We're so happy to have you join us in our BouGie Quest to BEE your best self this year!
Make sure you take advantage of all WEBMD offers. It's free and educational. And, WEBMD cheers you on along the way. You can't beat that! Here's a link to a great WEBMD resource *The Food Planner* You're definitely going to need this:
Each week we'll post our goals/gains/set backs here. If you need to post them daily feel free. We'll respond and help you as much as possible.
Keys to fitness and hair growth:
1. Eat PLENTY of veggies and fruits
2. Drink LOTS of water
3. Get your healthy proteins EX: Salmon, Chicken, Tofu, Nuts, Peanut Butter, Egg Whites, Milk, Nuts
4. Exercise twice a day, if possible, and within your tolerance level. Ex: a brisk walk in the morning before breakfast. In the evening try light weights to help you tone. Please check with your Doctor and get your workout routine for your challenge from WebMD. It's Free.
5. Use the BouGie Natural Day Serum in the morning. Use the Night Serum at Night.
6. Take 2 BouGie Natural Hair Vitamins daily.
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