Deana before and after

The Gift of Health

We feel loved and acknowledged when we receive a gift. But what about the precious gift we should be giving to ourselves—the one we take for granted when we are overweight? Our Health.

Deanna turned 50 on January 5, 2019. She had a fantastic party with family and friends, and she received all the gifts she wanted and even more—but she was shocked by the photos from her celebration. Behind her smile, she was hiding extra pounds underneath loose-fitting clothes. She suffered from aching arthritis in her knees and arms, too. The photos showed a clear message: “Do something about your health. NOW.”

Before she finally decided to lose weight, she started researching programs but wasn’t sure which one to follow. Honestly, she thought all products, diets, and pills were fake until she saw a commercial for GOLO. “I had a different feeling about this plan. Surprisingly, GOLO was more than a good decision. It changed my life.”

The numbers show the success Deanna had with the program. She started GOLO in March of 2019 at 169 pounds. Following our weight loss recommendations, she dropped to 138 pounds by September 2019. Recently, she sent us an update after her 51st birthday this January, with a total of 8 inches off her waist. She went from a size 14 to a size 6.

“I am a whole new person. The approach that GOLO has is different from all that I ever tried before. They use the science of Release with a great meal plan, plus the holistic approach towards health. You have to be healthy inside to show it on the outside. I am happier, healthy, and more energetic. The frumpy clothes and arthritis? They are gone…gone!”

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