Saturday, March 24, 2007

Isagenix Day Six: Feeling Stronger Every Day

It’s early on Day Six of My Isagenix 30-day Program. Yesterday when I was out walking my dogs, I heard the song by Chicago called “Feeling Stronger Every Day.” I couldn’t relate more. The energy you get from this program is absolutely unbelievable and I truly am feeling strength and vigor I didn’t have before. Things that I’ve been putting off, like washing my car, doing laundry, writing letters and thank you cards, working out and fixing things in the house – now I’m doing them because I’ve got this new surge of energy thanks to Isagenix.

Isagenix is so much more than a weight loss solution. It’s a nutritional and cleansing plan that puts things into your body that you’re probably not getting if you’re living the way most people on the rest of the planet do. I’m really beginning to get excited about this program – in five full days I’ve lost just over 8 pounds!

At this rate, I’ll be down at least 50 by the time I’ve completed the 90-day program. But, I’m not going to rush it or let my expectations get too high. The way I look at it is, it took me a long time to gain all this luggage, so if it takes a while to get rid of it, that’s just fine. I’ve decided to do a more accelerated version of the Isagenix Program – I’m doing the 9-day Program and drinking 3 shakes a day rather than eating a 400-600 calorie meal, at least for the first 10 days – and so far the results are amazing. I eat a few snacks every day, mostly organic, unsalted almonds and organic apple slices, and I’m never hungry.

I thought I’d be stressed out trying to make so many changes overnight (I stopped drinking alcohol, I quit smoking recently and now I’m not eating the fat-filled diet I used to enjoy), but so far it’s been surprisingly easy.

2 comments:

Robert Arkina Howard said...

Man, I'm ten times healthier than you think you are. But, Isagenix sounds like it's really looking for you. Do they have it in Afrika?

Zach Crawford said...

It's great to know that it's working. I'll be watching your progress too. It's nice to know that there's someone else is going through the same things as well. Good luck.
-Zach