So Shape Challenge // Round Two

So Shape Challenge

You may remember a couple weeks ago I did the So Shape Challenge.

Here is how I got on.

As I wasn’t a massive fan of the meals, I was offered the chance to try 10 of the sweet flavours.

The sweeter flavours were much nicer than the meals and rather than having 2 a day, I would have one at breakfast then a light lunch that had similar macros as the shakes, then a normal meals.

My light lunches included things like prawn salads, tuna salads, soup, chicken.

I did this for two reasons:

  • Although the shakes filled me up for breakfast, by 1pm I was ready for some food.
  • I wanted to make it last 10 days instead of 5.

As I had busy weekends, I did two 5 day challenges like this and lost an additional 3lbs. Bringing my total weight loss to 6lbs which is a lot for me as I struggled to lose any weight at all before trying this.

The flavours were amazing and I’m a bit annoyed that I didn’t get more of these before.

As it’s been so cold outside, I found myself looking forward to the shakes for breakfast. I made them by putting a small amount of cold water in, shaking it and then adding hot water to create a warm, filling drink.

My favourites were sea salt caramel, vanilla, and white chocolate, and speculoos (a ginger/cinnamon/biscuit type taste).

Hazlenut would have been in my top favourites too if it had a bit of chocolate added to it for sweetness.

I’m impressed with these and sad that they are gone. I’m considering making a shake like this a permanent thing for breakfast.

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  1. October 20, 2017 / 12:15 am

    Great idea to pop some hot water in your shakes to keep you warm during these cold mornings! This looks like an interesting product with lots of flavours to try! Do know the full nutritional benefits?

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