I started making green drinks a few weeks back. I usually start craving coffee at noon, so I’ve been trying to replace the caffeine with green, leafy veggies. This drink is easy to make, and provides a nice spike of energy!
I’ve been a professional chef for 25 years. During this time I have been asked to endorse, and write about many different food products. Recently, a friend of mine introduced me to Isagenix- a revolutionary health and wellness company that concentrates on detoxification, weight loss, improving energy and performance, and healthy aging. I had never heard of Isagenix, so I did some research.
After the holidays, there’s a considerable surge in health club memberships. Everyone is trying to rid themselves of the extra weight they gained overindulging in chocolate, pastries, alcohol, and other holiday goodies.
Every year, Americans spend upwards of 3 billion dollars on weight loss products. Some of these items include vitamins and supplements, energy drinks, stimulants, and protein powders. What all of these consumers have in common, is a desire to lose excess body fat, and improve their overall health. Mostly, they want to feel better about themselves. In my years of studying nutrition, I’ve come to one, rather clear realization: there is no magic pill. Losing weight is difficult, and it requires great effort and determination. Here are a few things that I have learned that may benefit you.
Now for the bad news: I’m OVERWEIGHT. I know, I know…you’re all rolling your eyes. Sure, I’m “little”…I’m short. I’m like Snooki “little”…It ain’t “little” if you still got a muffin top. After a humiliating and eye-opening experience at the doctor, I decided that I could either bullshit all of you and allow myself to come across as one of those annoying people who eat TONS and never gains any weight, or I could use your support to start investigating a healthier lifestyle. I am 27 years old, I’ve never been married, no kids, and the wallpaper on my phone is a piece of pizza. Which one do you think I chose?