There is a ton of free information available on reversing Diabetes Type II naturally. Blog posts, videos, guides, programs, courses, books, and the list goes on. I have done the research, which by they way evolves regularly, put myself in the driver’s seat of experience and experimentation, and guided others through their own process of healing holistically.
I know the depth of pain, frustration, and fear that keeps you feeling frozen, not knowing where or who to turn to for help. I want to support you in taking your next unique step to healing, whatever that looks like for you. You are now in the driver’s seat… so let’s get going!
Who Is The Everyday Person and Why Is That Important?
You deserve access to the truth about your body’s intuitive ability to heal. With the support of life-enhancing, lifestyle practices, healing comes naturally. The term “where there’s a will, there’s a way,” suggests that everyone is on the same playing field and all you need to do is “set your mind to it.”
While this may be true metaphysically (beyond the limits of sense perception), power-over-people with less resources and poverty are realities in our culture. Many people do not have access to critical information that can liberate them from dis-ease (distance from ease).
When it comes to understanding who the everyday person is, it is easiest for me to tell you who the everyday person is not. The everyday person might not have the resources available to attend a diabetes recovery program with a price tag over $10,000 in the Southwest region of the United States. The everyday person may not have access to a Vitamix high-speed blender. The everyday person may not be able to take a few weeks off of work to focus solely on their recovery with no interruptions.
The everyday person may not learn best from a thick book that is overly scientific or academic. The everyday person may not have access to 100% organic food. In fact, the everyday person may not have access in their own neighborhood to healthy, whole food at all. The list goes on.
My intention is to reach folks who may not otherwise have access to this information. I am building a scholarship fund to help those with lesser resources and contributing to it myself. My coaching programs have built-in reduced fees for low income and disability-identified folks.