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Cravings are gone!

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Gosh I can't believe how easy it is to say 'no' to something. It's like my triggers are all back to normal. I'm not even thinking of eating that cookie, or going to McDonalds.

I think it has to do with my 'mind set' to finally finish this battle, but I also think it has to do with the nutrients that I'm getting from my nutria-blast drinks, that is helping my body feel complete. I think my urges before, were because I wasn't getting the proper nutrition, so my body was telling me to eat everything I saw!

I feel great, and I know if I eat something poor, then I will crash. I'm tired of crashing & having no energy. I haven't felt this good in a long time, so it makes it easy not to cheat.

I love the NutriBullet. Even my 2yr old daughter drank a little of my green drink, and she liked it!

I've committed to this for 90 days. Time goes by so very fast. I know how short 90 days is. So when I'm in the grocery store, and that corn dog is calling me, I just think to myself... 3 months, that's it....3 months, I can do this.

Anyway, I feel great, and just want to tell the whole world!
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    1107 days ago
    I agree, there is a lot of controversy over the B12 issue. I believe that God's original intent for our bodies was to be vegan...the garden of Eden. If B12 is the only thing holding you back from being a vegan I would suggest getting it tested and seeing if it truly is low. If it is there are several ways to fix it...nutritional yeast w/B12 added (you sprinkle this in food to give it a savory cheesy flavor, it also has protein and other benefits) or the B12 shot every now and then. Also, B12 is actually made from some kind of bacteria and for sure meat is loaded with all kinds of bacteria. Fortified vitamin water and breakfast cereal fortified with B-12 are also excellent sources for the vegan concerned about B-12. Good luck on your journey! Please let me know if I can be of support in way!
    1108 days ago
    Nutri bullet and Nutri blasts are a part of my life now. It's a lifetime commitment. I like feeling like I do, and I am battling diabetes 2 and I believe that the blasts have a lot to do with seeing the numbers go down, both in blood work and in weight! Stay with it! MJ
    1109 days ago
    June, I am so excited for you! Keep up the good work! I am seriously considering buying a NutriBullet. :-)
    1109 days ago
    Absolutely, we have been overfed and undernourished! Our bodies were screaming for nutrition and we couldn't find it at McDonald's or in cookies and before that was the food that was around so we grabbed for it with all our might! Not anymore! We get it now! Great job and keep on going!!!
    1109 days ago
    I'm not one to say that drinks and shakes are the way to go, but I will agree with you that if you are getting your nutrients from them, it really really does help!!! I know that when I feel nutritionally balanced, I NEVER have a hard time saying no to the terrible stuff! (well, maybe at a weak moment) but SO RARE! So, I say, if that works for you, stick with it and great job!
    1109 days ago
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