Summer Bodies are Built in the Winter

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When it comes to setting New Year’s resolutions, most of us shoot for the moon. We tell ourselves that this will be the year that we give up all of our bad habits, and inevitably, three weeks later, a solid  92% of us find ourselves right back where we started. What gives? Usually, these goals are too ambitious or restrictive- with unrealistic expectations and no wiggle room. 

Small, incremental lifestyle changes may feel less sexy, but they have a much greater chance of creating real change. According to Dr. Roberta Anding, a registered dietician and nutrition professor at Baylor College of Medicine, moderating your resolutions could be the difference between giving up in February and creating a lasting healthy lifestyle.

We have an ideal solution for you. Start your January with our Purification Challenge which begins nationwide on January 4th!

You’ll choose between two programs that support your body’s natural ability to expel and metabolize toxins*, which is important to maintaining your health and vitality.

Summer Bodies are Built in the Winter

You can sign up for free and receive daily detox emails, access to our Facebook group to share recipes, etc., and be eligible to win prizes!

A few things to consider: 

Fat cells hold toxins, and they’re released first before burning fat in most weight loss programs. This results in toxins let loose inside of our body,  and to keep them from doing major damage, we need all detox ‘doors’ open to get rid of these bad boys. 

You must consume the fuel to help the body to eliminate these toxins. This super fuel is cruciferous veggies, high-quality digestible protein, fats, and liquids.

Peer into your level of ‘grunge’ with our Toxicity questionnaire:

Here’s to sculpting our summer bodies in advance!

Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Any products mentioned are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Be advised that any nutritional program suggested is not intended as a treatment for any disease. The intent of any nutritional recommendation is to support the physiological and biochemical processes of the human body, and not to diagnose, treat, cure, prevent any disease or condition. Always work with a qualified medical professional before making changes to your diet, prescription medication, lifestyle, or exercise activities.

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