Jami Young, Nutrition Challenge Volunteer I can hardly believe all the information that my brain has processed this month! Foods that we consume really do affect our bodies and moods. Kellie Hill at the Right Plan is so AMAZING. She takes the time to listen to my strengths and my weaknesses when it comes to food. Making small weekly changes has proven to be successful in my life. She always offers a better choice. I have needed to almost completely cut out dairy and I loved ice cream. She presented me with great alternatives that I like. I have learned that all bodies are not the same and each of us has our own dietary makeup. Supplements are something that I never imagined that I would take. Kellie is so knowledgeable she gets down to business, kicks your butt, offers solutions that you can live with and encourages you through the entire process. I have been brutally honest with myself and I am seeing results! Looking forward to SUMMER for the first time ever!
Kellie Hill, Nutrition Expert:
Jami has been amazing to work with. She has lost over ten pounds and hiked lower Table Rock with her family. Truthfully, this is just the beginning of Jami’s journey as we will be extending the 30 day challenge so she can reach her goals by this summer. I know she will find success! This week, as we looked at Jami’s Online Nutritional Assessment Questionnaire (which readers can complete at therightplan.com) it became clear that proper digestion was an issue. You can eat the most nutritious, organic, nutrient-dense food but if you’re not digesting and absorbing it . . . well, you just have great, expensive waste. All those fabulous leafy greens she learned about last week need to be properly digested so she is absorbing every bit of these nutrient dense whole foods. To accomplish this, Jami will be following a protocol to increase her body’s natural hydrochloric acid level in order to better breakdown the foods and increase assimilation in her intestines. I want to be clear that this is not a supplement she will be taking long-term, only to “jump start” her body’s natural reactions after a couple years of heavy stress and a few poor eating habits. This will improve her vitamin and mineral absorption, improve her bowel movements, and naturally make her feel more satiated. [Read More] If the above link is unavailable, click here to download the PDF version of the article.