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Discouraged with Protein Shakes

Sunday, April 14, 2013

For the last 30 days I have been doing 2 protein shakes a day and 1 light meal. I have 1 snack of fruit with a small amount of yogurt and cottage cheese. I am not losing weight, the only I seem to have accomplished is getting used to be hungry. I am going to try the Food Lovers Plan for 30 days. It seemed to stabalize my blood sugar when I tried it before. My mother ordered this program and never used it so I am going to take advantage of it and give it a try for 30 days. I want to lose, not be hungry, and feel good. So I will give an update in 30 days and let everyone know how this goes. Today I prepared stuffed peppers,chili, chicken fajita, and stew, that with steamed veggies and salad and fruit, ought to help me not have to cook alot during the week. I am working 20 hours a week overtime right now so this should help me keep on track. If anyone has any questions on the Food Lover's Plan just ask.
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    I am not so hungry now and I am seeing the weight starting to drop
    1880 days ago
    That is really interesting, thank you for the break-down!
    1888 days ago
    On the food lovers diet you eat 3 meals and 2 1/2 meals or snacks of a protein, carb and veggie. It actually lowered my blood sugar rather than raising it which surprised me because i dont normally eat carbs. I also lost 6 pounds that week, then a friend gor me interested in isagenix due to the health benefits of weekly cleanses where you fast 2 days a week with only taking in the cleanse. I feel terrible and so very hungry though.
    Also the food lovers plan is a protein carb and veggies at every meal.
    1890 days ago
  • KIMBERLY19732
    1890 days ago
    Hey it couldn't hurt! Especially if it's free. :)

    How does it differ from other plans?
    1890 days ago
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