December 2016 archive

Dec 31

End of year progress

So I have been on Juice Plus for nearly 4 months now…. what has changed? Yes, you have heard correctly! I have gone from a 36″ waist down to a 32″ waist. I weighed myself before starting Juice Plus + and was 15 stone 1 pound, now I am 11 stone 9 pounds.   Please …

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Dec 28

Weight loss and diet drinks

What does this research say? Water is the way to go!

Dec 26

Official certificate!

After a year of hard, long study, I am pleased to announce that I have been trained in Diet and Nutrition. I feel that gaining this qualification will help me to raise the support and guidance that I can give other people on my Juice Plus + journey. Please note, I have omitted my last …

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Dec 25

Crisps that you won’t feel guilty about!

Looking for crisps that won’t set you back 1000s of calories? Try some from this list. Juice Plus also helps to reduce fat content in foods! When taken, it immediately reduces a high fat meal down to just 16 per cent by improving the opening of the arteries.

Dec 25

Merry Christmas!

Dec 23

Christmas super foods

Want to stay healthy over Christmas? Take a look at this article I read on “Christmas Super foods.” What’s great to know is that cranberries, one of the super foods on the list, is in the Juice Plus + capsules, yay!

Dec 23

“Skinny” foods

Want to try some new foods that are good for you, calorie-wise? Take a look at these “skinny” foods!

Dec 20

Mass production of foods

This quotation from an article that I was reading about the amount of nutrients and minerals that are in our foods today really struck a chord. With more mass production happening now more than ever, it is inevitable that fewer nutrients and minerals are in our foods. That’s why I am glad that I take …

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Dec 19

Green tea desserts

Here is another recipe that I have found that uses green tea. It’s a dessert this time. Let me know if you give it a try!

Dec 18

Christmas foods

Christmas can be a time full of decadence, however this snazzy idea is great for a healthier alternative to the Christmas pudding!