I’ve gotta say, after the 28-Day Clean Eating Challenge last month, I’ve decided to do a LOT of things differently, beginning with what I put in my fridge and pantry. Never before have I EVER realized just how many organic, non-GMO, “clean eating”, 5-ingredient-or-less items are at Costco. It makes me wonder what on earth I could have easily spent $300+ on during my previous trips to that store. What a waste of money! Chips….bread…..cheese……juice…… wine…..snacks…..you know, THE NECESSITIES, right?! What was I thinking?
Better late than never, I guess. Yesterdays trip was nothing like that. I look at food SO differently now, and I found myself reaching for items that I was trained to gravitate toward during the 28-Day Clean Eating Challenge. When I couldn’t locate the brown rice pasta I was looking for, I took a detour on the way home to Trader Joe’s. Easy fix. You’re probably thinking, “But the price for this type of food costs more! She totally fell for the hype! What was she thinking?” You mean there should be a price cap for putting healthier food in your body, as opposed to CRAP food? If I have to answer, then YES….I’ll pay a price to live longer, I don’t know about you.
Keep in mind, on average a family will spend about $45-$50/week on groceries for the 28-Day Clean Eating Program. Turns out, adding in the nutrition products will put you at $5-$6/meal.
Many people come to find they’ll save money in the long run.
The kit gives you two bags of protein to make meal replacement shakes, muffins, pancakes, protein bars, (and more), along with a bag of soluble tasteless and heat-resistant fiber to add to your protein. You also get two boxes of energy fizz to help build your electrolytes and add B12s (this also helps you eliminate any coffee, soda or bad-for-you energy drinks), AND you’ll get a 30-day supply of probiotics and enzymes, two boxes of herbal detox tea to help remove toxins and support liver & kidney functions, and a 7-day cleanse drink that we use in week 3 to remove extra heavy metals. www.kasandragolden.arbonne.com