Ever wonder.... How does one accomplish the change in lifestyle necessary to lose weight and keep it off? Well, since I have experienced it, I will share that with you. It's not as hard as it sounds. If I can do it, anyone can do it. I love food! Who doesn't? I was eating anything that was convenient and tasted good. After doing the Chirothin diet program, I have learned to shop and prepare and pack my own food. I noticed recently that I would rather have my own food with me than have to eat a burger at a fast food restaurant. How did I accomplish this you might ask. Well, after several weeks of eating real food, that other food lost all of it's appeal. I no longer crave junk. I crave good nourishing food. It was in taking a chance on trying something new, learning a new way, changing my habits, and now.... I just want healthy food. Don't get me wrong, I still have a sweet tooth from time to time. But in the grand scheme of things, My dietary lifestyle change is very significantly different than what I was eating before. I'm sure from time to time, I will still eat something unplanned. But having the knowledge and habits and my body and mind working in my best interest now has made a significant difference in the way I look and feel. It's very empowering to know that lifestyle change is possible and isn't something we have to dread. In short, decide you want to make a change. Try a new way. Keep at it. New habits develop. Then your mindset changes. Simple as that. I'm still a work in progress. But much healthier now. Have a great day! Dr. Payne
Dr. Kim Maziarz Carlucci, DC
I have been a chiropractor for since 1996 but an athlete since I played baseball with the boys in the early pee wee leagues. I continued with sports throughout my high school career: softball, basketball, skiing and competitive horseback riding. In chiropractic school I was introduced to functional exercise and structural rehabilitation and continue to do this type of exercise to this day with great success.