And, I'm kind of embarrassed to admit this, but I'm going to start the Shakeology program this week. The only reason I say I'm embarrassed is because I'm not one to jump on trends or hyped up, new products; it's just not me. I rarely believe sales pitches. And I still don't. I don't think Shakeology is some kind of a miracle product, with all the nutrition I'll ever need. I think it's a nutritional supplement and largely, a weight loss shake (to be blunt).
The reason I'm jumping on the bandwagon is because I'm in 2 weddings in less than a month and I'm making an effort to be super healthy (for me) until the wedding days (and hopefully, after). I'm hoping Shakeology will be a tasty meal replacement that will help curb my appetite and/or cravings. Even if the affect is just psychological, I'll take it.
One of the bride's sister-in-laws is a consultant for Shakeology, so she was able to convince me that I should give it a try. A couple of friends are joining in as well.
I will definitely keep the blog up-to-date with my thoughts on Shakeology.
|Fage nonfat Greek yogurt with pineapple|
|Almond milk, 2 oatmeal cookies, and 5 strawberries.|
|Spring mix with bell pepper, cucumber, and ranch dressing.|
|Diet Coke and mixed nuts.|
|Chardonnay at the Astros game.|
|Flavored sparkling water from Walgreen's. Class.|
|Laurelwood Espresso Stout with an oatmeal cookie.|
|Inside is a DIVINE chocolate cookie from this new bakery in Houston.|
|Peanut butter tart for my sister-in-law's birthday.|