I wasn’t always intoLow Sugar Eating or Nutrition…
I know how hard it is to lose weight and keep it off!
This was me…out of shape and on the road to health issues.
I knew one of the hardest parts of my daily routine would be to deal with my sweet tooth. In the past, I had made resolutions to eat healthy and cut back on fattening sugar, but would maybe last only 2-3 days before I caved into my cravings for something sweet. Can you relate?
Maybe it was the promise of the $50,000 prize money
It took every bit is willpower and discipline I could muster, but I forced myself to stay away from sugar and began eating more nutritious, healthy food. My life changed completely, the fat melted away, and for the first time, I was finally seeing results at the gym. It was almost shocking how in just 90 days the look of my body changed dramatically
Out of 54,000 contestants, I was picked as one of the winners!
I Felt Like I Won The Lottery. I Got The Corvette, $50,000 in Cash, and a 5 Year Spokesperson Contract. But little did I know that it was just the beginning of my amazing fitness journey.
I called it “How I lost 22 lbs. of Fat and Gained 10 lbs. of Muscle” â€“ and it was an overwhelming success!
It has been read by over a million people worldwide – and opened the door to my true passionâ€¦helping others get the body of their dreams.
After seeing the amazing results I was able to achieve, my dad and brother wanted to transform their bodies as well. In 1998 both of them entered the Body For Life Contest.
I showed them the same simple techniques I had used… and look at what happened to them!
Over the years, Iâ€™ve been lucky to do what I love.
I continue to investigate all the cutting edge nutrition and exercise breakthroughs.
My Life Long Commitment to Low Sugar Healthy eating and exercise has provided me the opportunity to meet and work with some notable performers, and athletes.
“The Sugar Tamer”
The story I’ve been preaching about weight gain in America not being a problem with fat, but with sugar is finally coming to light. Major health magazines, news programs and doctors have recently pulled the curtain away from the health issues related to our unconscious addiction to sugar.