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Sakara January Reset details

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Sharing the details about the Sakara January reset and what to expect.  Hi friends! How’s the week going for you? I’m definitely feeling the pressure of the last-minute scramble. I got a lot finished early this year, but still find myself with the tiny things left on the to-do list. I’m really trying to get…
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Sharing the details about the Sakara January reset and what to expect. 

Hi friends! How’s the week going for you? I’m definitely feeling the pressure of the last-minute scramble. I got a lot finished early this year, but still find myself with the tiny things left on the to-do list. I’m really trying to get through everything over the next couple of days so I can lower the stress level a bit for Christmas.

If you’re feeling like me, and already looking forward to January, I thought I’d share the details of the Sakara reset if you’d like to join in.

There are a LOT of resets/detoxes/cleanses floating around this time year, and this is one of my very favorites. I’ve had a taste of their reset programs multiple times, and am really looking forward to nourishing Sakara eats, especially after the holidays and a Disneyland trip!

I’ll be sharing more in an upcoming post with my wellness/healing plan, but here’s a bit of what I’m doing as we head into the new year:

Sakara reset, followed by a 14-day Dr. Cabral detox to open up liver pathways, straight into the CBO protocol

– I’ll do a full post on the CBO protocol, but in a nutshell, when I started to do some digging and functional testing with my eye issues and allergies, I learned that as expected, my gut health is completely out of whack. I have major candida, yeast, and bacterial overgrowth, which could be contributing to my inflammation and allergies.

With these results, for a client, I would recommend a detox to open up liver pathways (along with pre-protocol support), into the CBO protocol. This protocol is designed to kill the *bad* bacteria in the gut, rebuild the beneficial bacteria, and heal/seal the gut wall. It’s 12 weeks, and I knew there was NO way I was going to attempt it over the holidays and the avalanche of family birthdays. I figured I’d wait until January, when I could really commit to the eating plan and healing. I’ll definitely share more about the entire process.

As far as Sakara goes, this is a treat I order for myself each month. It’s packed with nourishing, organic eats that I didn’t have to cook, and the meals are always beautiful, filling, and vibrant. Of course, they’re doing a little something special for the new year!

Sakara January Reset details

Here’s how the Sakara January reset works:

– You can choose between one of two plans: the Burn program (which is geared more towards weight loss), and the Balance program (a flexible program to rejuvenate your body and come back to balance).

Here are the differences between the two programs:

BURN
  • 3 weeks
  • More of a prescriptive plan if you need guided support
  • Includes clean protein breakfasts, nutritionally-designed lunches and dinners, proteins + super greens powder, the Burn program digital guidebook
BALANCE
  • 4 weeks
  • More of a customizable reset
  • Includes nutritionally-designed breakfast, lunches, and dinners
  • Beverage add-ons
  • Sweet treat add-ons

Both plans include one month access to Pvolve (LOVE!), a Pvolve resistance band, and a luxe and comfy Sakara sweatshirt. (I have two Sakara sweatshirts and wear them constantly. I’m so pumped for the new one!)

They recommend the BURN program if it’s your first time trying Sakara, and the BALANCE plan fro repeat customers.

I personally recommend the Balance program no matter what; you get more *food* (instead of just the shakes for breakfast) and their breakfasts are so, so good. I’ll typically add a hard-boiled egg or breakfast sausage for a bit more protein.

(you’re going to love the Pvolve workouts, too!)

Benefits of Sakara:

I’ve been a huge fan of Sakara for years, and you can read my full review post here. The best part is that they use organic ingredients, everything is gluten-free and vegan, and they use superfoods and fun ingredients I wouldn’t necessarily buy to make one recipe. I feel like these meals are a true treat, instead of just a checkbox for the day; I always look forward to them.

Sakara discount code:

If you’ve been wanting to try Sakara, you can click here and use my code XOGINAH for 20% off sitewide. Cost was one of the factors that held me back from trying Sakara, so I’m so pumped to be able to offer a discount for reader friends. You can check it out here!! Even if you decide not to do a full reset, you can just do a three-day shipment to try it out and see how you like it. (I recommend the breakfast + lunch combo because daytime meals can be tricky! This way, if you have kids, you can have dinner with the fam but daytime eats are ready to go.)

Have a lovely afternoon and I’ll see ya in the morning with a new podcast episode!
xoxo

Gina

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