3 Reasons Why You Should Participate In A Nutrition Challenge

I think we can all agree that nutrition is an important element to health and wellbeing. And, improving the way you eat can sometimes feel like a lonely road, considering the numerous temptations surrounding us. Going through change with a group increases motivation and accountability and success. We share ideas, cheer each other on, and encourage one another through the loneliest of moments. Together, we can achieve more. Many of us rely on sugars, processed foods, and starches to get through our day. These foods taste good. These foods are temporarily satisfying. These foods are convenient! However, these foods can also lead to addictions, disease, disrupt our hormone balance, and deter us from foods with more nutritional value. Eliminating potentially irritating and inflammatory foods for just 40 days can greatly shift your awareness of what you put in your mouth. Forty days is enough to create lasting change in your habits. What if you could rid yourself of cravings and reduce toxins, while gaining a greater appreciation of where your food comes from and how it’s prepared? What would that mean to you to better nourish your body and mind? Benefits often include: more energy, greater focus, weight-loss, clear skin, GI healing, autoimmune relief and a deeper connection to your food. Three reasons why you should participate in a nutrition challenge:
  1. Performance! It’s not just about better food choices. Better food choices can lead to better life performance and overall wellbeing.
  2. Community! The yoga community is strong. Why not use that strength to improve your nutrition habits as well? Support, help, tips and encouragement are easy to find if you REACH OUT!
  3. Friendly competition! Make your 40 Days to Personal Revolution FUN.
Screen Shot 2015-01-15 at 11.22.49 AMIf you are new to a junk-free way of eating, there’s no better time to give it a try. If you’ve been eating a “real foods”style for quite some time, but have allowed some inflammatory foods to creep back in, this is your chance to get back on track. Or, maybe it’s time to fine-tune –there’s always room for improvement. Ready to take part? Start 2015 off right. The Baptiste Institute is launching a 40 Days Nutrition Challenge beginning January 26, 2015. This challenge is an awesome opportunity to make the jump, dedicate and learn more about yourself, and establish positive habits all with the support of OTHERS! Don’t take the road alone, do something for YOU and have fun with friends and family at the same time. **Sign up by January 25, 2015 to ensure you are part of this challenge. Once the challenge begins, the app will not allow you to join. Follow these steps to join the Baptiste Institutes 40 Days Nutrition Challenge: 1. Download the app on iPhone or on Android phone. Search for "40 Days Nutrition Challenge." 2. Select Join Challenge. 3. Find Baptiste 2015. 4. Select View beside the group Baptiste 2015. 5. Select Join. [Downloading the app is free; in-app purchases are required to participate.] 6. Enroll others to join you! By completing this challenge, you have the chance to be entered into a draw to win prizes! Visit our app website for more information, helpful tips and a schedule of live Facebook Q&A sessions throughout this challenge. 
About Shannon Doleac Shannon Doleac is a Nutrition Coach and owner of Primal Peak, LLC. Shannon’s interest in food and nutrition began during her career as a young gymnast. What foods would properly fuel the body, help with recovery and support a lean, athletic look were questions she thought about at an early age. Shannon’s Philosophy: Food should be fun! It should taste great, be satisfying, unite your friends and family and most importantly, food should support your health! Our bodies function, perform and thrive as a result of the NUTRIENTS we give it. It is Shannon’s belief that we can’t outsmart nature when it comes to nutrients and thus our foods should be those sourced closest to the Earth.
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