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Tropical Shakeology Parfait

Tropical Shakeology Parfait

Tropical Shakeology is great for making tasty treats and parfaits like these. They are healthy enough to keep you on track to be hot by summer and take care of your sweet tooth cravings. Remember they can all be topped with Fat Free or Sugar free whipped cream if you like. Give them a try let me…

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Three Simple Diet Tips

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These simple but effective tips will help you stay on track to reach your goals and be sexy by spring!!! 1) Drink up Stay hydrated by drinking 1-2 glasses of water with every meal. If you don’t have enough water throughout the day you will gain weight and have headaches 2) Cover up Keep your…

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Join the Beachbody Challenge

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One of the best ways to achieve great results in anything is to form a team to get it done. When you have a small group of people focused on the same goals, with the same tools and drive by a similar desire you have a team that is unstoppable. That is why I am putting…

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The Cleanse!

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Cleanse: 1. To remove dirt, filth, etc, from. 2. To make clean. Take care of your body. It’s the only place you have to live. – Jim Rohn With everything there is a right way and a wrong way of doing things. Fact? a Cleanse does work! It’s usually a diet of strictly liquid based…

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Shakeology; Fact or Fiction?

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“It will help you with gaining energy, lose excess weight, naturally lower your cholesterol, tighten skin, increases hair and nail growth, aid digestion and increase regularity.” Are the claims made about shakeology real?  The simple answer is … YES. When I first heard about the meal replacement, the only thing that registered was the price. There was …

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Slap dehydration before it knocks you out!

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  de-hy-drate [dee-hahy-dreyt] verb, -drat-ed, -drat-ing. -verb (used with object) to deprive (a chemical compound) of water or the elements of water. to free (fruit, vegetables, etc.) from moisture for preservation; dry. to remove water from (the body or a tissue). Signs you might be dehydrated: Thirst Dry mouth Small amounts of urine or can’t…

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