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Your Keto Journey #4 – Be Encouraged!

Good Morning fellow Keto-ers!

They say that everyone has a gift inside themselves.


My gift is the ability to encourage people.  How do I know what my gift is?  The truth is that I have been moved - In my heart – to inspire, reassure and motivate many people over the past four decades.

The gift that has been placed inside you is simply an ability to do something well and to enjoy what you do.  Also, your gift is for other people, not yourself.

If you know what your particular gift is … I ask you to either start or continue to use it to bless other people.  If you have not opened your gift yet – I want you to look inside your heart and linger a while.  Ask yourself questions about your special interests, passions and desires.  Just remember – your gift is for someone else.

Dr. Colbert is a medical doctor who is passionate about helping other people to stay healthy and even re-gain their health.

My husband and I have been following Dr. Don Colbert for over a decade now.  We have found Dr. Don and his lovely wife Mary to be trustworthy, passionate people who care deeply for others.

We appreciate Dr. Colbert so much that we have put a link on our website (www.katheil.com – click “Resources” at the top of the page) to get “Dr. Colbert’s Keto Zone Diet” book.  We are not affiliated in any way with Dr. Colbert, nor do we receive any compensation when you order the book.

What’s so important about the Keto Zone book?  You will get specific information from a trustworthy medical doctor on food and your health.

Points of interest: Whether you are interested for reasons of weight-loss, good health or you are fighting cancer, this book will provide guidance and helpful information.  Please do not just dismiss this as the rejuvenation of the “A” diet.

  • You can actually eat egg yolks & not just the tasteless egg whites!
  • People who were sent away with negative health reports are alive and well today. 
  • Not all fats are terrible for your health.
  • There is sugar or carbohydrates that produce sugar already inside many foods.
  • Sugars feed cancers!!!
  • Inflammation is the foundation of much sickness and illness.
  • Some foods are well known to cause inflammation.

Some people will say that you cannot stay on this diet.  But if you want to live long, strong and healthy – I agree with Dr. Colbert that we can.

I am so dedicated to this belief that I am working on Keto Recipes right now that are both easy and uncomplicated.

I am HERE for you!

I lost belly fat.

I can tuck my shirt into my pants and not have to rely on those long-in-the-front ladies tops that cover my belly fat!

Share your experiences – good or bad – in the comments below.

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I’m here for YOU!

Good Day, Good Week and Good Health to you all!

Kat Heil




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