This Week Only: Save 85% on New Year New You Summit

by Ann Marie Michaels on January 12, 2014

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New Year New You Summit

We’ve had some crazy weather this past couple weeks, so we’ve decided to push the New Year New You Summit until Monday January 20th.

While you’re waiting for the Summit to start, take advantage of this special offer…

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Two For One Special: Pre-Order the Download Package and Get Last Year’s Summit Too

This week only: pre-order the New Year New You Summit and get last year’s Healthy Life Summit.

You’ll get over 66 hours of audio interviews and 66 hours of video slideshows — for only $49. Save over 85%!

Click here to read more about last year’s Healthy Life Summit.

Click here to pre-order now!

Hurry — this special pre-launch offer expires January 19th!

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Lynn January 13, 2014 at 6:28 AM

If we’ve already ordered the New Year, New You summit does this now include the new offer of last year’s video summit Healthy Life summit? How would we access it?
thanks lynn

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Jen January 14, 2014 at 12:55 PM

This site is just all ads. Tells me what you are in it for. I re-subscribed towards the end of last year b/c you were starting to provide some great information like you did in the early days. Is that just not profitable?

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Jeff Lebowski January 24, 2014 at 6:17 AM

For the couple of videos I’ve watched thus far, this Summit seems to tell people what they want to hear:

- It’s okay to eat all the sugar one wants
- Cake for breakfast and peanut butter cups for dinner is acceptable
- Don’t be too concerned about exercise

In the DaNelle Wolford interview, Ann Marie gives us the old “…life is short, and we really should enjoy it.” Being middle-aged, I agree about life being short. But, shouldn’t there be some equal attention to consequences to our behavior?

Or, should the take-away be “cake is a perfectly acceptable breakfast food, because (1) I crave it, (2) I’m giving my body what it wants, and (3) it’s made with coconut oil and we all know that’s healthy.”?

If one never had cake in their life, would they crave it? Are we supposed to believe that all cravings are healthy? Think about that for a minute. Do people instinctively crave cake or peanut butter cups? How can one crave something they’ve never eaten? I’ve never eaten beef tongue, and, I assure you, I have no innate desire to do so.

Also, many in this “Real Food” fad seem to be obsessed with scale weight. Having a svelte physique is not necessarily a marker of health. The implied message seems to be that, as long as I’m thin and the scale reflects some arbitrary number, I need not worry about heart disease, cancer, etc.

Why aren’t the people in this Summit (and the endless other ones) posting some supplemental information with their “Real (Cake) Food Diet,” like the results of an NMR LipoProfile, a Coronary Calcium Scan, a Hemoglobin A1c test, and so forth? Whether or not we want to acknowledge it, the foods we eat are directly affecting what’s happening inside our bodies. Ignoring that fact doesn’t negate its validity.

There seems to be little objectivity in these dietary cults. For example, Person #1 reads the e-books of Persons #2, #3, and #4. Now, Person #1 write and sells their own e-book, which is a repackaging of the materials from Persons #2, #3, and #4. Now, there is yet another e-book supporting the same views. Having more and more people saying the same thing doesn’t make it true.

What’s the real motivation? Is it selling videos and e-books?

This community seems to be full of self-promoting, cross-merchandising lay people providing anecdotal information that, at best, may be of little value, and, at worst, may be harmful.

This is just one frustrated person’s opinion, so please take it with a grain of organic pink Himalayan sea salt.

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