Yes! Groups are a Faith-based initiative that supports weight loss in a small group atmosphere. At the core of Yes! Groups is the INVITATION to change your life! When we change our food, our lives change! Armed with a whole-food approach that eliminates problematic and controlling foods, i.e. sugars and starches you find yourself getting your control back and making healthier choices.
We've all got the diet books sitting on our shelves or filling our kindles, and we have started each and everyone of them but going it alone has been the downfall. Nobody to really talk with, nobody to walk with. Our focus wanes our resolve often disappears in the face of the breakroom! What's missing is community. We're all alone out there facing our hunger all by ourselves. Yes! Groups focus on "going together" and community. Together we link arms with a better way of eating that begins to restore our lives.
Consistently rising on the diet and health landscape is the awareness of the problems with sugars and starches. We take the road of carefully removing these foods. Often our blood sugars normalize, our BP lowers, our meds are often reduced by our doctors, Pre-diabetes goes back into remission and in most cases Diabetes is reversed. We begin to feel better.
As we progress into feeling better we find energy that's been missing for some time. We start to regain confidence and we start saying YES! to our lives again. YES! to our Health and YES! to our future. Then we move back into the places of purpose in our lives.
We have 2 local Yes! Groups in the Lawrenceville area. We'd love to issue you an invitation to say YES! to your life, health and future. Say YES! to changing your food and seeing it change your life. It's a scary step, but we've got people ready to hear your YES! Ready to listen to your story.
Small groups provide community and community helps you keep your focus. As we walk together we find our failure story and our success story add value. We start to move past, "what's for dinner" to "how are you doing, you look so good!". Coming together in a place where everybody knows your name, and understands the pain of being held captive by food.