September 2011 Newsletter

Let’s Get Healthier!

 September 2011 Newsletter

In this newsletter you will find:

Let’s Cleanse This Fall!!:  Here are some cleansing/detox tips to help flush out all the FUN you had this summer!

Hillsborough Patch Story on Fitness by Hillarie . . . see link to article below.

Fitness by Hill Bootcamps continue in Hillsborough –Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings from 6:00-7:00 a.m. and Wednesday evenings from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.  Registration and details about bootcamp below!

Saturday September 17th, 2011 — TEST Sports Club @ 1931 Washington Valley Road in Martinsville, NJ  — GRAND RE-OPENING!  Details below!

Pink Determination Flapjack Fundraiser:  At Applebee’s Restaurant on Sunday, September 18th, 2011.  Details below!

22nd Annual Heel to Heal Walk:  Takes place on Sunday, September 25th @ at Johnson Park in Piscataway, NJ. Details below!

Rocky is still losing . . . read more about my latest “Biggest Loser” who is now down 71 lbs! Read more below!

Local Business Plugs – see new additions!


Let’s Cleanse This Fall!!:  Following a “cleansing” plan (also known as a detox diet) is a great way to start your fall season.  These cleansing plans are designed to help our bodies rid themselves of excess toxins and fats, as well as excess water (bloating).  Although we breathe toxins in the air every day, most of the toxins in our bodies come from the foods we eat, the beverages we drink, and also the medicines we take (prescription or over-the-counter medicines).  Remember, everything we consume (good or bad) gets processed through our digestive system – and then gets disbursed throughout the body.   And when our bodies are overloaded with these toxins, we tend to feel sluggish and tired, unmotivated and sometimes anxious or even depressed.  Because of the imbalance in our bodies caused by this burden of toxins, we are also faced with cravings for junk foods and carbohydrates – and we often experience mood swings.  It would be so much easier to jump start your fitness plan (diet and exercise program) by starting out with a 7-14 day detox or cleansing plan.  You can use supplements to enhance your cleansing process, but many times I just use healthy foods that have cleansing qualities – in addition to eliminating foods that bring toxins into the body, and the results are amazing!

FOODS TO AVOID:  If you were to research how to effectively follow a detox diet, you would see most plans suggest you take out food products that contain the following five ingredients:  caffeine, alcohol, dairy, gluten, and sugars.  Also, you want to be sure you are also avoiding food additives or processed  ingredients like high-fructose corn syrup and hydrogenated oils – as well as high-fat foods and even chocolate (since it has both sugar and caffeine).  Also, omit condiments and processed  seasoning of any kind.   All of these food products or ingredients can slow down the cleansing or detox process.  You can easily identify foods or beverages that contain dairy, sugars, caffeine and alcohol – but you may have to read your labels to avoid gluten.  It is found in all wheat products and most starches . . . so it is in most breakfast cereals, breads, crackers and processed carbs of any kind!  Therefore, if you would like to have a hot gluten-free breakfast cereal, you will find them in the organic section of your supermarket and it will clearly state “gluten free” on the label.  Rice is also a starch that does not contain gluten, so you might find a rice cereal for breakfast, and can have brown rice as a side dish for lunch (see diet below).

FOODS YOU ARE ALLOWED TO EAT:  Although there are several foods that are best to avoid while cleansing, there are plenty of healthy foods you can eat.  These include:  vegetables, fruits (in moderation), brown rice, whole grains, beans, healthy oils and nuts.  You can also use natural seasonings like turmeric, oregano, paprika, garlic, and all your favorite spices (Mrs. Dash is a great choice too – and it is sodium free!).  Some detox plans avoid proteins but because of my bodybuilding background (and my understanding of our how easy it is to burn away our valuable muscles), I always try to incorporate lean proteins.  I avoid red meat all together – and I include protein drinks and small portions of proteins like poultry and fish (organic is best).   I also consider buying organic for my fruits, vegetables and whole grains (during a cleanse) but don’t feel you have to do so – just be sure to wash your fruits and vegetables really well.  Also, try to make it your goal to get 25-35 grams of fiber each day – read nutritional labels and eat lots of veggies.  So now you know why you are cleansing – now let’s put it all together and follow a cleansing diet!

Organize your shopping list . . . this is what you will need:

FRESH LEMONS (for lemon Water): During your cleansing process, it is important to sip on water throughout the day. And every 2 hours, drink 10 oz. of room temperature water with the juice from ¼- ½ lemon squeezed into it. Try to drink a gallon throughout the day if you can!  You will see in the sample diet, I’ve worked some of this water into your meal plan to ensure you drink it!

RAW VEGGIES:  Slice up plenty of raw veggies (make a list of your favorites – mine are cucumber slices, red peppers, and asparagus), and use these as snacks throughout the day whenever you are hungry.

LETTUCE/GREENS & SALAD FIXINS’:  Create beautiful salads with plenty of mixed greens and even add some red cabbage since it has great detox qualities.

FROZEN VEGGIES:  These make easy side-dishes for dinner – just be sure to get plain frozen vegetables – like broccoli or spinach or brussel sprouts, etc. that do not contain any flavorings, salt or sauces.

FRESH FRUITS: Although we want to limit our fruits to one or two servings per day when cleansing (due to natural sugars), fruits are also loaded with vitamins and antioxidants so we can still incorporate them.  I often have an orange with my breakfast or some organic strawberries with a serving of raw almonds as a snack when cleansing.

LEAN PROTEINS: Have lean proteins on hand – make some hard-boiled organic eggs (or scrambled eggwhites) and have them for breakfast or lunch.  I only eat the whites – and I have it with some diced fruit or raw veggies.  I also snack on edamame (soy beans in the pods) whenever I need something to munch on.  This is a great source of protein – try them if you’ve never had them – I get them frozen at Costco.  Chicken breasts, turkey breast and organic fish are also great sources of lean protein so add them to your list.  Tofu is another great source of protein, and you can pan-fry it with a little olive oil and natural spices in place of chicken, turkey or fish for a vegetarian lunch or dinner.

PROTEIN DRINKS:  I love Designer Whey Protein Powder – that is sweetened with natural Stevia.  To stave off hunger, I use this as one of my snacks and sometimes as my protein source for breakfast instead of eggwhites.  I get the Designer Whey at my Shop-Rite – but if you can’t find it there, you can get it at your local health food store or The Vitamin Shoppe (

BROWN RICE:  This is a starch carb that is gluten-free and makes a great side dish (1/2 cup serving is a perfect portion).  See recipe for bean salad within diet plan.

BEANS: Organic/canned beans are great and easy – I love Garbanzo beans and kidney beans (one serving is ½ cup).

GLUTEN-FREE CEREAL:  I love Bob’s Red Mill Mighty Tasty Hot Cereal found in the organic section of my supermarket.  You can have a serving (1/2 cup cooked) with your breakfast (eggwhites or protein drink and fresh fruit).  Sometimes I add the cereal to breakfast when I am hungry and sometimes I just have my protein and fruit.

NUTS:  I buy the 100-Calorie snack bags of RAW almonds (no processing or flavoring).  These make a great snack, and I love the control of portion sizes when using the 100-Calorie bags.

OLIVE OIL:  I use a healthy oil like olive oil on my salads (1 tbsp.) or on my vegetables.

NATURAL SPICES:  “Mrs. Dash” makes great natural seasonings without salt!  But use your favorite natural seasonings to taste.

Sample Diet:

Please recognize that you “might” find yourself hungry on a low-calorie (low-starch) diet as outlined . . . but just keep munching on raw veggies whenever you are hungry and keep drinking your lemon water – it will help turn off your hunger valve!  Just do your best to keep busy and get through those first few hungry days!  Also, look over the sample diet below and then make up your food shopping list to make sure you have what you need on hand.  Start on a Monday, and do some cooking/preparation on Sunday (like making your hard-boiled eggs and cooked veggies and even bake or grill some chicken to use on top of your salad for lunch).

Breakfast:  Designer Whey Protein powder (any flavor) mixed with water OR 4 scrambled eggwhites + 1 orange + 10 oz. lemon water

Mid-Morning Snack:  100 Calorie Snack bag of Raw Almonds + 3 small strawberries and 10 oz. lemon water

Lunch:  Large salad with cup of your favorite raw veggies on top – and feel free to add some shredded red cabbage since it has great detox qualities.  Add 4 oz. of grilled organic chicken breast – and for dressing, use 1 tablespoon of olive oil with juice from ½ lemon squeezed on top + sprinkle of black pepper and your favorite spices (like Mrs. Dash!).  With your salad, you can have a ½ cup of brown rice (plain or use natural spices).  I sprinkle the brown rice into my salad – it makes it more filling.

Mid-Afternoon Snack: 12 Asparagus spears (raw, grilled or lightly cooked in a frying pan) OR have a cup of your favorite raw or cooked veggies.  If you are feeling extra hungry and the vegetables just won’t cut it, then have a ½ cup of bean salad (recipe below).  It is very satisfying – don’t forget to drink your 10 oz. of lemon water!!

Dinner: 6 oz. of fish (your favorite kind) or 6 oz. chicken or turkey breast – grilled or baked + 2 cups of cooked vegetables + 10 oz. lemon water.  You can substitute tofu for your fish or poultry if you desire.  You can also have a ½ cup of your favorite beans with dinner.  Bean Salad Recipe:  I buy a can of organic Garbanzo beans and create a bean salad by adding some chopped Vidalia onion (1 tablespoon), red peppers (about 2 tablespoons), a tablespoon of fresh chopped cilantro, 2 tablespoons of rice vinegar, and a tablespoon of oil and sprinkle with garlic powder and black pepper.

Evening:  Nothing to eat after dinner – just have a cup of decaf green tea or chamomile tea and go to bed early.

If you can follow this plan for 7 days, you are one step closer to reaching your health and fitness goals.  I try to follow it for 14 days, and I can’t tell you how great I feel at the end of 2 weeks!  Give it a shot!  If you feel you need more one-on-one help putting together a customized detox plan (based on food allergies and likes/dislikes) or if you need a diet plan once you are done with your detox plan, call me to set up a nutritional counseling appointment (908) 371-0173.

Hillsborough Patch Story on Fitness by Hillarie . . . link to article:

Fit by Hill Bootcamps!:

Bootcamps are continuing in Hillsborough . . . don’t miss the fun, sweat and fitness results you are looking for!  Space is limited so you need to register.  You can also preview this short video so you know what to expect and what you are going to get out of it:

Here’s the skinny on my bootcamps:  They take place every Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 6:00 a.m. – 7:00 a.m., AND WE JUST ADDED ANOTHER ONE ON SATURDAY MORNINGS FROM 6-7:00 A.M.!  WE’VE ALSO ADDED AN EVENING BOOTCAMP ON WEDNESDAY’S FROM 6:30 – 7:30 P.M.  The location for my bootcamps: Sports Physical Therapy, 1 Jill Court in Hillsborough, NJ.  This place is spacious, bright, & clean.

What is bootcamp?  It is a style of training (using weights, athletic drills and exercises that require you to use your body’s own resistance)  . . . Bottom line, it is a great way to get into the best shape of your life.  I am an established personal trainer (14 years), working with 30 one-on-one clients per week, but have had so many inquiries about bringing group bootcamp training to Hillsborough.  Well, here it is!  You will burn calories & body fat while building lean muscle mass so that you are stronger and more fit.  All fitness levels welcome (variations to exercises will be available)!  I’ll even throw some free diet tips your way during our workouts!  This camp is for men and women (and teens ages 16 and up). Make a commitment . . . Don’t put it off any longer.  Come join me!

You will need to bring dumbbells, a mat, a water bottle and a towel . . . but most of all bring your energy!  To get registration forms contact Hillarie via email or phone (908) 371-0173 or

Saturday September 17th, 2011 — TEST Sports Club @ 1931 Washington Valley Road in Martinsville, NJ will be celebrating their 5th year at their new building.  This is a Grand Re-Opening party featuring classes and events all day, meet former NY Giants Super Bowl Champions, food and music, and the Aflac Nascar will be here… 10 am-3 pm.. come one, come all!!!

Pink Determination Flapjack Fundraiser:  As part of the Avon Breast Cancer Walk in October, Applebee’s Restaurant (Rt. 206 in Hillsborough) will be having a pancake breakfast from 8:00-10:00 a.m. on Sunday, September 18th.   There will be pancakes, sausage and bacon too – along with coffee, tea and juices.  Adults and children over the age of 10 are only $10, children ages 3-9 are only $5, and children 2 and under are FREE!  Have a delicious breakfast and support a good cause.  Pink Determination is trying to raise $6,900 for breast cancer . . . help them make it happen.

22nd Annual Heel to Heal Walk:  Takes place on Sunday, September 25th @ at Johnson Park in Piscataway, NJ.  I’m helping to spread the word about a walk that raises money for Embrace Kids – which is an organization dedicated to children with cancer and blood disorders.  One of my neighbors, Sara Sbeiti, is a very brave young girl who started a group of walkers called “Sara’s Soldiers” in 2008 after she was diagnosed with Leukemia.  Sara is coordinating this effort again this year to raise money for this worthy organization that has helped so many families – including hers.  If you are interested in walking or donating, you can log onto and just click on the search to find Sara Sbeiti – or you can e-mail Sara directly:

Rocky is still losing . . . my latest “Biggest Loser” is now down 71 lbs. and has reached his goal weight of 219/220 range.  Says he never felt better.  I’m leaving his “before” and “after” pictures up for the month of September to help motivate everyone!  In case you didn’t see my previous newsletters, Rocky found my website 5 months ago and wanted to take his weight loss to the next level.  He had lost 100 pounds on his own (great job, Rock!), but had gotten “stuck” where he had more weight to lose but just couldn’t do it.  After we met, we quickly realized Rocky wasn’t eating nearly enough food so his body was in a state of starvation (resisting further weight loss).  He also wasn’t exercising regularly and wasn’t drinking enough water.  So we put him on a nutritional plan to succeed – and started incorporating weight training sessions with me, along with dedicated trips to the gym to reshape his body.  Here we are 5 months later, and he is down ANOTHER 71 POUNDS for a total of 171 pounds!  Rocky started out at 390 pounds ONE year ago, and today is weighing 219!!  Look at the difference!  You are such a star student, Rocky, which is why I decided to leave your pictures on my home page for the month of September too!  Congrats!

Local Business Plugs:  A great way to get a referral for an honest and professional service.

Local Business Plugs:

You might be looking for a particular service – so let me refer one!  These are all business I (personally) use and would highly recommend!  I’ll continue to add a few more – so be sure to take a look:

NORZ HILL FARMNORZ HILL FARMFALL IS A GREAT TIME OF YEAR TO VISIT YOUR LOCAL FARM – IT’S PUMPKIN PICKIN’ AND LOTS MORE!  Check out their website to learn more and to find out their hours of operation:

Check out their website to learn more and to find out their hours of operation:

LIA SOPHIA JEWELRY:  Contact Becky Regan @  If you are interest in purchasing anything please send Becky an email!  ALSO, if anyone is interested in hosting a party, Becky will be donating $50 per party to Shelter Survivors Animal Rescue of Bridgewater.

VIDEO PRODUCTION:  Kristyna Barbella – she’s unbelievable!  Kristyna has been doing all my video work (even the latest one for my BOOTCAMP – see YouTube link(s) in this newsletter).  She is so creative and professional, and you will love your finished product.  She also does web-design work.  Check out her website:

PLUMBER:  J. Johnson Plumbing & Heating, LLC.  Licensed and Insured (great guy – very reasonable – and reliable).  Call “J” at 908-874-6619 

REALTOR: Are you looking to buy a new home or sell your current home? You really need someone who understands what you want and isn’t going to waste your time. Melissa is not only professional to deal with, but understands that families are the most important thing and so is the home they live in. Call Melissa Martin of Weichert Realtors — cell: 908-656-4070 or email:

TRANQUILITY ACCUPUNCTURE:  Denise Janiec-Domino is a Certified Acupuncturist and can be reached at (908) 874-8344 (located in Hillsborough and Lebanon, NJ).  Denise provides great relief to those with back pain and migraines – and can help in so many other areas (weight loss, fertility issues, etc.).  Treat yourself to great things in 2011 – and consider making acupuncture one of them!

FRANKLIN MEDICAL GROUPDr. Steven DelMaestro (MD, Internal Medicine) of Hillsborough, NJ was approached to head up Franklin Medical Group – a new medical practice affiliated with Somerset Medical Hospital.  Before taking on this new venture, Dr. DelMaestro had his own practice for 22 years, operating out of his offices in New Brunswick and North Brunswick (NJ).  So . . . when is the last time you had a complete physical?  Your health is so important – and so is finding a doctor who cares and actually takes the time to get to know you and your health history.  Maybe you are presently getting medical care from a practice that is so huge – with so many different doctors that you feel it lacks that personal touch.  Make your health a priority:  908-685-2526 (located @ Franklin Commons, 454 Elizabeth Avenue, Suite 210, Somerset, New Jersey).

TECHNOLOGY NEEDS:  Whether you have your own business, work for a small company or work for a large corporation, Michael Scannelli @ Carousel Industries can help you meet all your technology needs.  My husband, Michael, is an Account Executive with 25+ years working in the technology industry, and Carousel is the #1 ranked Avaya distributor for the past two years. Carousel is a technology solution provider – and would love to be one of your preferred vendors.  Their products and service are amazing!  Call Michael or pass his number onto the head of your technology department where you work (877) 828-3149.  Or e-mail Michael at:

WILLS:  Do you presently have a will?  It may sound like something you can put off, but wouldn’t you like to make sure your family is taken care of – just the way you want?  Tiffany Moore, Esq. can help simplify the process so you can rest easy, knowing everything is outlined properly – and she’ll make sure you don’t forget anything or anyone.  And we are not just talking about monetary issues – what about guardians for your children or your pets in the unfortunate event something happens to you?  Everyone should have a will — Don’t put it off another day . . . Gain piece of mind:  Call Tiffany @ (908) 797-3198 or email her @:

SPORTS PHYSICAL THERAPY:  This is a great place to go for any type of physical rehab – and boy, are they doing a great job on my lower-back pain!  They handle everything from ligament sprains to arthritic pain.  I have always had a strong core and lower back, but I guess my age (46), my strenuous training routine/6 days per week, and the long hours I spend on my feet every day as a trainer are taking a toll on my lower back.  Every now and again, it just tightens up and I am in a lot of pain.  I heavily rely on the physical therapists at Sports Physical Therapy to get me mobile and pain free again!  They have multiple locations, and one of the partners, Jeff Erickson, is a neighbor of mine – great guy!  Can’t say enough about what an awesome facility this is!  Hillsborough location:  908-359-8800, Princeton (609) 419-0455, Somerset (732) 565-5455, Flemington (908) 806-2000.

HILLSBOROUGH VACUUMOK – Let’s get ready for summer – let’s do some SPRING CLEANING.  Call Hillsborough Vacuum to help!  Besides selling vacuum cleaners and central systems, and servicing & repairing vacuums, did you know that they have an array of services including carpet cleaning, tile & grout cleaning, hardwood restoring, and more?They are a local and trusted company for over 10 years!  Please check out their informative website.

DRAGONFLY.COMDo you have a new business or a growing business that needs a “face-lift”?  Send an e-mail to Nicole DiFranco (business owner):  Dragonfly Design Studio will create your business identity, logo design, business cards, invitations and stationary, brochures & mailers, letterheads, and photo retouching & manipulation.

INTERIOR & EXTERIOR RENOVATION & BUILDER CO.:  Pro Builders Plus, Hillsborough — Walt handles everything from roofing and siding, to interior renovations, and additions, etc. – quality work at competitive prices:  Walt has done work for everyone in my neighborhood! References available:  Call Walt at 908-369-7562 (references are available!).

Check out this great website:

This website lists all upcoming events and happenings for kids in our communities throughout New Jersey.  Log on to see the fun local happenings.

IN-HOUSE PERSONAL TRAINING:  Anne Finetto, Hillsborough, NJ.  Unfortunately, I no longer have availability to do in-house training.  Therefore, I am happy to recommend a colleague and friend, Anne Finetto (trainer & fitness director for Rutgers University).  Anne will come to your home to provide “in-house training”.  She can assess your present home-gym equipment or make affordable suggestions for basic equipment you will need — and she has some early morning timeslots and some other hours available for training!  Anne has a dynamic personality and a passion for fitness — as I do – which is why I love her!  You can reach her via or via cell phone:  732-735-9835 

IN-HOUSE MASSAGE:  You can have a wonderfully, relaxing massage right in the privacy of your own home.  References available upon request – and I can say “I” am one of her satisfied clients!  For info or an appointment, call Meg Shelton, Certified Massage Therapist at 908-369-9352.

ARBONNE International:  Have you heard of a great line of skincare products from Arbonne International – and you weren’t sure how to get your hands those products?  Reach out to Independent Consultant, Margaret Janaszik, and she will be happy to show you these incredible products.  I love the RE9  skin care products (for more mature skin – like mine!).  You will find a notable difference in 24 hours after trying these products.  Host a party, and you will get some free items – or you can become an Arbonne representative and receive discounted prices every time you shop — totally worth it!  Contact Margaret at  cell:  732-735-6254 (If shopping on-line, Margaret’s ID# is:   18826855). All products patent pending and chemical free – formulated in Switzerland and manufactured in the US.  Awesome skin care line!

ISAGENIX – A SUPPLEMENT LINE YOU MAY WANT TO TRY:  I have a dear friend, Alexis Romano, who is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York City, and she is very passionate about cleansing & nutrition AND she uses Isagenix products.  She (and many of her clients) have had great success with weight loss using these products, so if you are interested in trying this product line or just learning more about it, please contact her for more information @:

TEAM SPORTS TRAINING:  Train like the pros — TEST Sports Clubs (Martinsville, NJ) provides elite athlete training and has a top-notch coaching/training staff.  Lots of local schools are now hiring TEST to work with their sports teams.  They have amazing sports training programs at their state-of-the-art facility on their 60-yard indoor turf field.  For more info, log onto:  Fitness by Hillarie presently provides nutritional counseling for the elite athletes at the TEST Sports Club.  If you need Sports Nutritional Training for your sports team (to give them that competitive edge), contact:  for prices and other info (group/discounted rates available).

MARY KAY COSMETICS!:  I love their cosmetics and also their fragrances too.  And Pam Borek is not only really good at teaching you how to use these cosmetics – but she can also educate you on how to make a few extra bucks working from home.  She very willingly trains sales reps so they can be as successful as she is.  She even has the Mary Kay car – so you know she’s good!  If you would like to contact Pam to host a party at your home (and receive some free goodies) – or you want to learn how to start working from home, contact Pam at:

HELP YOUR TEENAGER PLAN THEIR COLLEGE CAREER:  GamePlan:  log onto:   The Game Plan is a student-athlete consulting service located in Central New Jersey. They specialize in providing a comprehensive college selection, qualification, recruiting and admissions “game plan” for high school athletes and their parents.  After consulting with former collegiate and professional athletes, NCAA coaches, high school athletes and their parents, Michael Vanduyn and Al-Tereek Battle created THE GAMEPLAN in order to address the unmet needs of high school student-athletes.  Many their parents are either unaware of the recruiting process or they lack the time and resources to assist their children in selecting the college that fits.  And The Game plan helps to coordinate academics, fitness training, nutrition and organization skills so that your teenager will ultimately succeed.  Fitness by Hillarie is providing nutritional handouts for their basic package or one-on-one nutritional counseling for the student/athletes as needed.

PODIATRIST:  Dr. Brandon Zuklie, LLC – Podiatrist: Treats any and all issues of the foot and ankle, from warts to stress fractures and all other athletic injuries.  Treats children as well as adults, and accepts most insurance plans.  New Office Due to Open in September:  1161 202N Branchburg (in the same strip mall near Phil’s Pizza and Texas Liquor — by Imclone and Chubb).  Other offices in Piscataway and Monroe, NJ – for more info:

In Motion Meals:   Fitness by Hillarie supports and promotes “In Motion Meals”!!  Whether you are an elite athlete who needs quality calories or someone who is simply trying to reach your fitness and weight-loss goals, then In Motion Meals is for you.  Some of you have such a hectic schedule with your career or with your family (carpooling to a variety of sporting and social events for your kids), and you might be struggling each week to make healthy meals that can help you reach your fitness goals.  I try to do a fair amount of cooking on a Sundays so I have leftovers to use for dinners during the week or for lunches during the week.  But even that can be hard if you have a busy calendar on the weekends.  In Motion Meals is a New Jersey based company that makes delicious (calorie conscious) meals that are balanced with proteins and carbs and made fresh (with no preservatives)– and then they use a special flash freezing process so these meals can be delivered to your door All the calories have been counted for you and are listed on the menu.  All the proteins and carbs have been balanced for you – and the meals are home-cooked meals that are convenient and will help you stay on track with your diet plan.  If you want to learn more about this great service, just log onto their website:  www.inmotionmeals.comIf you decide to order some meals, please let them know that Fitness by Hillarie sent you.   On the order page, just enter fitnessbyhill and you will receive a special discount.  You must hit the validate button under the referral code box for the pricing to change. 


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