Step 1: Reboot your body with a juice cleanse.
If you’re anything like the vast majority of us, you’re probably still feeling the aftermath of the holidays. You might be feeling bloated, brain foggy, fatigued, and may be struggling with junk food cravings (That’s the sneaky thing about junk food- the more you eat it, the more you crave it!).
Stop the vicious cycle and give yourself a fresh start with the power of raw, plant-based nutrition!
Step 2: Drink green juice daily.
A green juice a day keeps the weight away! Incorporate it into your daily routine to continue and maintain your juice cleanse results.
Whether or not you begin 2020 with a cleanse, there’s so much to be gained from green juice beyond healthy weight loss. No matter what you’re eating, if your diet lacks green vegetables, your nutrient needs are not being met. A green vegetable deficiency can leave you feeling fatigued, make your body cling to fat for dear life, promote less-than-optimal health, and lead to lackluster hair, skin, and nails.
It’s not always easy or convenient to get the greens you need. That's where green juice comes in, delivering concentrated nutrition to your body instantaneously. Day or night- there's no wrong time of day to drink your greens. Green juice delivers the nutrients needed to totally destroy junk food cravings and keeps your energy levels up naturally.
Step 3: Replace Dairy with Plant-Based Alternatives.
Dairy. It’s weight-gain-inducing, and holds almost no nutritional value (unless you’re a baby cow, and we’re willing to bet that you’re not). Protein? Calcium? You can get that from plants!
If you use milk in your morning cereal or coffee, swap it out for a plant-based alternative (try using our sweet and creamy Cashew Smoothie!). Cashew milk, almond milk, hemp milk, oat milk… there are so many options out there! Most nuts and seeds provide a healthy amount of protein and rich doses of essential nutrients like iron, magnesium, potassium, calcium, and zinc.
Leave the milk for the baby cows and fuel your body with nutritious plant-based alternatives like our protein smoothies!
Step 4: Fuel your workouts with plant-based protein.
Plant-based protein is set to be one of 2020’s top food trends, and with good reason!
Plant-based proteins promote more energy, less fatigue, less bloating, improved digestion, improved sleep quality, easier weight loss, and more! For athletes and fitness fanatics, this translates to faster workout recovery, increased stamina, and improved athletic performance. You don’t need meat to get enough protein in your diet!
So what should you eat? Nuts, seeds, leafy greens, and legumes are all excellent sources of protein. Many fruits and vegetables also provide protein in varying degrees. Fill your diet with an assortment of different plant-based proteins to ensure that you are getting enough of the amino acids your body needs. Life hack: sprinkle hemp seeds on your food to easily get all of the essential amino acids you need from food- or grab a hemp smoothie!
Stock up on plant-based protein smoothies and take your fitness goals to the next level in 2020!
Step 5: Start your mornings with celery juice.
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Many people report immediate benefits from adding celery juice to their morning routine such as boosted energy and improved digestive regularity, but to really soak up the benefits, you have to commit for a longer period of time. Long-term daily celery juice drinkers report clearer glowing skin, relief from fatigue and brain fog, significant weight loss, healthier digestion, and more! What better time to embark on this healthy new habit?
Step 6: Don’t deprive yourself of dessert.
Total deprivation is a recipe for a weak will! In the long run, it’s easier to stick to a new healthy eating regimen if you enjoy the food you're eating. But there’s no reason why that has to mean gaining weight or loading up on sugary junk!
Step 7: If you fall off track, don’t punish yourself!
All too many of us are needlessly hard on ourselves when we set a healthy new regimen in place and then slip up- that mentality of, “Well, I blew my diet already, I might as well just eat the rest of the pizza pie.”
Consistency doesn’t mean never messing up. It means never giving up! If you eat something regrettable, drink a big glass of water (or a green juice!), and pick right back up where you started!