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Struggle no more with Skoop.

The struggle to maintain good health is getting easier with diet and exercise. I have been trying meditation and yoga to help me get back to good health. I also started drinking Skoop at least two or three times a week replacing them for a heavy meals. I am not going to lie to you, it is hard to get into a routine when you have a young family and a busy schedule. The good news, I did it!  By drinking Skoop, I lowered my sugar intake, chloesterol and blood pressure.  My doctor was happy with my recent blood test results. She is a wonderful caring physician and we have been together 12 years. She loved my blood test results this time around. My sugar levels are much, much better than before and she told me to keep up the good work. Yay!!!
My kids and the husband are not yet on board with the Skoop because they are big meat eaters. I am hoping to change them this summer after they see how well I am doing on Skoop.  

My secret weapon is Skoop, which is a plant based protein that blends well with fruit and veggies. I also use almond milk and a little Nutella. It helps prevent high sugar levels and getting sick from them. This super food powder travels well and there is no need to get fancy with ingredients just add a little almond milk. 

If you are struggling with sugar levels and health issues then try Skoop as a snack. Next, try it as a meal replacement. To start, do not go over board. Start using the product in moderation. Remember Rome was not built in one day. I am taking it slow and trying out different ways of adding Skoop to my meal planning so I can stick with it. I am not going to lie, my skin looks better and I feel lighter.  Most importantly, others are starting to notice. 

Disclaimer: Skoop mailed me samples to review 90 days ago. My doctor took blood tests 30 days ago and confirmed a better sugar level for me. I do not give medical advice. This is my personal experience. All thoughts and ideas are all my own. Consult with your medical doctor if you have any questions.  


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