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Email Support and Weight Loss Tips

By December 22, 2012 February 20th, 2017 Weight Loss

TESTIMONY OF THE DAY

“I’m celebrating Maria today! Only 14 days and I’m down 10 pounds by following Maria’s advice. Went to a party yesterday and even though they were serving Adult Orange Creamsicles (sounded pretty yummy) and other things that I’m not having I managed to avoid it all with really not all that much effort. My cravings were definitely under control and I’m not thinking about unhealthy food every minute of the day. The first few days were tough but it’s gets easier every day. I think L-Glutamine is helping. I’ve been taking it from the beginning. Thank you Maria. I look forward to continuing my journey with your valuable help.” – Terri

Start your journey to health today!  Way to go Terri!

If you are needing more help with diet and supplements that are specific for YOUR body, I do email support for only $75/month!The first 5 people to sign up will recieve 2 FREE boxes of baking mixes of your choice from LC Foods!

Choose from gluten free and low carb pancake mixes to brownie mixes. What a way to start your new way of eating off right!

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For email support, I have you fill out a Health Appraisal Questionnaire (HAQ) which is designed to pinpoint specific areas of imbalance. I then find out which organ of the body may need a little “TLC” and provide you with specific foods, vitamins, minerals and supplements to address any imbalances that are discovered. This test retails for $50 online. I will also provide you with meals and nutrient timing tips to enhance weight loss.

If you need more help with your diet, I also do phone consultations. Which includes an in-depth phone consultation, HAQ assessment (retails for $50 online), meal plans and supplement suggestions for your body, “virtual” grocery store visit, Trader Joe’s visit, restaurant and dining out video, Maximize You Metabolism Presentation, Food Mood Presentation, weekly check ups and videos on how to make FAST and EASY meals for you and your family, tips on baking/cooking, along with exercise suggestions for maximizing your body. You also get email support throughout the month and we will do a 1/2 hour followup one month later to ensure you are on the right track! This is only $299 for the month, which is about the cost of ONE consultation from other nutritionists.

To sign up please click the “contact” menu above and send me a note to get started!

The results from past clients speak for themselves!

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Maria Emmerich

About Maria Emmerich

Maria is a wellness expert who has helped clients follow a Ketogenic lifestyle to heal and lose weight for over 15 years. She has helped thousands of clients get healthy, get off medications and heal their bodies; losing weight is just a bonus. She is the international best selling author of "Keto.". Click here for Keto. http://amzn.to/2EfrECi Click here for our new Keto Courses: http://keto-adapted.com/school/

16 Comments

  • Anonymous says:

    Those mixes have sucralose in them.

  • Jennifer says:

    Phew, Maria – your sheer energy amazes me!!

  • nancy says:

    Maria, do you have any information to go organic with kids. I do some stuff organic but its expensive. My five year old has a funny odor under her arm and reading online said it has to do with hormones in meats, poultry and milk. I am changing little by little but just wondering if you have any tricks on how to save with organic products. Also, I enjoy your post great info and delicious recipes.

  • The Dirty Dozen: Buy Organic

    Peaches: Multiple pesticides are regularly applied to these delicately skinned fruits in conventional orchards.62 pesticides are found on peaches

    Apples: Like peaches, apples are typically grown with the use of poisons to kill a variety of pests, from fungi to insects. Scrubbing and peeling doesn’t eliminate chemical residue completely, so it’s best to buy organic when it comes to apples. Peeling a fruit or vegetable also strips away many of their beneficial nutrients.42 pesticides found

    Sweet Bell Peppers: Peppers have thin skins that don’t offer much of a barrier to pesticides. They’re often heavily sprayed with insecticides. 49 pesticides

    Celery: Celery has no protective skin, which makes it almost impossible to wash off the chemicals that are used on conventional crops.

    Nectarines: With 33 different types of pesticides found on nectarines, they rank up there with apples and peaches among the dirtiest tree fruit.

    Strawberries: If you buy strawberries out of season, they’re most likely imported from countries that use less-stringent regulations for pesticide use. 59 pesticides found
    Blueberries: treated with as many as 52 pesticides, making them one of the dirtiest berries.

    Cherries: Even locally grown cherries are not necessarily safe. In fact, in one survey in recent years, cherries grown in the U.S. were found to have three times more pesticide residue then imported cherries. 42 pesticides

    Pears: As insects become more resilient to the pesticides used on pears, more and more chemicals are used (28 of them)

    Grapes (Imported): Imported grapes run a much greater risk of contamination than those grown domestically only imported grapes make the 2010 Dirty Dozen list). Vineyards can be sprayed with different pesticides during different growth periods of the grape, and no amount of washing or peeling will eliminate contamination because of the grape’s thin skin. Remember, wine is made from grapes, which testing shows can harbor as many as 34 different pesticides.

    Spinach: spinach can be laced with as many as 48 different pesticides, making it one of the most contaminated green leafy vegetable.
    Lettuce: Leafy greens are frequently contaminated with what are considered the most potent pesticides used on food: 51 of them
    Potatoes: America’s popular spud re-appears on the 2010 dirty dozen list, after a year hiatus. America’s favorite vegetable can be laced with as many as 37 different pesticides.

    MEAT: grass fed organic please!
    MILK: organic milk only!
    COFFEE: chemicals and pesticides.

    The Clean 15: “DON’T” bother buying these organic):
    1. Onion – Less pest threat = less pesticides.
    2. Avocado – Think skins = less pesticide build up.
    3. Sweet Corn – Unlikely to end up with any pesticides on kernels.
    4. Pineapple – Tough skin protects form pesticide residue.
    5. Mango – Flesh protected by thick skin.
    6. Asparagus – Less pest threat = less pesticides.
    7. Sweet Peas – Sweet peas are among the least likely vegetables to have pesticide residue.
    8. Kiwi – The peel provides a barrier from pesticides, but wash before cutting.
    9. Cabbage – Less pest threat = less pesticides.
    10. Aubergine/Eggplant – Think skins = less pesticide build up.
    11. Papaya – Pesticide residue stays on papaya skin, but be sure to give them a wash before slicing open.
    12. Watermelon – With that rind, watermelon has a natural defense against the onslaught of any chemical.
    13. Broccoli – Conventional broccoli doesn’t retain so many pesticides because the crop faces fewer pest threats, which means less spraying.
    14. Tomato – Not sure why!
    15. Sweet Potato – Not only are sweet potatoes unlikely to be contaminated with pesticides

  • Heather P says:

    I’d love to see you start putting out your own products based on your recipes. I am an avid fan but just don’t have the time (or desire – I really detest cooking) to make anything. Not that I am lazy..or anything 🙂 Maybe a monthly meal plan like JC but so much healthier! Guessing the start up for that would be crazy though financially speaking.

  • Heather P says:

    I’d love to see you start putting out your own products based on your recipes. I am an avid fan but just don’t have the time (or desire – I really detest cooking) to make anything. Not that I am lazy..or anything 🙂 Maybe a monthly meal plan like JC but so much healthier! Guessing the start up for that would be crazy though financially speaking.

  • Heather P says:

    Have you looked into kickstarter.com? I have seen many businesses get funded there. I think your’s would be a great candidate!

  • Paula says:

    I would love to know what you buy at Trader Joes. We had one open up just an hour from us. Right now I am saving up for the Heal and LOSE WEIGHT FAST then Maintain forever plan you offer, but it most likely won’t be until December of this year. We had some unexpected health expenses and an unexpected car payment added to our budget. SO I am truly thankful for your blog because it allows me to get a head start on a few things right now while waiting to buy the plan.

    • cemmerich says:

      I get organic meats, veggies, etc. There are a lot of packaged foods there I wouldn’t recommend. I have a trader joes grocery store video in my meal plan packages. 🙂

      • Paula says:

        Does it come with all the meal plan packages? I assumed it was only the college plan because that is the only one that specifically says “Trader Joes.” Thanks.

        • cemmerich says:

          It comes with the 30+7 day and 67 day packages also. And the phone consult. There are about a dozen videos in each of those packages. 🙂

  • Julie Ferrell says:

    Hi Maria, I’m not sure where to post this question. I signed up for your post several months ago. I keep coming back looking at recipes and helpful insight. The last two days I did an extensive search for Candida and Wow what an array of information is out there, it’s very confusing. So I came back to your website. My doctor, a nice guy, insist that since the test for 10 most allergies in my state come up negative, I must be reflux. I don’t by it. There’s more to this story. MY Dear Husband wants me to wait until the New Year and go to an allergist. I’m thinking it’s food, especially the more I read. Anyway, I know you do phone intervies but do you just a health assessment sheet? I don’t think I need a phone interview at this time, but a health assessment would probably work. I’m to page 87 on Keto adapted. Thank you Maria for any help you can give me. Julie