Thursday, June 6, 2013


Husband came to me the other night really excited about some supplements he had been researching. Now, so far I'm usually not happy with supplements. I know that "diet pills" are a myth. That there really aren't any magic pills that will help you lose weight without any work.

I get that. 

The problem is that right now, I really need a boost. I don't look at pills to do all the work for me, but if there are supplements that help boost my diet and workouts then I want to go for it. Besides, we are supposed to see an improvement in 3 weeks. So, after that time we can say "no go" if they haven't done much to help. I double checked my measurements today (and weight) just in case I've had a drop in inches/weight since my Saturday Record day. My weight is at 270.4 (yay), but I didn't see any difference in inches yet. So, we will stick with my last recorded. 

I want to talk about the products specifically on here, so I can record how it works or doesn't work for me. I'm curious to see what the side effects might be, if any, and generally how I feel taking them. If anyone ever decides to read this blog, maybe they will find usual information/reviews about this to help them make the decision.

Plus, considering how overweight I am, I am really curious to see if these supplements work. Sometimes I wonder if supplements are only meant for people already close to their fitness goals or just trying to truly 'lean up'. I really hope these work for me.

On to the products: 

EvoLean is a non-stimulant (instead using green tea extract) product and only has 4 ingredients. The reviews all across the web are super high for it. Hubby and I have heard radio commercials about it and he did some extensive research on it. We found it at our local GNC. It is a little pricey, $70 a bottle (1 month supply), but if it works like it's supposed too then it's worth it to me. 

The main focus is to help burn fat - it's a thermogenic. 

Censor is a toning supplement made up of "good" oils for the body.It mainly focuses on helping to reduce belly fat (YAY!). It has Omega 3, 6 and 9. Yes, part of the ingredients include Fish Oil. This is really good for me, since I hate fish of any kind. It's also a little pricey at $50 a bottle.

Fortunately, GNC had a combo package deal, which helped with cost. B/c besides the combo pack, they had a buy 1 get the 2nd half off special. So, Hubby and I were able to each get a pack to try them out.

Also, come to find out today Hubby has lost a total of 30 lbs and is only 17 lbs away from his goal. *stun* While I am extremely happy for him, it just reminds me of my short fallings. I haven't even crossed the 20 lbs lost line and I still have about 130 lbs overall to lose. Such a long way for me to go. But he is supportive and I'm not giving up. 

Water: 10 glasses
Workout: Water Rower (3:30 min), 25 sit-ups 
  • Breakfast: Slimfast Protein Shake - 4 pts
  • Lunch: Peanut Butter (Reduced Fat)/Jelly Sandwich (Low Sugar), FF Pringles - 9
  • Dinner: KFC Chicken bites (3), Potato wedges - 10 pts
  • Snack: Chocolate Almond milk (8 oz), Rice Cake - Popcorn flavor (4) - 4 pts
Total pts: 27

1 comment:

  1. Hi, how's the result so far? Good? Any side effects?