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Let's Do The Work

Posted by Steph on March 01, 2001 at 16:28:16:

I just started the perfect whole foods diet this week. I am already doing SR and aerobic exercise and I must say that after researching the whole foods archives today, I am so glad that I read the book first. The Healing Power of Whole Foods by Beth Loiselle has EVERYTHING that you need to know to do this diet. Almost every question that I read today would not have needed to be asked if the book had been read. This diet is not hard it is just different and as with any change in our lives we have to adapt. I read this book cover to cover including many of the recipes so I could see how this is done. In the back of the book she provides 3 different extensive lists of what can and cannot be consumed on this diet. I photo copied all of those pages and take them with me to the store. If I don't know what an ingredient is or if I can have it, I look it up. This is an exhaustive resource and I only wish I had studied it sooner. I have read the introduction to that book, which Dr. Stoll wrote, every day to keep me motivated and to remind me why I'm doing this. If you read all the resources that Dr. Stoll has strongly recommended, you will have all the information you need to arm yourself for battle. We have to do the work. I think if I were Dr. Stoll I would just say "Look it up!" Like I tell my 13 year old son everytime he asks me how to spell a word. We are the ones that made the choices that got us in this mess anyway, so we need to be responsible for getting ourselves out of it. After we've done the work exactly as spelled out for 6 months and we're still sick, then maybe Dr. Stoll will need to answer a few questions, that's what I intend to do. In fact, I intend to give a powerful testimonial in 6 months because EACH day that I do what I'm supposed to do, I get a little better. My conclusion after experiencing what I have so far is that if you aren't willing to do the work that Dr. Stoll has suggested, then you aren't sick enough. Personally, I can't afford to hem hall around for one more day. Be encourged, think positive. Think of this as an adventurous journey. I'll let you know what it was like after I reach my destination.



Re: Let's Do The Work (Archive TESTIMONIAL in wellness.)

Posted by Walt Stoll on March 03, 2001 at 11:45:01:

In Reply to: Let's Do The Work posted by Steph on March 01, 2001 at 16:28:16:

Thanks, Steph.

With an attitude like this you WILL be successful!

I hope you will continue to share your progress so others will be inspired to give it a try.

It is a lot of work in the beginning but you have chosen the easiest way to get through that time. Every day, it will get easier.

Namaste`

Walt

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