Stay Healthy and Fit this Summer with Gardenia’s Slim N Fit Wheaten Bread with L-Carnitine
Gardenia has always been my go to bread brand ever since college. I used to live in Cervini dorm at Ateneo so bread that time was as much of a staple food as rice for me.
Actually a lot of us dormers were loyal Gardenia fans lol. Pretty much every room back when I was still there had at least one loaf of Gardenia bread. Sandwiches were our quick fix meals so we always had to have bread.
I remember that we all even bought them together. We heard mass on Sundays at one of the churches near Katipunan and went to buy groceries after. It was our Sunday ritual.
So yeah, I have a lot of history with the bread brand :).
Today I don’t eat that much bread anymore but whenever I feel like going on a diet or when I just want to make a sandwich I still always buy Gardenia.
That’s why I’m really happy to have discovered Slim n Fit Wheaten bread with L-Carnitine.
Personally I love the taste of the normal Gardenia White Bread, and I buy that whenever I feel like I’ve eaten too much of their healthier variant already (the green covered one) or when I’m buying the bread for family or friends and not myself. But most of the time I still get the Hi Fiber Wheat bread they have for obvious health reasons.
But Gardenia Slim n Fit wheaten bread to me is like a mix of the two. It’s healthy, it tastes great, and it’s a big PLUS that it has L-Carnitine.
L-Carnitine is a substance that helps you lose weight by assisting in the metabolization of fat. So when you’re exercising, L-Carnitine helps your body burn fat and convert that into energy for your workout.
So partnering Slim N Fit with your favourite workout or sport is a great way to lose those unwanted body fat while still getting that much needed energy boost that keeps you at the top of your game.
I will be putting this to the test in the next couple of months. I really need to lose some weight and get back to proper dieting.
My mom (who’s a doctor) has been nagging me constantly to fix my diet and lose a couple more pounds. My family has a history diabetes and high cholesterol so my mom always runs tests and checks us up whenever she visits.
And recently I’ve been gaining a bit of weight because of stress. I still workout fairly regularly (an hour or two of running and bodyweight drills two or three times a week ) but I haven’t really been eating right for the past few months. I think the last time I watched what I ate was last December when I was doing my pre-holiday diet.
It all went downhill after that and the numbers on the scales kept climbing. I even had to stop my martial arts training because I was juggling work and school already and that made things worse. So yeah, I’m at a low point right now fitness wise.
But now that it’s summer and I don’t have classes anymore it’s the perfect time to diet and start upping my workout intensity so I can get back to my natural weight.
I’m hoping to get back to either martial arts training or crossfit then partner that up with a solid diet. That means bread is going to be a staple for me again and Gardenia Slim n Fit Wheaten bread seems like the ideal choice. Hopefully the added L-Carnitine will give me a boost in my weight loss efforts.
How about you?
Are you also trying to lose weight and stay fit this summer? Why don’t you give Gardenia’s Slim N Fit a try.
Oh and be sure to like/follow Gardenia if you want to be kept up to date with their event’s and promos:
You might be interested to know that there is a promo that will run this May. It’s called “Be Fit ‘n Fly with Gardenia Health Breads and Tigerair”. The promo prizes will be free airfare for 2 to any summer domestic destination c/o Tigerair and Bread packages.
So be sure to follow Gardenia if you want to join that one.
Have a Happy Summer Everyone :).
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