Benefits You Can Expect From The Restart® Program:
Clothes fit better
Better and more restful sleep
Boosted immune system
Mental clarity and improved mood
Reduced PMS/Menopause symptoms
Week 1: How to prepare for your REAL FOOD sugar detox
Week 2: Your digestive check-in (and the detox begins!)
Week 3: What sugar really does in your body
Week 4: The truth about FATS
Week 5: How to move forward and celebrate your success!
Virtual option available for all classes.
07/16, Sundays, 7:00 - 8:30 PM EST
08/27, Sundays, 7:00 - 8:30 PM EST
09/27, Wednesdays, 7:00 - 8:30 PM EST
10/8, Sundays, 7:00 - 8:30 PM EST
11/19, Sundays, 7:00 -8:30 PM EST
11/21, Tuesdays, 7:00 - 8:30 PM EST
(sugar detox begins after Thanksgiving)
Ancestral Approach, Inc, 213 N Broad St, Lansdale, PA OR Virtual via Zoom
What You Receive:
5 90-minute group meetings virtually or in-person
RESTART® Cookbook, $21.99 value, with sugar-free recipes, resources and 7 day meal plan
Printed workbook in a 3-ring binder
Email/text support from Carolyn for the duration of the program
Lifetime access to the secret RESTART® Carolyn Marotta, NTP Facebook group
In Person Classes
$199* introductory rate
$169**, bring a friend rate
$299*** couples rate
$99 repeat RESTARTers
$209* introductory rate
$178**, bring a friend rate
$309*** couples rate
$99 repeat RESTARTers
10% off for military and seniors
*Refunds are only available up to one week prior to the start of class.
**$30 refund for Bring a Friend rate applied after the first meeting.
***You'll share a workbook and cookbook.
I highly recommend Carolyn’s guidance and insight as a nutritional educator. She presented to my cleanse group last night and today I’m reflecting on the content and applying it to my food choices. Carolyn is a great resource and educator. What a gift to our community!
I have to write a huge thank you to Carolyn Marotta. After 2 years of trying to figure out what is wrong with my stomach, it took her maybe 2 months to figure out what was preventing my tummy from getting better. I would recommend her to anyone who is need of a smart, friendly, helpful and caring nutritionist who really loves what she does!
The RESTART Program has really kick started my commitment to achieving a healthy weight and blood work.
The RESTART Program is a great way to break out of old bad habits while learning the way the body processes food. You’ll be motivated by the changes you feel in yourself to continue with the hard work you’ve been putting in to make these better lifestyle changes.
Did you know refined sugar is linked to³...
High Blood Pressure
Stiffening of the arteries
Are you ready to quit sugar for good?
The average American consumes on average 150 pounds of sugar every year. That is nearly 3 pounds of sugar each week or 12.5 tablespoons per day.
Here are more interesting and shocking facts about sugar:
◊ Today, 31% of American adults and 13% of kids suffer from non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD).¹
◊ Manufacturers add sugar to 74% of packaged foods sold in supermarkets.¹ You can find added sugar in many foods that you might otherwise think are healthy like yogurt, energy bars, or even spaghetti sauce and salad dressings.
◊ Americans consume 66 pounds of added sugar per year on average.¹
According to brain scans, sugar is as addictive as cocaine. It's true that never before in the history of mankind have we had an emergency need to lower blood sugar. Our bodies are put under a lot of pressure to maintain homeostasis (balance) and when we consume added sugar we are constantly stressing our organs (specifically the liver, pancreas and adrenal glands) to store sugar in our cells. When we consume excessive amounts of sugar it is stored as fat and we gain weight.
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- Sugar Science.org
- USDA. “Profiling Food Consumption in America.” United States Department of Agriculture. Sowers, Robert. 2010. http://www.usda.gov/factbook/chapter2.pdf.
- The Richmond Institute for Continuing Dental Education http://www.richmondinstitute.com/preventive/u-s-sugar-consumption-a-not-so-sweet-reality