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RN Advice: Big Fat Gratitude

November 2, 2014 by


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


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


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


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


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


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 […]