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24 Day Challenge / Day 7

on March 13, 2013

non scaleYou’re one entire week on the plan and I KNOW FOR A FACT that your body is changing and for the better! Pants seem a lil’ loose? Belt gotta go tighter? How bout that bra position ladies? AND ENERGY…now let’s talk about the energy you’ve got. Maybe you didn’t wanna jog up and down that mountainous street of yours just yet but you can definitely tell that if you wanted to do such a thing, you COULD! Feel like having a conversation w/ your mate after work maybe? Spend a lil’ one on one? Ok, so now I’m on the wrong site for such as talk as CLOSENESS but… Having been there..I went to bed tired, woke up tired and stayed tired ALL day..that was NOT God’s intent for “marriage”! Ok, I’ll stop meddlin’..BUT I KNOW!!

#1 SPARK W/ PROBIOTIC RESTORE (Have you felt “skinny” these last couple days? It’s the Probiotic Restore! Now, don’t cheat, even though you’re feeling skinny, full of energy and know your body is changing..DO NOT STEP ON THOSE SCALES…save it for Day 11! Let the excitement build, the anticipation increase and then day 11 when you weigh & re-measure and SEE THOSE NUMBERS COME DOWN..WAHOO IT IS TIME TO PARTAAY..w/ your next round..NOT CAKE)

#2 EAT a breakfast w/ at least 10g protein and less than 30g carbs. People ask “How about I skip the carbs all together?” Welp, you’re not “doing a body good”, you need some carbs to help burn the fat baby.

#3 4 Omega @ dinner & Herbal Cleanse pill pack immediately before sleep. (TOMORROW you start back on the fiber..DON’T FORGET!)

**Fit Tip: Don’t forget your omegas! AdvoCare’s OmegaPlex is a high quality fish oil that contains both EPA and DHA fatty acids to improve heart and brain health, support your immune system, helps control inflammation in your joints, and can help promote healthy metabolism which is essential to weight management. Did I mention that its great for your hair, skin and nails too?

BREAKFAST: Steel cut oatmeal (add blueberries, strawberries, and/or peaches) I add cinnamon and honey (or could do Stevia)
SNACK: 1-2 Hardboiled egg(s) w/ some grapes
LUNCH: Asian Lettuce Wrap
SNACK: Simple spicy chickpea dip
DINNER: Chicken, turkey, or lean beef mixed with plain veggies like a stir-fry (Fresh or frozen veggies, never can)

Asian Lettuce Wraps:
3-4 boneless skinless chicken breasts, trimmed of fat
5 cloves chopped garlic
1 small onion, finely chopped
1/4 cup Liquid Aminos (A safe soy sauce substitute, I just use low sodium soy)
1/4 cup low sodium chicken broth (always best to use homemade)
1/2 tsp ground ginger
1 dash allspice (or a dash each of ground cloves, cinnamon, and black pepper)
2 TBSP apple cider vinegar
Optional: 1 small can of crushed pineapple
Bean sprouts and large leafy lettuce for wrapping

Place chicken in a slow cooker. Add onions and garlic. Mix the liquid and spices together and pour over chicken. Cook on low about 4 hours. Shred chicken in slow cooker and serve on lettuce with bean sprouts

Simple & Spicy Chickpea Dip:
1 Can/organic chick peas, drained and washed
1 large clove of garlic
1/2 tsp sea salt
1/2 tsp cayenne pepper
1/2 tsp red pepper flakes
1/4 tsp black pepper
1/4 cup olive oil

1. Place all ingredients in a food processor and process for approximately 45-60 seconds. Dip great w/ raw veggies, rye crackers or (FEW) pita chips

If you would like the dip to be less chunky, simply add more olive oil. It will change the fat/calories for the dip. (Makes 8 servings) Calories- 121 Protein- 4g Carbs- 8g Fats- 8g

SIMPLE EXERCIESE PLAN: 20 leg lifts & 10 toe touches

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