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For this #TransformationTuesday, we have Tanya’s story to share. She didn’t join the program looking to lose any weight, but rather to learn how to live a healthy lifestyle. Her story is a testament that your body undergoes dramatic changes while living WildFit. Tanya learned the hard way that WildFit revamped the foods her …Read More →
How do you feel when you wake up in the morning? Do you spring out of bed right away, energized and ready to start your day, or do you feel sluggish, like a half-dead creature reaching for the snooze button? A word to all the half-dead morning creatures, you are not alone! Lots of …Read More →
So for this #TransformationTuesday, we have a different transformation to share! We are in LOVE with Lori’s transformation because she highlights the different ways living WildFit transforms your mind AND body. Lori began her journey thinking that she needed to lose a bit of weight. She’s exercised her whole life but was having trouble …Read More →
As you go through your WildFit journey, there are going to be people in your life that 100% support all that you do and cheer you on as you lead a new life and enthusiastically celebrate your total transformation. But it seems for every cheerleader you have, there’s someone else lurking about, trying to …Read More →
This week, Sara shares her life-changing WildFit journey for #TransformationTuesday. Sara has had incredible success with the program, releasing over 14 pounds and 30 inches. But more than these physical changes is her inner transformation. She glows as she exclaims that she feels liberated from her cravings. She in now in control of her body …Read More →
You know that your WildFit journey is deeply beneficial and revolutionizing your health in a profound way. You also know the insidious damage being done by the food industry in advertising and marketing unhealthy foods. For you, living WildFit is an easy decision, you know it’s the right thing for your body and an incredible …Read More →
For this #TransformationTuesday, we’re sharing Amber’s story! She has had incredible success with the program and feels more aligned and at ease with her body. Amber’s story highlights a common hurdle facing those living WildFit but also the massive payoffs of sticking with the program! The theme of Amber’s transformation is resilience and being able …Read More →
Sugar is everywhere. It’s hidden in plain sight, within many of the foods in the grocery store. It’s sneaky, addictive and so pervasive in the foods we commonly consume that our brains have actually been wired to expect sugar, to crave it constantly. The truth is, humans haven’t always been this way. Our brains …Read More →
Water is one of the most essential elements of human life. Without it, we wouldn’t survive. Unfortunately, though, so many people are failing to stay properly hydrated—and this can wreak major havoc on the human body. By understanding the importance of water when it comes to your wellness and how hydrating your body can …Read More →
For today’s #TransformationTuesday we’re celebrating Carlos’ WildFit transformation.This recovered ex-sugaraholic shares how everyone in his WildFit group hated him because he lost 15 pounds in the first 6 weeks of his journey. Carlos’ story with WildFit began when after eating healthy for a while and dropping some pounds, his struggles with sciatica and …Read More →
How many times have you started a diet program only to find yourself yoyoing right back to where you started? Did you know that most people actually gain an average of three pounds per diet? Will-power alone does not work. As long as you desire your old foods, the odds are high that you will …Read More →
Cut the Sugar. Why You Should Embrace Cutting Refined Sugar Out of Your Diet and Why It’s Not Good for the Human Body.
Around the globe, people consume more than 154 million tons of sugar per year. That means that the average person eats nearly 45 pounds of sugar every year, although consumption among Americans is several times that large. Although many people know that eating too much sugar is not the healthiest choice, it can be hard …Read More →