We were recently talking with a customer on the phone, who said he didn’t want to manage his weight until after the holidays. He said, “I’ll get back to it in January.”
We understand. The holidays are a time we want to enjoy. The holidays are also a great time to keep working towards your goals or set new ones. Let’s talk about a few ways that shouldn’t interfere too much with holiday fun--
First, make sure you’re getting 90 grams of protein a day (30 grams of high quality protein[i] three times a day). Customers tell us how much they love the taste of UNJURY® Protein products:
“I'm 3 days post-op from gastric sleeve procedure. I bought your chicken soup flavor, vanilla and unflavored protein powders. They all taste amazing! Best protein I have ever tasted! I am so picky and thought it would be a chore getting in my protein. I'm so pleased.”– Gigi
If you’re trying to lose those final few pounds before the end of the year, or simply trying to maintain during the holidays, that’s great as well. Whatever your goal is, UNJURY® can help you on your journey today. You don’t have to wait until January to start.
We have a few great suggestions for you:
1. Before going to events and gatherings, have a serving of UNJURY. You won’t be as hungry when the food is served, so it’s much easier to make smart choices.
2. Stock up now on protein, so you can meet your protein goals every day. Order UNJURY today, before holiday shipping times get longer, and winter weather snarls deliveries.
3. If you need extra support this holiday season, our UNJURY Cares Facebook Group and weekly Zoom Support Group Meetings are great resources. Join us Wednesday nights at 7 PM ET for expert advice, great discussions, and motivation.
“Thanks for having the free zoom weekly bariatric meetings, I find them to be very helpful. Keep up the good work!"- Anne
[i] You can’t buy a higher quality protein that the Whey Protein Isolate in UNJURY® Protein Products. Our powders all use whey protein that gets a perfect 100 PDCAAS score AND Whey is the best protein for leucine, which is critical for maintaining muscle.