I figure I should explain a little bit so that it is out in the open instead of being talked about by others without hearing my side. No I don’t think I should have to explain anything but I will anyway.
The question was posed why would anyone trying to loose weight and get healthy “resort” to shakes or other supplements and not just eat healthy foods and exercise. I throw the question right back to you. What is a healthy food? Is a multi-grain cereal “healthy”? How about a big giant bowl of salad? And for dinner maybe you have a chicken breast with buckwheat noodles and a salad.
Now would these meals be healthy for someone who is allergic to gluten? What about a vegetarian who feels like they are getting stabbed from the inside of the stomach when they eat a salad as a meal? Yeah those healthy meals no longer sound very healthy. That is my problem. I am a Gluten Allergic (it is beyond an intolerance if you would like details feel free to email me) Vegetarian who cannot eat raw vegetables. I am either allergic to most “healthy” foods, get sick from them, or just will not eat them. I eat large amounts of cooked vegetables, with rice, and fish most nights for dinner but what about the other meals? What works for me one week might make me sick the next so obviously I needed to do something. My health was just getting worse and I had such a limited amount of energy even walking the dogs was becoming a chore.
Then I found Visalus I now have 2-170 calorie low fat meals made of up protein, 23 vitamins and minerals, calcium, digestive enzymes, fiber, and pre-biotics that my body accepts. It does not make me sick, my stomach is not in constant pain, and I have energy to do what I want to do. I want to get out of the house and do things. I want to exercise and move my body. So at $2 a shake is that worth it to make myself healthy? I am not the only one I know who has found a way to become healthy again. I have a friend who had years of chronic pain after an accident stop having pain after 2 weeks of being on the Visalus Challenge. I know someone else who has gone off of their heart medication and someone who is no longer injecting themselves with insulin multiple times a day.
The 90 Day Challenge is not a diet it is a lifestyle change. It is starting your day with a breakfast packed with good healthy nutrition to help you get through your day. It is eating healthy to have the energy to work out and move your body. It is getting the nutrition your body needs to feel good mentally and get healthy physically.
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