A Diet That Works When Every Other Diet Has Failed

The health world today is a broken place.

80% of people over the age of 40 will die from cardiovascular disease, cancer, or dementia. Everyone will die of something, but these are diseases which have direct links to the way most people live their lives.

Before being stricken with a preventable, silent, and deadly disease, most Americans suffer from low energy, pain, stress, poor sleep, a loss of connection with nature, a lack of community, and brain fog.  Sadly, these things are now seen as somewhat NORMAL in the medical world.

As the medical, fitness, and health community, we now know more than ever before.

Yet the solutions offered are all-too-often pills, injections, or surgeries. “Quick” fixes which only treat the symptoms and not the root cause.

They may dole out some advice on eating well and moving more, but they simply don’t have the time and resources to educate patients well.

The fitness world isn’t much better. Fad diets and quick-fix exercise programs dominate. People are being given pills and supplements and told this is the reason they have struggled. We go from exercising intensely for 30 days to absolutely nothing. We yo-yo from Whole-30 to fast food quicker than you can say Kale chips.  

The way to succeed with a diet is to completely rebel against the current trend in the health world.

Once upon a time, we humans lived in salubrious environments.

Pre-industrial and agricultural revolution, we had to be in a community or be good at making/finding our own food. We had to move often, to live and work. We went to sleep when it was dark and got up when it was light.

The healthy culture seems to be headed towards quick fixes. Supplements, weight-loss surgeries, industrially produced oils, and cheap grains are considered “healthy”.

And this is why we need to rebel.

Rebels are highly motivated. They understand the difficult odds they are up against, the enemy that wages war against them and the task at hand.

In this case, a Health Rebel would take on the identity that they are going against the grain in our culture. They are eating, moving, and living differently because they refuse to go along with the status quo.

Thinking like this is a whole lot more powerful than willpower. This is identity.

Rebel’s have a passionate belief that life lived according to the status quo simply won’t work for them any longer. They have hope that the difficulties they are facing are worthwhile.

Being a Rebel helps to solidly and make easier the tough decisions you will make to live a healthy life. You’ll have to do things others see as strange and unnecessary. But for a Rebel, going against the grain is part of who they are. It fuels their fire to keep going.

A health rebel knows they can’t continue to fill their body with toxic oils, sugar, and inflammatory grains. They can’t continue living a sedentary life and allowing preventable diseases to wreak havoc on their body.

A healthy rebel wants to invest in their health, to care for and steward their body well and to live to their fullest potential.

Starting on April 1st, we will kick off our first ever Health Rebellion.

30 days of counter-cultural eating and living to catapult you towards creating an environment where you lose weight, get off medication, decrease pain, and live to your fullest physical potential.

We will be doing 5 live and in-person workshops at Village on Saturdays in the month of April. We will be holding people accountable for implementing the strategies we layout and helping you to practically make these changes.

We will have 30 spots due to space in our studio.

The cost will be $99 for current clients and $129 for non-clients.

Your results will only be limited by your ability to implement the strategies and habits we talk about and make them a part of your routine for life.

It won’t be easy and you will face much opposition. But is there any other way for rebels like you and me?

If you’re interested, just fill out this form.

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