Thursday, July 31, 2014

P90InsaniT25 Challenge Group Video update

Week 8 Day 4 
Summer ChallengeVideo Update

This group has been so great!!  We have so many challengers that are committed and posting on a daily basis!!  It has been soooo much fun!!  This video has me on the floor after my INSANITY workout.  Sweating like a sinner in usual (sweating...not the sinner part..he he)

For my buddy Jeremy Daugherty...
He is killing his new challenge group (FlyerThanYou) well as really inspiring our P90InsaniT25 group!!
Love these pushups...

Here is a little taste of my Ab Ripper X routine...
No judgement...Abs are not my specialty or my strength...
but we keep on pushing and grunting and crying (well...i do of course!)

Each Ab Ripper X routine finishes up with my favoritie ab exercise of the program...

Get off the couch...
Get in the garage...
Get in the gym...
I don't care what you do....just

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

9 Healthy Snack Ideas for Kids

              9 Healthy Snack Ideas for Kids

    “No snacking between meals or you’ll spoil your dinner!” 

Today, nutritionists are saying just the opposite is true. For kids and adults, it’s recommended that we all eat five or six smaller meals spaced out over the day instead of the three traditional pig-outs. This is especially true for children, who, if they haven’t already succumbed to obesity, have much smaller stomachs than adults. What this means is that kids don’t— and shouldn’t—eat as much as grown-ups at breakfast, lunch, and dinner. And their fast-burning little metabolisms will make quick use of what does fit in their stomachs at lunch, which means they’re going to have to refuel before supper time rolls around. So snacking is a good thing, but, of course, not all snacks are good.
The two most important things to consider regarding snacks for kids (and for us adults, for that matter) are variety and portion size. A good rule of thumb is to try incorporating two different food groups into any snack and to keep the portion size between 100 and 200 calories. The required amount of calories will vary depending on your child’s age and activity level, but a snack should ideally be a small energy booster to help him or her make it until the next meal—a snack should not be a meal in itself. Hopefully, it’ll be a quick bite on the way outside to play and/or exercise, and not a side dish for a TV or video-game marathon. Other things that make good snacks are foods high in nutrients, fiber, and protein and foods low in sugar, sodium, and saturated and trans fats. And bad news for the culinarily impaired: If it’s prepackaged, processed food, it’s unlikely that it will be a healthy choice for your “young ‘un.” But the good news is that children have simple tastes, which usually translates into food that’s simple to prepare. Here are some ideas for when your munchkins get the munchies, plus, for the first time ever, my mom’s nutritious pancake recipe!

1. Vegetables
I know what you’re thinking – “Great! I get to force-feed my kids two more times a day!” It’s true. Vegetables are usually the diciest component of kid cuisine. But it’s worth the effort, because veggies give you more nutritional bang for your buck than any other food group. And if you get creative, you can usually find a way to get your kids to eat them without too much emotional scarring. Many dinner table disputes are about kids trying to assert their independence. You can get around this by letting your kids assist in the selection and preparation of the vegetables. If you take them to the farmers’ market and let them pick out the vegetables, learn about how they’re grown, etc., you’re more likely to get more buy-in back home when it’s time to eat the vegetables. You can also give them choices, like celery sticks or baby carrots. But don’t use dessert as a negotiating tool, as in the old standby, “No dessert until you eat all your vegetables.” You just end up vilifying the vegetables and glamorizing empty calories—and those are values they’ll take into adulthood. Talk up the veggies, and let kids know about all the health benefits they’ll get from eating them. If you have a little extra time, try carving or arranging the vegetables on a plate to make faces or something more decorative and fun. You can also try serving veggies with a low-fat yogurt or cottage-cheese dip.

2. Fruits
Fruits are a marginally easier sell than vegetables. They’re sweeter and appeal more to kids’ palates. Although, one thing to watch out for is fruit juice. A lot of people make the mistake of thinking a serving of fruit and a serving of juice are interchangeable. In fact, the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends limiting juice for kids to a couple of drinks a day, as juice is a contributing factor to dental cavities and gastrointestinal problems. Whole fruit, on the other hand, provides tons of fiber and other nutrients, and kids can partake of it quite freely, without any adverse effects. As with vegetables, if you have the patience and the knife skills, fruit can be carved into fun shapes or you can make fruit kabobs. You can also come up with low-fat healthy dips like yogurt that kids can dunk their fruit into. Try freezing some grapes or bananas as an alternative to a mid-afternoon Fudgesicle. With both fruits and vegetables, you might consider setting up a big “snack bowl” in the kitchen. Let the kids help choose which fruits and veggies go in the snack bowl, and then give them permission to grab what they want from the bowl whenever they’re hungry. This will help them feel like they’re in control of what they’re eating, but without giving them carte blanche to hit the sugar or the chips.

3. Cereals
Kids love cereal, and the good news is that a lot of popular commercial cereals have made the switch to whole-grain flour. However, as nutritionist Marion Nestle said in a recent interview, whole wheat Cocoa Puffs are still Cocoa Puffs. If the whole grains are largely serving as a matrix to deliver a ton of sugar to your child, they’re not worth eating. On the other hand, there are a lot of cereals, like Cheerios and the Kashi line, that have a lot of whole grains and not so much sugar. So check the label and try to choose cereals that have a high-fiber, low-sugar content. Cereals create another opportunity to reinforce good lifelong eating habits. Try to discourage your kids from eating directly from the box. In fact, here’s a way you can replicate the convenience of prepackaged foods right in your own home! Just get some resealable sandwich bags or a bunch of small sealable containers. When you buy a big box of cereal, pour snack-sized portions into the bags or containers. You can even stuff the bags back in the box for storage. This is great for last-minute lunch packing, or your kids can grab a cereal snack for themselves. This will help fight against the temptation for unlimited munching from the open cereal box. Plus, who knows where those little hands have been? When they’re elbow-deep in the communal cereal, it’s pretty gross when you think about it.

4. Peanut butter
One of the best protein sources is a kid favorite—peanut butter. With 8 grams of protein in a 2-tablespoon serving, peanut butter’s a winner. Again, portion size is key since peanut butter is fairly high in calories (188 per 2 tablespoons) and fat (16 grams per 2 tablespoons)—2 tablespoons will usually suffice for a snack. Try making that old party favorite—ants on a log. Fill a stick of celery (the log) with peanut butter; then embed raisins (the ants) in the peanut butter. When choosing your peanut butter, try to find brands that only contain one ingredient—peanuts. Some stores even let you grind your own peanuts. Many brands contain so much sugar, you might as well be giving your kid frosting.

5. Protein
Sliced turkey and chicken are great lunch meats to have on hand. Stay away from processed meats, like bologna and salami, though. You never know what you’re getting, and often you’re getting a lot of fat and sodium. If you can’t sell a sandwich on whole-grain bread, try making a turkey roll-up—stack a slice or two of turkey, cheese, lettuce, tomato, and a low-cal condiment like mustard and roll everything in a whole-grain lavash, stuff it into a pita, or skip the bread and roll it up on its own. Tuna and salmon are also really healthy and can be doctored in a salad with some yogurt instead of mayo. Check with your doctor about how much tuna and other types of seafood your child should consume. There is a greater risk of mercury poisoning for younger children, so some limits may need to be observed.

6. Trail mix
This is another great way to involve your children in their own diets. Gather a selection of healthy snacks, like unsalted peanuts, walnuts, almonds, pecans, sunflower seeds, unsalted popcorn, raisins, dried berries, dried apricots, oats, healthy cereal, and anything else crunchy or chewy and healthy that you can think of that your kids will like. Despite their availability in commercial trail mixes, chocolate chips and marshmallows should probably be kept off the list. Put out the ingredients and let your kids choose which of their favorites they’re mixing up. For younger kids, you can even present it as if they’re making a magic potion or something. By letting them be involved in the creative stage, you’ll hopefully get better results in the eating stage. After all, they made it—who are they going to complain to? Some store-bought trail mixes and granola bars are also pretty decent. Just check the labels carefully. Some less-scrupulous companies pack their “health” foods with sugar and saturated fats, like coconut and palm oils.

7. Pizza
While most delivery and frozen pizza is packed with fat and calories, pizza can actually be pretty healthy. It’s basically a bit of bread, some tomato sauce, some cheese, and healthy toppings. And yet again, it can be a meal and an activity for your child. If you don’t have the time to make the full-on dough from scratch, you can make pizza with a lavash or a low-fat tortilla, or you can make mini pizzas with whole wheat English muffins. Add a dollop of sauce, and let your child choose toppings from a variety of healthy ingredients: mushrooms, peppers, onions, eggplant, and veggie or turkey pepperoni—the sky or the structural integrity of your crust’s the limit. Sprinkle some low-fat mozzarella on top, and stick it in the oven or toaster oven until melted.

8. Smoothies
A lot of kids will refuse to eat any fruits or vegetables unless a massive amount of processing has been undertaken. Here’s where the blender or food processor can be your best friend. By keeping a few bags of frozen fruit on hand, you and your little kitchen helper can make your own smoothies. Just pick a combination of your favorite fruits. Add a little plain, nonfat yogurt, some ice, some banana slices, or some peanut butter, and blend until smooth. It’s a sweet, cool treat that gives your kids all the fiber and nutrients from fruit that a lot of fruit juices miss.

9. Healthily-packed cooler
The holidays are approaching, which means it could be time for a road trip to spend the holidays with family. Hopefully, and especially for those of you with longer road trips, you’ll have room in the car for a cooler packed with healthy snacks like the ones mentioned above, but occasionally, the siren song of the roadside mini-mart or vending machine is too much to resist. Also, the Center for Science in the Public Interest recently released a list of commercially available snack foods that are relatively decent. The list includes applesauce cups; Chex mix, traditional flavor; fruit cups; low-fat/low-sugar granola bars; and raisins. But save some money and save some calories. Pack a cooler

Sunday, July 27, 2014

How to cook QUINOA | Autumn Fitness

Have you ever tried Quinoa?
I always recommend adding Quinoa to your Clean Eating foods list. This Superfood is packed with protein and is quick and easy to cook.  Give it a try, you will be hooked! The kids love it too!

7 Benefits of Quinoa: The Supergrain of the Future

Quinoa dates back three to four thousand years ago when the Incas first realized that the quinoa seed was fit for human consumption. According to WHFfoods quinoa “was the gold of the Incas” because the Incas believed it increased the stamina of their warriors. The Quinioa Corporation calls quinoa the “Supergrain of the Future. ”

Who would not want to reap the benefits of this amazing superfood?

Here are seven health benefits of quinoa:

1. Quinoa is one of the most protein-rich foods we can eat. It is a complete protein containing all nine essential amino acids.

2. Quinoa contains almost twice as much fiber as most other grains. Fiber is most widely known to relieve constipation. It also helps to prevent heart disease by reducing high blood pressure and diabetes. Fiber lowers cholesterol and glucose levels, may lower your risk of developing hemorrhoids and may help you to lose weight as it takes a longer time to chew than does other foods because it makes you feel fuller for longer and is less “energy dense” which means it has fewer calories for the same volume of food.

3. Quinoa contains Iron. Iron helps keep our red blood cells healthy and is the basis of hemoglobin formation. Iron carries oxygen from one cell to another and supplies oxygen to our muscles to aid in their contraction. Iron also increases brain function because the brain takes in about 20% of our blood oxygen. There are many benefits of iron some more of which include neurotransmitter synthesis, regulation of body temperature, aids enzyme activity and energy metabolism.

4. Quinoa contains lysine. Lysine is mainly essential for tissue growth and repair.

5. Quinoa is rich in magnesium. Magnesium helps to relax blood vessels and thereby to alleviate migraines. Magnesium also may reduce Type 2 diabetes by promoting healthy blood sugar control. Other health benefits of magnesium include transmission of nerve impulses, body temperature regulation, detoxification, energy production, and the formation of healthy bones and teeth.

6. Quinoa is high in Riboflavin (B2). B2 improves energy metabolism within brain and muscle cells and is known to help create proper energy production in cells.

7. Quinoa has a high content of manganese. Manganese is an antioxidant, which helps to prevent damage of mitochondria during energy production as well as to protect red blood cells and other cells from injury by free radicals.

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Why Do You Gain Weight When You Start Working Out?

Why Do You Gain Weight When You Start Working Out?


Right off the bat, it’s important to note that this doesn’t happen to everyone, so this isn’t a preemptive excuse not to exercise! However, if you do happen to gain a few pounds when starting a new program, odds are that it’s not fat, but rather temporary water weight due to inflammation. Give it some time and it will pass.

That said, it might be a few other things, all of them fixable, so let’s run through the list and see if we can find a match.

The Long Answer

The most likely reason your scale crept up is inflammation. When you work out, it causes little tears in your muscle fibers. This is called microtrauma and it’s why you feel sore after a workout. On the upside, your body heals these little tears, making the fibers tougher than they originally were. That’s how you become stronger and fitter. It’s part of a process called adaptation.

To make these repairs, your body uses its standard healing process, including the inflammation phase—something that’s become a dirty word in our modern world. When you incur injury, including microtrauma, your body releases various substances generally known as inflammatory mediators that swarm the area and perform triage, bringing in healing white blood cells and opening up blood vessels to flush out debris and toxins. There’s so much going on that the area swells up, or inflames.

The fluid required for inflammatory response obviously weighs something—and that might show up on the scale. When inflammation is allowed to occur in a healthy way, it’s temporary.

Of course, keeping your diet healthy and allowing for adequate rest and recovery will help speed the body to less inflammatory phases of healing, but the main key is to keep calm and carry on. If you’re new to fitness—or perhaps just new to a particular kind of fitness—there’s going to be a lot of adaptation going on and therefore a noticeable level of inflammation. It should subside in a couple weeks.

Another less-likely reason you’re gaining weight is that you’re building muscle faster than you’re shedding fat. The general consensus in the fitness community is that the most weight someone new to fitness will gain in muscle is about 2 pounds a month, but that’s not a hard-and-fast number.

On more than one occasion, I’ve assisted women who are frustrated because they felt their new exercise regime was making their thighs fat. Indeed, their legs were getting bigger, but only because increased muscle under adipose tissue was pushing out the fat and making it appear to increase. Again, the trick here is patience. Once that fat burns off—which it does if you keep at it—thick legs will give way to a toned, sexy pair of gams.

But what if something actually is going wrong?

There are a couple situations in which you might actually be putting on fat. The first one would be that you’re not following a proper diet. Yes, exercise burns calories, but it also increases release of ghrelin, a hormone that promotes hunger. So if you’re not paying attention, you’ll probably eat more.

Even if you are eating at a deficit, poor food choices can cause all kinds of issues, usually centered on hormonal imbalances that cause your body to hold onto fat. Every one of Beachbody’s programs comes with some sort of nutrition guide that should alleviate this issue. Don’t be afraid to read the white book that came with your DVDs.

Finally, there’s the issue of excess stress. Exercise is a good thing, but it also puts your body under stress. By itself, that’s great. It’s part of that adaptation I mentioned earlier. If done right with the proper nutritional support, rest, and recovery, it toughens you up, fortifying your body against further stress.

However, when you just pile exercise on top of a bunch of other stress—or if you work out beyond your limits—balance will be lost. Exercise will contribute to your total stress load, becoming part of the problem as opposed to part of the solution.

So if you work twelve hours a day, drink more than two standard alcoholic drinks a night on a regular basis, smoke, sleep less than 7–8 hours a night, eat a junk-filled Standard American Diet or an overly restricted low-calorie diet, and attempt one of our graduate programs when you’re 100 pounds overweight with a history of knee issues, exercise will tax your body just like all the bad habits on that list. In terms of weight gain, this can manifest in a few ways. First, that inflammation we discussed earlier won’t have the chance to give way to later phases of healing. When this happens, it can become chronic and systemic. Second, you’ll promote the release of the stress hormone cortisol that, in turn, can promote fat accumulation—particularly around the abdomen.

I’m not telling you not to exercise. Just the opposite, in fact. However, fitness is a holistic issue. If your goal is to lose weight, build muscle, or get healthier, you might want to take a closer look at your sleep, dietary, and other lifestyle habits. Sparta wasn’t built in a day. If you’re looking for 300-esque abs, it’s going to take a little time (or some expensive CGI), so start with a program you can do and that will keep you motivated instead of burning you out.

Don’t give up. Give your unexpected added pounds a couple of weeks to work themselves out. If they don’t, step back and see if there’s any other aspect of your life that needs fine-tuning.

Message us and We’ll have a look under the hood, and have you back in action in no time.

Saturday, July 19, 2014


Ever thought about working from home, taking vacations whenever you want, and not having to worry about clearing things with your boss, but not sure how to go about it?

Tired of getting paid "per hour" or "salary" per year with a 2%-3% increase? Would retiring in two to three years seem like something you might want to do, but think is impossible?

Tired of dropping your children off at day care and barely making enough to cover the cost, let alone miss out on all there precious moments?

Did you know 82% of women in the United States who make 100,000+ a year did it through a home based business?

Beachbody coaches own their own companies, and help others get healthy while working from home. In 1 year I have blown this business out of the water. Everyone keeps asking me how I did it, so I will be running a free 5 DAY SNEAK PEEK into Beachbody Coaching. I will show you EXACTLY what I do. It will open August 18.

I'll be going over:

- What a coach ACTUALLY does!
- Compensation Plan - How you earn!
- How you run your business on a daily basis!
- What is required of YOU!
- and answering ALL of your questions!

This group is ONLY for those who are *NOT* yet coaches and interested in exploring the opportunity before deciding if this would be right for them & their goals!

If you are interested in joining this PRIVATE group, please send me a message, or leave a comment below.

Friday, July 18, 2014

15 Tips That Will Earn You the Title of MRS. GRILLMASTER

I am so excited summer is here!!!
 That means its GRILLING TIME!!!!

Ladies, just because your husband  looks sexy and manly next to the grill does not mean you can't earn the title as MRS. GRILLMASTER.  TRUST ME, YOU LOOK HOTTER NEXT TO THE GRILL!  He will be very excited. Remember, a way to a mans heart is through his belly.

Here are 15 Tips That Will Earn You the Title of “MRS. GRILLMASTER”

1. To make cooking easier, clean your grill thoroughly before and after each use with a sturdy wire brush (if you're serious about barbecue, this one is worth the dough).

2. Spray or brush the grill with cooking oil to prevent food from sticking. This can be done with cooking oil spray or with a clean rag dipped in oil. Do this only when the grill is cold and be careful when you light it!

3. Preheat your grill for at least 30 minutes with the lid closed. This allows it to reach prime cooking temperature. It also prevents flare-ups because it burns off fats and foods that stuck to the grate the last time you cooked.

4. If you’re using charcoal, arrange all the coals on one side of the barbecue to create an area of direct heat (right over the coals), and indirect heat (away from the coals). Food can be moved to different temperature zones as needed. If you have a gas grill, keep the flame higher on one side.

5. Don’t pile everything on the grill at once. Consider cooking times and temperatures for each item and schedule your firing times accordingly.

6. Leave at least 30% of the grill’s surface area unused. This gives you an emergency evacuation area to transfer foods if they start to burn.

7. Don’t crowd the grill. Leaving space between foods prevents steaming, helps items to cook evenly, and is crucial to achieving the mark of a pro—a delicious caramelized surface. 

8. Keep the lid closed. Lifting the lid releases the heat and the smoke that gives food its barbecue flavor. If you’re looking, you’re not cooking!

9. Use extra-long tongs (like these from OXO)—not a fork—when moving meats. Piercing the meat causes all of the precious juices to escape, drying out your dinner.

10. Not sure if it’s done? Don’t pull the amateur move of cutting into the meat to check (see above)! Get it right every time with an instant read thermometer, or a fancy wireless BBQ thermometer and usethis meat temperature chart or this handy infographic to help you cook it just the way you like it. 

11. Use a special slotted pan or grill basketfor cooking vegetables and delicate seafood so they don’t stick to the grate or slip through the holes.

12. Add extra delectable smokiness to your grilled foods with wood chips. Soak hickory, mesquite, or other wood chips in water or apple juice (for sweeter flavor) for 30 minutes beforehand so they'll smolder without igniting. Wrap soaked wood chips in an aluminum foil packet poked with holes, and lay the packet directly on the on the coals or above the gas flame before adding food to the grill.These wood chips from Charcoal Companion are conveniently packaged in an aluminum smoking tray and are ready to soak right in the tin.

13. Brining—soaking meat in a saltwater and spice mixture before cooking—adds flavor and ensures that meat stays moist even if you like it on the well-done side. Brining is, essentially, infusing meat with salt, so be aware that it will increase the amount of sodium in your food. Use sea salt or Himalayan salt, no additional salt is needed during cooking. This quick brine recipe can have your poultry or pork (never beef!) grill-ready in just a few hours. A whole chicken should soak in brine for at least four hours, but smaller cuts of meat, like chicken breasts, can be removed from the brine after two hours. 

14. Keep a beverage handy while you grill. It can be used to quickly douse flames if your food catches fire. 

15. A little char is what barbecue is all about, but enjoy it in small doses as it’s carcinogenic.

Here's a great Grill recipe: 

 Honey Cumin Chicken
(Makes 4 servings)

2 Tbsp. raw honey
2 Tbsp. 100% orange juice
4 (4-oz.) each raw chicken breasts, boneless, skinless
1 Tbsp. olive oil
1 tsp. ground cumin 
Sea salt and ground black pepper (to taste; optional)

1. Preheat grill to medium.
2. Combine honey and orange juice in a small bowl; whisk to blend. Set aside.
3. Brush each chicken breast lightly with oil. Sprinkle both sides evenly with cumin, salt (if desired), and pepper (if desired).
4. Place chicken on grill; cook, without turning, for 5 minutes. When chicken releases easily from the grill, turn, cook for an additional 3 minutes. 
5. Reduce grill heat to low. Brush chicken evenly with honey mixture. Be careful, honey will burn if exposed to flames. Grill until a meat thermometer inserted into the center of each breast reads 160°F*. Remove from grill. Let chicken rest 5 minutes before serving.

* The FDA suggests cooking chicken to a temperature of 165°F. Chicken will continue to cook after it is removed from heat, so we recommend that it be removed from the grill at 160°F to prevent drying out. 

Nutrition per serving: 184 calories, 7 g fat, 10 g carbohydrates, 23 g protein

Let's talk Meal Prep!

Alright friends, let's talk Food Prep!

Eating clean meals are key to achieve your fitness goals.
Planning your food or food prep is key to eating clean meals during the week and staying on track!  Every Sunday you can find me in my kitchen chopping, shredding, steaming, baking and roasting food for the week ahead. Sure, it takes me a few hours but it’s a part of my weekend I truly love.  We make it a family day! I get my husband and children involved and it becomes fun. As a mom, it makes me feel good knowing I am giving my family the foods they need to live long healthy lives. And as they watch me prep they start to form good habits for themselves as well. I know that if I want them to eat clean meals during the week we need to plan and prep!

Do you plan your meals and prepare them in advance? If you don’t you need to give it a try and here’s why:

- You will save money

In order to start eating clean meals you need to plan! Spend more time planning meals, and spend less cash on your groceries! Remember that food prep starts at the grocery store. So, If you food shop with a meal plan in mind you’ll only buy the things you’re going to use and will be less likely to buy on impulse because something looks great or is on offer.

Eating Clean Meals Starts at the Grocery Store
- Planning ahead saves on food waste

If there’s one thing I can’t stand, it’s food waste. The thought of fresh food going in the trash makes me mad (and sad!) We can all do our bit by only buying the food we need, and the best way to do this is by planning ahead and knowing how much of each ingredient you need to prepare all the meals for the week ahead.

- Having food handy saves you time
and it also saves you from turning into that grumpy mean person when you get hungry.
I am not nice when I am hungry and my husband can vouch for that. So having food handy saves us all.

We’re all busy!  But if you want to train hard and recover well, you need to meet your caloric needs and get good nutrition into your body. For those days when life gets complicated, prepped food is a savior! It’s great to be able to grab your food or pre-packed snack from the fridge.   This will prevent you from falling of the wagon and be tempted to buy unhealthy snacks.  So, you don’t have an excuse for not eating clean meals.

- Prepare your food and stick to your goals

Finally, preparing food ahead of time means that you will be eating clean meals and sticking to your food plan. Whether you work with a coach, dietician or simply know what you need to do to get the body of your dreams, nutrition is a huge part of the equation. Yes, I said HUGE! Don’t let bad food choices hold you back. Always have the ideal meals and snacks handy – no excuses!

My food prep includes some fat burning foods like:

Grilled chicken breasts or fish
Roasted veggies
Baked or steamed sweet potatoes
Hard-boiled eggs and something my family never goes without is Shakeology. We drink it once a day, but I also food prep with it on Sundays as well. I make baked healthy delicious sweet treats like oat-based Shakeology bars or Shakeology no bake cookies. They are fantastic quick grabs for the kids and they love them.

What are some of your favorite foods, and what day of the week is food-prep day in your house?  Are you ready to start eating clean meals?

If you do not know where to start I can help!  Click this link below and make me your Coach today! " IT'S FREE" 
I will put you into one of my FREE Clean Eating Clubs and help you get started.


Sunday, July 6, 2014

Why do a 3- Day Refresh?

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