All of the photos below are of clients who have either taken the Get at the Roots weight loss program or consulted with me privately. Whether in the group program or privately, the dietary principles remain the same. My clients learn the power of real, traditional foods and they learn that is absolutely NOT how much you eat but WHAT you eat that is most important. Nobody has ever counted a calorie!
Down 25 pounds on the 12 week program. Down 45 overall!
For years Mike worked out regularly but had a hard time losing weight. I hear this a lot. When Mike learned to provide the correct fuel to burn body fat, the weight started melting off quickly and easily.
Down 75 pounds in 6 months!
Jason is a member of my local BNI networking group. We meet every week and after a few years of listening to me preach about eating more fat to lose fat, he finally took me up on it! The results speak for themselves.
Down over 3o pounds in 6 months.
Like many people, Seth struggled for years to get his weight down. He tried many different approaches until he found what he called, “the most common sense approach” of them all. I can sum it up by saying, “Eat to nourish yourself not to starve yourself.”
Down 12 pounds on the Get at the Roots program. Down 25 pounds overall.
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Down over 30 pounds.
Mary Jo was what I call my ideal client. She not only made the changes I recommended, she took it to the next level. She drives an hour every week to get raw milk and now makes her own butter from raw cream. She has become a passionate advocate for pastured animal products and nutrient dense food.
Down 20 pounds on the program. Down over 30 overall.
Betty and her husband did the program together and have to date lost over sixty pounds combined. They supported each other and worked together to make the dietary changes. I always say that mutual support is so important! Betty and her husband are a testament to that.