Did you see my “final” Shaklee 180 reveal post? In that post I shared all my final details, stats, pictures, etc! So, be sure you head on over there too since the pictures are always the fun part! But, for my final Shaklee Blogger Vlog post, I wanted to share with you what I think might be the most important take-away on the program. Here you go…
So, what do you think? Have you ever had an “ah-ha” moment like that on a health/weight loss/fitness journey?
I am so thankful that I have had that discovery. Even though I am more “in-tune”, that doesn’t mean I always am choosing the best thing. But, it’s great that since the changes I been making since the end of January (including the Shaklee 180 program), I have identified some foods that I need to be really cautious with. One of the major things for me is discovering that gluten is indeed an issue for me – no allergy, nothing serious. But, my body definitely has some issues with it, especially if I eat a lot of it. And, oh my goodness all, I used to eat A LOT of it. Honestly, probably every single meal and snack I ate had something with gluten in it. I’ve experimented with taking most of it out (and the Shaklee 180 products are gluten free too) and it’s a BIG difference from me. So, I’ll be continuing on with some of those diet changes, moving more, and my Shaklee products! Let’s see where this all takes me! 🙂
If you want to learn more about the Shaklee180™ program, please go here for more information! And, If you’re interested in joining me on the journey or trying out any of Shaklee’s products for yourself, please order through my Shaklee site.
Thanks for your support & encouragement!
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post as part of the Shaklee Corporation blogger program. I will be receiving free products, online support and incentives for participating. My opinions are my own. I am also a Shaklee Independent Distributor. People following the weight-loss portion of the Shaklee 180™ Program can expect to lose 1–2 pounds per week. I am receiving free products, online support, and incentives for participating.