Diana Stobo is the award-winning author of the healthy lifestyle book Get Naked Fast! Stripping Away the Foods That Weigh You Down — the best title for a health book ever. This hot-selling title is a practical guide that Diana used to heal herself from illness, lose 1oo+ pounds, and change her life forever.
In the video “My Story,” Diana shares her own story of illness and her “moment of truth.”
“Like most people, I struggled with my weight most of my life. There was simply too much conflicting information out there that overwhelmed my mind and ultimately my body. In my late 20s while pregnant with twins I reached 247 pounds. Although I wasn’t more than 30 to 40 pounds overweight most of my life, the toxic overload was enough for my body to get sick and exhausted.
“It wasn’t until I had myriad of health issues — including thyroiditis, chronic fatigue syndrome, debilitating pain, gastritis, and eventually bleeding ulcers — that I finally took my life into my own hands. With three young children and a full life ahead of me, I decided that it was time to remove the foods that weighed me down. I studied, researched, and ultimately discovered the foods I needed to take out of my diet. But then what was I supposed to eat? The answer was fresh produce: fruits and vegetables that heal the body. I began making juices and smoothies every day. I lost 10 pounds in 10 days, my eyes were brighter, my energy soared, and my life became pain free and full of joy. I then used my background as a chef to create recipes that were as delicious as my old favorites but much better for my body.
Diana is not only an expert on Naked Nourishment and juicing, but living proof that transitioning to a healthy diet can help you lose weight, gain energy, heal the body, and help you to look younger and more vibrant. As a 48-year-old mother of 3, Diana looks and feels better than ever before. Diana is living proof that eating LIVE brings you a life of health, vibrance and beauty. In addition to her books, Diana now guides others to heal themselves through her 10-day detox program The Naked Challenge, public presentations, and private coaching.
“I am a woman of substance, which means that I have lived, I have loved, I have felt great pain, and I have felt great joy. I continue to live and explore and reach out for more of what life has to offer. I have the same fears that all humans have; for example, not being good enough. I embrace each day with all the emotions that I feel, and with every grain of my being, try to stay present with them. I lust and crave, and desire like all the rest of us, but I challenge myself to remain loyal to my spiritual path and stay focused in my practice. I fail daily but prevail every moment. I have a lot to learn and a ton to teach. I travel to uncomfortable and beautiful places. I honor my body with nourishing foodsand keep it moving in nature as often as I can. I value strength and femininity. I am a woman.”