Whether you want to believe it or not, over 60% of Americans are considered overweight or obese. Not to poke fun at anyone, but look around you. Look to your left. Look to your right. What I’m saying isn’t so farfetched, right? How much does this obesity epidemic cost us annually? According to statistics, between $147 billion (low estimate) and around $210 billion (high estimate). It doesn’t just end there. Chronic illness due to poor lifestyle choices can lead to poor productivity at work. While you might think about using sick days, what if you run out? Or what if you’re in sales and due to your illness or disease, you’re unable to go out and make sales? How much of a hit is your income going to take? Or worst-case scenario, you get fired due to absenteeism. Then what? I hear it quite often, that “healthy food” is expensive. Maybe, but that depends on what you’re comparing it to. If you do the math, eating healthy isn’t expensive – getting sick is.
How much is your health worth?
If you could minimize your chance of illness or disease by changing some of your lifestyle choices, would you? Rather than investing in fancy watches and nice cars, what if you invested in yourself and your health? What good is a fancy car or watch if you can’t leave the house or you’re stuck in a hospital bed with a life-threatening illness? I’m not trying to scare you. I’m simply trying to make you understand. You lose everything when you don’t have your health. Do you know someone, maybe a friend or relative, who is currently battling cancer? What if that were you? Would you be able to stay positive and fight?
The time is now to make the necessary changes to your lifestyle. We all think we are invincible, until we aren’t. We all think it won’t happen to us, until it does. Your health doesn’t just affect you, but also those around you – your friends… your family. Eating healthy isn’t expensive in the grand scheme of things. Exercising for 30 minutes, five days a week isn’t a lot of time – that’s 150 minutes to be exact. That’s all it takes to help minimize your risk and help improve your health. Are you willing to commit yourself to making changes to your lifestyle, starting with your fitness and nutrition?
Just as much as price matters to you, source matters to us
It’s important to focus on your health and nutrition. Take in as many whole foods as possible to give your body all the nutrients it needs to function properly and keep you healthy. And sure, you’re going to pay a little extra for something fresh versus canned or even frozen… but it’s worth it. And comparing healthy food to the convenience of a fast food restaurant is like comparing a steak to eating mud. Drastic difference in quality and nutrients.
But, what if there was a way to supplement your health and keep costs down? That’s where Clean Meal truly shines. One bag, 14 meals, $70+ saved compared to purchasing all of the ingredients on your own. Not only that, but there’s no need to cut, chop, cook, slice, etc. How much is your time worth to you? Clean Meal saves you both time and money, proving that eating healthy isn’t expensive.
Clean Meal was specifically formulated to supplement your current nutrition plan and offer you a convenient way to take in real food ingredients by simply scooping, mixing, and drinking. It’s fast… fresh… food… at a low cost. This meal replacement is loaded with all of your essential vitamins and minerals and is made up of 11 healthy fruits and vegetables as well as high-quality grass-fed whey protein isolate.
I’d say the proof is in the pudding, but it’s honestly in the sourcing. Nutrient-dense foods are what you should be consuming. Clean Meal is a meal replacement that can help you change your lifestyle and get you closer to reaching your health and fitness goals. We supply the nutrients, you supply the dedication.
The greatest wealth is health. And when you lose it, you can’t buy it back.