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24 Day Challenge / Day 4

on March 6, 2013

**Fit Tip: Join my Facebook Advocare Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/124212707745502/ for information, inspiration and fun. Log on FB page daily for quick tips and more as you work your way through the challenge. Interact with each other and gain additional support for your efforts. You can also send out an S.O.S. on Facebook when you are tempted by the vending machine at work. For example, “Candy bar craving need help!” You’ll find Challengers across America who will “post” their support and healthy alternative ideas… give it a try. Also, you’ll find some additional resources (recipes, tips, nutritional information).

Second verse, same as the 1st? Nope, NOT TODAY!  Today we’re really gonna shake things up a lil…we’re NOT drinking fiber WaHooooo~

#1 When you first wake up, have a Spark and take a Probiotic pill pack.  These babies are da bomb!  Tomorrow you’ll start to feel “Skin-E”….DO NOT LOOK AT THE SCALES even tho you’re gonna want to (save that for Days 11 & 25 being sure to remeasure each time as well)

#2 EAT! You know thats the time of day I long for!

Aside from water consumption, watching protein/carb ratios, STILL NO SUGAR & DAIRY, you’re done until dinner (not to say that you’re NOT eating, just that there’s no more product until dinner..thought I might should clarify just in case).  Continue w/ your 4 Omega @ dinner and Herbal Cleanse pill pack at bedtime.

You should try to find at least 20 minutes to get your exercise on, doesn’t matter HOW you do it, just get that heart pump’n!

Breakfast: try mixing one protein scoop w/ 4 ice cubes and add tablespoon of Natural PNUT BUTTER w/ 6-8 oz of water.

Snack: Un-buttered/un-salted popcorn and handful of berries

Lunch: Be creative w/ a salad, fresh salsa is always safe, maybe make taco salad w/ some black beans, ground turkey, squeeze fresh lemon over as your dressing?

Snack: Chicken salad made w/ Olive Oil Mayo, chopped celery (some ppl like grapes) w/ 5 rye crackers.

Dinner:  Baked talapia, steamed carrots & quinoa, maybe a side salad if you need a filler.

Keep in mind your portions (fish 4-6 oz, cup of carrots, 1/2 cup quinoa)!

I’m always open to any new ideas you’d like to share on meal plans or quick exercise routine.  LET’S MAKE THIS 24 DAYS COUNT~

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