Trying New Things

How many of us have a set routine for fitness and nutrition? Do we get told one thing and follow it blindly? I know that I like to follow a specific regime and when it is time to make changes because something else is possibly better for me I have some difficulty changing things. Over the last week I have been in the process of changing my routine. I switched my protein to one that is cleaner and has a lower glycemic index and I switched my protein bars as well. I added in vitamins and supplements to help me recover better from my workouts. I even changed my skin care and shampoo and conditioner.

Now one might ask what does all that mean? Who cares if you changed a part of your process. What difference does it really make? Man! Let me tell you a couple of changes can make a world of difference. Simple changes, for example, those that know me , know I shed like crazy all the time. Currently I have now gone two days without shedding. This is big for me!

I am starting to feel the change in other areas as well. I have had multiple days where I can walk by candy that normally would be grabbed without even thinking twice and not take any. I do not even crave it, I think that it tastes good and that I don’t need it or really want it and keep walking.

So I’m sure that you are all wondering what in the world is this girl using. I have switched over to USANA and I feel great! Also I have become a wellness consultant with this organization and would love to help other people in their wellness journey. Step one is pretty simple take the True Health Assessment, link provided. Any questions or comments comment on her or send me a message


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