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OMG It's 10:30 and I've only consumed 1234 calories!?!?

Thursday, May 12, 2011

I started working for a health and wellness company in February and I've actually recently started using some of their supplements and nutritional foods. I started using a patented pre-workout bar that IS DELECTABLE and it MASSIVELY helped me in my workout to be able to go harder, stronger and longer! It helps reduce the buildup of lactic acid, the "fatigue pain" we all are so familiar with in our workouts.
And I started taking their vitamin that has a unique exclusive delivery to mimick nature with natural occurring compounds that ACTUALLY ABSORB instead of creating more free radicals! Did you know that most synthetic supplements have little absorbency because they use a form of a nutrient that is not able to be absorbed by the body? Take it from someone who's been working in the health industry for years now! I AM SO PSYCHED!
I can't tell you hard it is to stay within my calorie range and lose weight when I LOVE FOOD and when I exercise it causes me to get more hungry to replace those calories! I'm usually over my calorie range or right up to the 1550 when counting really accurately! :)
I don't know if it's my new bar that has helped suppress my appetite or if it is the new vitamin I'm taking but I cannot freaking tell you how happy I am that I don't have raging hunger cravings. THIS IS HUGE! I'll be the "skinny angel" I want to be in no time!
How did I ever live without these supplements?
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  • BREW99
    Oh, that sounds wonderful! I hope that these supplements are natural and healthy. It's crazy how many on the market are full of synthetic chemicals, yuck! Hopefully you will be able to assist us all with ideas and suggestions. emoticon
    1515 days ago
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