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RN Advice: Big Fat Gratitude

November 2, 2014 by

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When was the last time you thanked your body for storing or getting fat?  Not something you are thankful for?  Think again.  Fat on our bodies is a wonderful thing.  Really it is.  Fat in and on our bodies offer a layer of protection to our bones and organs to cushion from injury.  It also […]

Kelly’s Journey – August 2011

August 8, 2011 by

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Hi Everyone! I crossed the 30 pound mark last week and it feels great. That puts me about a third of the way there.  Woohoo! The biggest challenge I had this month was staying on plan while traveling.  We went on a boat trip up the lake over the 4th of July weekend.  Yes it […]

It Doesn’t Take Much…

May 28, 2011 by

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Kelly Mortensen, Certified Genesis Coach It doesn’t take much… In this journey of Genesis Transformation, some of us get all caught up in the “diet”… the “how fast can I lose this weight”?  We tend to forget about the HEALTH we achieve in the process…. My husband has been dabbling in clean eating more lately […]

Client Story: Annie Reflects on a Holiday Disaster

November 28, 2010 by

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Last year as the holidays approached I was cocky and full of myself.  After 6 months in GT, I had gone down 4 sizes in clothing, my embarrassing facial eczema had cleared, and I was getting compliments everywhere I turned.  My doctor had taken me off of antidepressants, cholesterol and blood pressure medications.  My blood […]

Jan’s Journey – July 2010

July 5, 2010 by

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After 8 months, I have on average lost 4 lbs a month.  Progress is much slower than I wanted but I understand that I can only  lose 1- 1 1/2 lb of fat per week and I am averaging 1 lb, so I am making average progress. It is just hard for a type A […]

One Bite At a Time… – Jamie Lynn

October 2, 2009 by

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As we move into fall and get ready to settle in for the long, cold winter, suddenly many of my clients are ready to get serious about their transformations again.  I am often asked, “How do I get back on track?” One bite at a time is where to start, and I am not just […]