Gorton’s Realistic Resolutions Review & Giveaway

*Disclaimer: I was given my products free of charge to review and test in my home. However doing a review is always my choice and all opinions stated are mine and mine alone.
Can you believe it is already February? I sure can’t!
How many of you have been successful at keeping your weight loss goals so far?
I have to say it has been hard for me to stay on track since I work in the food industry and am around crap to eat every day of my life. It is super tempting to eat whatever I want ,even though it has no good health benefits for me.
That is why I love Gorton’s Seafood. With Gorton’s and my new years resolution and the help of SparkPeople I hope to be able to maintain my goals this year with a lot less of a struggle.
If you, like me are struggling to keep this years resolution, then I recommend you hurry over to SparkPeople and join the 30 Day Realistic Resolutions Challenge.
It will give you daily tips on easy ways to stick to your goals. I also recommend getting the SparkPeople Cook Book,The Spark Book and the Sparkpeople 28 Day Boot Camp DVD.
These items make keeping your goals even easier and offer great recipes and motivation on your weight loss journey.
I found it easy to eat my 2 servings a week of fish with Gorton’s Simply Baked and Grilled fish varieties.
They are gluten free and easy to bake on nights for quick meals.
I am also happy to say that 1 lucky reader will win a Gorton’s Realistic Resolutions Prize Package including
                          *2 Full Value product coupons for Gorton’s
                          *An Insulated tote bag
                          *The Spark People CookBook
                          *The Spark Book
                          *The SparkPeople 28 Day Boot Camp Workout DVD
For a chance to win this amazing prize ,just follow the simple instructions below. Good Luck!

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6 thoughts on “Gorton’s Realistic Resolutions Review & Giveaway

  1. the last time I probably ate a Gordon’s product it was probably fish sticks; I’m not a big seafood fan, but I’m trying to change that. I know I don’t get enough omega 3’s. I’ve heard that for us “non seafood” types, talapia is the way to go; I’d love to try that in the Gordon’s line.

  2. oops, just realized I spelled Gorton’s wrong! Also, I was able to access the pinterest page, maybe I’m donig something wrong though 🙂

  3. I love the beer batter shrimp!

    I also was unable to access the Pinterest from the rafflecopter widget.

    Thanks for the opportunity!!

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