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From our Students: How I lost weight and stabilized my diabetes

Smiling womanWould you like to discover what students think about their experiences with our fitness classes for weight loss, diabetes and wellness? If so, this is the first in a series of interviews with students, and students who became teachers. Read their thoughts to see how you might transform your life, too.

Jeanne Blauvelt was a student, now Fit-150 trainer, for wellness and weight loss in Austin, TX.

1) What motivated you to take the Fit-150 program?

It was about 3 ½ years ago that I began training with Dr. Zhang using Fit-150 Ideal Metabolism–Ideal Weight. I had been struggling with hormone imbalance, weight gain and most seriously, borderline diabetes


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Exercise Re-defined

Weight Loss in Austin Series.
EXERCISE Re-defined
By Dr Dongxun Zhang, DAOM, PhD. and Lisa Stone, MA.
Consider: Recent scientific research confirms that the human body is built to last 150 years or more.


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Weight loss in Austin series: Think and Lose Weight!

In the U.S. alone, nearly 70 percent of the population has been classified as overweight or obese. 

Millions of people try to lose weight but usually gain it all back; and sometimes even more. Even if they do lose weight, it’s not always in the places where they want to lose it.


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Exercises for Internal Organs

How many of us are thinking about doing exercises for our livers when we head to the gym, or go for a run? What about exercises for the intestines, kidneys, gall bladder, or stomach? The importance of exercising the heart is widely understood, and cardio conditioning is an essential aspect of most exercise programs. What about the other organs? They lay silent day after day, intelligently orchestrating functions necessary for survival such as the assimilation of nutrients, cleansing of the blood, and the removal of toxins from the body. For many, the organs are barely noticed throughout the course of a lifetime, until there is significant distress.


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Why is Vision Health Important?

The belief that as we age we face serious reduction in our eyesight is just that….. “a belief”. It is only in accepting this belief and not taking action in a different direction that this becomes a reality.

The importance of vision in our lives cannot be emphasized enough. Our eyes are the primary light sensor in our bodies. Visual information dominates our senses. Light is such a large part of the environment that most complex life forms have some sort of light sensing capabilities. Vision plays an important role in our daily survival.


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