Members of the Pilot Mountain Woman’s Club are helping to promote and will be taking part in an upcoming Eating Well weight loss program in the lower level of the Charles H. Stone Memorial Library.
Club Vice President Tammy Gilley said members learned of the program from participants in their annual Heart and Soul 5K event.
“One man, Ronnie Luck, has taken part the past two years,” Gilley noted. “This year, I almost didn’t know him. He has lost 100 pounds on this program and he said he feels great. He was talking about it and it sounded great.”
The first evening will feature a free introduction to the program and will take place from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.on June 21. It is open to the public.
Hosts for the program will include Chris Luck, Ronnie Luck’s wife, and Susan Frank. In addition to instruction from a registered nurse and a personal trainer, topics will include eating healthy even when eating out, correctly reading labels and building your own healthy recipe book. Cost for the eight-week program will be $100.
“The object of the class,” Frank explains, “is to release fat from the body in a healthy natural way, to balance blood sugar, lessen the inflammation of the body and detox your body with natural foods and products. You will learn to live a healthier lifestyle and make better life choices.”
“We will teach you why we eat healthy and the benefits of supplementation and why it repairs our bodies,” Chris Luck said. “This plan is so different from anything I’ve ever tried. Healthy eating, even in restaurants, and supplementation was repairing the damage I’d done to my body over the years. And the huge advantage was the weight just started coming off.”
“You see,” she continued, “our bodies want us to be healthy and foods alone just aren’t nutritious any longer. We can fix the damage we’ve done to our bodies but we need the knowledge. This program is the answer and teaches you how to release fat, balance blood sugar, lessen inflammation, detox, build a recipe book and, most importantly, enjoy your journey.”
“This is about eating right,” Gilley said. “It’s not a fad diet plan. I’ve tried all the fads and now I want to do this and learn how to eat right. It’s a healthy program.”
“It really is about health and learning how to eat right,” she continued. “This isn’t a diet, it’s about being healthy and having the energy you need.”