As I mentioned in my last post, I’ve just spent a week on a cruise ship eating and drinking with reckless abandon. MealEnders could not have contacted me at a better time to ask if I’d try, and review their signaling lozenges.
I lost 40 or so pounds in my 20s and have maintained it ever since with a strict vegetarian diet and home workouts. I rarely fall off the wagon, and if I notice I’m starting to put on weight, I immediately adjust my diet and exercise… losing weight is hard work and it’s so much easier to maintain than to lose.
OK, so I had a fabulous time on the cruise—eating sit-down meals three times a day, ice cream in the afternoon, veggie burgers and fries at midnight, and drinking my way through the wine and martini lists. But when I got home, it was hard to get back to my usual austere diet and exercise habits.
Thank goodness four packages of MealEnders Signaling Lozenges were waiting for me at the post office! They have been brilliant in helping me to break my bad holiday habits and get back on the clean eating and exercise bandwagon :-)
I’ve been using MealEnders in 3 ways:
- To avoid seconds. I’d gotten used to eating big multi-course meals, so when I got home, I caught myself overeating, a lot.
- To replace dessert. I’d gotten into the habit of ending lunch with soft ice and butterscotch sauce, and dinner with a warm flourless chocolate cake, ice cream and a glass of dessert wine…. that’s definite no-go in day to day life.
- To avoid snacks. A slice of pizza here, some fries there… that cruise ship was bad for my figure! I generally avoid snacking, but I picked up some bad habits during my week at sea.
After working out and using MealEnders for the past two weeks, my bad habits have mostly been broken and my figure is back to its pre-cruise splendor. I wish I’d had these back when I had to lose those 40 pounds! Most of the times I’m prone to taking in extra calories, I’m not even hungry, so it’s been nice to have something purse-handy to recalibrate my taste buds.
About MealEnders Signaling Lozenges
MealEnders come in four flavors: Chocolate Mint, Mocha, Cinnamon, and Citrus. They’re low calorie, low fat, gluten free, and kosher, and they don’t contain any drugs, stimulants or herbs. Each lozenge is 15 calories and consists of a sweet outer layer, and a cool center that sort of tingles.
You can buy MealEnders online here. One bag of 25 lozenges is $14.95, or you can buy one or three month bundles at a slightly reduced rate.
A MealEnders Coupon Code
As a reader of Sage & Simple, you can save 20% off your order by entering MealEnders Coupon Code SAGE20 at checkout : -)
I think MealEnders are a great way to break bad eating habits, so I’m thrilled that in addition to offering a MealEnders coupon code that MealEnders has offered to do a giveaway for Sage & Simple readers!
Enter below for a chance to win four packages of MealEnders Signaling Lozenges. If you win, you’ll receive one 25 pack of each of the four flavors: Chocolate Mint, Mocha, Cinnamon, and Citrus. This is a value of nearly $60 :-)
The giveaway is open from Monday, June 29th until midnight EST on Wednesday, July 9th. I’ll randomly select a winner on July 10th!
The more you do, the more chances you have to win… Tweet this giveaway every day and get 3 entries for each Tweet : -)