Monday, January 28, 2013

Creative Bioscience Post 3 AND Giveaway



Well, I am back for my last post of this part of my weight loss journey. I definitely think the African Mango Lean made a difference. I think if I would have been more vigilant in my efforts, I would have lost a lot more. Unfortunately, I let all of my diet plans go during the holidays and I am just now getting back into them. I have a goal to loose 15 pounds overall and I have lost 6.5 with African Mango Lean. I know that I could have lost more if I would have been more disciplined. I also know that 6.5 pounds lost is still something and I am happy for that. I would recommend African Mango Lean to anyone with a small amount of weight to lose or even just to a mom or otherwise busy person who wants an energy boost and a little bit of a curbed appetite. I also recommend using a fitness tracker like Myfitnesspal (it's free!!) to help you see where you need to make changes in your eating and exercise routines. I think these two things combined would help anybody have a great success in their weight loss journey. I have 7.5 more pounds go and my goal is to get there by April. I know I can do it. Thanks for reading about my 90 day journey with African Mango Lean!
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*Disclosure- I received the above mentioned product for free in exchange for my honest review. All opinions stated are 100% my own.


10 comments:


becca said...

great review tried to enter but raffle copter says the contest hasn't started yet


Heather M said...

It's live now!


Linda Kwolek said...

My biggest struggle is motivation and will power, or lack of.


Daria said...

Sounds good, would like to try!


Rusthawk said...

Staying away from bread!


Brittney Minor said...

Hardest to stay away from sweets and grains! I especially love bread!


Jill Myrick (jsc123) said...

My biggest challenge is turning to quick not so healthy dinners because I'm tires and it's faster.

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Sue Ellison said...

My biggest struggle is not overeating and leaving the sweets alone.

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njsunbunny said...

My biggest struggle is being motivated to cook and clean up a more involved meal instead of going for something easy.


sottovoce said...

My biggest obstacle to losing weight is my, seemingly, insatiable appetite.