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How to Lower Insulin Resistance Naturally
5 Keys to Lower Blood Sugar, Lose Weight, & Keep It OffJoin the Zivli Waitlist
What You'll Learn:
- The ONE mindset shift that helped our member Rebecca lose 50 pounds.
- Why you’re not seeing results even though you’re “eating healthy.”
- Ways you're raising your blood sugar without even realizing it.
- The simple framework to actually change your health habits.
- New information about insulin resistance your doctor doesn’t even know.
Lowering insulin & inflammation is the key to unlock better health.
Stop crashing your metabolism with yo-yo diets and start learning how to live a low insulin lifestyle that works.
Check out what happens when you stop focusing on calories, and start focusing on insulin. ↓
"I’ve lost 30 pounds, reduced my waist circumference from 35 to 27 inches, got off my blood pressure meds and now have normal fasting glucose and insulin levels."
"My previously high blood pressure readings are now down to numbers I haven’t seen since my 30’s! I’ve lost inches from my hips, waist and thighs and I fit into my clothes better."
"I have lost 20 pounds and dropped 2 to 3 sizes. My weight, BMI and waist circumference are now all in healthy ranges. I am now off of my statin and my A1c is normal."
Meet the Zivli Team
Morgan Nolte, PT, DPT, Board-Certified Geriatric Clinical Specialist
Dr. Nolte is the founder of Zivli, LLC. After earning her DPT from the University of Nebraska Medical Center, she completed the Creighton University-Hillcrest Health Systems Geriatric Physical Therapy Residency Program. Outside of work she loves cheering on the Nebraska Cornhuskers, spending time with her family, reading, exercising, and being active outside.
Beth Smith, PT, DPT, Board-Certified Geriatric Clinical Specialist
Dr. Smith is a Zivli Health Coach. After earning her DPT from Creighton University, she completed the Creighton University-Hillcrest Health Systems Geriatric Physical Therapy Residency Program. She loves spending time with her family, hiking, and camping. Dr. Smith and her husband are alumni of Notre Dame and try to get back to campus as often as possible for football games.