About a year ago, I needed to make a major change... I needed a "life reset."
Whatever I was doing with my health wasn't working. Everything hurt. And my productivity was suffering.
My wife suggested I go to Canyon Ranch for a week. I dragged my feet – at first. I didn't know what this "Canyon Ranch" place was... And besides, I didn't feel like I had a week to spend – particularly on myself.
"Make the time," she said.
She was adamant because we both knew I needed to do something different. I needed a "life reset." And I wasn't succeeding on my own. So while it seemed like I was too busy, I made it work.
I'm so glad I did...
Canyon Ranch is an extraordinary place.
I didn't know what I was getting into. I figured I would end up eating like a bird and exercising until I dropped... or something like that.
But that didn't happen. Instead, I used my time there to learn how to truly make changes in my life...
We had our choice of activities and consultations. I chose to do some physical tests and medical tests, to get a sense of my health and fitness baseline and how I could best improve. But the biggest changes came in trying to fix what's between my ears – getting my mind straight, so I could perform at my best.
In the end, the most important part of the week wasn't what I did. It was who I met...
On the second day, I met with Dr. Param Dedhia, Medical Doctor and Director of Sleep Medicine at Canyon Ranch. We hit it off and spent a lot of time together that week. And I'm not exaggerating when I say this...
Dr. Dedhia helped me change my life.
Since my trip to Canyon Ranch...
- I'm down 36 pounds.
- I went from "pre-diabetic" to "no risk."
- My triglycerides fell from 251 to 125.
- My inflammation marker ("CRP") fell by 50% – from 3.0 to 1.5.
Beyond that, I feel good. I think to myself, "Why did I wait so long to make a major change?"
I thought I was too busy. I was concerned with taking care of everything else. So I didn't worry about myself. And over years and years, that took a major toll.
It was foolish. And I'm so glad I finally took the time to focus on my health and well-being.
My visit to Canyon Ranch – and the radical change I've had since – were so impactful that I want to share the experience with as many people as possible.
I want you to experience what I experienced. So I got together with Dr. Dedhia and Canyon Ranch, and we scheduled a "Stansberry takeover" this February. I encourage you to join us...
Since I realize a full week is tough to come by for you and me, we'll get together for five days. Dr. Dedhia and I have created a program of events and activities designed to help you live your best life.
The same team that oversaw me will be there for you. Dr. Dedhia will be there. I will be there. My friend and colleague Dr. David "Doc" Eifrig will be there. And so will many others. Doc and I will even host private lectures for our Stansberry guests. You won't hear these talks anywhere else.
I can't promise that your results will be the same as mine... But I can promise you a chance to hit the "reset" button and dramatically improve your health and happiness.
So I look forward to seeing you this February, as Stansberry takes over the Ranch! For more details, click here.
P.S. I'm serious... If you're interested in this trip, don't wait to sign up. Rooms are filling up, and we have a limited number of spots left. So if you're ready to get away and make a real, lasting change, I hope you jump at this chance... You'll find everything you need to know right here.
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