Yum! The Best Vegan Meal Replacement on the Market!

Yum! The Best Vegan Meal Replacement on the Market!

The life of a Vegan can get a little tricky when you are pressed for time, or even when you are trying to get all of the vitamins and minerals you need in your diet.  Thank goodness for Meal Replacement Shakes!  With all of the choices out there, what brand stands out amongst its competitors for taste, quality, ingredients and total balance?  Shakeology!   Shakeology makes the best vegan meal replacement on the market, hands down!   If you are already living a vegan lifestyle, or have been researching it to make a healthy change in your life, then you are no stranger to scrutinizing food labels and deciphering their codes.  That’s why one look at the ingredients in Shakeology’s Vegan formula will have you sighing in relief, as everything listed is natural!  You will not find 1 artificial substance in the impressive list of ingredients, but you will find a whole lot of healthy!         Heck yes!  All I see above is a proud display of the amazing-ness inside these shakes.  Goji, Acai, Chia, Pomegranate combined with the strong list of phytonutrients, adaptogens and digestive enzymes means a happy belly and a healthy body!   Does Shakeology’s Vegan formula have everything you need to keep you going?  You bet it does!  You can remain confident that using the Vegan formula as a full meal replacement will keep you full and enure you are not depriving your body of any nutrients.  Both the Vegan Chocolate and the Vegan Tropical Strawberry are balanced, low gylcemic and taste delicious!   They even rank at ’20’ and ’21’ respectively...
Low Glycemic Foods

Low Glycemic Foods

  Here is a phrase we have been hearing more and more! Low Glycemic Foods!  What are Low Glycemic Foods, which ones are High Glycemic and how does a food being Low Glycemic help us lose weight, amongst many other benefits!?   Before I let you in on all the amazing ‘Low GI’ foods you can feel confident eating, let’s just make sure the basics are covered and we all know what the glycemic index is and how it effects your body.   According to Wikipedia, the Glycemic Index is: The glycemic index or glycaemic index (GI) is a number associated with a particular type of food that indicates the food’s effect on a person’s blood glucose (also called blood sugar) level.  The number typically ranges between 50 and 100, where 100 represents the standard, an equivalent amount of pure glucose. Foods that are rated as ‘high’ on the GI index are processed by the human body and enter the blood stream much faster then ‘low’ rated foods, which can cause spiking of blood sugar, hunger and weight gain.  Foods that are lower on the GI index will keep you feeling full for longer, will not spike your blood sugar and allow you to essentially eat more calories. In many studies, a Low GI diet will have better results than a low fat diet, prevent diabetes, coronary heart disease, macular degeneration and other ailments, where as a High GI diet contributes to obesity!  This is the secret little key for keeping you in optimal shape!   LOW GI- is 55 or less MEDIUM GI- is 56-69 HIGH GI- is...
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