The Bikini-Emergency-Plan is a two-week diet plan to get your body in shape. You start with three Almased shakes per day along with vegetable broth for the first week.
To help you separate fact from fiction, here are some of the popular soy myths debunked:
Soy is one of nature’s most protein-rich plant foods, offering numerous health benefits. In recent years, soy has had a bad rap for its alleged harmful effects on our body’s hormones, leading to potential health dangers. Touted as problematic by much of the media and health enthusiasts, many people have sworn off soy entirely from their diets. Sadly, the substantial health benefits of soy are not only undermined but also unbeknownst to many people.
Most people like Almased just the way it is, completely natural without any added flavors. But some of us need that little spice of life with Almased. Use this smoothie-mixing guide to help make your very own special Almased recipe.
In an ideal weight loss world, giving up social drinking would come easy. But let’s be honest: as much as we try to avoid alcohol while on a diet, sometimes there’s nothing better than kicking back and having a drink after a long day.
Though alcohol can help some of us wind down, it can do us more harm than good. Alcohol can sabotage our weight loss efforts by temporarily slowing down the metabolism, putting a pause on burning belly fat to work harder on flushing out alcohol from our system.
Knowing that we still cannot resist the temptation of going to happy hour or ordering a drink with dinner. So the question is, how can we still enjoy social drinking and stay within healthy limits? Here are 5 useful tips.
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