Tag Archives: fast womens weight loss

Weight Loss Recipe: Super-Seed Power Breakfast

Harness the health-boosting chi of seeds in this delicious, easy and energizing power breakfast. Packed with pound purging fiber, cholesterol cutting omega 3 fatty acids, phytosterols, vitamins and minerals, this warming bowl of oats ‘n seeds will not only satisfy your tummy but will also release a steady stream of good energy throughout your busy morning. You can make things… Read More

REAL SLIMQUICK® Pure Story – Nikki

Real SLIMQUICK® Pure Customer Stories  Nicole Blatkewicz   Hi:) I have lost 30lbs on slimquick pure regular strength:) I just purchased the extra strength pure, is it much stronger then the regular? Thanks Nikki first reached out to us in April of 2014 on Facebook, curious about our extra strength caplets.  She notified us that she had lost 30lbs with SLIMQUICK®… Read More

Could Extra Flab Give You the Flu?

When you first wake up with that nasty sore throat, stuffy nose or hacking cough that you’ve been trying so desperately to avoid all winter, it’s hard not to go on an angry mental hunt of who-dunnit. Was it that coughing lady on the bus who never bothered to cover her mouth? How could your sniffling cubicle buddy have the… Read More

Slimquick Pure Do It Yourself Recipe: Nut Butter

Everyone knows that nut butters are good for you. Okay maybe not everyone, and maybe not if you eat the whole entire jar – but nut butters in general are great for you. Why? Because has a great source of healthy fat, nut butters are a tasty way to prevent inflammation, stay satisfied (ie.keep hunger at bay) and to actually… Read More

Slimming Down your Coffee

I have been receiving quite a few ladies who are on the 25 Pound Challenge regarding if they can still have coffee while on SLIMQUICK. This is not as as simple of an answer as you may home, unfortunately. I myself need my morning java to finally “wake up” and get ready for the day, I have since been attempting… Read More

What is a BMR (Basal Metabolic Rate)?

Many people don’t outright ask: “Hey, what is my Basal Metabolic Rate?” However, I think that most people should. Actually, a lot of people do ask this question – but just in a more indirect way.   Asking: “How many calories should I be consuming in a day?” is pretty much the same thing as asking what your BMR is.… Read More