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The Inside Scoop: Infinite30 program pros & cons — and a discount!

I dropped 10 pounds in a week and that is amazing and exciting and I feel incredible. But then from yesterday to when I weighed this morning… I was only down 2 ounces. I am still losing, but it has slowed down, which is honestly expected after the first week. I know some people may have a hard time with that, but it’s reality. 

I have had a ton of people message me wanting more details — so here you go. 

First and foremost, I am NOT a spokesperson for the company. I don’t work for them — I am just someone who is doing the program for a second time and I honestly believe it works as it is the ONLY thing that has ever worked for me. 

Infinite 30 is a weight loss program that introduces lifestyle changes while addressing hormonal imbalances in your body. Over the first month of the program, you focus on losing weight, using proven, established weight-loss strategies. Research shows that for many Infinite30 clients, significant weight loss is a key first step on their wellness journey. 

Members follow a strict, safe diet plan — that means you get a list of approved foods — meats, fruits, and vegetables. It is easy for me because I basically only eat chicken, and that is of course approved. So is ground beef and ground turkey along with about a dozen other things including seafood (yuck!). 

For vegetables, you get things like asparagus, cucumbers, spinach, onions, tomatoes, celery, and a couple of other things. For fruits, that means strawberries, oranges, and apples. 

The program, which comes with a food journal and yummy recipes, teaches you that you can’t cook with fatty oils and butters and instead you use vinegar and lemon juices. You also cut out added sugar — but that’s an easy fix once you discover the world of stevia! 

You get 8-12 of each category, meat, fruit, vegetables a day, whether that’s breakfast, lunch, and dinner, or snacks in between — as long as that is your total for the day. One of the biggest things for me is learning how much extra I eat. At first when I saw 3 oz of steak and veggies — I was thinking that’s a kid’s serving — but in reality, it’s all I need. We overeat SO much because the portion sizes we are used to are out of control. 

In addition to the foods we eat, the other focus of the program is hormone imbalance. After 3 kids, I ended up having to have a hysterectomy. As you can imagine, my hormones were out of whack. I knew that until I got that in check — it would be impossible to lose weight doing any method or diet. 

Infinite30 teaches you about the 7 hormones that can prevent you from losing weight and helps to manage those hormones with supplements. The all-natural supplements you take with lunch and dinner targets this part of your body and helps to reduce stress — preventing you from stress eating! For me, this is why Infinite30 is my go-to weight loss program. This is why it works and makes sense to me. It isn’t just about better choices and healthier foods. It addresses the key components of your body that is causing you to gain weight in the first place. Also— once you discover Relora— your life will NEVER be the same, I promise! 

It isn’t all sunshine and rainbows. Infinite30 is tough. It takes dedication and time management. I have to meal prep. Our house is a circus and the kids have 100 different things to do during the week and our schedules never stop. So Sundays are crucial for me to carve out time to meal prep for the week and plan out what I am going to do so I can stay on track. 

Temptation is REAL. This week, I subbed at an elementary school, and guess what was on the menu— buffalo chicken nachos. If you know ANYTHING about me at all, you know buffalo chicken dip is my weakness of all weaknesses. So not eating that and sticking to my cucumbers and the cold steak was HARD… but I did it. 

A week into the program, and it’s getting tough to keep eating the vegetables. I know they are part of that whole pyramid thing you learn in health class in school —- but eating them every single day is just yuck. But you have to, and I know it. 

Another con of the program is that it is expensive. I won’t lie to you. It is NOT cheap. But I promise it is worth it. Mandy Holland Laws and Infinite30 Franklin & Clayton offer payment programs and other options to help make it affordable for our community. She already has the program priced well below what other locations in big cities charge because she genuinely wants to help our community. But I talked to her. I told her that a bunch of you guys have reached out to ask me questions, which I am always happy to answer, and many of you talked about how paying for it is a challenge.

 So I worked some charm and I convicted Mandy to offer my readers a 10% discount on the entire program!! It may not be much — but it is something and might just be the little added bonus you need to get started! So if you are interested, give her a call. And if you decide to do it, tell her you have seen it on The Southern Scoop and you will get the discount — easy as that!! 

Thank you guys so much for following me on this journey!! My next article on this will be my tips and tricks to staying successful as well as sharing with you my favorite recipe from the program!! 

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