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coming from the lens of longevity (living longer).....

As a holistic health and fitness coach, my aim is to empower women to take charge of their health through sustainable lifestyle changes rather than relying on quick fixes or trends. I've found that a holistic approach to nutrition, exercise, and personal development can transform lives, particularly for those who have struggled with weight and health issues.

Part of my journey involves researching various treatments and sharing my findings with my clients and students. In this second part of my Ozempic deep dive, I want to highlight why mindset and holistic health are crucial for long-term success.

Ozempic, a medication initially approved for treating Type 2 diabetes, has gained popularity for its weight loss benefits. However, it comes with significant side effects, as noted by fitness expert and one of my favorite mentors, Jillian Michaels. She has voiced her concerns about the drug, warning of potential thyroid tumors, gallbladder problems, pancreatitis, kidney issues, vision loss, and severe stomach problems, including stomach paralysis. These risks underscore the importance of approaching weight loss and health improvements holistically.

Michaels' cautionary stance is based on her extensive experience in the fitness industry and her commitment to long-term health over temporary solutions. She emphasizes that while medications like Ozempic can provide quick results, they often come at a high cost to overall well-being.

As we delve deeper into this topic, it's essential to consider the importance of a mindset shift. True transformation starts with a decision and determination to change. For those who are obese or dealing with significant health issues, medical supervision is crucial. However, for many, embracing holistic nutrition, regular physical activity, and mental conditioning can lead to profound and sustainable health improvements.

In this series, I'll continue to explore the implications of using medications like Ozempic for weight loss, sharing insights and research to help you make informed decisions. If you haven't yet seen part 1 of this series, I encourage you to watch and read it first.

Let's dive into part 2 and examine why experts like Jillian Michaels predict a massive fallout from the Ozempic craze. Stay tuned for more insights and guidance as we navigate this complex topic together.


Here is a very informative + educational video from April of 2023 with Megyn Kelly and Jillian Michaels; Megyn Kelly is joined by Jillian Michaels, fitness expert and host of "Keeping It Real," to discuss the side effects of Ozempic, safer drug options for weight loss or diabetes, how Ozempic really works, and more.

"Not a Permanent Fix": Jillian Michaels on Truth About Ozempic Danger and Reality"


The Rising Concerns About Ozempic: Insights from Jillian Michaels; if you struggle where OZEMPIC even becomes an option - this might be for you.

THIN VS. HEALTHY fast forward to 8 minute mark

In an exclusive interview with E! News, renowned fitness expert Jillian Michaels expressed her growing concern over the increasing use of Ozempic, a semaglutide injectable originally intended for treating Type 2 diabetes. As the no-nonsense host of the podcast "Keeping It Real," Michaels didn't hold back her apprehensions, particularly given the high-profile endorsements by celebrities like Sharon Osbourne and Chelsea Handler.

Michaels pointed out that as more information emerges about Ozempic, the situation becomes even more alarming. Sharon Osbourne has openly shared her struggles with maintaining weight after using the drug, while Chelsea Handler noted she didn't like how it made her feel. These personal accounts add to the mounting unease surrounding Ozempic's side effects.

"With anything medical, whether we're talking about a vaccine or antibiotics, there's always side effects," Michaels emphasized. She highlighted some of the severe potential downsides listed on the drug's official website, including thyroid tumors, gallbladder problems, pancreatitis, kidney issues, vision loss, and severe stomach issues like stomach paralysis. The latter has even led to a class action lawsuit. A spokesperson for Novo Nordisk, the company behind Ozempic, told Reuters that they "believe that the allegations in the lawsuit are without merit, and we intend to vigorously defend against these claims." A hearing is set for January 25.

Michaels' concerns are rooted in her extensive experience in the health and fitness industry, where she has seen the long-term effects of relying on quick fixes rather than sustainable lifestyle changes. While medications like Ozempic can provide rapid weight loss results, they often come with significant health risks.

For those considering Ozempic, it's crucial to weigh the potential benefits against the serious side effects. Michaels advocates for a holistic approach to health, emphasizing the importance of sustainable nutrition, regular exercise, and mental conditioning over temporary solutions. True transformation begins with a mindset shift and a commitment to long-term health rather than a reliance on medications that may offer quick results but pose substantial risks.

As more information about Ozempic and its effects comes to light, it's essential to stay informed and consult with healthcare professionals to make the best decision for your health. Michaels' candid insights serve as a valuable reminder that while the allure of quick fixes is strong, the path to genuine well-being lies in consistent, mindful, and holistic practices.


The truths about Ozempic they aren't telling you - Jillian Michaels vs Terry Dubrow


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