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Green Juicing to Lose Weight

You are on the go….you are having a crazy busy day….you are craving some snacks, maybe even some junk food….perhaps a bag of chip that is easy to pick up but may be full of preservatives and not so “healthy” ingredients. But what you really need is something that is fresh filled with nutrients that will keep  you going and give you exactly what  you need Energy!

Yes that can be as simple as a “Green” drink. A green drink such as a smoothie or a juice that consist mostly of Kale, Cucumber, spinach and other leafy green vegetables.

Honestly, this is the best fast food on the market and an amazing way to add, get more veggies into your diet. I have found too that it alleviates food cravings since it gives you a burst of nutrition which often lack from our typical American diet. Start tapping into green smoothies or veggie juices when you have food cravings and you will see it is only a matter of time that your  palate will start craving it more and more. It is an amazing quick fix!

If you ignore it and give into those cravings then you are only setting yourself up for more disappointment and weight gain!

Green does the body good!

Contact us at 972-290-1507 to get started on a weight loss program.

Jenny Stepanian, Pharmacist Health & Wellness Coach - *The opinions expressed herein are solely the opinions of the author. Information provided is for educational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. Should you need medical advice, see your physician.

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