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Is the CardioMetabolic Food Plan the Key to Achieving Your Health and Wellness Goals?

The CardioMetabolic Diet is a transformative program designed to help individuals achieve their health and wellness goals. This diet is inspired by the traditional eating patterns of countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea, known for their emphasis on fresh, whole foods and a balanced approach to eating. When you enroll in our group plan, you receive your comprehensive guide to the CardioMetabolic food plan.

In addition to the food plan guide and recipes, participants will also receive a convenient food plan list to make grocery shopping a breeze. The program also includes access to a supportive social group, where individuals can connect with like-minded individuals, share successes, and find motivation to stay on track.  Renew as you like and continue your success, access to ZOOM and healthy recipes, and group chat.  I will work with you to reach your goals during these sessions.  

One of the unique aspects of the CardioMetabolic Food Plan is the dedicated nurse support. A healthcare professional will be available to answer questions, provide

personalized advice, and offer encouragement throughout the journey. This guidance ensures that participants have the support they need to make informed choices and stay committed to their goals.

Yes, we started this week, and had a great kickoff meeting. We have small groups with no more than 10 people. Don't wait any longer to start your transformation. Join the CardioMetabolic Food Plan Group today and unlock a healthier, happier you! USE THE CODE CM50 AND GET 50% OFF!!!

Session 1: March 18: Why this plan? Modified Mediterranean Approach

Session 2: March 25: Low Glycemic Impact. How did the first week go.  Discuss obstacles. 

Session 3: April 1: Targeted Calories. Hurdle your obstacles. Food Shopping Tips. 

Session 4: April 8: Balancing your Blood Sugar. 

Session 5: April 15: Fiber.  

Session 6: April 22: What are simple sugars? 

Session 7: April 29: What are quality fats?

Session 8: May 6: Phytonutrients.  

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