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  • 6 Do’s for Eating Clean

    6 Do’s for Eating Clean

    The easiest way to maintain good health and lose weight is to adjust your diet to include the most nutrient-dense foods and exclude high-calorie food with no nutritional value. This sounds simple, but can prove to be easier said than done. Darin Olien and Isabelle Daikeler, co-creators of Shakeolgoy,  have […]

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  • Açai berries: Why are they all the rage?

    Açai berries: Why are they all the rage?

    Ahhhhh, açai berries (pronounced: ah-sigh-EE)! They’ve been devoured by the Amazonian people for centuries, but it wasn’t until recently when the rest of the world unearthed their cherished secret superfood. Of course, we put it in Shakeology®, and boy are we glad we did. Because this bite-sized fruit delivers quite […]

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  • Transformation Tuesday: The Success Keeps Rolling In!

    Transformation Tuesday: The Success Keeps Rolling In!

    Laticia W. // This veggie-hater was shocked to learn Shakeology® is loaded with them! “Shakeology gave me the energy I needed to stop’bonking’ in my workouts.” “I hit rock-bottom when I went to the doctor and weighed in at 165 pounds. Then I learned that mycholesterol results were horrific. I needed […]

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  • 6 Low-Calorie Dinners That Will Tantalize Your Tastebuds!

    6 Low-Calorie Dinners That Will Tantalize Your Tastebuds!

    Dinner is always the easiest meal to go overboard with—between busy schedules and the convenience of calling that pizza place with that ever-so-tempting 2-for-1 special, it isn’t terribly difficult to see how one can stray from the healthy path. However, we have come up with enough nutritious and low-calorie dinner […]

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  • Bilberries to the Rescue: Superfoods with Superpowers

    Bilberries to the Rescue: Superfoods with Superpowers

    Today’s superfood spotlight is on bilberries. Yep, bilberries—not blueberries. Also known in the berry world as the European blueberry, whortleberry, bogberry, huckleberry, and hurtleberry. Although the bilberry is a very close relative to the blueberry family, this not-so-distant cousin is a wee bit smaller, darker in color, contains less juice, […]

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