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Spring into Summer Slim Down

March 21, 2017

I want to invite you to my private facebook health and wellness group. A few times a year I host a 6 week health challenge/motivation.  It has been beneficial and fun in the past for all those in the group. There is no participation required either, just lots of great info being posted in the group to help with accountability and motivation. Here is what you’ll find:

Health Tips
Snack Ideas
Meal Ideas
Workout Tips
Healthy Mind and Body Awareness
Motivation
Accountability
Giveaways
Recipes
Support

It’s free to join in on and everyone is welcome. It doesn’t matter if you’re vegan, vegetarian, keto, dairy free, gluten free, soy free etc. We are here to support you in your goals regardless! If you want me to add you to the page, leave a comment below and I’ll invite you in via email! Or find me on facebook and add me as a friend and I can add you in that way. Here is to another round of getting healthy, feeling amazing and keeping ourselves on track!

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Nutrient in the Spotlight: Niacin

March 21, 2017

Niacin, or vitamin B3, is one of the eight B-complex water-soluble vitamins. Niacin is a hard-working nutrient that supports many vital functions like metabolism and overall cardiovascular health.

Niacin is found naturally in two different forms, nicotinic acid and niacinamide, each with slightly different characteristics. Many foods such as meat, fish, milk, eggs, nuts, green vegetables, beans, enriched breads, and cereals are good sources of niacin.

Why is niacin important?

Like all B-complex vitamins, niacin works to help your body release energy from food. This is one reason why B vitamins, including niacin, are commonly used to support energy levels. Niacin is a major component of two critical coenzymes which are involved in many aspects of cellular metabolism.

Beyond its role in energy production niacin also acts as an antioxidant, plays a role in cell signaling, and is involved in the normal process of making and maintaining DNA. Without an adequate amount of niacin, you may experience symptoms such as memory loss, confusion, fatigue, headaches, and diarrhea. Outright niacin deficiency is uncommon and most people can meet their body’s basic requirement with a balanced diet.

However, consuming additional supplementation with niacin can be helpful for many people. Researchers have investigated the benefits of higher levels of niacin for supporting heart health and blood flow, among other functions.

What about flushing?

One side effect of some niacin supplements can be mild “flushing.” A niacin flush occurs as small blood vessels and capillaries relax, allowing blood to flow freely through your body. It’s often described as a feeling of warmth in combination with redness, itching or tingling of the face, neck, arms or upper chest. While this may be uncomfortable, it’s not harmful and will typically fade within a few minutes.

To help avoid this sensation, Isagenix uses niacinamide in most of its products because it’s known as the “nonflushing” form of niacin.

How much do I need?

Niacin is a water-soluble vitamin, so any amount that the body can’t use is easily excreted. This also means that you need to consume enough niacin daily since your body can’t store niacin. To maintain adequate niacin levels, the U.S. Institute of Medicine (IOM) recommends that people over the age of 14 consume 14 milligrams of niacin daily.

Adverse reactions to niacin are rare, but have been observed in doses of 3,000 milligrams in a day. As the table below illustrates, Isagenix Systems are designed to provide you with a safe and effective amount of niacin daily.

Products Used on a Shake Day Amount of Niacin Products Used on a Cleanse Day Amount of Niacin
Ionix® Supreme (1 serving) 13 mg Cleanse for Life® (4 Deep Cleanse Servings) 8 mg
Natural Accelerator™ (2 capsules) 24 mg Ionix Supreme (1 serving) 13 mg
IsaLean® Shake (2 Shakes) 8 mg Natural Accelerator (2 capsules) 24 mg
Complete Essentials™ Daily Pack 15 mg Complete Essentials Daily Pack 15 mg
Total 60 mg Total 60 mg

Source: IsagenixHealth

Organic Feminine Care Products

March 14, 2017

You know when you find a new product that is not only good for your health and well being, but its super convenient too? It’s exciting huh? I recently came across this company who ships out feminine products as a monthly subscription service. Period products without the harmful chemicals.  No pesticides, rayon, chlorine or dyes. Organic Cotton.

Organic Feminine Products

L. is dedicated to the rebellious notion that people everywhere deserve better.

L. provides unquestionably safe, natural products. You wouldn’t eat harmful chemicals, so why would you put them in your body? No ingredients you can’t pronounce. No exhausted cliches, just the quality you expect and the authenticity you deserve.

I have always used the regular store bought tampons and products because I never thought twice about it. After doing some research and reading that feminine products are filled with unsafe and potentially harmful chemicals, I thought it was time to find something on the safe and healthy side. You can read more here about what is really in your feminine products.

Organic Feminine Care Products

Since I just got them in the mail today, I haven’t used them. Once I do I’ll update here with my thoughts. Obviously usability and ease are also an important factor. As far as cute packing goes, they nailed that!

If you’re wanting to give it a try, you can use my referral link to get 15% off your first order. I actually pay the same amount for these as I did my previous not so healthy products. These have free shipping too! Let me know what you think!

Transformation Tuesday

March 8, 2017

My favorite day of the week! Transformation Tuesday. In our private nutrition page (almost 100k people) I come across daily many amazing stories and transformations from those who have incorporated this nutrition into their lifestyle. I love watching lives change because of this. I’ve been using these products and working with others for two years now and its just as exciting now as it was when I first started. I’ve learned that some people lose really slowly but consistently, others lose faster and get right to their goal in no time. They all do experience a lot more energy, better sleep, mental clarity and so many more things. My favorite change I’ve experienced is the energy…I feel like I could power a few ipads with all the energy I have all day long. And I absolutely notice when I miss my vitamins or shakes. So much amazing fuel for the body. Here are some examples of fat loss transformations from our group that show how amazing this lifestyle is. Some took 4 months, some 6 months some a year. Everyone’s body is different. However, not matter how long it took, their health on the inside changed for the better!

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Avoid Weight Regain With 5 Metabolism Boosters

March 5, 2017

After you lose weight, your metabolism slows down, making it easier to regain weight. Once you gain the weight back, the harder it is to lose again.

Your experience with weight loss and weight maintenance doesn’t have to be this way. If you know how to employ a few nutritional and lifestyle strategies, you may be able to optimize your metabolism.

But first, let’s briefly discuss the facts regarding metabolism: metabolism is the sum of all the chemical reactions occurring in your body. You can only do so much to drive it toward being more efficient. Changing your metabolism is no small task.

Optimizing your metabolism can help keep your weight off for good once you’ve lost it. Based on the science of food metabolism and energy balance, here are five ways to provide boosts to your metabolism and stop weight regain:

1. Pace Your Protein Intake

Because of its own inherent thermogenic effects, protein can increase your metabolism with every meal. Consider raising your protein intake and distributing it across meals throughout the day—breakfast, lunch, and dinner. By distributing protein over the course of the day, instead of getting most of your protein intake at dinner time, you’ll support greater muscle retention and growth to power your metabolism.

2. Work Out Daily

Combine resistance, aerobic, and flexibility training over several workouts per week. Try working your way up to five workouts per week with two to three aerobic workouts like running or biking and two to three resistance training sessions. Also, make sure to keep some form of stretching in your routine. Your objective is not solely calories burned, but to also boost your body’s metabolism and response to exercise through recovery and rebuilding.

3. Perform Routine Cleanse Days

A routine Cleanse Day isn’t just about limiting calories. Nutritional cleansing provides your body with a “reset” for your appetite, metabolism, and insulin sensitivity. Cleanse Days could also initiate a type of decluttering and recycling process called “autophagy” in your liver and in your body’s cells. Cleanse Days enable your body and metabolic processes to operate more efficiently.

4. Manage Daily Stress

Your level of stress, both emotional and psychological, can have just as much as an effect on your body and metabolism as sleep deprivation. With hormonal systems out of whack, your metabolism and insulin sensitivity is also affected for the worse. You’re also less likely to exercise, and more likely to eat more, which can throw you off your goals.

5. Sleep Well   

Sleep is critical. Even a single interruption in your normal sleep pattern can have a detrimental effect on both fat metabolism and tissue recovery. It’s why a cup of coffee may be a great way to wake up in the morning, but stay away from it after a certain hour. Plan out your sleep and relaxation periods just as you would your workouts. By sleeping on a consistent schedule, you’ll support the release of important hormones like melatonin and growth hormone that help govern your metabolic rate on a daily basis.

Your energy levels, ability to work out, and weight loss or weight gain all depend on your body’s many metabolic processes. It’s really quite difficult to pin down what an optimal metabolism is, but using the strategies above, science suggests that your body will run more efficiently and you’ll more easily be able to avoid weight regain.

Source: IsagenixHealth

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What Your Scale Is Really Telling You

February 21, 2017

If your goal is weight loss, it can be easy to celebrate when you see the number on the scale fall by a few pounds one day, then worry when the scale jumps by a pound or two the next day. But what do these short-term fluctuations in weight really tell you?

What causes weight to fluctuate?

Short-term fluctuations in weight are normal and generally reflect changes in your body’s level of water. It’s not possible under typical circumstances for your body to gain or lose several pounds of fat over the course of just a few days. Diet, exercise, weather, and your bathroom habits are all factors that can change the level of water in your body and cause the number on the scale to change, too.

For example, eating salty food causes your body to hold on to extra water. Until your body clears out the excess salt and the water that comes with it, your weight will increase by a few pounds. An intense, sweaty workout can cause your weight to decrease by several pounds from the fluids you lose as sweat. Once you are fully rehydrated and your level of body water is restored, your weight will increase again.

Metabolism and Your Scale

Aside from salty foods and sweaty workouts, your metabolism can also influence your body’s water balance and cause day-to-day fluctuations in weight.

Your body’s process of carbohydrate metabolism is one example. As part of normal metabolism, your body stores a small amount of carbohydrate that is used to maintain steady blood sugar levels between meals and to power muscles during exercise. This reserve of stored carbohydrate, called glycogen, attracts and holds extra water. When your body’s glycogen reserves are full, your level of body water will be much higher than when your reserves are depleted.

Both your diet and your exercise habits can lead to changes in the body’s level of stored glycogen. Because normal variations in your body’s glycogen stores affect your level of body water, weight fluctuations are part of normal metabolism.

Weigh the Right Way

While it’s normal for body weight to fluctuate by several pounds over the course of a week or even during a single day, weighing yourself is still a useful method to track your progress. However, stepping on the scale too frequently can make it hard to see long-term changes because of temporary fluctuations in body weight.

Checking your weight less often, once a week or once a month for example, will give you a good idea of your progress while limiting the distracting influence of short-term fluctuations in weight. Also, weighing yourself on the same scale, on same day of the week, and at the same time of day will help you get the most consistent measurement.

Watching the scale drop by a few pounds only to see it rise again by the end of the week can feel discouraging. But when you know what your scale is really telling you, it’s easy to avoid being distracted by short-term weight fluctuations and stay focused on your long-term goals.

Source: IsagenixHealth

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Diet vs Exercise: 6 Reasons Why Diet Is More Important

February 14, 2017

While many tout exercise and physical exertion as the secret for lasting weight loss, it is actually what you eat and the quality of what you eat – your diet – that is the main driver of permanent weight loss.

I’m not saying don’t exercise, I’m saying that it will not necessarily help you achieve your weight loss goals.

Below are the reasons why diet drives weight loss more than exercise does, and some ways you can benefit from this.

Exercise Alone Is Not the Main Factor in Significant or Quick Weight Loss

Numerous studies have shown that exercise without paying attention to your diet does not result in significant weight loss. This is mainly because most of us consume more calories than we burn when we increase our physical activity – without even realizing it. Whether we consume more snacks or just grab fast, convenient, but not necessarily healthy meals on the go, our subconscious eating habits can easily erase the benefits of even a daily exercise program.

To counteract this, try keeping a food log that details each and every calorie you consume as well as your saturated fat and sugar intake. You will see exactly what you eat and areas where you can improve your diet will be obvious.

Your Appetite Increases When You Exercise

We’ve discussed how regular exercise may cause a subconscious consumption of calories. Research suggests that intense physical exertion actually increases your metabolism and appetite. These studies have verified that those who participate in rigid exercise programs also generally tend to increase their calorie consumption at the same time. Over time, this increased calorie consumption will negate the impact of the results of their physical exercise.

In order to keep this from happening, restrict your calories at the beginning of your weight loss plan so that you can optimize the effects of your workouts. You shouldn’t feel excessively hungry on the 30 Day Program, but feeling some hunger is an inevitable side effect of shedding weight, so a little hunger is to be expected.

Increased Physical Activity Effected Rising Obesity Levels

The percentage of people who exercise increased noticeably in the US between 2001 and 2009. However, a corresponding reduction in obesity did not occur. In fact, obesity rose among adults during this same time period. This demonstrates that exercise alone is not enough to keep you from gaining weight or protect you from the onset of chronic conditions caused by diet.

It may be difficult to overcome this challenge, but it can be done by being mindful of the nutritional values of every snack and meal you consume. Just like logging your calorie consumption, when you are aware of the nutritional value of your meals, you can better regulate the amounts of sugar and saturated fat you consume on a regular basis. This will improve your overall health as well as optimize any workout effects.

Food Is the Fuel for Exercise

The relationship between exercise and food is misunderstood by many. Simply put, food is the fuel source that powers exercise. Without the right amount of calories, nutrients, and energy, your body cannot exercise effectively, and in consequence, you cannot achieve your weight loss goals.

You can benefit from this by making sure that you give your body the right fuel or foods to optimize your energy levels. Lean meats, fruits, and vegetables are all excellent sources of energy and by consuming them you will be better able to lose weight consistently and have enough energy for exercise. It is also important to supplement your diet regimen with high quality protein and super foods. The truth is, we will never get enough nutrients that we need just from the foods we eat. That is where super foods and nutritional balancing comes into play.

Diet and Short-Term Weight Loss

While we have focused initially on the role diet plays in long-term weight loss, it is important to know that diet is also the most important factor in driving quick, short-term weight loss. It is estimated that weight loss consists of 25% exercise and 75% diet. The analysis of over 700 weight loss studies underscores this.

This analysis revealed that the majority of participants achieved short-term results by eating smart and dieting. This is important to keep in mind as you focus initially on reducing excess calories before you begin a cardiovascular exercise program and toning regime.

Weight Loss and the Effectiveness of Exercise

Similarly, it is important to note that the mechanics of weight loss limit the effectiveness of exercising without also changing your diet. The American Dietetic Association verifies this, emphasizing that it is nearly impossible for people who are overweight to create the energy deficit of 500 to 100 calories a day required to lose weight without also reducing their caloric intake and managing their nutrition.

Knowing this fundamental rule will save you time and help you achieve your goals faster. You should also consider this fundamental rule when setting your weight loss goals in the first place. This way, you can reduce your caloric intake responsibly but in such a way that you can not only reduce your weight quickly and also keep it off over time.

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7 Ways to Boost Your Energy

February 6, 2017

Everyone would like to feel more energetic during the day.  You naturally go through periods of higher activity which contrasts with times of relaxation.  The problem occurs when more energy and concentration is required than we can give. Follow these great tips to experience more energy in your life.

1) Stay on a regular sleep schedule.  You can’t stay up late during the week-end and suddenly on Monday morning wake up refreshed.  If you do enjoy later nights on Friday and Saturday vow to get to bed early on Sunday to wake up rested.  Stop using all technology 30 min before bed- no cell phone- no lap top- no kindle.

2) In addition to increasing your early morning calorie intake and decreasing your evening calorie intake, you need to incorporate protein. Nearly all cases of mid-morning blahs, afternoon space-outs, and general exhaustion at work—ruling out that you stayed up all night with friends, or a sick child—can be attributed to low blood sugar. If you grab a cup of coffee and a bagel at 7:30AM on your way to work, caffeine and carbohydrates offer a powerful but short-lived energy boost. It’s almost a guarantee that by 10:30AM you’ll either be spacing out at your desk or heading down the hall to raid the vending machine for a quick and equally carbohydrate-laden pick-me-up. This isn’t to say that carbohydrates are bad; you need them to live and for basic brain functioning. A diet comprised mainly of carbohydrates, however, is a recipe for a constant cycle of blood sugar highs, lows, and the accompanying feelings of exhaustion that go with them. If carbohydrates are the kindling of your metabolism, protein is the slow burning old-growth wood that keeps you going. This is the protein I choose to fuel my body in the morning!

3) Take a 15-20 minute power nap.  Power naps can boost your energy, mood, productivity and creativity significantly better than the typical pick-me-up, caffeine. One of the most amazing things about taking a nap is that it doesn’t just make you more productive for a short time, it actually makes you more productive for the rest of the day.

4) Drink more water and liquids.  I know, everyone says to drink more fluids.  But most Americans are in a constant state of dehydration from filling up on coffee, tea, and sodas with caffeine.  This is very stressful to the kidneys and can cause irritation to the bladder.  Keep a sports bottle filled with your favorite flavored water or just plain and keep it with you at all times.  Set a goal- empty by lunch, refill, empty again by the time work is over. Carry plenty of water in the car too for you and your family.

5) Exercise regularly. Although it may seem contradictory, many leading researchers state that by utilizing stored up energy, you are actually making more of it. One leading researcher from the University of Georgia acknowledges that the last thing tired people want to do is workout.  However, remaining sedentary will also make you remain tired. The best thing to do, he says, is to get up and partake in some sort of physical activity.

6) Stand Up! Spend a few more minutes on your feet every hour and your energy levels will start to soar. A recent University of Sydney study found that the more people swapped sitting for standing during the day, the more their energy levels improved. How to do it? Start thinking about things you usually do sitting that you could do on your feet – like talking on the phone, folding the washing or watching TV.

7) Take regular, daily supplements of the highest quality.  Our food and diets simply do not meet the amounts needed for maximum health.  There is a difference between avoiding nutritional deficiencies and optimum performance. It’s important to fill in the gaps with more nutrient dense nutrition. Besides my protein shake chalk full of vitamins, these are my other go to things that give me high quality nutrition! (Adaptogenic Herbs, Vitamins)

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Low Carb Cottage Cheese Egg Muffins

January 24, 2017

When it comes to a quick snack, or meal I’m game! Obviously I love my protein shakes and I’ll always have those, but these are fantastic to meal prep with and make ahead of time to grab and go.  I posted a similar recipe on my gluten free blog, and like those as well but I wanted to try something different this time. I read a lot about adding cottage cheese into egg muffins for an extra boost in protein and flavor. In fact this idea all started from when I was at the Starbucks Drive Thru and I needed something high in protein and satisfying. They have these new egg bites called “Sous Vide Egg Bites”. They were seriously to die for! Very creamy, velvety and rich in flavor. But almost $5 for two little ones. I knew I could probably experiment and come up with something similar. I checked out the ingredients and it turns out there is a lot of cottage cheese in it! They have cottage cheese, eggs, cheese, gourmet bacon and some seasonings. Anyway, that is what sparked this whole thing.

This time around I just experimented and put things together I thought would work. I didn’t follow any certain recipe.  I mean, you really can’t go wrong with eggs, cheese and veggies right? The end result wasn’t what I was hoping for. While they tasted delicious, I was wanting a more velvety texture like Starbucks’ egg bites. Next time I think I will puree the cottage cheese and add a few less eggs and minimize the meat and veggies. I’ll update this post if I figure out a better ratio with cottage cheese to eggs.

Hope you enjoy!! PS- They are about 80 calories per egg muffin and almost 10 grams of protein. They freeze really well, just remember to peel off the foil wrapper if you’re going to freeze them.

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Low Carb Cottage Cheese Egg Muffins

A delicious high protein, low carb savory breakfast, snack or meal on the go.

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes
Servings 24
Calories 80 kcal

Ingredients

  • 10 Eggs Organic Preferred
  • 2 Cups 4% Cottage Cheese
  • 3/4 Cup Colby Jack Cheese
  • 2 Cups Fresh Spinach
  • 1 Cup Diced Canadian Bacon or Ham
  • 2 Jalapeno Peppers
  • 1 pinch salt
  • 1 pinch pepper
  • 1 pinch garlic powder
  • 1 dash hot sauce

Instructions

  1. Dice up ham and jalapeno peppers. Chop Spinach. Set aside.

  2. In large mixing bowl crack your eggs.

  3. Season with a pinch of salt, pepper, garlic powder and a dash of hot sauce of choice. Whisk together.

  4. Add in spinach, jalapeno peppers, ham, cheese and cottage cheese. Stir together.

  5. Preheat Oven to 300 Degrees F, and line two muffin pans with foil cups. Spray cups with oil.

  6. Use a 1/4 measuring cup to scoop out mixture and put in each muffin tin.

  7. Bake on 300 Degrees for roughly 30 minutes. Let cool for 5 minutes.

 

Isagenix Difference Between 9 Day 30 Day

Isagenix Cleanse : 9 Day vs 30 Day System

January 19, 2017

Isagenix offers several getting started packs in their weight loss area. Usually these weight loss packs contain nutritional cleansing supplements, protein shakes and an adaptogenic vitamin juice. First of all, if you don’t know the science behind these cleansing days (or as I like to call them nutritional balancing days) then have a read here.  I highly recommend one of the packs because when you use the products all together (as they were designed) your success rate for fat loss and lean muscle mass has the highest success rate. If you decide to just use the shakes, you’ll definitely see and feel some results, but not nearly as much as using everything in a pack. I started on the 30 Day Pack and in the first six weeks without exercise had lost 2olbs and some good inches.  Because my protein intake was higher (where I should be) I didn’t lose any muscle mass. That is a good thing! You want to avoid losing muscle mass when you’re trying to lose weight. In simple terms, the more muscle we have the faster our metabolism works. When cut the amount of calories we need our metabolism can slow down and even be in pretty bad shape. People who diet or try to lose weight don’t get enough calories or protein which then causes them to lose muscle mass and in turn slows down their metabolism.

The second part of the puzzle is cleanse days. On cleanse days we put our body in a short period of fasting. This allows our body to increase the fat burning hormone and decrease the stress or fat storing hormone (cortisol). We also drink our Cleanse for Life Juice during this time so that we can get rid of the toxins stored in our fat cells. The CFL helps them turn from fat soluble to water soluble so we can excrete them.  We don’t do this nutritional cleansing longer than 48 hours because after that time you can start to lose muscle mass, and that is not what we want here!

Now that you have a little bit of an idea of what cleansing is, let me explain what a shake day is. Shake days is what we call them, but they are really just healthy eating days! For those who are wanting to lose weight, they will incorporate two shakes into their day. The most common way people do it is:

Breakfast: Shake
Mid Morning Snack
Lunch: Shake
Mid Afternoon Snack
Dinner: 500-600 calories of a Healthy Meal

*If you want you can swap so that you’re your Meal is at Lunch and your Shake is at Dinner.

I personally try to time it so that after my workout I can drink my shake as my post workout shake. Some days I’ll add an extra shake in. A lot of it depends on your goals. Athletes will do more meals and possibly more protein. We offer a higher protein shake that has 36 grams of protein and makes an incredible post work out shake! For those who are in maintenance, they will do one shake a day and maybe one cleanse day a month. Just because you got rid of toxins a few times doesn’t mean they are gone forever. They come back in our food, water, air, clothing and more. So its always good to do a cellular (nutritional) cleanse every now and again.

Now to compare the two systems. They are actually very similar!

Isagenix 9 Day Cleansing & Fat Burning System Isagenix 30 Day Cleansing & Fat Burning System
$148 $270
Includes Shakes For 1 Week (14 meals) Includes Shakes For 4 Weeks (56 Meals)
Includes Cleansing Products for 4 Days Includes Cleansing Products for 4 Days
Includes an Energy Drink Includes A Shaker Cup Filled With Samples
Annual Membership Fee $29 Annual Membership Fee $29
Breaks down to $19/Day Breaks down to $10/Day

9 Day vs 30 Day Cleanse System Isagenix

*We have a couple larger packs that include free membership and more bells and whistles here and here.
When you join with me, you get access to our support pages and have 24/7 support with our team. I can guide you through your shake days and cleanse days and help you adjust anything needed based on your custom needs and goals. I will also share with you our cash back option. To order, use the links above, or contact me and I’ll get you set up.

As for the cleansing schedule, the 9 day cleanse will have you start with 2 cleanse days, do five shake days and then finish with two cleanse days. It’s a little more aggressive right off the bat. I personally don’t like that because I think its best if your body adjust and prepares by doing a couple (4-5 shake days first).
That is why I always recommend the 30 Day Cleanse Because you have enough shakes to start slow, then go in for the cleanses. There is a lot of flexibility with this. You can do one cleanse day per week, or you can do two cleanse days (48 hours) twice in the month. Here is the example of a schedule a newbie would follow:

Isagenix Cleanse Schedule Chart Options

So in the end, there isn’t one right answer for everyone. That is why there are several pack options for people to start on.  I can’t possibly tell you that one is right over the other since your budget and goals are different from the next person. I am however great at guiding you to what will help you based on your goals and needs. One more thing that people frequently ask is, do they have to do a pack every month? The short answer is no, but it depends on your goals. You’re free to do whatever you want, however if you want to reach your goals faster then yes, I would be doing everything in the 30 Day Pack until I’ve reached my goal. I ordered it for my first three months. Then I decided to only order enough for two shakes a day plus a few other items here and there. It’s totally up to you! But I highly recommend ordering a pack your first month so that you can experience all the benefits, energy, better sleep, fat loss etc. If you’re open to taking a deeper look and would like to be added to my private nutritional page on facebook, or you simply just have a question about getting started, shoot me a message! With their 30 Day Money Back Guarantee there’s nothing to lose!

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