Is that a word?
My computer doesn’t seem to think so.
Or maybe I have just misspelled it?
But you know what I mean, right?
A healthista is to health as a fashionista is to fashion and a barista is to coffee?
Nah, that doesn’t seem right. A barista is to bars?
We are gathered together today to talk about getting healthier. This coming from the gal who just returned from a ten day trip where I ate everything that didn’t eat me first. I better be talking about getting back into that skin-tight denim skirt I wore on Wednesday. Check it out for a good giggle, here.
The good folks at Chobani recently introduced their newest Greek yogurt line, “Simply 100 Crunch” and I wanted to share my opinion of it with you.
And this even before I published pics of that denim skirt outfit!
They must have known I was going to over indulge while I was out of town.
So, today I got back on track.
I have been doing Beachbody’s “21 Day Fix” this spring, when I have been home – been on three trips and had the flu. But I am home to stay for the next three weeks+ and I am going to work on finding my Beachbody. The first thing I did, after receiving the email inviting me to try Chobani’s “Simply 100 Crunch”, was contact my Beachbody coach Casey to ask her how to count my yogurt in the “21 Day Fix” eating program. Would it be a protein? A carb? Would it count as a blue container or a red?
Casey said that plain Greek yogurt can be counted as a protein. But this “Simply 100 Crunch” Greek yogurt is a little fancier and a whole lot more delicious than the plain stuff. It has “an indulgent sidecar of natural, crunchy ingredients for the ultimate yogurt experience” using naturally sweetened, non-GMO ingredients. All of which equates to a whole lot more pizzazz for a measly 100 calories. So not only was I adding protein to my diet, but I was adding flavor and taste, too.
When did I sample Chobani “Simply 100 Crunch Greek Yogurt Blueberry Cookie Crumble” (even that name is tasty)?
And to be honest, I tried the “Simply 100”, too.
Let’s call that brunch.
Even if I did eat them at the same time.
Shh, don’t tell Casey.
And I licked both containers clean.
And across the state in Houston, my baby sister tried some “Simply 100”, too.
Another satisfied customer.
And I think you will be, too.
Visit chobani.com to learn more about all of the Chobani products and for figure-friendly recipes using Chobani yogurt.
If you would like to join me in finding (in my case) or polishing up (in your case) your Beachbody, please feel free to contact Casey to chat about your health and fitness goals! You can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit her website at www.teambeachbody.com/caseyrooney.
Tell her that Leslie sent you.
The social media team at Chobani shared this great graphic illustrating ten easy ways to burn 100 calories.
My favorite is shopping for 38 minutes. Heck, I can do that all day long and just stay replenished and fortified by eating Chobani “Simply 100 Crunch” during those long walks from one end of the mall to the other.
Coincidentally, you might have heard something about Chobani in the news this week. Founder Hamdi Ulukaya announced Tuesday that he will award his full-time employees with an ownership stake in the company. The announcement came as a surprise to most of the company’s employees. In addition, “ten percent of Chobani profits go to charity. One-third of its workforce is made up of refugees. And an employee ownership grant was always part of Ulukaya’s dream plan.” [source]
You can’t help but get a good taste in your mouth with Chobani.
Hope you will give Chobani a try.
Hugs and kisses,