It’ll be two weeks on Wednesday until I’m jetting off to Greece to spend the week by a pool. Picture a cocktail in hand and a book in the other and that’ll be me! The weather has been horrible this month and I’ve been crazy busy at work, so it couldn’t come at a better time. We booked this holiday back in January and it feels like it’s been a long time coming. We’re going to a 5* adult only resort to celebrate James' brothers 30th birthday and you know what? I can’t bloomin’ wait!
As you all know, I’ve been focusing on my health and fitness a lot this year and I’m still making great progress. I feel the best I have in years and I’m finally getting to a place where I want to be. But with the holiday so close I feel like I need a push. So, for 2 and half weeks I’ll giving Exante another go. I tried it before my holiday last year and felt great! For this week I’m only going to replace my lunchtime meal and keep having healthy and nutritional meals in the evening and fruit for breakfast. But the week before I may go all out and replace all of my meals, I’m going to see how I feel after this week. Keep on reading if you'd like to know more about Exante and the products they offer...
For those who aren’t aware of Exante, the brand has recently transitioned from being a range of ‘diet’ products to focus more on health, nutrition and weight management – rather than the traditional weight loss and low calorie diet plans. Each product is packed full of vitamins and minerals, alongside being a great way to introduce an added boost of protein to your day or exercise plans. This makes the range perfect for people looking to up their health game or wanting to try something like a 5:2 diet plan.
I’ve noticed a real improvement in variety of products since I last tried this. It’s always nice to see a brand try to better itself and keep pushing for improvements for what it produces. They have a great range of products such as soups, bars, pancakes and shakes which are right up my street. They do have ‘main meals’ as well, such as spaghetti, curries and sausages but the thought of eating that in packet form makes me feel a little queezy However, they’ve bought out ready meals now which are a lot more appealing and I’m looking forward to trying one of those.
I’ve done my measurements and my noted my weight so I’m good to go. I’ll be posting about this on Twitter and my health & fitness Instagram if you’d like to see what I’m eating and my thoughts. I will be doing a follow up post after the two weeks are up, wish me luck!
Have you tried any Exante products? What are your thoughts?
(Just heads up, they have 60% off some products for a limited time)