Getting Started on Shakeology

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Here is your guide for getting started on Shakeology.

It is important to commit 90 days to yourself for implementing your new plan for nutrition and fitness.

When to drink it:

I like it during the day it really boosts my energy so take it right before your toughest part of the day- the time that you drag and you will perk up quick!

  • A.M- great way to start the day
  • Afternoon- great way to avoid the 3:00 crash or grazing before dinner time
  • Dinner- great meal replacement if you don’t have a meal planned or on the go

Tips for starting:

  • Start with 1⁄2 scoop (1⁄2 packet) once a day for the first few days then progress to 1 full scoop
  • Don’t chug it too fast! take your time in drinking your shake so it settles well
  • If you have 1 scoop every day you will start to notice significant changes  ** see 10 reasons to drink Shakeology

Tips for making your shakes:

  • if you are use to really sweet foods then remember to make your shake so you enjoy it and slowly reduce the sweeteners ( fruit, stevia, flavored almond milk etc.)
  • if you like it creamy, use a milk source ( almond or coconut milk rock!) or add yogurt ( greek preferably)
  • if you want more protein- best natural source is greek yogurt- plain, vanilla or a flavor you like- use 1/2 cup adds a lot of protein & calcium
  • if you are using it as a meal replacement then don’t be afraid to add a few calories ( yogurt, banana, fruit, milk, peanut butter, spinach, berries etc. )
  • if you like it thick like a milk shake use frozen fruit, (frozen bananas rock) and add lots of ice and no more than 8oz liquidFor a complete FAQ on Shakeology go to: http://faq.shakeology.comIf you are interested in doing a Shakeology Cleanse, please ask me for the 3-10 day Cleanse instructions as these tips do not apply for cleanse days.

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Shakeology Recipes

Chocolate Recipes

Almond Joy
1 scoop Choc Shakeology
1 cup coconut milk or water
1 tbls peanut butter or PB2
1/4 cup coconut meat ( optional ) 1/2 banana ( optional)
ice to taste

Breakfast Blast…awesome breakfast and great way to sneak in extra grains
1 scoop Shakeology
1 cup water or your favorite liquid
1/2 banana ( or berries)
1/2 cup cooked grain ( oats, quinoa etc.) 1 tbls peanut butter (optional)
1 tsp maple syrup, maple extract or honey

Salted Caramel Chocolate:
1 scoop Chocolate Shakeology
1 cup milk ( your choice type)
1 tsp. caramel extract
1 dash sea salt or Himalayan salt Ice to taste

Pecan Cinnamon Roll Shakeology:
1 scoop Chocolate Shakeology 1 cup almond milk
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
8 pecan halves ( optional) Ice to taste

No bake energy bites:
1 cup oatmeal
1/2 cup peanut butter (or nut butter)
1/3 cup honey or agave
1 cup coconut flakes
1/2 cup ground flaxseed
1⁄2 cup chopped nuts
1 scoop Chocolate Shakeology
1 tsp vanilla
Roll into balls or put into a pan, freeze & cut (store in freezer or fridge )

1. Heat your milk choice (almond/coconut ) 2. Add to blender any items you would like in your hot cocoa Ideas: cinnamon, 1⁄2 banana to sweeten, coffee, extracts like caramel or peppermint
3. add 1 scoop choc or vanilla Shakeology BLEND and ENJOY

Tropical Strawberry, Greenberry or Vanilla Recipes

Strawberry Cheesecake
1 scoop Shakeology
1 cup vanilla almond milk
1⁄2 cup frozen or fresh strawberries 1 Tblsp Sugar free instant pudding 1 square graham cracker
A dash of cinnamon ( to taste )

Tropical Strawberry Breeze
1 scoop Shakeology
1⁄2 cup fresh OJ & 1⁄2 cup water 1⁄2 cup frozen berries
1⁄2 cup plain greek yogurt
Ice to taste

Frozen Lemon Breeze
1 scoop Shakeology
1⁄2 cup Lemonade( I like Simply Lemon Raspberry)
1⁄2 cup water
Frozen raspberries
Ice to taste

1 scoop Shakeology 1 cup of water
1⁄2 cup frozen berries Ice to taste

** for flavor add cinnamon, vanilla extract, other extracts or seasonings ( no sugar)

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