getting healthy . . . one habit at a time

Does this sound like you?

  • You always feel depleted of energy and no amount of coffee or sleep seems to help
  • You’ve tried every diet in the book but nothing has been sustainable long-term
  • You wish you had an easy way to lose weight, keep it off, and get healthy.

I get it . . . because I was you

"Over the years, I've struggled with my own weight, while losing many dear friends through various illnesses. On a number of occasions, excessive weight and unhealthy lifestyle choices seemed to be the cause. In particular, when a few dear friends died in their 50’s seriously overweight, it really bothered me. It seemed all I had for them were silly prayers, but no practical recommendations for them to get healthy and lose weight.

In 2017, my daughter Deborah’s husband, Daniel, lost a bunch of weight on a program that focused on healthy habits, not dieting. It was the first time he’d had success, having tried many diets and spent thousands on trainers. Losing 85 pounds changed his life, literally transforming his physical, mental and emotional health, and his relationship with his family."

Francis Anfuso


Ways your life will improve

The truth is: Your health is an investment, not an expense!


Many of us have focused on our spiritual, mental and emotional health, while considering our physical health as either less important, or out of reach. The Bible says, "...your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit...Therefore honor God with your bodies." (1 Corinthians 16:19, 20, NLT)


We are triune beings, made up of a spirit, soul and body. The health of our soul (our mind, will, and emotions) is critically important. That's why the Apostle John prayed, "I pray that you are prospering in every way and that you continually enjoy good health, just as your soul is prospering." (3 John 1:2, TPT)


Some of those who have lost weight and gotten healthy, continue to help others get healthy as well. Incredible opportunities are available to help others, while simultaneously being financially compensated. The Bible says, "Don’t look out only for your own interests, but take an interest in others, too." (Philippians 2:4, NLT)

Get breakthrough results like people . . . we have helped!

The Truth About Habits

“Habits can be either good or bad, but always hard to break. Call them routines or patterns, traditions or addictions. They can be our best friend or our worst enemy. Habits have been defined as 'regular tendencies or practices that are hard to give up.' Good habits can keep us on track, fuel us when we’re empty and encourage us when we’re down. Bad habits can likewise rob us of our peace, break our hearts and can ruin your life.”            Francis Anfuso

Let's get started with your health . . .