The 'AdvoCare Diet' is more of a lifestyle change using supplements and proper nutrition to assist in the weight loss.
Portland, OR (PRWEB) December 19, 2013
BigBelief.com is a resource for AdvoCare distributors and people just looking to learn more about the products.
People search online every day for the AdvoCare diet wanting to understand what it is and how it works. Recent blog posts on the site elaborate on this topic.
The post says, "The 'AdvoCare Diet' isn’t really a diet at all. 'Diet' today suggests some sort of fad that people are using to try to lose weight. The 'AdvoCare Diet' is more of a lifestyle change using supplements and proper nutrition to assist in the weight loss."
Many people looking for specific details, the post says, are actually looking for information on the 24 Day Challenge. Though the challenge isn't a diet per say, it does include nutritional guidelines to help steer people onto a healthier track.
A few "food groups" touched on by the 24 Day Challenge Guide are proteins, vegetables, complex carbs and snacks.
When it comes to protein, the post explains, "some of the best ones you can eat are chicken breasts, eggs, ground beef or turkey, salmon, tuna, tofu, turkey breast and more. The proper portion size for one serving of these meats is between 4 and 6 ounces."
Vegetables are very important to proper nutrition, the post says. "Great vegetable options are asparagus, broccoli, green beans, onions, peppers, tomatoes, spinach, and much more. One serving of vegetables is 1 cup of raw or cooked vegetables, or 2 cups of leafy greens."
Complex carbohydrates are also featured in the post. "Great options for complex carbs are beans, oatmeal, potatoes, and whole grains."
The post explains that eating small meals throughout the day helps aid in weight loss. Snacks make this possible. "Snacks that include protein and a small amount of carbohydrates are good options (ie. 2 scoops of muscle gain powder, 1/4 cup dry oats, 8 almonds, and a few tablespoons of water mixed up into a brownie batter consistency is delicious!"
There is also a list on the post of foods and drinks people should stay away from. "Any type of soda, fried foods, processed foods, sugars, creamy sauces, white flour, and alcohol are all on the list of things, among others, to avoid while trying to lose weight and become more healthy while using AdvoCare."
The supplements included in the 24 Day Challenge are an Herbal Cleanse, used to help detoxify your body, OmegaPlex, which includes essential fatty acids for better overall wellness, Spark, an energy drink that is nutritionally advanced, MNS, made for weight management as well as appetite control and overall wellness, and Meal Replacement Shakes.
People wanting a discount on products like the 24 Day Challenge Bundle can receive that by signing up as a member here.
Big Belief also highlights people who have had weight loss success with these products. The stories of Janel, who has lost 70 pounds, and Deonna, who has lost 97 pounds, can be read on this blog post.