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It’s been a while…

on April 2, 2014

I have been rather lacksidaisical (is that a real word haha) in posting since the completion of the last cleanse. I literally spend ALL day by the computer. Well, it’s always up & running while I’m doing things but believe me, there’s plenty of time spent researching FOOD & NUTRITION on a daily basis.

I am about 2/3 finished w/ my Fitness Nutrition Certification….only problem is, I should’ve been done by now!! I find what I’m learning through my own research to be much more interesting than reading the huge book that corresponds w/ my class.
But never you fear, I’ll get it done before my time ends this summer…hellur…summer!?

Having a discussion w/ my children the other day I realized I rarely ever make the same dish twice. There’s something new (to us) rolling through my kitchen every day! My son said he’d be ok w/ me rotating the same yummy likes from week to week but my lil’ princess said it would be boring and she likes the variety (of course she’s 6 so it was worded a lil’ differently) HaHa~  This morning I enjoyed a bown of cereal for the first time in….A LONG TIME!  I found to help w/ our GlutenFree/DairyFree needs and I think I’m in love!  She has recipes for Cheerios AND Cookie Crisp.  The first time I made the Cookie Crisp, I ain’t gonna lie, I used my own SF brown sugar as well as Lily’s Chocolate Chips (SF AND allergy free) and I enjoyed it w/ Vanilla Rice Milk however my family gagged (lol).  So yesterday I was attempting Cheerios (same recipe but called for white sugar, which I used xylitol) and I got REALLY TIRED, REALLY FAST of the time  consuming effort of making those lil’ tiny pieces and then putting the hole in ’em 🙂  After 3 rows, I added REAL brown sugar and REAL milk chocolate chips (shhhh) for a batch of Cookie Crisps and H-O-L-Y M-O-L-Y BATMAN!!!!  You’ve gotta head over there and TRY IT!!!  Gluten Free OR NOT, these babies are worth the effort (even IF you choose REAL WHITE SUGAR it’s gonna be a healthier version than the store bought processed crap)

Y’all know where I stand w/ supplements….we should be getting ALL THE NUTRIENTS WE NEED FROM A WHOLE FOOD LIFESTYLE but b/c of all the mass produced, hybrid/in-fused, genetically modified foods we’re forced to choose from in the stores, that’s not always easily done (unless of course you have a grand garden and raise your own cattle). This is WHY WE HAVE SUPPLEMENTS! We “supplement” our foods. These supplements help fill in the gaps that are left behind even when we (think) eat healthy! I choose AdvoCare for my supplements. Advo has put together what I need to reach optimal health based on what my goals are…which keeps me from spending hours on end at the pharmacy trying to determine what all I need to take as well as keeps me from wasting money on a less than desireable quality. Did you know that some Fish Oils are actually more toxic for you than beneficial. I trust AdvoCare’s products! Ive met some of the doctors that put their heart & soul into giving me the best! (& I realize you may not have met the Advo Sci-med board but check out this youtube video

Whether you’re looking for more energy, appetite control (which you’d need to have a VERY hearty appetite to want to suppress it) or an overall health/weight management, Advo has got ya covered~

With that said….I’m placing an order in the next week so message me what you need OR if you’d rather go directly to and place your own order.
NOW…let’s all go get healthy 😉



**I am an Independent Distributor of AdvoCare nutritional supplements and when purchasing through my website I will receive a commission.  I’d love to talk to you about how you can save 20-40% off retail prices 🙂   **I am an Independent Distributor of Essential Oils and when purchasing through my website I will receive a commission.  I’d love to be your guide through the journey of essential oils, let me tell you how to save 25% on all your essential oil purchases ❤

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