0 votes
    jleydon  12 months ago by: jleydon

    I'm a pretty healthy person in general. In the past I eliminated a lot of snacking and started on a better workout regime to move me into the fit level. This has worked great but found the ignite diet interesting to see if it could round out my eating habits a bit more.

    My main concern starting is the fact that I have allergies to a lot of fruits and some veggies. I eat some anyway but certain foods I mix with dairy which curbs the reaction

  • 0 votes
    kerrylenahan  6 months ago by: kerrylenahan

    Ready for a change! Have been thinking about this for way too long. The Daily Burn/Ignite gives me all the tools I need.

  • 0 votes
    Zutana  6 months ago by: Zutana

    I'm excited to get back to the basics and appreciate the guide. I depend on processed foods because I tell myself I'm too busy or tired to cook - which really isn't true.

  • 0 votes
    nea0117  6 months ago by: nea0117

    I'm doing ignite because I just became a single mom and have had to make a lot of lifestyle changes in the last few months. Now that I'm done getting established and making a ton of life style changes I think right now is the perfect time for me to change my health. My kids are big motivator but overall I need this for ME!

  • 0 votes
    MrsMirabile  6 months ago by: MrsMirabile

    I just got married and want to have kids but I don't want to go down that road if my body isn't ready. It's the best motivation I have ever had.

  • 0 votes
    Jennari73  6 months ago by: Jennari73

    Ok I will be honest. I've done ignite lost weight, felt great and was working out everyday. Went on vacation, and came home- I actually maintained my weight. When I came back, I started my final semester of my BSN, with work, clinicals, and homework it all became too hard. Now all my hardwork has gone down the drain and I feel terrible. So today, November 1, I will begin the 21 detox, no more excuses, no more eating for boredom. In 8 days, I will be 40, even more reason to get it right. Monday, I restart my training program for half marathon, no more tired lies to myself. I can do this and I will not fail again. Wish me luck!

    • jlramos
      jlramos 5 months ago

      I feel you-I'm a medic in the Army and its the same deal in urgent care setting especially.

  • 0 votes
    Annettej  5 months ago by: Annettej

    I needed to change for me. Sick and tired of being sick and tired. Im off all my medications that was my number 1 goal.

  • 0 votes
    MiahJo  4 months ago by: MiahJo

    I'm starting the exercise program now. I just really needed something where I didn't have to leave my house for. With school and everything I have gained so much weight they lie about the freshman 15 how about nursing school 30. Any way I wasn't the healthiest to begin with and I feel even worse now with my crazy school schedule. I decided to try daily burn I can take 30 min out of my day and exercise. I'm starting to look at the ignite and I think it would be a great idea for me. I'm hoping to start it over holiday break. I just want to finally practice what I learn and preach about every day in school. I know I'm probably allergic to at least dairy and gluten but I've never completely taken them out of my diet. I hope it will go well. I'm in real need of a change.

  • 0 votes
    MeredithStar  3 months ago by: MeredithStar

    For me- it's for my future. I'm going to college and I'm trying to make a better future for myself. However, my health has been the last thing I think about. I needed something to help keep me on track. I'm hoping this will work out. So far it's looking good! Good luck everyone!

  • 0 votes
    deidramari  3 months ago by: deidramari

    I took a break after bike season ended and i need to get back into a routine of working out.

    • bekahjewel
      bekahjewel 3 months ago

      I want to get in shape and join my town bike club this upcoming bike season.

  • 0 votes
    meliyu  3 months ago by: meliyu

    I was always a healthy and very in shape person. In 2008 I had a major life change which left me feeling very hopeless, and that set in motion a slide into a deep depression. I began to eat for comfort which caused a consistent gain of weight every year. I would diet loose some weight then gain more back. I now have a bad stomach, migraines and the hay fever I had has turned into such horrible allergies that I am now on an inhaler for asthma. In November I was finally able to make a huge change for the good and that has set in motion a swing towards living a more positive life. Paying better attention to my eating habits, and fitness is the next logical step to improving my overall health and well-being.

  • 0 votes
    linzai92  3 months ago by: linzai92

    I started because i wanted to get in shape, but then i read into ignite and it seemed perfect. I have IBS and gluten, dairy, soy and alcohol are all triggers for me. I'm 3 days in and I woke up this morning with a lot of energy and NO stomach ache. its been a long time since that happened! I'm going to do what ever it takes to stay feeling this good!

  • 0 votes
    Corinne8M  3 months ago by: Corinne8M

    After the birth of my second son almost five years ago, I had A LOT of weight to lose. under the guidance of an amazing trainer and nutritionist, I began a "clean eating" regimen and boot-camp-style exercise. I lost almost 70 pounds. As my youngest son is about to turn 5, unfortunately I have gained 20 of those pounds back. A few pounds a year really add up! Enough is enough and I'm ready to get back on track.
    My relationship with food became unhealthy and I lost sight of the purpose of eating. It's not to fill my time because I'm bored, it's not to satisfy every craving and it's not to comfort me. Food's purpose is to energize and nourish my machine. If I put processed junk; dairy, gluten, soy, etc., into my body, I shouldn't be surprised when I look and feel like junk.
    The hardest part for me is the first week, but once the addiction to sugar is broken, it is amazing how easy it is to stick with it. I've done it before and I can do it again.

  • 0 votes
    hetie  3 months ago by: hetie

    I'm pre diabetic and and afraid of what lies ahead for me if I don't change now.

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    CJ0821  3 months ago by: CJ0821

    Like most of you... Change is it for me too. I want a lifestyle change, not a fad diet that will work for now and leave me fat again later. I want to lose weight and keep it off!

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    AnnaM  3 months ago by: AnnaM

    I am doing it for me and my daughters wedding. Want to look great in my dress. Also to be healthy all around.

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    Mandla78  3 months ago by: Mandla78

    I am so uncomfortable in my own skin. When I look in the mirror I am so disappointed with what I see. I know I have done this to myself, but I can't do it alone. I want to be able to look in the mirror and love what I see.

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    baileyk  3 months ago by: baileyk

    I am trying to lose my baby weight, my son is 9-months old and I fear if I don't do something now, I never will. I was going to the gym, but there were days I had to skip it because I got off work to late and had to pick up my son.

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    hawtness91  3 months ago by: hawtness91

    I'm trying out IGNITE because I want to be healthy and fit. I started about 6 months ago I was 250 went down to 189 and now I'm back up to 215.... its hard I hope this IGNITE will help me get to my weight loss goal!!!

    • MaryamBahar
      MaryamBahar 3 months ago

      Good luck! I've been doing dailyburn and ignite for only a couple of weeks, and I've noticed a lot of changes! I have more self-control and I prepare my food before I go out--- and that alone helped me lose two dress sizes! I'm so happy with my body I just want to keep going-- stick with it and you will too :)

  • 0 votes
    Crandal  3 months ago by: Crandal

    I want to get chronic pain under control and improve mobility, flexibility and improved body image. Get in shape.

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    JonellMcBriety  3 months ago by: JonellMcBriety

    When I was 17, I was diagnosed with PCOS by my pediatrician. She knew very little about the syndrome and, after several tests, just prescribed me birth control pills and diabetic medication as preventative measures. At the time, I was at a healthy weight, but my hormone levels were all out of whack. My doctor never talked to me about a healthy diet and my parents didn't know much either. So here I am 10 years later, researching PCOS and found that Ignite is really similar to the recommended diet for a woman with PCOS. I want to get healthy so my husband and I can actually start having a family now that we've been married for 7 years.

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    sp1deyluvr  3 months ago by: sp1deyluvr

    I know this is an old question, but since I'm just starting...

    I'm doing this for a few reasons. 1) I was very thin my entire childhood until I got married. My ex was as social as I was, so we would just stay home and my activity level plummeted. I need to relearn how to be healthy. 2) I have a kiddo that I can't do my favorite things with, and it kills me. 3) I live in a distant place and have chosen a career that necessitates frequent travel. Planes + obesity = misery 4) I need to be able to be proud of who I am. The only thing I'm not proud of is my size (i.e., how I feel in my clothes, challenges of being overweight in like.. theatre seats, planes, back issues, etc.)

    I have had it! OFFICIALLY! :D

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    Sarahsto  2 months ago by: Sarahsto

    I have been dealing with stomach issues/thyroid issues for about 2.5 years. I have become completely gluten and dairy intolerant and have gone gluten and dairy free, but still have been having issues. Cutting out the soy as well has helped me feel the best I have in over two years. I am a college student/musical theatre major and am always on the run. This makes it really difficult to prepare quick meals that don't make me sick. The DailyBurn Fuel is a God send for me as it contains none of my intolerant foods and is quick and easy to take on the go. Thankyou DailyBurn!!!

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    AMixon379  2 months ago by: AMixon379

    I'm 23 with joint and back pain. I had a baby last year and I used that as an excuse for my weight. Well, now I'm close to my full-term weight. I attribute my weight to my joint pain. This is truly the heaviest I've ever been. Plus I get to go on a shopping spree once I hit 20lbs above my goal weight. I want to at least lose 62lbs.

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    nichieboo  2 months ago by: nichieboo

    I'm took the challenge to change my eating habit and to live a long healthy life for my boys :)

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    micheleutzman  2 months ago by: micheleutzman

    I have gained 7 pounds a year for the last 7 years during the winter. Always meant to lose it in the spring, but never happened. Just reached the dreaded 200 and know I have to stop putting it off. Working and running 4 kids, I need to stop, get some help, and focus on myself.

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    bebeslight4u  2 months ago by: bebeslight4u

    I'm doing ignite to not only be healthy by losing weight, but to regain strength in all of my muscles that have been neglected over the past couple of decades. I feel the stronger I am the healthier I'll be. Plus, especially for women my age- 62, it is a great way to increase bone health as well. I've always been kind of active, but had fallen away from that and I wanted something I could do in my home that works for me and addresses all the areas I mentioned. Thanks for this opportunity to comment.

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    Irene47  2 months ago by: Irene47

    I'm a diabetic and need to change here's to change :-)

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    detisdale  about 1 month ago by: detisdale

    I have always heard getting fit is 80% diet and 20% working out. I am always active, love working out. I have no problem with the 20%. It is the 80% I have a problem with, which is why I never see the results I wanted. So hopefully with the help of ignite, I will see those results by swimsuit season :)

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    noahinboulder  about 1 month ago by: noahinboulder

    I've gained about 40 pounds since my wife and I have been together, I want to get back to where I was when we first met (she hasn't gained a pound!)

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    KonZaraki  about 1 month ago by: KonZaraki

    I want to be healthy :)

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    SexyTriba  about 1 month ago by: SexyTriba

    My class reunion is coming up in 6months, plus I'm not used to the extra weight.

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    andgon238  about 1 month ago by: andgon238

    I started Ignite because I've gained about 30 lbs in 3 years. My roommate is a real foodie, and she likes to cook all this really rich food, so despite working out a fair amount, I've been gradually increasing my pants size. I hope that controlling my diet will help me rid myself of some of the cravings for bread, cheese and chocolate that have been my downfall in the past, and help me look good in the process.

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    jessejfrye  about 1 month ago by: jessejfrye

    I believe my gut has too much Candida, so this will allow me to cut my sugar cravings, focus on increasing my strength and mobility. I only have about 10-15lbs to lose, but I am doing this to support a couple co-workers that are doing this. It is always easier to do it with others to push and support each other than do it a lone.

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    moonsetlo  about 1 month ago by: moonsetlo

    For my happiness. Nothing tastes as good as strong feels. And I feel absolutely fantastic when I'm healthy and strong. Stress doesn't seize control of me and things roll off my shoulders. It centers me. I also want to show a great example to my son about how important taking care of your body is. It's crucial to all aspects of life. If you don't have your health, you have nothing.

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    denisee885  about 1 month ago by: denisee885

    One of the challenges of sticking with needed changes is participation. By having options on the net, on the cell, and in my kitchen, I feel I am increasing my exposure to this program. I see it as a life change and I really want to be successful.

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    HeidiBelle  about 1 month ago by: HeidiBelle

    I am right at the sweet spot of being overweight vs. being obese :( If I don't do something to shake off the 35lbs I have gained in the last 5 years it will probably double in the next 5, and I want to be healthy, fit and strong for life. AAANNNDD I just happen to be getting married next year so I want to look good in that dress ;)

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    eryns1983  about 1 month ago by: eryns1983

    I need to improve on my diet, plus this belly fat is going nowhere. I know that changing the way I eat will help.

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    buffingtonlaw  about 1 month ago by: buffingtonlaw

    I'm turning 45 this year and not only see the changes in my body, but also starting to feel the aches and pains that come with aage. All of my clothes are fitting way too tight. It's time to turn back the hands of time and get my health and weight under control.

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    livingyoung  about 1 month ago by: livingyoung

    I want to get fit for my grandchildren and for myself, in june I am planning on running a five k in the lavender fields at young living farm, this is my goal for this year. in two years I want to wear a size 10 again for my husband and wear a real wedding dress for our 45th wedding anniversary when we renew our wedding vows, I am in a size 18 now.

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    wedgeang  about 1 month ago by: wedgeang

    because I want to burn fat like I mean it!

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    Rachiepo  25 days ago by: Rachiepo

    I'm doing this for myself, for my family and because I want to be the best version of me possible.

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    MuteMitchie  23 days ago by: MuteMitchie

    I'm doing it to get ready for college. I want to finally lose weight and feel not self-conscious anymore.

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    colleenprasser  22 days ago by: colleenprasser

    I have suffered from constant headaches for the past several years. Eliminating caffeine from my diet reduced the pain, but it is still there, all the time. (Yes, I've consulted countless doctors, have had every test done, and everything is inconclusive.) I'm curious if other things in my diet are contributing factors. I'm hopeful that my headaches will go away on Ignite, but I don't think that they will - and worst-case scenario, I lose a few pounds and learn some great healthier recipes!

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    InazumaYaiba  18 days ago by: InazumaYaiba

    I am going to Marine Corps boot camp in another couple months. I keep gaining weight. I know its partially muscle but I'm dangerously close to my maximum ship weight so I need to add in a healthy diet to keep at a reasonable weight.

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    Magpie  21 days ago by: Magpie

    As I get a bit older I know the time has to be now to be able to make a real change in my life. I've had very low will power, but I thought if I went all in with Daily Burn & Ignite (I even downloaded some hypnosis apps that are supposed to help with motivation/weight loss/willpower, lol) maybe I'd have some follow through this time. I took pictures and everything, so fingers are crossed.

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    koryjane1979  21 days ago by: koryjane1979

    After 5 kids I assumed just running long distance again would melt the added pounds away. I can't seem to get the last 10 to go away. Leaves me with now having to change my eating. I have an addiction to food for sure.

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    serengettinut  21 days ago by: serengettinut

    I'm doing ignite to be healthy, to see quicker results with my workouts and to just feel energized! I'm on again off again with good food choices I want to maintain strong willpower to stay on a cleaner eating plan. My downfall is failing to plan ahead. Love dailyburn workout plans! :)

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    ATCPRO  18 days ago by: ATCPRO

    I have never done a cleanse for more than two hours. This one seems reasonable, except the fact that the Fuel is sold out. I will have to go to GNC and find a match.

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    jmichael614  9 days ago by: jmichael614

    I just stopped nursing and the weight is starting to come back on slowly so I need to get back into healthy mode. I also think that anything that will help me get rid of the 6 "EVIL" foods, is a good thing. I am vegetarian so I'll need to focus on eating right so I get my vitamins.

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    CQ  6 days ago by: CQ

    I hit 60 and my belly is bigger than my hips. Aging is not for the weak! Watched the documentary Vegeucated (sp) and that got me off animals entirely. Just can't support that industry. Been off sugar for years and it's true, sweets don't even sound good now. Don't use soy, it's a just a genetic hot mess. Gluten is my last hold out. hahaha and the exercise. Guess I'll substitute my 'sludgie' for breakfast until the new and improved shake is available. I want to be strong and capable as long as I can. Can't have the kids worrying about me.

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    acfoster  over 1 year ago by: acfoster

    Answer this question (please read answers below before posting)...

    • rblee2010
      rblee2010 about 1 year ago

      I want to start, but I just don't think I can do it. I look at all the stuff I can't have and it scares me to death that I won't stick with it. I really should try it because I have be dignose IBS and have such stomach issues, but I just don't know if I can do it.

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