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by Carly Neubert, BA, NC October 07, 2015
Here comes Fall and all the holidays that it brings. That means eating, eating, eating, and then some more EATING!
Studies show that, on average, Americans gain 5 pounds during the holiday season. That means that some people will actually gain more weight than that. And, most concerning, they won’t ever lose those 5 pounds. That means the following year, they will be 5 pounds heavier going into another holiday season.
So give yourself an easy program to follow this year. You don’t have to skip the parties, dinners, or family events. Most celebrations are in the evening, so use the PaleoMeal Lean Body Program during the day, and eat what you want at night.
Want to know how I would use the program? Thanks for asking!
PaleoMeal Lean Shake and supplements. Remember this protein shake is scientifically formulated to help you burn fat and lose weight. The supplements packs are designed to turn up your metabolism and gently detox your liver.
Mixed nuts and raw vegetables
Salad and PaleoMeal Lean Shake
Dinner: Party foods!
Feel free to indulge knowing that you have supported your metabolism and liver throughout the day with your program.
This is a win win for you and a no-brainer for the holiday season! If this sounds good to you but you need to know more about the PaleoMeal Lean Body Program before you buy it, call us! We'd love to answer any of your questions so that the holidays don't mean an extra 5 pounds!
For additional recipes, biohacking tips and lifestyle hacks -- check out my other blog on my coaching site www.cleancoachcarly.com! I post weekly about nutrition and lifestyle topics, all backed by science. Happy Reading!
by Carly Neubert, BA, NC January 26, 2022
Vitamin D is probably one of the most essential vitamins we all need to survive. For most of us, vitamin D only crosses our mind when summer comes along and the sun is shining all day long. Like I’ve said in other articles about Seasonal Affective Disorder and Mental Health, vitamin D is essential to your emotional and psychological health as well as your physical health. Commonly referred to as the “Sunshine vitamin” - it’s no wonder that millions of Americans suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder.
by Carly Neubert, BA, NC January 12, 2022
by Carly Neubert, BA, NC January 05, 2022