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Clean Simple Eats Summer Challenge!!!




This Dark Chocolate Cherry Shake 🍒 from @cleansimpleeats gave me life during their Spring Challenge! It’s seriously so good just like all of their recipes are!

I could talk all day about Clean Simple Eats. I am so excited to be teaming up with them this summer as an ambassador! ❤️
I had such an amazing transformation from the spring challenge and I want all of you to try it too!

I think their method and their plans are awesome! I love that they provide delicious recipes, personal macros, weekly grocery shopping lists, daily workouts, and an engaged Facebook community to help you succeed! They create an all around meal plan that promotes a healthy and active lifestyle!

Each season, they release a new cookbook and challenge. The summer challenge is 7 weeks and it starts on June 17th. You can purchase the book, digital or printed, today! You can use my code MYOWNMEALPLAN to get 15% off your order!


This is not just a cookbook, it is not just a challenge, but it’s a new way of life! Clean Simple Eats introduced macro counting to me and I don’t think I’ll ever look back. They taught me how to look at food as fuel, and explained how each macronutrient is needed and how much of each my body needs! If you want to get started with macro counting, or even just want to get healthier this summer, @cleansimpleeats is a great place to start!


My Spring Clean Simple Eats Challenge Results 





Never have I ever shared something like this before on here but I thought, why not! Here’s my #TransformationTuesday 💪🏼 I’ve always been a very active person. I love working out and I love a good competition. I’ve always been conscious about what I eat and how much I exercise, but I’ve never followed a strict plan. I’ve never counted macros.

Just like most people, my body tends to fluctuate. I decided to do the @cleansimpleeats spring 8 week challenge because I wanted to challenge my body and see how it could change. I wanted to push myself.

Turns out, I actually loved counting macros. I loved breaking down each meal and making sure I was giving my body the nutrients it needs. You guys know that I’m a total foodie, and this challenge really showed me how to use food as fuel. I loved it! I’m very happy with my 8 week results! I’ve already implemented this method and what I’ve learned about macro counting into my own recipes on the blog and into my lifestyle!


🔸🔸🔸I didn’t do this challenge because I hated my body, I did it because I love it. My only goal is to be the best version of me❤️



The summer challenge is 7 weeks and it starts on June 17th. You can purchase the book, digital or printed, today! You can use my code MYOWNMEALPLAN to get 15% off your order!




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