The DRIVEN NOW Plan of Action –
Weight Loss Protocol
- Upon Rising: Within 15-30 minutes from waking up in the morning, prepare your single-scoop of BodyDRIVE in 16 oz. (2-cups) of ice-cold water. Drink ¼ of it followed by 1-2 SkinnyDRIVE wafers and the remaining BodyDRIVE all within 5 minutes, and start enjoying super nutrition to start your day.
- AM Snack: For a morning snack, if needed, enjoy half of an organic apple, banana, or avocado with 8 oz. (1-cup) of water.
- 15 minutes prior to lunch: enjoy 1 SkinnyDRIVE wafer followed by ¼ – ½ scoop of BodyDRIVE in 12 oz. (1 ½ – cups) of ice-cold water.
- LUNCH: Eat an organic green leafy salad with balsamic vinegar and cold pressed virgin olive oil, if desired, along with other half of you morning snack fruit or a low calorie meal, high in protein, low in fats.
- AFTERNOON SNACK: when needed, enjoy a ½ – cup of whole raw unsalted almonds with 8 oz. (1-cup) of water.
- 15 minutes prior to Dinner: enjoy 1 SkinnyDRIVE wafer followed by ¼ – ½ scoop of BodyDRIVE in 12 oz. (1 ½ -cups) of ice-cold water.
- DINNER: Enjoy a small portion of grilled or baked organic chicken breast, wild salmon, or wild halibut, green leafy organic salad with organic tomatoes and a ½-cup of cooked quinoa or rice. Drink only water.
- 30 minutes after dinner: take a moderate 30 minute walk, if able.
- Before bedtime: enjoy 1 SkinnyDRIVE wafer with 8 oz. (1-cup) of water.
Repeat this simple plan of action for 10-days and DRIVE YOURSELF to new highs and weight loss success! Enjoy and blessings on your journey.
Following the DRIVEN NOW Action Plan for the entire 10-days will consume a maximum of 15 servings of BodyDRIVE and 50 SkinnyDRIVE wafers. The remaining BodyDRIVE and SkinnyDRIVE should then be used in a maintenance plan of a single-scoop of BodyDRIVE in 16 oz. (2-cups) of ice-cold water every morning and a SkinnyDRIVE wafer followed by 12 oz. (1- ½ cups) of ice-cold water 15 minutes prior each meal.
Note: Prior to embarking on any exercise program or weight loss program, please consult your physician if you feel you may be at risk.