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Our Complete Nutrition customers who have agreed to share their Citrine™ journey have finished their second week. This week can be the hardest to stay motivated, so read and watch how they stayed strong and moved past their struggles. Nancy Kansas Brian Nebraska Brian says he’s been feeling pretty good throughout this week, however, he’s been dealing with some vertigo this…

See how Jim felt during his second week of being on  Citrine™ and following the 21-Day Challenge. He’s been traveling for work while fighting a head cold, but he’s still going strong with his progress and working towards his goals!   Read about Jim’s goals and how he felt during week one here. The post Jim Heidenreich: Week Two appeared first on…

Check out our Complete Nutrition customers who have agreed to share their Citrine™ journey for the next 21 days. Read and watch how each person has been feeling the first week since beginning Citrine™! Jen Iowa Janae Illinois Janae is feeling like she has daylong energy and clear thinking. During her workouts, she now feels like she can push herself a little…

Complete Nutrition’s CEO, Jim, is full-force in his Citrine 21 Day Challenge. He’s beginning to increase his training in preparation for running a full marathon in May and his physique competition in June. Learn about how he feels while on Citrine and the struggles he’s been facing with changing his diet and fitness regimen in order to reach his goals. “I…

Meet some of Complete Nutrition’s customers who are excited to share their journey while using Citrine™ over the next 21 days. Stay tuned at the CN F.U.E.L. Blog to keep up to date with their journey! Rudy Iowa Rudy was the winner of Complete Nutrition’s 2015 Transformation Challenge. Shortly after winning, he went back to school to obtain his paramedic…

Follow along with Jim Heidenreich (CEO of Complete Nutrition) and others as they begin their Citrine 21 Day Challenge. The CN F.U.E.L blog is your place to follow their journey with Citrine and to find inspiration and motivation by the changes they’re making. Here you can learn about Jim’s goals, how he feels while using Citrine, and the struggles he faces during this…

It’s common knowledge alcohol can cause weight gain. It has 7 calories per gram which is closer to that of fat (9 calories per gram) than carb and protein (4 calories per gram). Alcohol also inhibits fat burning and can reduce gains from strength training. To top it off, alcohol lowers our inhibitions and increases appetite. Consider these simple tips if…

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