I organized all my supplements for the week, took them after breakfast, and made sure I also took the extra two CLA soft gels with my lunch or dinner. My workouts increased from zero to five days. I cut back on my carbs and ate a salad for lunch every day. Once again I made "me-time" a priority. I feel so much better.
Cutting back on the carbs and increasing my lean protein has left me less bloated and I can tell my tummy is getting flatter again. My energy has increased and I've been sleeping better. Working out regularly and taking supplements every day helped reduce my stress and sleep sounder.
If you have ever been in a similar situation, with determination and willpower you can pick yourself up get back on the right road.
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