Retired police officer Frank Gennari was searching hunting spots in Pennsylvania last fall when he tripped over a log and severely injured his leg. Never one to tread lightly, Frank got up with every intention of continuing with his trip.
Jane Alworth-Menta has weathered many storms, both literally and figuratively. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2007 and underwent a mastectomy. Last October, five years after she lost her breast to cancer, Jane traveled to New Orleans for reconstructive surgery. The surgery went well.
“The weekly meetings were constructed to provide educational handouts and group discussions, which helped to build my confidence and stay committed in reaching my weight loss goals. The program showed me how to cook and shop healthier and how to make better choices when I went out to eat with my family or on vacation.”
“The difference between this program and diet programs is that this one teaches the skills of eating healthy, shopping healthy, and living healthy. It should be thought of as a lifestyle change instead of a diet. Since I’ve started, I’m down about 60 pounds, off two diabetes medications and my bloodwork has not looked this…