Enhance your experience by learning as much as you can during your SHAPE ReClaimed journey.
These articles are SHAPE Central’s official position on these topics.
“When you know better, you do better.”
– Maya Angelou
“With SHAPE ReClaimed,
it’s not about
what you’ll lose,
it's about what
– Dr. Todd Frisch
Artificial sweeteners are a laboratory mixture of chemicals that taste sweet like sugar but have few to no calories. It’s easy to feel like you’re making a smart choice with products that use popular artificial sweeteners, but they are associated with a slew of negative symptoms including weight gain.Learn More
While on your SHAPE ReClaimed journey, you may experience more than just a physical detox, you also might begin an emotional detox. So, if you’re feeling extra emotional, quick to cry, moody, irritable, extra angry, don’t worry. You’re not crazy, it’s an emotional detox.Learn More
Our blog series will explore a variety of topics to help you on your SHAPE ReClaimed journey. From lifestyle and cooking tips, nutrition information, victory stories, and recipes to tempt your taste buds, you’ll feel more confident and successful with each post.
We get this question a lot: what’s the difference between stevia and xylitol? Both are approved sweeteners in Phase I of the SHAPE ReClaimed program, but they are very different. Here’s what you need to know: Stevia: Stevia is an herb that tastes sweet, but it does not look or act […]Keep reading...
In 5.5 years, I managed to release only 86 pounds. I desperately needed both knees replaced. No surgeon would touch me because of my weight. I investigated gastric bypass, even though I said I would never have the surgery for four reasons: If I didn’t change what I did or […]Keep reading...
When we launched this new website in August, one of the features we were most excited about was the SHAPE Practitioner Certification Course. Previously, when a new practitioner came on board with SHAPE ReClaimed, they would go through a 1-2 hour phone training. This was not a sustainable educational model […]Keep reading...