I still have a hard time wrapping my head around how different life is now that I've made my health a priority. At first it was just about weight loss... but now it's more about long term health & wellness.
When I did the Whole 30 a while back I read the book "It Starts With Food", I learned so much about how many aspects of our lives are directly tied to how we fuel our bodies. What we choose to eat can have a significant affect on our moods, our energy levels and our overall well being.
All the dietary advice I got from doctors, nutritionist, personal trainers and even the government over the past couple of decades has been complete crap. Whoever made that food pyramid should be shot!
When you're obese, everyone just assumes you're a lazy slob with no willpower. That you lack discipline and/or self control and that it's your fault that you are fat. Heck... I believed that about myself too.
Unfortunately the "conventional wisdom" that the "experts" have been spewing out for years... had no chance of working what-so-ever.
The more I learn about nutrition, weight loss and how fat metabolism ACTUALLY works, the angrier I get about having been duped for all those years.
But the past is the past, and there's nothing I can do to change it.
Instead, I am channeling all of my energy into trying to help as many people as possible achieve the kind of life changing results I have experienced.
I know what it feels like to be fat... to be rejected, ridiculed and to be judged.
I know what it feels like to be winded after going up a single flight or stairs, or after bending over to tie my shoes.
I also know what it feels like to lose 9 inches off my waist, and to lose almost 100 pounds while hardly ever working out at all.
I know what it takes to safely lose weight and keep it off for good and I can help you!
I created the Lazy Man's Challenge to show you step by step exactly how to do it. It's a small price to pay considering the huge positive impact it will have on your life.
Don't wait until next month to start... step up and start today! You'll thank yourself 3 months from now.
(Fyi... most people save a few hundred dollars on food costs over the duration of the challenge so it ends up being practically free).
BTW, the Whole 30 is a really good program for long term healthy living, but even by their own admission, it isn't really about weight loss. I often advise that once you've lose all the weight you need to lose on the Lazy Man's Challenge, the Whole 30 (or a modified version of it) is a great maintenance plan.