5-Step Blueprint For a Total Health Turnaround

When I found out about the power of a whole food plant-based diet to prevent, control and reverse many serious chronic diseases through my own desperate weight loss struggle and fears of breast cancer recurrence after my breast cancer treatment, I decided that I had to share this message with everyone who is wondering if this could be true for them, too. I just have to share my experience, strength and hope with you because I've been there.

Now that I've facilitated and watched so many of you reach complete health turnarounds through adopting a whole food plant-based lifestyle, I've discovered the 5 key elements that make all the difference in success.

I can now tell you with absolute certainty that you need all of these 5 elements within you in order to succeed, like Jo or Travis, below.

And this applies no matter what your definition of a total health success result is. Maybe it's losing 100 pounds and getting off meds for high blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar or maybe it's just losing 20 pounds and eliminating a chronic pain or digestive problem. Or maybe you just want to feel the best you have ever felt in your whole life and prevent disease the best way you can for the rest of your life.

Whatever your definition of health success, following this 5-step blueprint will definitely work for you.

Step 1: Knowing you can

Having the certain belief inside you that you can accomplish this and that a whole food plant-based diet will work for you is the #1 strength you need to experience a complete health turnaround yourself.

I know this will work for you and I have complete trust in your ability to do this for yourself, but...

"Whether you think you can, or you think you can't, you're right..."

-Henry Ford

So, what if, right now, you don't really believe you can ever lose the weight or that diets never work for you? Or, that because your whole family is also obese and has type 2 diabetes that you are destined to have it, too? Or, you're afraid you won't like it once you make the change?

Instead of entertaining that type of negative self talk that limits you and keeps you from pushing through your fears to something great on the other side, I want you to take a moment right now to think of a time in your mind, in your past, where you succeeded at something really difficult. Something life-changing where you were really proud of yourself:

  • Did you quit smoking?

  • Overcome a serious fear that held you back?

  • Accomplish going back to school or a career change?

  • Get out of a bad relationship when you felt stuck?

  • Move across the country?

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