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VIDEO: How to Burn Fat, Lose Weight & Look Your Best!

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Our research has taken us in many directions as we continue to look for answers that deliver a big change to people’s lives. This video was from a live session and broadcast via our Facebook Page – on the topic of Weight Management.

Discover a ‘toolbox’ of ideas and strategies to help you achieve Weight Loss & Wellness . . . PLUS ideas and tips such as:

  • 3 Key Factors for Achieving a Healthy Weight (AND it’s NOT – eat less, exercise more, cut out fat in your diet!)
  • How most of the things you’ve learned about ‘losing weight’ may be actually stopping you getting optimal results!
  • Why it’s harder to lose weight now than in the 1980s (this will surprise you!)

Are you ready to make changes? Have questions?

Reach out to your Savvy Team contact, message us on Facebook or use our contact page.

‘Eat Savvy’ Diet FAQs [VIDEO]: Boost Energy & Mental Clarity, Detox & Shed Excess Fat, Reduce Allergies, Improve Skin Health . . .

‘Eat Savvy’ Diet Philosophy – recent FAQ discussion

‘Eat Savvy’ Diet Philosophy – recent FAQ discussion

What’s ‘Eat Savvy’ all about? It’s a breakthrough compilation of research-based dietary philosophies, that the whole family can follow!

Boost Energy, Improve Mental Clarity, Detox, Shed Excess Fat, Reduce Allergies, Improve Skin Health and more . . .

Download for free: http://bit.ly/1HawrEL

Posted by Savvy Team on Friday, February 17, 2017

What’s ‘Eat Savvy’ all about?

In this video, Savvy Team founders, Corey Sievers & Linda Barker discuss recent FAQs on the ‘Eat Savvy’ Diet Philosophy.

Here’s what you’ll learn in this video:

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PEA PROTEIN: ‘7 Perks’ of this Allergen-Free Muscle Builder!

Check out any fitness magazine and judging by all the attention protein supplements get – it would almost appear that protein intake = fitness!

There’s a bit more to the story than that . . . however there’s no doubt that protein intake does support healthy muscle mass and an improved body composition.

Protein is a macronutrient found in many foods such as meats, dairy products, nuts and beans to name a few. It’s comprised of amino acids, the building blocks of lean body tissue that promote healthy skin, hair, bones, fingernails, as well as muscles.

Whilst we encourage that you obtain the bulk of your protein needs from whole food sources (such as encouraged on the ‘Eat Savvy Diet’), protein supplements (as well as green superfood supplements) can make it easier to boost your protein intake as well being sure that you are getting an array of amino acids for the repair of all your body tissues.

With a balanced, superfood-rich diet, you can theoretically consume enough protein foods to keep your body in ‘tip-top’ condition. On the other hand, ‘real life’ has a tendency to get in the way and some days, fully preparing a protein-rich meal can be a hassle. That’s why smoothies and shakes with protein powder are a great option, augmenting protein intake with minimal time in the kitchen.

However, not all protein supplements were created equal and some can produce nasty side-effects for many people – like bloating, digestive upset and flatulence.

 

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