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The Challenge

To take one person and prove that a change in lifestyle will bring weight loss, increased energy, improved health and an overall sense of wellbeing.

Our goal is to demonstrate that you can lose weight, change your health status and change your life by simply eating real food and being active. Faddish diets don’t work in the long run and counting calories makes you obsessed. By simply getting back in tune with your body and eating delicious real whole foods you can reach the weightloss you desire and obtain a higher quality of life.

The key to sustained weightloss and overall well being comes through lifestyle choices and all of us involved are passionate about teaching people how to eat real food and getting more active as a means to avoid disease and optimize their health. The old health care paradigm of treating everything with a prescription drug is going by the wayside and people are interested in a more integrative approach to their heath care.  Our goal is to show how easy it can be to help yourself.

So much food available to us today is processed, packaged food-like subtances full of chemicals, preservatives, high fructose corn syrup and hydrogenated oils to name just a few. This food is making us fat and its making us sick.

Our team will guide and coach one successful candidate away from these processed refined foods onto delicious nutritious whole foods and will establish a regular exercise routine with a goal of participating in a fun 5k run/walk at the end of the four weeks.

The selected participant will recieve a personalized package worth over $5000.00:

  • Five days worth of whole food meals each week
  • Cooking/food preparation instruction
  • Personal fitness training
  • Gym Membership
  • Yoga Instruction
  • Integrative Nutrition counseling
  • Kitchen cabinet clean-up and supermarket training tour
  • Physician’s evaluation and medical support

    The entire 30 day program will be documented and filmed as it is our aim to help and inspire other people into similar lifestyle changes.

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    1. Cheryl Martin Jones permalink
      October 8, 2009 6:07 pm

      Ok, it took a long time for the Keys to finally come up with something like this. I’ve tried every diet you can imagine and I still can’t lose the weight. I’m 5’3 and 40lbs over weight this has been a struggle for me after I turned 30. Needless to say that I’m now 42 and here I am still trying to lose the weight.

      I’ve joined the 30-day challenge on the internet with Jillian Michaels workout. Not sure, what I will get out of it but I’m hoping for the best reward weight loss.

      Portion control is the problem that I am having and exercise has never been a problem. But, when I’m discouraged with my weight, I give up very easily and quit exercising. The only constant thing right now that I have going for me is that I get up every morning and bike ride 8 miles before going to work.

      What I use to do was exercise at lunchtime 3:30 – 4:30 and go home then exercises an additional 1-hour (Jillian Michaels-DVD’s). Now time has become an issue with my son now in High School and all of the running around I do for him it’s left me with just bike riding.

      We live 30 minutes away from my job and his school so getting home starting dinner and then squeezing in exercise is challenging.

      So, now I’m at my wits end and ready to do something about it. After reading this I figured what the heck, I have tried everything else why not.

      I think I’m worth it and any help from professionals would really be helpful for me.

      Sick & Tired of being Sick & tired!!

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