Pound Zero: Maintain It, Don’t Gain It!

Seriously, You Don’t Have To Gain Weight This Season

In no other time of the year are we faced with as many challenges to our healthy eating and weight as we are during the holiday season. If only we had strategies, tips, and great recipes to armor us.

You’ve come to the right place. Pound Zero is the essential holiday survival guide, helping you to understand the madness of the holidays and to avoid those dreaded extra five pounds.

The goal is to maintain it, not gain it!

This FREE Challenge Begins Saturday, December 3rd, 2018!

Believe Me, I’ve Been There

I know about eating real, wholesome food, and I am also not bad at cooking and keeping on the healthy straight and narrow. Yet, I have learned from many years of habitual eating what the season between Halloween and New Year’s Day can do to derail us. Years ago, I simply assumed that the dreadful 5-10 extra pounds were a right of passage through the holidays.

It doesn’t have to be.

I created this helpful and supportive FREE guide as a way to help you before the extra weight and stress creep in so you can come out on the other side feeling like you truly enjoyed your holidays. My gift to you.

Wouldn’t that be nice for a change?

Here’s How Pound Zero Works:

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Sign Up!

Simply click one of the sign-up buttons above or below. Seriously, it’s that easy.

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Tell Me About You

Introduce yourself and tell us how you are doing. We’re here to offer the support and encouragement you need.

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Check Your Inbox

For the next few weeks, check your email to get updates. I will be posting recipes makeovers, essential tips and tricks to manage the holidays.

What Students From Past Classes Are Saying…

Heather is a wealth of knowledge, filled with kindness, patience and her whole heart is in this. It’s so refreshing to work with someone that really gets health and has the true intention to get you to where YOU want to be! I’m so thankful to be connected with Heather and sincerely feel she has changed my way of eating, thinking and living a healthy lifestyle!”
Meredith N.

I was concerned about signing up at first because of the timing and prior commitments, along with a busy work schedule.  But since I started Reset and Renew I have learned how to read food labels and cook with ingredients that I have not used before.  Overall, I loved the tasty recipes along with the menu and shopping lists.  I have become very aware of processed foods and how they make you feel, it’s been a great mind reset!
Bridget S.

I was a bit concerned to sign up for Reset and Renew because I didn’t want it to be another crash diet that I would rebound from. But since starting I have been eating more whole foods and thinking a lot more about what I buy. All the recipes were fantastic! Through the workshop I felt more able to stop and think about what I was eating. It put me on the road to weight loss. I would definitely recommend this workshop to anyone. It was so informative with a warm group and leader.
Nancy W.

“I’d like to thank you for your program, I really appreciate the time you spent guiding me through it. The fact that it has structure and yet is flexible was exactly what I needed to start, and you made it super easy to follow! I’ve learned a lot not just about food and meal prep, but I feel like some of the tools can be carried into almost every facet of my hectic life. Life is so much easier with a little planning. Of course that seems like common sense, but sometimes work, home, and a lack of taking the time for me get in the way. More importantly than the food I was eating, is the realization that I’m a pretty good talker, and that just because I know something doesn’t mean I’m actually doing the right thing. The recipes in your program are really great. I’ve always liked to cook, but wasn’t making the healthiest dishes for sure. Also, finding pockets of time throughout the week to prepare things has been huge for me. Thank you for providing all the necessary info to succeed with and for making me more aware of my actions and their consequences.”
Debbie C.