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The Special K Challenge: I’ve Lost Four Pounds So Far

As you know, a few weeks ago I began the Special K Challenge. I was super excited about the program because nothing beats a bowl of cereal… NOTHING. However, as I dove deeper into the program, I realized that the Special K Challenge isn’t just about cereal!! It’s about having a well-balanced meal plan which includes a variety of fresh fruit/veggies, lean proteins, and additional Kellogg’s products. How exciting!!

The Special K Challenge: I've Lost Four Pounds So Far

The Special K Challenge: I’ve Lost Four Pounds So Far

Don’t know where to start? Don’t worry! That’s what My Meal Plan is all about. There is NO THINKING in the Special K Challenge. Your entire schedule is mapped out which I love to pieces.

Did I follow it to a T?

No – sometimes life happened and I wasn’t able to mock the exact format of the online plan. However, I always got back on track with ease because the Special K Challenge is designed to be a BREEZE.

I am so happy to say that I lost 4 pounds. Woot! Woot! I also went to the gym a few times each week as this is part of my new year / new rear plan for 2012. 🙂 That combo was exactly what my body needed to jump start my weight loss – and I am so so so so happy. Feels good to be doing something healthy for a change.

Ready To Give It A Shot?

Consult your physician before starting any diet or exercise program. Average weight loss when replacing meals with two cereal meals is 4.8 pounds. Weight loss may vary. Average waist circumference reduction when replacing meals with two cereal meals is 1.3 inches. Weight loss may vary.

Disclosure: I participated in this program through a partnership with TheMotherhood on behalf of Special K. I received product and supplies to complete the plan. All opinions and statements are based on my own opinion and experience.

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Tuesday 17th of January 2012

love the dinner idea!

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