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Client success stories with weight loss and sleep

"With Nikki, she talks about how weight loss isn't the primary goal. And I think it was more of a by-product of the work that we were doing together. But the success is defined really, not just about the weight loss, but about the general health improvements that I was seeing. Now, that being said there definitely was a difference. I was not counting calories. I'm not limited myself to the amount of food. So it wasn't portion control necessarily at all. I was focused really more on the types of foods that I was eating and then, of course, things like chewing, you know, making sure that we were doing the things that, that Nikki promoted and in the end I have lost 28 pounds in the last 11 weeks." Kim Clark

[00:00:00] Nikki: Hey everyone. This is Nikki in Sydney, and this is episode 70 client success stories with weight loss and sleep. 

[00:00:09] Sydney: this is fearless wellness, a podcast that has made for women who are experiencing hormone issues and who are feeling overwhelmed.

[00:00:18] Nikki: Here we will give you bite-sized tips to help you balance your hormones and nourish your body. So you can have more energy, and happiness. we’re your hosts, Nikki Walton. 

[00:00:27] Sydney: And Sydney.

[00:00:29] Nikki: We want to be your health coaches. Ready? Let’s go.

[00:00:34] Sydney: After our last client success episode, we got some great feedback that sharing success stories is really helpful and inspirational. So we decided to keep doing it.

[00:00:43] And today we have our special guest Nikki’s client, Kim Clark, Nikki, give us a little background on Kim.

[00:00:50] Nikki: Okay. So Kim and his wife and I started working together when our family was still living in Texas. And that was back when I was visiting my clients in their homes. And so our families became. Really good friends and my kids still ask if they can go back and visit them in Texas. And so that was, that’s such a, such a beautiful thing about pre COVID, right?

[00:01:14] Is that you got, you get more interaction, but the cool thing about post COVID is that you can keep. Relationships alive over, over zoom. So, um, so it was just so fun to work with them the first time. And then they reached out to me the second time and I, you know, never say never, I didn’t think it could get any better, but it definitely has So when we say special guest, we really mean it. He’s a very special guest.

[00:01:40] Sydney: That’s so cool. I love to hear it. And yes, there are a lot of digital platforms that have really blossomed through COVID right. So it is really fun to even be doing this today with. Kim. I love it. Kim, can you give us a little introduction what’s going on in your life, health wise, when you decided that you needed to change?

[00:01:57] Kim: Sure. Uh, well, first off, thank you, Nicki. And, uh, as you know, Nancy and I both love you and your family, and it’s, it’s great that we’re making the connection again, and it’s even more fun when occasionally that the kids pop in and we get to see them in the background. So,

[00:02:12] Nikki: Uninvited, but they do pop in.

[00:02:14] Kim: well, we, we love you guys and, uh, it is nice to be able to, to work together again.

[00:02:19] Well, let me start by saying that, uh, I really had, uh, a number of what I would say, uh, concerning health issues that, that. Kind of drove us, uh, back to contacting Nicki. Uh, I’ll just kind of run through a list of things here, but, um, one of them was, uh, consistently I was gaining weight and, uh, you know, it it’s, it was so much different being closer to 60 than being closer to 40.

[00:02:47] Uh, I’d always been very, uh, active and, uh, exercised and really, it was easy to manage my weight and. As I’ve, uh, approaching 60 here that has gone the exact opposite way. And so I found even when I was trying to, to control my calories and, and do the traditional diet type things, uh, I was really unable to.

[00:03:13] Keep my weight off. And as a matter of fact, I was going the other way. I was consistently gaining weight and, and that was definitely one of the big concerns. Another is, uh, I was always tired, you know, from the, the moment I woke up, uh, you would think in the morning you would be the most refreshed, the most ready to go, but, uh, I would wake up and I would, I would be exhausted.

[00:03:33] I’d just wake up. And of course I had to get myself up and get going anyway, but it was clear that I was not having restful sleep and, and that was just a concern. And that’s been going on really for a couple of years. Uh, another thing was I’ve, uh, sorry, this is, this is gonna be a long list. I, I was a mess in other words, but, uh,

[00:03:54] Nikki: We love it. We love it.

[00:03:57] Sydney: I know, I really do because a lot of the people listening are gonna be like, yep. Yep. They know like it’s, it’s not uncommon what you’re saying.

[00:04:05] Kim: Yeah. And, uh, really it, I, I just have found again, as I’ve gotten older, that these things have become more prevalent, but, uh, another issue was I have, uh, a history of diabetes in the family and it’s never really been a concern as a matter of fact, uh, you know, uh, up until recently all my blood sugar tests were within the normal range, but, uh, I do home testing and all of a sudden now, Fasting readings were in the prediabetic, uh, you know, levels.

[00:04:34] And, and so that was definitely a concern. Uh, I also, I know I have food sensitivities and so every morning I would wake up with a cough, not only be tired, but, uh, I would also have a cough and, and, uh, it would take, you know, kind of a half an hour or so just to, to clear out my lungs and to feel like I could breathe.

[00:04:55] Um, another couple of issues. Uh, I had intestinal issues, uh, which was kind of chronic. And then finally my joints hurt there. There clearly was inflammation issues and I would go out and try and exercise and, you know, had limited success just simply because it was, it was painful. I think, combination of inflammation and probably just being overweight.

[00:05:19] Was, uh, all part of that problem, but, uh, yeah, all of those things really were enough finally, where my wife and I, and, and she has, you know, her list, but, uh, between us, we were like, uh, we need to do something about this.

[00:05:33] Nikki: my gosh. I love hearing like Sydney. I just love hearing that list. It’s

[00:05:38] Sydney: You know,

[00:05:39] Nikki: it’s so inspiring cuz it’s like everybody that’s listening is like that’s me. And so they wanna hear the ends. It, but we’re not gonna get there yet. we’re gonna make everybody keep listening

[00:05:49] Kim: There is a story

[00:05:51] Nikki: Yes. Yeah. The end is the end is so good.

[00:05:53] So Kim dig a little bit deeper for us and tell us, explain to us a little bit more about like the frustrations that you were feeling as, as you were trying to solve the problems on your own. You said you were, you know, you’re trying the typical diet and exercise and just talk to us about how, how that was feeling, how that was going for.

[00:06:09] Kim: sure. Um, you know, I think just from a high level, just the lack of success, the, the feeling that I was not in control. Was very discouraging, right? It, it just felt like my health was, uh, not in, within my control anymore. And, uh, you know, as I mentioned earlier, like when it came to losing weight, not only was I not losing weight with the things that I was trying, but I was gaining weight.

[00:06:36] And, uh, you know, the, the constant fatigue, it, it really just felt like I was not in control of my health. And so I knew that really the things that I was facing and, uh, the way to improve was probably beyond my understanding. Uh, I was committed to doing good things in my life, but I think it was really just around education and understanding ultimately what the sources were and what was going to.

[00:07:03] To improvements. And so, um, it, yeah, it, it really was just that feeling of being out of control and recognizing that I needed to get some help in order to, to do the right things in order to achieve the goals and to correct the things that I went through, the list of, uh, above.

[00:07:23] Sydney: My heart is just like, my heart is just aching for people because the, the traditional model of health and weight loss. Is so limited is so limited and, and it misses such a big portion of health and wellness. And then, you know, at, at the base level, even losing weight, you know what I mean? Like that, it, it is confounding that, like, why was that model not working for you?

[00:07:46] And, and we’ll totally get into it. And we always tell people that what we do with nutritional therapy, isn’t a weight loss program. But here we are sharing a weight loss success story. So I’m kind of, could you share Kim, how does this approach differ from just your traditional, you know, standard American weight loss program?

[00:08:07] Kim: Sure. And, you know, I, I think I’ll echo one thing that you just said, Sydney, and that is, I, I know with. With Nikki, she talks about weight loss. Isn’t the primary goal. Um, and so in this case, I think it was more of a, a bright product of the work that we were doing together. but the success is defined really, not just about the weight loss, but about the general health improvements that I was seeing.

[00:08:33] Now, that being said there, there definitely was a difference. You know, I was not counting calories. Um, I’m not limited myself to the amount of food. So it wasn’t, you know, portion control necessarily at all. Uh, I was focused really more on the, the types of foods that I was eating and then, you know, kind of that eating window.

[00:08:54] Some people call it intermittent fasting, but just making sure that I was not eating all day long and into the, into the evening, uh, so that my digestion had an opportunity really of getting a break in the evening. So, uh, other things that, that Nikki taught that made a big difference is the focus on chewing.

[00:09:15] And so, you know, she, she teaches how digestion starts in the. And, and so it, it got to be kind of a joke with Nancy and I, where we’re just sitting there. How many chooses was that? How many choose was that? Did you get your 30 twos in, you know, uh, but it, it really, it, there was a mental thought process around this, uh, in the quality of foods, uh, in the time that we were eating.

[00:09:41] And then of course, things like chewing, you know, making sure that we were. Uh, doing the things that, that Nikki promoted and, uh, in the end, uh, I have lost, uh, 28 pounds in the last 11 weeks. And so,

[00:09:56] Sydney: goodness.

[00:09:57] Kim: you know, there’s, there’s no question about the fact that, uh, even though the focus might not be weight loss, uh, weight loss is definitely a successful part of this process.

[00:10:07] And, uh, you know, some days I wanna sit there and argue with, uh, Nikki about. The methods, but, uh, it’s very difficult to argue against the, the success of the principles that she’s teaching. I, I really believe in the things that we’re trying to do and the weight is dropping. And I’m sure we’ll talk about some of the other health benefits here in a minute as well.

[00:10:28] Nikki: Yeah, so you’re, you’re definitely getting there. Want you, I want you to take us, take us to that moment when you realize that it was actually working and, and for you as working together, we’ve realized that it’s, it’s not just a physical experience, right? It’s an emotional, it’s an mental, it’s a spiritual experience.

[00:10:46] So, so take us, can you take us to that moment when you realize, wow, this is actually working.

[00:10:50] Kim: Sure. Um, well, I’d say I could tell something was different really within the, the first week, but definitely after the first two weeks. So I was, uh, changing. Physically, you know, uh, I was actually starting to lose weight right away. Um, definitely as I looked at the approach to eating food, It, it, it clearly was this mindset where food was not the making the decisions for me.

[00:11:23] I was making the decisions in terms of my food choices. And so that tied into the groceries that we were buying, you know, just, uh, the idea of recognizing that pretty much. Everything has sugar in it. We, we went out and, uh, we were trying to just simply find some, some chicken broth and at our local grocery store, I don’t think we could find one brand that didn’t have sugar in it.

[00:11:49] So, you know, the awareness and that, uh, change of mindset happened pretty quickly. And the recognition that it does matter, the foods that we put in, and as you look at the food, uh, ingredients in all the processed foods and even some of the natural foods, uh, that are out there, you can see that, uh, that they added sugar.

[00:12:12] And, uh, that I think again, happened relatively quickly in the process that we realized that there was more to this story. Then, you know, just a couple of things, uh, in terms of changing our diet. And so that mindset, I think set in very quickly, um, we, again, as I referenced, we started counting our, our chews and, uh, recognizing that digestion does start in the mouth and, uh, uh, again, you know, it, it really made a difference when we were thinking about.

[00:12:48] That to me was probably one of the big early changes is just that mindset. Think about what we’re doing. Think about when we eat, think about what we eat. Think about the number of chews, you know, uh, take control essentially of. The things that we are eating and the time that we eat and the way in which we eat it, it, it really made a big difference.

[00:13:12] And so relatively quickly, you know, I mentioned this a couple of times I started dropping weight. I was sleeping so much better and that I think was. Something that surprised me. Um, and Nikki certainly has explained a correlation. It’s not something that made a lot of sense to me initially, but we started going down this list and all of a sudden I was starting to sleep better.

[00:13:35] I was waking up in the morning, feeling a little bit more rested and refreshed, uh, and that happened. Relatively quickly. Um, you know, as I was testing my blood sugars, they, they very quickly dropped and started being within the, uh, normal range. I was like, wow. You know, it’s only been two weeks and that’s already happening.

[00:13:56] Uh, my joints and the inflammation started going down and, and all of a sudden I had more energy and we started walking more. And the more I walk, the more energy and, uh, desire to get out and exercise. I felt, uh, the morning cough was virtually gone. Uh, you know, there, there might be a little bit of a cough here and there, but, but virtually that cough was gone.

[00:14:19] So, you know, in summary pretty much all the symptoms that I referenced above in some form made an improvement within the first two weeks. So it was, it was really.

[00:14:33] Nikki: Are you just like Sydney? I’m like, oh my gosh, this sounds like the holy grail of life.

[00:14:37] Sydney: I know and this is what I was thinking as you were talking that, um, so I just, you know, I, haven’t actually heard Kim’s story in detail, uh, until now, so I’m just eating it up and blown away every time. this, these things work every time someone incorporates nutritional therapy into their life, they start having results.

[00:15:00] And it’s, it’s amazing. So when, when you’re talking, I’m thinking about this traditional model of, of this calorie math model. They’re like, if you wanna be healthy, you need to exercise more and eat less. Calories. Like it’s just this math model that they, I feel like we’ve been fed our whole lives. And instead of counting calories, you are counting shoes.

[00:15:21] Like it’s such a, it’s such a shift and it’s not because you’re trying to eat less. You’re not counting your shoes so that you can eat less. You’re counting shoes because you love your body. And you’re like giving this gift of well digested food to your body. It’s amazing. Same with like counting the hours that you’re eating.

[00:15:39] It’s not a calorie thing. It’s not like a restriction because you want to eat less thing. You can eat as, you know, just as much in the restricted hours as, as you need to.

[00:15:47] Kim: Well, and, and that was a, a huge difference. You know, the, the idea was not around starving myself. It, it really, uh, and I’ve asked Nikki this question many times, does it really not matter how much food I’m eating, you know, within, within the range of the, the things that are good for me? And the answer is no, you know, if you’re hungry, And so I’ve taken that to heart and, uh, it’s, uh, required us to be a little bit more, uh, prepared so that we always have something, but this is not a situation where I sit there and I go, oh man, am I ever hungry?

[00:16:24] You know, if I’m hungry, I walk over to the fridge and I grab something and I eat it and, and that’s it.

[00:16:31] Sydney: And because of your preparation, the things you’re grabbing in the fridge are

[00:16:35] Kim: Are are nourishing and, uh, definitely, you know, satisfy the hunger, but also take care of my body.

[00:16:44] Sydney: It is so exciting. Is there any other ways you’ve shared a lot of them, but is there any other ways that, like, how is life different for you now as a result of your work with Nikki in other, in other ways, like, are there other things that you are able to do that you just didn’t want to before?

[00:16:59] Kim: Uh, the thing I’d say is, and I, I think I referenced this earlier, but I, I just feel like I am far more in control over what I eat. I, I feel like whether emotionally or otherwise, I’m not driven by food. And, and that is a big change, um, in a position now where food is not kind of defining me socially, you know, um, basically food was all around our social activities.

[00:17:27] And so now basically we can have a social life and I can choose. Whether or not food is connected to that. And I think that’s really one of the big differences. Uh, I could be around others, for example, uh, this past weekend, you know, we were, uh, out with a, a bunch of friends and they had donuts well, who doesn’t like donuts.

[00:17:50] Right. But, but I chose not to eat. It wasn’t something that was as compelling as it’s been in the past. I looked at that and I said that donut is not gonna nourish my body. I am not gonna achieve the goals that I have in my life by eating that donut. So why would I do that? And that is something that’s very different.

[00:18:12] I know it sounds silly, but you know, six months ago it wouldn’t even have been a thought, of course, I’m gonna eat that donut. That donut is awesome, you know? And, and so that. That’s a, that’s a big change. I mean, a, a part of this is nicking helping me understand really the impact, both a positive and negative way, uh, of the foods that I eat.

[00:18:34] So, um, you know, I have more energy now, uh, as I reference, you know, going on a, a 20 minute walk, Six months ago would result in inflammation and me icing my knees and, you know, I wouldn’t feel good. And now we could go on a 45 minute walk with the dog at a very brisk pace. And I come back feeling energized.

[00:18:55] I feel good there isn’t the swelling, you know, uh, it’s, it’s just become normal now that I have that energy and can really get out and, uh, do the things that I wanna do. So I don’t feel discouraged about my health anymore. I. Just really in summary, I feel like I do have some control over this. I do, or I can achieve these goals.

[00:19:18] I don’t have to continue on with these health problems that I experienced. And so that feeling now that I have a path forward to success is a huge change. It’s it’s just, it it’s really in many respects of mind blowing how different it is.

[00:19:35] Sydney: And this happened in what, two years? How, how long did it.

[00:19:39] Kim: Well,

[00:19:40] Sydney: I’m just kidding. Not two years. I know

[00:19:41] Kim: Nicki and I have been working together for 11 weeks now. so yeah, I mean, the, the, the mindset, as I said earlier, really started taking effect within weeks, but, uh, yeah, we’re 11 weeks in 28 pounds less and, uh, really living a completely different life in terms of the choices that we.

[00:20:02] Nikki: That I’m I’m I’m gonna, I’m gonna wipe my eyes and then I’m gonna ask another question. in all fairness, though, we, Kim knew Kim knew the routine. It’s like he had been introduced to these, to these principles. um, you know, couple, several years earlier. And so when they came back to me, they were already, they were very prepared to just hit the ground running.

[00:20:26] And so Kim, as far as his mindset goes, it’s like he knew he knew the drill and he’s like, just tell me, just tell me what to do. and so this is not, this is, this is, this is typical, but also only typical if you’re committed in your mind. And that’s what Kim is saying, right? Kim, that like, that’s what

[00:20:47] Kim: Absolutely. That that really is the big difference. You’re right. I mean, we had met together a couple of years ago. We started with some of the, the principles. Uh, so it wasn’t like we were starting from scratch 11 weeks ago. But the one difference was, is I was absolutely committed. I knew that I needed to make the change.

[00:21:04] I knew that I needed to, to follow the program or I wasn’t going to achieve the goals that I had. And, and ultimately that was gonna be, uh, to the detriment of my health longer term. I wanna be able to be active. I mean, you know, I might be approaching 60, but I still feel relatively young and still have a lot of things that I like to get out and enjoy.

[00:21:26] And I knew that I needed to make the changes necessary so that I can continue to enjoy those things, exercise and travel, and basically have an act of life. And so commitment was I think the big difference between then and.

[00:21:41] Sydney: you have any, do you have any commentary to people listening about getting to that commitment level? Feeling like trusting in the process of, of taking care of your body, using these principles of nutritional therapy to kind of get over the hump, to commit to that kind of a lifestyle. Like, do you have any, any thoughts on that?

[00:21:59] Kim: Yeah. I mean, first of all, change is hard. It’s I think it’s hard for, for anyone. And especially if you’re like me, you’ve had a particular pattern that you’ve been living for so many years and, and really it isn’t just a, a physical pattern. There’s a mental pattern in there as well. And so change initially was, was hard.

[00:22:21] It wasn’t like after the first two. Uh, I would some of these other thoughts weren’t still in my mind. So the biggest thing really for me, was about the idea of achieving goals. And I’m very goal oriented. I don’t know if it’s my personality or if it’s my career or what, but the idea of achieving a goal and something that I think I can obtain is very compelling to me.

[00:22:48] And so when I look at it and you know, my body’s feeling weird during the first week and I’m like, oh, Strange, you know, um, my energy is, is gone. And initially that was the case, uh, over those first couple of days, uh, you know, my body was going, what is going on? You know, I mean, uh, like there was a lot of things that were a little bit weird, but I recognized that this was just my body adjusting to the new normal.

[00:23:17] And of course, Nikki was coaching me through that. But, uh, it, it’s just recognizing that this change, ultimately your body does adjust. You do get into a new norm. It does feel better. You do have the positive results, you just have to stick with it. And so that’s really what I would say is, uh, you know, the first couple of days, or maybe even the first week, you, you kind of get thrown into the blender a little bit, but know that you come out the other side feeling better.

[00:23:50] Feeling more energy achieving the goals that you have. And, and really that’s, what’s been compelling for me is, uh, I want to achieve the goals. I wanna get back to a reasonable weight where I think not only do I look better, but I feel better. I don’t wanna have diabetes issues in the future. I wanna be able to rest so that I have the energy to be able to do what I wanna do.

[00:24:14] You know, I don’t want my joints to hurt so that I can go out and walk my dog and walk with Nancy and enjoy that time together. So the goal really for me, is one of the big drivers. And then of course, success breed. Once, uh, you start seeing things work to me, that’s very compelling. It’s just motivates me now.

[00:24:37] And so 11 weeks in, I am more motivated now than I was during the first couple weeks, even though there was more dramatic change in those first couple of weeks, because I see the difference and the, the improvements continue. It’s not like, okay, I’ve reached this pillar after 11 weeks. I am still improving.

[00:24:55] I’m still feeling better. I’m still losing weight. Things are still happening in a positive way. And so for that, it’s, it’s, it’s really compelling for me.

[00:25:04] Sydney: Sounds kinda like at first you were committed, which is a really hard place to get to. And now you’re converted.

[00:25:11] Kim: Yeah. I think, you know, I was comp committed when I started, but then you, you, you have to get through the, the first week of your body saying, uh, this, this isn’t normal. Uh, and, and so, yeah, I was just getting over that, that initial hump and really, it didn’t last that long. It, it, I think it was just the, the first week, but I am converted now.

[00:25:31] There’s no question about it. I believe in what we’re doing. And, uh, you know, we, we talk about don’t limit our thinking. You know, there, there are, are some things that I may see in the future that I’ll wanna go back and enjoy, but I see this as a kind of a lifetime change. These Princip. And so we, aren’t just changing for a temporary period of time.

[00:25:55] We’re making life changes that will improve our health, my health in this case here well into the future. And so really that’s, that’s what I’m after and, and what I’m committed to is making lifetime changes based on the principles that, that Nikki’s been teaching.

[00:26:15] Nikki: I’m kind of speechless. Sydney. I’m glad you’re here to ask the questions cuz I’m like, I just kinda wanna listen to this on repeat forever.

[00:26:23] Sydney: Know, I’m like I’m even reconverted. I’m like, this is a good thing to do.

[00:26:29] Nikki: I.

[00:26:30] Kim: Yeah. Well, you, you guys are, are definitely in a position where you can help people like me. And, uh, you know, hopefully this story is a Testament of that. Changes can be made, health improvements can be made. And, uh, I’m telling you, uh, there’s no reason why this wouldn’t work for others. It’s worked for me where nothing else has.

[00:26:57] Uh, so I’m a convert and I am fully converted.

[00:27:02] Nikki: Oh, my gosh. That is so exciting for you guys listening. If you have been inspired by the story like Sydney and I have truly, truly been inspired today, please share this with someone that you love, that needs to know there are miraculous possibilities. When you make nutritional therapy, a part of your life.

[00:27:23] And it really, like Kim said, if it can work for him, it can work for you. It Sydney and I have the same. If it work for us, it can work for you. So please share this with someone that you love. Thanks for joining us, Kim. Thank you so much. This has been such a treat.

[00:27:40] Kim: Well, thanks for having me. I’d uh, love the discussion and, uh, hopefully this story can help somebody else.

[00:27:47] Nikki: yeah, it will. It definitely

[00:27:49] Sydney: For sure.

[00:27:50] Nikki: Yes. All right. We will see you guys next week. 

[00:27:55] If you want to permanently change your lifestyle to nourish your body in ways that create the foundation for wellness. A really great place to start is with our sugar. 

[00:28:04] Sydney: It’s a free digital package that you can use to help you actually remember the five things that you need to be doing every day. It also includes tutorials that you’re going to love.

[00:28:15] Get the sugar bundle for free by going to coaching with Nikki and sydney.com backslash sugar. And if you’ve already downloaded the bundle, we’d love it. If you would rate and review us on apple podcasts, it will help us to reach more people. 

[00:28:32] Nikki: The information on this podcast has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat. Or cure any disease. It is not intended to be a substitute for the advice, treatment and or diagnosis of a qualified, licensed professional. 

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