Autoimmune Health Transformation Success Story: New Found Hope for Life and Health

by | Aug 6, 2021 | Lupus Blog | 0 comments

The Autoimmune Health Transformation Program has given Diane hope. Not only is she healing every single day, but she has high hopes for her future, and as a businesswoman, she’s able to focus more on her business because she knows her health is going in the right direction

“Connie” – Hello, Diane. So you know that we had a Virtual Auto-immune Retreat with over 2,500 individuals signed up from all over the world. Including Australia, England, Eastern Asia, Canada, and, the United States. This is for people who are on the fence about joining the program. Because I really wanted them to hear from those of you who are going through it or have already completed it.

So there are a number of you who are giving me testimonials like this, but I really liked what you said because, Diane, you’ve had a lot of trouble with your autoimmunity. You tried a number of things with only mediocre results. So I’d like you to give us a review of what you’ve tried and how long you’ve been dealing with autoimmunity. What other programs did you look at before deciding to join our program?

“Diane”– Okay, thank you for giving me the opportunity to offer my testimony. I’m excited to be able to reach out to all of those people from all around the world. My adventure began around 25 years ago when I was pregnant with my 25-year-old son. I suddenly got a rash on my face. I have no clue that the doctors were putting me on steroids so I went to see a dermatologist. Sure enough when he asked, I told him I was pregnant with my kid at the time.

So he said, “All right, we’re going to perform some blood testing.” And when I returned from our findings. He told me that he had both good and terrible news. The good news is that you don’t have lupus; nevertheless, you do have crest syndrome. That was the start of my adventure. It felt as though I had been sentenced to death.

Because if you read up the ailment. As I did, the life expectancy is literally between five and ten years. So I spent five years imagining that I was going to die. I made myself believe that I would not be able to see my children grow and get married, and wouldn’t be able to see my grandchildren. But, as I studied and investigated during this journey. I discovered that this was not the case, that there is hope.

But it has been a hard road. It’s been 25 years since we last saw one other. As a result, the previous five years have been quite difficult for me. And I was losing hope, so I prayed to God, saying, “I need help”. I’m down in the dumps., unable to get out of bed, and starting to believe that I’ll die sooner than I imagined.

The symptoms were getting to the point where my joints were swollen. My fingers were unable to bend. It was a difficult morning. I was starting to feel a little nauseous. I was starting to notice things that I hadn’t noticed before. And, lo and behold, I was on Facebook, and it was actually my cousin who informed me. “Oh, you must see this program.”

So I did, and I signed up as a result. But what I’d like to express is that what happened as a result of entering this program has been incredible. Since, as I previously stated, I was at a place where I didn’t want to get out of bed.

I’ve never been formally classified as depressed. But I thought to myself, “Perhaps this is depression.” Maybe I’m going through a phase where I’ve given up hope. I even began to doubt the business that I had created. I would start to think that maybe I should simply stay in bed and have a pity party.

So the journey began with this program, which I adore and which has proven to be really beneficial to me. I’ve tried a lot of different programs, diets, and supplements, and none of them have worked for me. As a result, I expected this program to go off the rails, with a focus on nutrition from the start.

That was not the case. I was thinking to myself, “Where’s that nutrition?” and “When is that going to start?”But what I didn’t realize is that I needed to prepare before I started that detox. Not that it wasn’t impossible, but I had to psychologically prepare myself to let go of a lot of things. I had no idea there was a problem.

I didn’t realize that in my life, there was resentment and bitterness that I needed to let go of. As a result, the healing process began. One of the factors that were out of my control was my blood pressure. It was most likely because of my diet, from anger, unforgiveness, or a combination of those. But once I started incorporating those elements into my life, I began to heal.

My skin had only a few breakouts, and it had cleared up my joints. It’s not that. My elbows are no longer in agony. There’s a lot of healing going on right now. I keep telling myself that every day is a new day. 

And when such challenges arise, as they will, remember that it does not happen overnight. It’s a journey. It’s something you work on every day, and your program has so much helpful. There are videos available. There are accountable coaches in place, as well as weekly meetings.

One of the lessons I had to learn was that I couldn’t do it alone. I’m afraid I can’t. That was my mentality at the time, “I’m sure I’ll figure it out.” But you know what? I couldn’t do it before, but now, with the guidance, support, and testimony from other ladies and gentlemen in this program, the Pilates and yoga, I’ve always wanted to do but had convinced myself that I couldn’t.

I can do things that I thought I’d never been able to accomplish. My upper arms, in particular, were really feeble. I couldn’t even stand up straight, but guess what? I can do that downward dog.

I’m able to stand on my own two feet. Previously, I was unable to do so. As a result, it’s simply incredible. I’ve been on this 25-year journey and one of the things I’ve discovered is that there are a lot of programs out there. I’ve looked and searched. I did come across several that said, “We can help you for $4,000 in 30 days.” I was perplexed. So, what happens after those 30 days? I wondered. I’m aware that mending does not happen overnight. It’s a journey. It will take some time. Every day you work on it from morning until you go to bed.

That needs effort into what you eat, your feelings, and your emotions. I’ve also been on a 25-year quest to figure out what I can eat and what I can’t. It becomes perplexing. I eventually just switch everyone off because I’m sick of them telling me what’s good or not.

I was fed up with it. As a result, this journey has taught me that food is not my enemy and that I no longer need to be terrified of what I consume. Nutrition is crucial because it aids in the healing process. But I’m at a completely different level.

“Connie”– Knowing how food affects you from the inside out is essential. Rather than focusing on what someone else says, you should concentrate on what you ought or should do. It’s self-reliance.

As I always say, I gained just as much from you in terms of perseverance and resilience. For those who are unfamiliar with crest syndrome, it’s one of the scleroderma subtypes. Yes, it can be difficult. It can be depressing. That may be quite hard on a body, but she’s done exceptionally well. There were a lot of apprehensions and low-energy vibrations when I met Diane. But now every time I see her, she beams.

Diane is interesting since she is a businesswoman, an entrepreneur, and the owner of an online business. She does something holistic, for those of you who are interested. We support everyone in the program. Since then you have this newfound joy in doing the thing you wanted to do.

Diane, tell them what you went through in the previous year. There was a death in your family. And despite this, you enrolled in this program and are currently performing better than you have in the past.

Diane”– Without a doubt. I was born and raised in South Texas. I’ve lost my father, mother, mother-in-law, and father-in-law in the last five years. And we’ve just uprooted from a home where I raised my children for 16 years and placed ourselves in Kansas.

After three years in Kansas, we relocated to Nebraska. I was fortunate enough to be able to assist in the care of my father-in-law till his death. However, you are unaware that all of this has an impact on my emotional and mental state.

Connie”– A lot of emotional trauma.

“Diane” – Yes, and I learned how to let go of tension, let go of pain, and follow the program with meditation and yoga. I learned how to relax and listen to my body, and I should be able to focus solely on my body’s requirements and how to repair them.

So, one thing I’d like to thank you for, Dr. Connie, is your transparency and your tough love. Because you’re nice and compassionate, but you also mention that this isn’t a motivational program. Your tough love keeps me accountable and prevents me from wallowing in self-pity.

I’d want to express that when we go to the doctor, anyone who has an auto-immune disease, you know it’s gloomy when you leave the doctor’s office because there’s no hope.

That’s why I enjoy this support group. I know there’s hope because when I meet with Leslie for accountability and the other ladies,
I know there’s hope. Now it’s simply a matter of believing it. When that doubt tries to creep in, your mind is set to combat that doubt.

Connie” – I just want to urge you to talk about what your business is and what your goals are for it. So that’s something we can learn about as well.

“Diane” – As a result, my company produces zero waste and uses environmentally beneficial items. So they’re reusable, which means we’re not wasting a bunch of plastic and relying on the only other option. So now we have alternatives to Ziploc bags.

We provide alternatives to plastic wrap, including plant-based and beeswax food wrappers. They last a year, and the silicone is indestructible. I have organic and herbal teas for various purposes, such as heart health, allergies, and breathing. In addition, I have organic soaps so they’re entirely natural.

These items are also created in the United States. There are other small business owners in places like California and Idaho. These are made by small businesses, and I am able to sell them in my shop.

“Connie” – Now you have the energy and motivation to accomplish what matters to you, and reducing the world’s carbon footprint is your mission. With that said, Diane, what is the link to your website?

Diane” – My website is Rose Blossom.

Connie” – I love mission-driven businesses and I love supporting autoimmune patient-driven businesses even more. And I am so blessed to know Diane here. If you have some parting words for those who are kind of on the fence about this program, what would you say to them about the Cost of Sickness Vs Investing In Your Health in the program? Because like you and I both know, you’re going to have to spend money on sickness or wellness. You’re going to have to spend time on sickness or wellness, which would you choose. So if you nudge anybody about the program who is on the fence, what would you say?

“Diane” – I would say do it. It is worth the investment. I’ve spent years investing in my business and I thought, you know what 2021 is my year to invest in myself – to heal mentally, physically, and spiritually. Also, I would encourage you to just get on board and take it. Just do it. 

“Connie” – Diane, I am so eternally grateful. This is the quality that the people that are in the program. I just want everybody to know we’re very selective over who comes in and like you said, we’re not a woe is me and have pity parties. I don’t allow that. We bring you up. We’re always elevating, expanding, and empowering one another. So if this program is for you, please sign up for Autoimmune Health Transformation Program. Get on a discovery call.

Thank you so much, Diane, for joining me. Bye for now.

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