X Protein Meal Replacement Shake

Orange County  Weight-Loss Chocolate Back in the day, most Mission Viejo diets were all about limiting calories. You’ve heard the equation: burn more than you consume. The Orange County medical community now has much more knowledge about the roles of protein, antioxidants, and carbohydrates in weight-loss.

MXI has developed an effective weight-loss protocol around the Xocai X Protein Meal Replacement Shake.

If you love chocolate shakes, this may be the Orange County weight-loss plan that will work for you. In the initial Xocai pilot study of the chocolate shake diet, participants replaced two meals a day with the Xocai Chocolate Shake.

For their ‘real meal’ the participants were instructed to eat a normal, well-balanced meal. The two meal replacement shakes contain all the protein, vitamins and antioxidants you need for the entire day. And, don’t forget, it contains Xocai dark chocolate. The chocolate dieters reported that they had energy, never felt hungry, and, best of all–they lost weight! The first Xocai Weight Loss Trial was an overwhelming success.

Here are some comments from the chocolate diet participants (as reported in the Winter 2011 issue of Prosper Magazine):

“I never felt deprived or grumpy. I felt energy, strength, motivation. I feel healthy!”

“The past 12 weeks have been an emotional journey for me, but I have made a lifestyle change for myself! I know that I will be fit for life with the help of the X Protein Wellness System.”

“The shake allowed me to stay within the guidelines of a healthy eating plan. In 11 weeks, I have lost 47 pounds.”

Some of the dieters lost 30 pounds or more. Have you ever thought of chocolate as a Mission Viejo diet food? The Xocai antioxidant chocolate shake is not a dessert. It has been carefully formulated to nourish your body and help you lose weight. When you have reached your goal weight, you can use the Xocai Meal Replacement Shake to maintain your new svelte self.

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