Karess Carter

Feeling great and concerts!
Feeling great and concerts!

You may have heard me talking about Complete Nutrition lately on the air. I am in love with this place! I got started a few months ago on the CTS 360 program and just feel amazing! This program has a number of different components to it, one of which is to get rid of stubborn belly fat. Now granted this would disappear at a much quicker pace if I were exercising like I should be, but I am seeing some changes here! I do have more energy and I’m not snacking at the frantic pace I was. My appetite is really under control! And one of the parts of the CTS 360 program is something that helps you burn calories while you sleep. I am sleeping so much better with this!

I wanted to take a minute and thank the staff at Complete Nutrition for all their help. They are so great to work with! If you haven’t stopped in yet, you need to! I am now drinking the Strawberry Creme Protein Smoothie every morning with a little powdered multi-vitamin added in and some dietary fiber. It tastes so good! I drink it on the way to work every day and I feel full until afternoon when I eat something for lunch. ¬†When I crave chocolate I have the Chocolate Mint Protein Smoothie. I describe it as the Girl Scout Thin Mint cookie in a glass. You can stop in and try both of them for yourself. Now that I have the energy, I need to get out and start exercising!

Summer is almost here and that means LIVE MUSIC! We have another great lineup for Nitefall On The River. I’m so excited as it all starts with Hairball on May 25th! See the lineup HERE. And of course you know I’m pumped about the Heroes and Saints music festival on June 15th! I adore Sister Hazel, Vertical Horizon, Tonic….and Better Than Ezra! All in one place! Are you kidding me? Who is joining me? Get details HERE.

Then we have Fleetwood Mac, Taylor Swift, and before you know it, Train and Matt Nathanson are at the Iowa State Fair!

Any bands you are really looking forward to seeing this summer?

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