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Garden of Life RAW Organic Fit™ High Protein for Weight Loss Coffee® -- 16 oz


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Garden of Life RAW Organic Fit™ High Protein for Weight Loss Coffee® -- 16 oz

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Garden of Life RAW Organic Fit™ High Protein for Weight Loss Coffee® Description

  • New & Improved / Smooth & Delicious
  • Burns Fat • Satisfies Hunger • Fights Cravings
  • Plant-Based
  • 28g Protein • Less than 1g Sugar
  • USDA Organic • Non-GMO Project Verified
  • Vegan • Gluten Free • Dairy Free • Soy Free
  • Kosher
  • Low GI - Glycemic Index
  • 160 Calories • 9g Fiber

RAW Organic Fit is a High Protein Plant Based shake designed to enhance your diet and exercise program, empowering you to lose weight and build lean muscle.

 

• Burn Fat - Organic Svetol® Green Coffee Bean Extract

 

• Fight Cravings & Satisfy Hunger - Organic Aswagandha and 9g Organic Fiber

 

• Build Muscle - 28g Complete Organic Plant Protein

 

• Easy To Digest - 3 Billion CFU Probiotics and 13 Enzymes


Directions

Suggested Use: Adults mix 1 level scoop in 10 ounces of water (scoop included). Delicious with unsweetened almond milk. Not intended for children.
Free Of
Gluten, GMOs, soy, dairy, tree nuts, added sugars, filler ingredients, artificial colors, flavors, sweeteners or preservatives.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Level Scoop (45 g)
Servings per Container: Approximately 10
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories160
   Calories from Fat20
Total Fat2 g5%
   Saturated Fat0 g
   Trans Fat0 g
   Polyunsaturated Fat1 g
   Monounsaturated Fat1 g
Sodium150 mg6%
Potassium90 mg3%
Total Carbohydrate11 g4%
   Dietary Fiber9 g36%
    Soluble Fiber2 g
    Insoluble Fiber7 g
   Sugars Less than1 g
Protein28 g56%
Vitamin A1500 IU30%
Vitamin C (naturally occurring)1.3 mg2%
Vitamin D1000 IU250%
Vitamin E30 IU100%
Vitamin K80 mcg100%
Calcium (naturally occurring)180 mg20%
Iron (naturally occurring)3 mg15%
Magnesium (naturally occurring)70 mg20%
Chromium120 mcg100%
Raw Certified Organic Protein Blend
(Organic Pea Protein, Organic Sprouted Brown Rice Protein, Organic Tapioca Fiber, Organic Chia Seed & Sprout, Organic Flax Seed & Sprout, Organic Cracked-Wall Chlorella, Organic Amaranth Sprout, Organic Quinoa Sprout, Organic Millet Sprout, Organic Buckwheat Sprout, Organic Garbanzo Bean Sprout, Organic Lentil Sprout, Organic Adzuki Bean Sprout, Organic Sunflower Seed Sprout, Organic Pumpkin Seed Sprout, Organic Sesame Seed Sprout)
41 g*
Raw Certified Organic Weight Loss & Stress Management Blend
Raw Organic Svetol® (Naturally Decaffeinated Green Coffee Bean Extract), Raw Organic Ashwagandha
700 mg*
Raw Certified Organic Glucose Management Blend
Organic Baobab Fruit, Organic Cinnamon, Organic Daikon Radish Sprout, Organic Alfalfa Sprout
330 mg*
Raw Probiotic & Enzyme Blend
[Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus plantarum] (3 Billion CFU)
Lipase, Protease, Aspergillopepsin, beta-Glucanase, Cellulase, Bromelain, Phytase, Lactase, Papain, Peptidase, Pectinase, Hemicellulase, Xylanase
53 mg*
Typicaly Amino Acid Profile (per 43g Serving)
Alanine1420 mg
Arginine2370 mg
Aspartic Acid3080 mg
Cystine340 mg
Glutamic Acid4710 mg
Glycine1220 mg
Histidine670 mg
Isoleucine *^1340 mg
Leucine *^2340 mg
Lysine *1780 mg
Methionine *450 mg
Phenylalanine *1540 mg
Proline1290 mg
Serine1490 mg
Threonine *980 mg
Tryptophan *290 mg
Tyrosine1220 mg
Valine *^1440 mg
*Essentiall Amino Acids
*^Branched Chain Amino Acids
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Organic arabica fair trade coffee, organic vanilla flavors, organic coffee flavor, organic stevia extract (leaf), sea salt.
Warnings

As with any dietary supplement, consult your healthcare practitioner before using this product, especially if you are pregnant, nursing, anticipate surgery, take medication on a regular basis or are otherwise under medical supervision.

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3 Tips for Starting Fresh (and Sticking With It!) in the New Year

Each January, millions of Americans vow to turn the new year into an opportunity for a fresh start. But after a few short weeks or months, the vast majority slide back into their bad habits

A 2007 British study of more than 3,000 people who made New Year's resolutions found that a disheartening 88 percent failed to keep them.

New Year Resolutions: 3 Tips for Making Them Stick

The fact that we struggle mightily to stick to resolutions should not surprise us, says Dr. Michelle Dossett, a staff physician and researcher at Massachusetts General Hospital's Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine in Boston.

"We wouldn't be making a resolution to change if it was easy to do, and something we had already succeeded at," she says.

However, it's important not to let those struggles overwhelm our determination to change. Beating ourselves up when we stumble only reinforces the negative feelings that keep us locked in bad habits.

Instead, take a more proactive – and positive – approach to failure, Dossett says.

"Each fall is an opportunity to learn valuable information that can help us increase our likelihood of success the next time around," she says.

Dossett says following three simple guidelines can increase the odds of success when making resolutions.

1. Make sure your goals are specific

Dossett says it is common for people making New Year's resolutions to set goals that are too vague.

For example, simply saying you want to be more fit "doesn't help you figure out how you will get to that place," she says.

Instead, you need a roadmap to get there. If your fitness plan involves joining the gym, which exercises will you do when you get there? What is your goal, and how will you measure your progress toward it?

One way to fight fuzzy goal-setting is to use the SMART system advocated by author and corporate consultant Beverly Flaxington. Writing in Psychology Today, she urges people to make resolutions that are:

  • Specific
  • Measurable
  • Achievable
  • Realistic
  • Time-bound

2. Plan changes that are realistic and sustainable

As Flaxington indicates, unrealistic ambitions are another major contributor to failed resolutions.

Dossett says creating unreasonable resolutions – such as wanting to lose 30 pounds in 30 days  –  is counterproductive. In addition, it's important to set goals that are sustainable over the long haul.

"Going on a crash diet or setting unrealistic expectations for exercise will be difficult to keep up after the first week or two," Dossett says.

3. Create a plan for dealing with negative feelings

No matter how motivated you are to reach a goal, obstacles will arise. Dossett says one of the biggest reasons people fail when setting resolutions is because they ignore the underlying issue that supports their bad habits and behaviors.

In many cases, the source of such troubles is simple everyday stress, she says.

"New Year's resolutions usually don't address the underlying stressors that contribute to the behaviors that we're trying to change," she says.

Dossett urges you to reflect on how you typically respond to stress. Then, learn tools and techniques that can help you respond to such pressures in a more positive and productive way.

For example, mind-body techniques -- such as meditation, yoga and tai chi -- can help you adapt to stressful circumstances in a more productive way than "simply reacting by reaching for that piece of candy, or deciding to sit in front of the TV," Dossett says.

Once you have calmed yourself, get rid of any remaining tension or anxiety through a more productive activity, such as going to the gym.

Although sticking with resolutions can be challenging, throwing in the towel should not be an option, Dossett says.

"Quitting means we'll never reach the goal," she says.

By contrast, learning from your failures and trying again and again "helps us to develop persistence and opens up the possibility for success," she says.

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