The Shepherd’s Diet Plan by Kristina Wilds helps unlock the body’s healing energies. It teaches people to incorporate good fats into their daily diet. These fats have innate healing capabilities that can support metabolism, cell signaling, immunity, hormone production and the absorption of a variety of nutriments.
Shawna Michael reveals in this report important details about the Shepherd’s Diet Plan and what it offers to user.
According to Shawna, “A newly launched weight loss program developed by Kristina Wilds named “The Shepherd’s Diet” really does work so that people cast off unwanted body weight and keep it off. The program is also known as the Biblical Belly Breakthrough which takes inspiration from one of the earliest primeval guidance books in the world. This fitness program teaches people to plan ahead to have the right food choices to hand at the right times which can help them to stay on track and come through their weight loss goals.”
“The Shepherd’s Diet focuses on nutrition knowledge, understanding high-fat approach, incorporating good fats, portion control, calorie awareness and science-based biblical secrets. This diet plan aids effective meal planning, aids portion control and helps keep meals healthily balanced but minified in calories to promote effective weight loss.”
Moreover, Shawna says that people would be able to lose up to 80 pounds of stubborn excess body fat after following this diet plan. This program explicates in detail the principles of a healthy diet. It is general advice for a number of people, however, the advice may be different for certain groups of people including pregnant women, people battling against life-threatening diseases or those with special dietary requirements.
Following this diet plan helps to avert certain long-term diseases such as diabetes, stroke and heart disease. It may also help to scale down peril of developing some cancers and help people to keep a healthy body weight. The Shepherd’s Diet revolves around educating people to incorporate good fats into their daily diet.
According to the Biblical Belly Breakthrough, these fats have innate healing capabilities that can support metabolism, cell signaling, health of a number of body tissues, immunity, hormone production and the absorption of a variety of nutriments. These fats help boost the digestive and metabolic functions of the body in order to quickly burn overmuch body fat. Having sufficient amount of fat will help keep people feeling full between meals. In addition, people’s brains are fat-based which is why changes in fat composition can affect transmission of nervous system impulses.
She further adds, “Accordingly, balancing a person’s fat intake can promote ideal functioning of their whole body. As a result, it is important that people give priority to whole food fat sources in their diets. Not only does this program help people shift their diet today by getting good fats back into their regime but it also helps with other key skills and mindsets that are part and parcel of efficacious, realistic and sustainable weight loss.”
“The Shepherd’s Diet helps unlock the body’s healing energies. It unlocks a person’s life force to heal them from the inside and addresses the root causes of different maladies and illnesses. The Shepherd’s Diet treats mild sicknesses, normalizes cholesterol numbers, kills off hunger, avoids bloating, increases vitality, prevents diseases and improves a person’s overall health condition through healing fats. Every day people will be taken by a surprise by how eating more “Healing Fats” is the secret to changing their body into the fat burning furnace, the creator claims.”
This diet plan revitalizes a person’s overall health physically, mentally and spiritually. The program teaches people how sleep is the key that affects weight loss. A person’s ability to burn calories plus the food choices they make all contribute to nighttime calorie burning. A person’s body burns more body fat without difficulty when they are in a deep sleep than when they are just lying reading in bed or tossing and turning around.
Calories burned during sleep are used to keep up important functions in the body. Monitoring and maintaining a person’s internal temperature, repairing cells and pumping blood are some of the nighttime activities that their body naturally does. Furthermore, the program comes with “High-Fat Approach to Fast and Easy Weight Loss” which helps scale down the aging process, rejuvenates all cells in a person’s body and marks down their excess body weight. The Shepherd’s Diet also comes with “The Higher Power Prayer Method” which helps people avoid the temptations of the unhealthy foods and drastically marks down their peril of the gluttony.
There are a plentitude of factors that can lead to cravings for unhealthy foods such as depression, hormonal fluctuations, reaction to stress and eating disorders. These cravings can be extremely difficult to defeat but with the help of The Higher Power Prayer Method people can do it.
The Shepherd’s Diet comes with “Smart Carb Feasting Trick” which teaches people to be smart about how and when they eat carbs. Removing carbs may help people take a load off excess body weight in the short term but this can lead to a restrictive, unhealthy relationship with food. This trick helps people intelligently eat carbs so that their insulin levels and metabolism do not get disturbed.
To conclude her evaluation, Shawna says, “People can try out these seven cooking hacks to amaze their partner, friends and family. Additionally, the program contains some bonus items including Grocery Field Guide, Fat Loss Protocol, Prayer Warrior Anti-Stress Guide and Fat Burning Furnace Nutrients Report. The Shepherd’s Diet comes with a 60 day money back refund guarantee. If in case customers are not satisfied with this diet plan then they can claim their full refund by contacting the customer representative of the company. For consumer protection, interested folks should only order this guide from its official website (link given below).”
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After a dinner out with her family where the staff struggled to find a seat that she would fit into, Jennifer Butters knew she needed to lose weight. At the time, the 5-foot-5-inch woman weighed 410 pounds.
After three and a half years of hard work, she dropped a total of 275 pounds.
“The most difficult part for losing the weight was in admitting to myself that I was out of control with my emotional eating and that if I didn’t stop, I was likely going to die from the damage it was causing,” Butters, 53, of Lebanon, Pennsylvania, told TODAY via email.
Like so many women, she put on weight during her three pregnancies and failed to lose it. That, combined with a love of baked goods and comfort food, meant Butters’ weight increased dramatically before she realized that if she didn’t change her habits, her high cholesterol and pre-diabetes would become bigger problems.
“I’ve learned that whenever we live in an unbalanced way … our lives can’t be truly healthy or happy,” she said.
For the past three years, she’s maintained her weight loss thanks to a focus on mindful eating.
“I hope that people know what seems impossible is possible with God and no matter what our stories have been in the past, we can write a happier ending,” she said.
Butters shared her advice for losing and maintaining weight loss.
Before losing 275 pounds, Butters tried — and failed — to lose weight many times. People told her she’d “never lose weight and keep it off.” But she started anyway.
“Don’t let any excuses get in your way,” she said. “Choose a healthy, balanced weight-loss plan and surround yourself with as much support, encouragement and inspiration.”
2. Find a plan that works with your lifestyle.
Butters keeps a food journal — it helps her make smart food choices and count calories. She also walks and bikes for exercise instead of going to the gym. These changes make sense with her life, so adding them feels easy.
“I focus on keeping balance,” she said.
3. Shop around the outside of the grocery store.
Vegetables, fruits, lean meats, low-fat dairy and whole grains make up the bulk of Butters’ diet. She buys them and stays away from the center of the grocery store, often where processed foods, snacks and sugary beverages are.
“I basically stick to eating foods found in the perimeter of the grocery store,” she said.
While Butters worked hard to lose weight, it did not feel as difficult as being overweight. Feeling exhausted from doing the smallest task or being humiliated when she couldn’t fit somewhere took more energy than eating healthfully and exercising.
“Being morbidly obese is harder. Choose your hard. I choose living healthy,” she said. “Staying healthy and keeping the weight off ‘tastes’ much better than any kind of food.”
5. Give yourself off days.
For birthdays, anniversaries or holidays, Butters enjoys foods that aren’t part of her eating plan. But she doesn’t worry about over-indulging.
“It feels so much better to be at a healthy weight and to be free of all the emotional baggage I carried around that I don’t completely enjoy eating ‘off plan’ for very long. After a day or so off, I am ready to get back on,” she said.
6. Be mindful about your eating habits.
Butters gained a lot of weight by simply not paying attention. She’d binge on food without thinking about it. But those habits make living a healthy life almost impossible.
“Continue focusing on healthy, balanced eating and living. Don’t think you can go back to mindless eating and careless living again and stay at a healthy weight and lifestyle. It’s not possible,” she said.
7. Be positive.
“Too often, we view our struggles as proof that we’re weak … and this leads us to more and more negative thoughts and doubts,” she said. “But I have learned that the struggles we go through are proof that we have not given up.”
You definitely know Tony Danza from his acting career — he famously starred in Taxi and Who’s the Boss? — but if you spend time in New York’s Little Italy, you’ve also likely seen him at Alleva, the cheese shop he co-owns. A perk of the job, of course, is that he gets to name a sandwich after himself and eat it all the time (along with the chicken Parmesan and broccoli rabe). Plus, Alleva provided him with the necessary fuel for another job this week, singing and dancing at 54 Below. Read all about it in this week’s Grub Street Diet.
Thursday, March 16 I enjoyed the morning with my coffee and practiced on my ukulele. Every day, I have a big glass of Metamucil and then I work out. It’s my meditation, and I need a good sweat in the morning to feel right. Usually, I do interval training with weights and cardio to get my heart rate way up. I lie to the stationary bike and enter my age as 50, so it pushes me. [Editor’s note: He’s 65!]. Had half of a sandwich, a banana, and a couple of breadsticks with the rest of last night’s tea. I make a big cup. The breadsticks are addictive, but I control it with the banana.
I did an AOL Build interview and, in the car, some radio for the Philly talent show I’m hosting at Northeast High School. I owe the school such a debt of gratitude from the year I was there. Then down to Alleva. Got the driver, Graham, a “Tony Danza,” made by the sandwich artist Joe Marone. A “Tony Danza” is thinly sliced roast beef, Swiss cheese, hot peppers, lettuce, and spicy mustard on a dug-out Italian roll. I love the cold cuts, but you don’t want to eat too much of that processed meat. Got myself one, too, plus some more soup, chicken Parm, and broccoli rabe. I have shows Friday and Saturday and need to stock up, as I won’t be back until Sunday. Everything, lately, is from my store. I used to cook! Got home and had half of the sandwich with some chips and a salad of iceberg lettuce, garlic, onions, and cucumbers.
I came to own Alleva because my former boxing manager, Cha Cha, is from the neighborhood, and he was clocking that store because it’s on the best corner in Little Italy. He said to me, “I think we can buy this store. This guy’s got no more kids!” He kept asking, and finally the guy said yes. So a few of us bought the store. I was just the silent partner. And then my friend got sick and unfortunately passed away, and I decided to see what I could do with it. Now, I feel a tremendous sense of responsibility, not just to him, but to keep a 125-year-old store alive. I want to try to turn it into a heritage brand. It’s hard to believe it’s one of the oldest things in America. So I became the big cheese.
Danny DeVito, my pal, made his Broadway debut in The Price. He was great! Didn’t go to the after-party, I have to work tomorrow night at 54 Below. I had the other half of the sandwich with some tortilla chips and a glass of red wine. Made my green tea, lemon, and honey, and turned in.
Friday, March 17 Normal morning. Coffee, Metamucil. Workout and newspaper. Banana and three breadsticks. Tap class at 12:30.
Picked up an iced coffee after my walk to 54th Street. Stopped in to see my acting teacher, and then went down to Nola to tap dance for an hour with the great Patty Lochery. Walked home and had a bowl of lentil soup, and the eggplant Parm on a piece of toasted Italian bread. Put a beer in the freezer before I ate, and it was really cold with my sandwich.
At 4 p.m., I went to a sound check at 54, again on 54th Street. Walking back and forth is harder today because of the mounds of snow and St. Patty’s Day. Lots of people out in green. Quick sound check and back to my place. Bowl of soup and the other half of the sandwich. You’ve got to always have a sandwich in your refrigerator. I’m telling you.
Did my show. It went well. Sang and danced pretty well. Michael Feinstein and Marilu Henner were there. Afterward, Marilu and I went to Patsy’s on 56th Street, and I had vodka on the rocks with a twist of lemon, and a glass of red wine with a half-order of chicken Parm. I guess I like that. Finished with some great grappa. Home, tea, and bed.
Saturday, March 18 I woke up and my voice felt weird, and I got nervous for the show tonight. But as usual, after my workout, I felt better. It’s amazing what vigorous exercise will do. I started the day with coffee and my usual Metamucil, banana, and breadsticks. I was glad to have the food I grabbed from Alleva, and I continued to live on it. I went to the market and got some potatoes, onions, broccoli, and garlic for a side dish with the chicken Parm. I worked on an opening for the show and killed the afternoon.
The weather was bad, so I grabbed a cab to the club and went on at 8 p.m. I had a really good show. I know because I had so much fun doing it. The chef at the club made a recipe for shrimp scampi from my cookbook, Don’t Fill Up on the Antipasto. My father would be proud. He did most of the cooking when I was young, and taught me how to cook.
After the show, the kitchen sent me a great grilled-chicken sandwich with avocado, tomato, and lettuce. Lynn Bound, the chef at Feinstein’s 54 Below, can really cook. The food there is so good that it puts pressure on the entertainment. I was jazzed after the show and hung out at the club, and had a few vodkas on the rocks, twist of lemon. Got home late, made tea, and felt good.
Sunday, March 19 Paid the price for last night and woke up with a serious hangover. Once I got moving again, my workout saved me. I had a date to meet my daughter at 1:30 p.m. in Little Italy. She’s a yoga instructor and had a class to teach earlier. I had coffee, and then my usual banana and breadsticks, before I left my apartment. Took the B train to Grand Street and walked to Alleva. Beautiful day.
My daughter met me, and we went to La Mela on Mulberry Street. We love the baked clams, and had two orders with bread and Pinot Grigio. Then we both had a big bowl of pasta e fagioli. Finished with a double espresso and went back to the store. My daughter got some stuff for home, and I grabbed some, too.
Later, watching some news show, I cut up some fresh carrots, celery, broccoli, and potatoes, and defrosted a container of turkey soup that I had in the freezer. I added the vegetables and it was really good. Ate it all. Two bowls with a bunch of breadsticks. Thank goodness for the freezer. Tea, an apple, and some chocolate.
Monday, March 20 Spent the day preparing for Northeast High School’s talent show — getting the prizes and beginning to write the show. I got the list of acts, and it’s going to be a long show. I can’t wait. I’m also trying to cast a play I’ve written. I had it in my head. I took a one-day playwriting course from eight in the morning to six at night and got it out. There’ll be a reading for directors and investors on April 26 at the CAA offices in the Chrysler Building. I’m excited about hearing the play out loud. I have three of the seven parts cast. Good actors. I also called some old friends, uncles, and aunts, and said hello and checked on them.
I took my tuxedos and shirts to the cleaners so that they will be ready for the shows next weekend. After a workout, I had my Metamucil and a banana with some breadsticks. Never got down to the store, but had a bowl of lentil soup, half of a medium container of cabbage in garlic and oil, and the last of the eggplant and chicken Parm. I wish I could be more accurate, but ayy yo, give me a break.
Tuesday, March 21 I had a radio tour to support the talent show in Philadelphia — four interviews with Philly morning-radio shows. I’ve done them all before, as this is the sixth annual Teachers vs. Students talent show at Northeast High School, and they are nice enough to put me on to publicize the show. I had my second cup of coffee during the interviews; and then when I finished, I did the banana-breadstick thing.
I had a photo shoot at Patsy’s restaurant on 56th and Eighth for this story at 1 p.m., and I got there about 15 minutes before the photographer. Sal, who owns the joint, again made a plate of chicken Parm for the shoot, and I took it with me after we got the shot.
I took the B train to Grand Street and got to the store about 1:30. Another beautiful day to sit in front of the store and watch the world go by. I had some chicken oreganata and a combo of cabbage, chickpeas, onions, and anything else our chef, Danny Paolucci, could find. So good! I got some breadsticks and some fresh breaded, deep-fried chicken cutlets. I will freeze them. The verdict is in: I eat a lot of chicken.
Got home with the food and made potatoes, onions, and broccoli in garlic and oil. Lots of bread, and after the vodka, I got to the red wine. Two Tate’s double-chocolate cookies and green tea, lemon, and honey.
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After a dinner out with her family where the staff struggled to find a seat that she would fit into, Jennifer Butters knew she needed to lose weight. At the time, the 5-foot-5-inch woman weighed 410 pounds. After three and a half years of hard work, she dropped a total of 275 pounds. “The most […]
The chicken Parmesan at Patsy’s is one of his favorites. Photo: Noah Fecks You definitely know Tony Danza from his acting career — he famously starred in Taxi and Who’s the Boss? — but if you spend time in New York’s Little Italy, you’ve also likely seen him at Alleva, the cheese shop he co-owns. […]
Sipping on sauvignon blanc or enjoying a glass of red with dinner can be a nice way to unwind after a hectic day. While drinking wine can provide some health benefits, such as increasing your good cholesterol and reducing your odds of heart disease, alcohol also delivers empty calories and not many nutrients, which can […]
HOUSTON, TX–(Marketwired – March 24, 2017) – Mama June Shannon from TLC’s Here Comes Honey Boo Boo has recently been in the news due to her startling weight loss. Her role on the show often featured her excessive and sometimes extreme eating habits mainly due to what she admitted to be emotional eating. Though Mama […]