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30 Day Weight Loss Challenge


The next 30 days can and will transform your life, if you let it.  The goal of the 30 day challenge is to not only to change and improve your diet, but also implement other healthy lifestyle factors as well.  We will encourage you to participate in an exercise programme and visit the website frequently to get diet and fitness tips.

The dietary plan is primarily for those with diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, high triglycerides, weight loss resistance, metabolic conditions such as thyroid disorders and even those with cancer.  It is important to note that the 30 day challenge is not a treatment for a condition; it’s an overall health improvement.

Chronic disease has been linked to irritation and inflammation of the body.  The primary dietary contributor to systemic inflammation is sugar.  Eliminating sugar is the primary goal of the 30 day challenge.  Eliminating sugar will reduce inflammation and allow the body to heal better.  We have many patients that were once diabetic, no longer have diabetes in less than 30 days.

Exercise.   When people think of exercise, it is generally not what we are recommending.  High intensity, short duration exercises have been shown to be far superior in normalizing systemic functions and healing within the body.  We will show you how.

The first step is creating a new mindset.  This may sound easy, or hard.  Regardless, a change is needed if you are looking to change your present situation.  We set goals the S.M.A.R.T way:

Specific: A specific goal has a much greater chance of being accomplished than a general goal. Answer the following:

*Who:      Who is involved?          *What:     What do I want to accomplish?
*Where:    Identify a location.      *When:     Establish a time frame, 30 days right?
*Which:    Limitations.                   *Why:      Your BIG why!

Measurable:  Establish concrete criteria for measuring progress toward the attainment of each goal you set.
When you measure your progress, you will stay on track, reach your goals, and experience the exhilaration of achievement that will inspire you on to continued effort.

Attainable: When you set specific goals, you will start to figure out ways to make them happen. You will develop new attitudes, abilities, skills, and financial capacity to reach the goals. When setting goals, make sure you are willing to do what it takes to get it done.

Realistic:  Realistic simply means, are you physically and mentally able to achieve the goal?  A goal can be both high and realistic; you are the only one who can decide what your goal should be.  Why do you think we start with 30 days?  You can do this!

Timely: A goal needs to be grounded within a specific time frame. With no time frame there’s no sense of urgency. If your goal is to lose 10 lbs, when do you want to lose it by? “Someday” won’t work, “tomorrow” never comes.  Do it now!

You’re almost ready!  You are now willing to take self responsibility for your health.  We are very excited for your choice to participate in the 30 day challenge and look forward to motivating, inspiring and encouraging you every step along the process.  If there are additional topics or resources that will help you and others achieve your goals, let us know.  We are here for you!

Download the eating plans by clicking on the food items below.

Fruits      Grains       Vegetables


A Great Exercise Protocol for Weight Loss


Jumping Jacks 30 seconds
Rest 30 seconds
Run in place 30 seconds
Rest 30 seconds
Jump in place 30 seconds
Rest 30 seconds
Crunches 30 seconds
Rest 30 seconds
Pushups 30 seconds
Rest 30 seconds
Sitting Squats 30 seconds
Rest 30 seconds
Mountain Climbers 30 seconds
Rest 30 seconds
Repeat 1-3 times

Another exercise plan is available by clicking here 


Dr. Cory Couillard is an international healthcare speaker and columnist for numerous newspapers, magazines, websites and publications throughout the world. He works in collaboration with the World Health Organization's goals of disease prevention and global healthcare education. Views do not necessarily reflect endorsement.

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