Jillian has invest in the company eboost and has been named their Chief Energy Officer.”
“EBOOST is redefining the energy drink industry with a responsible product that consumers can feel good about drinking,” says Michaels. “As a business woman, mother of two and athlete I was looking for something to help me boost my energy, performance and mental sharpness. EBOOST does all of these things naturally. I was thrilled when I discovered it and am excited to join the EBOOST team.”
Known for her health conscious ways, it was not a shock that Michaels refused to turn to traditional energy drinks known to contain questionable ingredients and less than desirable side effects. When she was introduced to EBOOST and learned that it provided both a natural boost derived from green tea, plus immunity support thanks to a vast supply of essential vitamins and minerals, she instantly incorporated the drink into her daily routine and felt compelled to get involved to help build the brand.
EBOOST is a premium, vitamin-infused drink that provides energy, immunity, recovery and focus. A responsible boost in an otherwise irresponsible category, EBOOST provides natural energy from green tea and the suggested daily allowance of essential vitamins and minerals. Offered in four delicious flavors including Super Berry, Orange, Pink Lemonade and Acai Pomegranate, EBOOST is available in effervescent powder packets and liquid shot form. For more information, please visit www.eboost.com.
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Jillian Michaels on Quitting Soda Cold Turkey
1. You’re going to feel awful for a bit, so buckle up. Keep focused on the benefits, and how better you will feel once these toxins are out of your body.
2. It may take up to a month
3. Find better alternatives like eboost for caffeine.
From Jillian’s Facebook page:
Don’t exercise on an empty stomach! When you do this you will have considerably less energy for your workout and you run the risk of cannibalizing your own muscle tissue. Your body needs a certain amount of sugar for fuel when training. When you don’t have available blood sugar or stored sugar in your muscles your body can convert your own muscle tissue into energy. Plus, the harder you train the more calories and fat you will burn and if you haven’t eaten you probably won’t have a very intense workout. So get yourself a little snack about an hour before you workout. Something with a little bit of carbs and protein. Like a whey shake or an apple with almond butter.