I can't say I blame people. I was quite possibly the biggest skeptic in the world when it came to Shakeology before I became a health and fitness coach. In fact, I assumed I would hate it and never drink it again after my first monthly supply ran out. Boy was I wrong.
I spent quite a bit of time preparing the fruit/greens I was putting in my smoothies. Most of which was done in advance each Sunday, but some of which had to wait until the morning.
No prep; I just put ingredients in the blender each morning.
Clean up was a beast. Each morning I was scraping fruit scraps into the trash, wiping down sticky juices, and putting knives, cutting boards, etc. into the sink to be washed later
I put the blender into the sink, fill it with warm water, and a little dish soap to soak until I get home.
I was spending a lot of money on fruits and veggies that were going into smoothie rather than enjoying them the way they were intended.
I spend a little over $3 a day and get to enjoy my fruits and veggies the way I want to.
I was consuming the foods I could afford and find locally.
I am consuming super-foods I wouldn't be able to afford or find locally.
I was consuming a TON of sugar without realizing it.
I'm not saying Shakeology is the answer to everyone's problems and despite the fact that I 100% believe in it - I know it's not for everyone. I would never push it on someone who genuinely wasn't interested, but I do want people to know what it is and (most importantly) what it isn't.
It is a great way to get your vitamins, nutrients, minerals, super-foods, plus a serving of protein each day. It isn't a protein shake you can find on the shelves of your local convenience store.
It is a meal replacement shake that helps curb cravings and sustain you. It isn't a weight loss drink.
If you're interested in hearing more about my journey with Beachbody, please email me! I would love to share my story with you.
*I am not a nutritionist, but I have always done a ton of research about what is going into my body before I eat it.*