Sherrie Wood 2017-12-26T15:15:56+00:00

Sherrie Wood Lost 36 Pounds*

I started the PS1000 program on February 24, 2014 and finished the 90 day challenge on May 25, 2014. I had a starting weight of 243.4 and an ending weight of 207.0 for a total loss of 36.4 pounds. My body has changed physically by leaps and bounds. I have also went from a size 22W jeans to size 16M jeans and a size 22W tops to an XL Misses top.

This is the first diet of many that I have stuck to for any length of time. I have been on Atkins, Weight Watchers and numerous others. Typically I lose 20 or 30 pounds and then get off and gain it all back and then some. I am a true yo-yo dieter. I love the food choices with PS1000, because I know that I am eating healthy and I am learning how to make better choices and portion control. My doctor was very impressed with my weight loss and really likes that I am eating a healthier diet.

Prior to PS1000 I was unhealthy and could barely walk a ½ mile without stopping. I started riding bikes with my husband and rode 5 miles in our first outing. I look forward to going back on after my three weeks are over to finish losing the rest of my weight. It is a great incentive to not exercise yet see the pounds fall off each week. This is definitely a program I can stick to for my entire life and I haven’t even talked about the health benefits. Eating a healthy diet has helped me lose weight, but I am sure the long term benefits are going to be even better.

At 51 years old, my husband and I went on vacation to New York City over Christmas, it had always been a dream. Well I was over 250 pounds at that time and after the second day my feet were so swollen and I was so tired, we had to spend the third day at the movies all day because I was two worn out to walk another step. And we had hardly gotten out of the car due to bad weather, but just moving was so labor intensive that I was exhausted just doing general shopping. We look forward to returning and going on the walking tour of the city.

I had my gallbladder out when I was 27 and have had stomach issues ever since. Since starting PS1000 I have had no issues. I couldn’t eat tomatoes, garlic or onions due to terrible gas and that is gone now also. I also had complications after my hysterectomy doomed to take bladder control medicines for the rest of my life, well after losing the weight, I have been able to stop taking my medicine. The weight was pushing on my bladder and now that it is less, the bladder is working again. Such a blessing. I will have my blood work again in 3 months and I am sure that my borderline cholesterol issues will be gone too. Having had thyroid cancer years ago, my doctor believes after my blood work up I will also be able to reduce my thyroid medications. I am looking forward to being a healthier form of me!

Thank you so much PS1000! See you when I get to a size 12!


I am so excited to hopefully be on my last round of 90 days’ worth of drops. I have recently hired a trainer and I am looking to firm up my body as I finish my journey to a healthy me. My brother is doing wonderful on the program he has eliminated over 90 pounds and still going strong, and his wife over 45. My other sis-in-law is getting ready to start and my mom-in-law’s significant other is starting this week. You have given my entire family hope for a healthy future and helped me inspire others that I know to get fit. Thank you so much.
Attached are my current before and after pictures.

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