the BELIEVE event

Join Hundreds of Women Who Have Been Courageous Enough To Say YES To Losing Weight & Having The Transformation Of Their Lives

The BELIEVE Event is three days of the BEST weight loss, mindset, and self-love training for women where Kerry shares the step-by-step process to find freedom from yoyo dieting and body bashing. 

Imagine a room of amazing women who have come together at this powerful event to connect and support one another’s transformations to living healthy, happy and having an amazing life. You are a direct reflection of the five people you hang around with the most, surround yourself with women moving in the right direction!

To claim your ticket, please click RESERVE YOUR SEAT NOW

Day 1 – Faith – Learn a cutting edge process that will help you attain incredible health physically, mentally, and emotionally and have a TRUST and KNOWING that it can work for you! Women that have used this process have lost weight, built their confidence, learned to trust themselves, stopped emotional eating, lowered stress, improved relationships, made more money, and more!

Day 2 – Grace – Learn to apply the new process from Day 1 into your own life with simple elegance, so being healthy and happy is no longer a struggle for you! Hear from women, just like you, exactly how they applied the process and achieved results with their weight, health, relationships, and money that they had only dreamed of!

Day 3 – Perseverance – Master steadfastness in everything you have learned at BELIEVE, so it’s your new NATURAL way of being, leading to achieving lasting success with your Big Dream Life without delay.


  • Kerry Tepedino has made her mark in the health industry. She is a best­selling author and one of the leading health coaches in the world.
  • Kerry came from a background of a dysfunctional relationship to food, eating and her body, which led her to be overweight and unhappy.
  • She came to a defining moment in her life where she had to make a decision to continue on unhappy and burned out… or find the freedom that her soul was craving.
  • Through deep study of holistic health, yoga, meditation, breath work, nationally and internationally, including studying with swamis around the world, Kerry created a process that helped lift her from rock bottom to where she is today… at her ideal weight with no effort, happy, healthy, and living a life she loves.
  • She now serves thousand of women worldwide to lose weight, love themselves, change their mindsets, and create total life transformations.

Are you ready to make this transformation? RESERVE YOUR SEAT NOW 

The BELIEVE Event is unique because the purpose of it is to give you a clear step-­by­-step process and easy to follow strategies that you can implement immediately to feel positive results. 

This is the exact process that Kerry and thousands of other women have used to lose weight and transform their relationship to food and eating, plus attain body freedom…

…AND those in attendance have the chance to win an amazing opportunity to work with Kerry for FREE!

But you have to make a DECISION
and then take action on that decision.

The BELIEVE Event is the key to you feeling good in your skin again.

That is FREEDOM and it will all be mapped out for you at The BELIEVE Event.

Hundreds of women have already taken the leap and created the body and life of their dreams.

They are no different than you… join them!

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If you know you are meant to be happy and healthy, don’t miss this RARE OPPORTUNITY!

The BELIEVE Event Travel Information:
Come join us in San Diego, California! 

Hotel: Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina In the Bay Tower , 1590 Harbor Island Drive, San Diego, CA, 92101, United States.
Dates: January 19th – 21st, 2018
Instructions on how to book your hotel room at the discounted rate will be sent to you after you register for the event.

We can’t wait to see you there!!

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4 Benefits of a Good Night’s Sleep

Sleep is vital to our well being, in both physical and mental aspects. Adults need a good 6 to 8 hours of sleep each night, though needs vary from person to person.

The quality of our sleep is just as important as the number of hours we spend sleeping. Quality sleep, per the National Sleep Foundation, has 4 key determinants:

* Sleeping more time while in bed (at least 85 percent of the total time)

* Falling asleep in 30 minutes or less

* Waking up no more than once per night; and

* Being awake for 20 minutes or less after initially falling asleep.

However, getting good quality sleep is not just about resting because you are tired or so that you could wake up refreshed. Here are 4 more benefits of a good night’s sleep.

A Good Night’s Sleep is Good for Your Physical Health

Sleep plays a big role in the body’s growth and development, especially as we age. Notably, sleep plays a particular role in healing and repairing our heart and blood vessels. It also helps regulate a number of hormones, which include those that help us balance between feeling hungry (ghrelin) and feeling full (leptin), as well as the hormone insulin, which helps the body control blood sugar levels.

In addition, increased risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, and diabetes may result from continuous lack of sleep. A good night’s sleep is just what your body needs to rest and repair itself while keeping your heart healthy and happy.

A Good Night’s Sleep Helps With Memory Formation

While our tissues and organs are repairing themselves as we sleep, our brain strengthens and renews its connections to the body. This helps us consolidate the memories and learning we acquire within the day.

Being refreshed through sleep enables us to function better the following day. Aside from being able to recall the things that we’ve learned and memories we’ve gained, we can also focus more, make better decisions, and expand on our creativity.

A Good Night’s Sleep is a Great Stress Reliever

While some of us turn to hobbies, sports, or other recreational activities to divert our attention from stress, sleep is nature’s way of relieving us from the physical and mental strain of stress. The hormones released when we are stressed are cleared out while we snooze.

However, it is important to note that oversleeping and not facing the root cause of our problems would only make stress pile up while creating more strain on ourselves. So, when we’re stressed out, we need to sleep – then get back to tackling our daily problems.

A Good Night’s Sleep Helps with Your Emotional Well Being

Sleep generally affects our mood. Getting enough quality sleep makes us feel lighter inside and consequently improves our interactions with the people around us.

In addition, lack of sleep contributes to depression and anxiety. So, to keep our emotional stability and create a happier environment for us and the people around us, we need our regular good night’s sleep.

The Benefits of a Good Night’s Sleep

Getting a good night’s sleep is not just about getting enough rest. It is also about the healing benefits it has to our body, from our physical to emotional to mental well being.

Your turn! Do you get quality sleep each night? What nightly rituals do you do to ensure you get a good night’s sleep? Let me know in the comments below!

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Self-Care is NOT Selfish

As a holistic health coach, I enjoy helping my clients achieve their goals. However, I also know that while I love serving people, I have to give myself time for self-care, too.

Because yes, self-care is NOT selfish.

It is a very noble thing to put others’ needs before our own. However, just as you cannot pour more water into a glass that is already full, you cannot fully take care of the people around you without taking care of your own needs first.

As a matter of fact, when you are full of stress, frustrations, and negativity, you can only show up to your relationships half way. You may even spread that negative energy to the people you love.

Know that it is all right to take a step back and take care of yourself, too.

By fulfilling your own personal needs, you can come from a more balanced, more peaceful, more grounded space – a wonderful mindset to have when you slip back into your role of parent, sibling, teacher, friend.

By indulging in self-care, you are allowing yourself to be more present, more loving, and more focused on your day-to-day activities and relationships.

This is the power of love, and it is not selfish. You are worthy of love and care, and so do all the people around you.

It may be difficult to get into the habit of practicing self-care, but there are simple things you can do to embrace this action of self-love. Here are a few:

Take 5 minutes of quiet self-reflection at the beginning and at the end of day.

Spend 30 minutes on a walk by yourself outside.

Eat more fruits and vegetables. They boost your mood and give your body love through with their power-packed nutrients.

Visit farmers’ markets to take in new sights and get fresh produce for your home.

Laugh more.

Get enough sleep.

Take breaks from your computer, your phone, and social media.

Join a yoga class or practice them at home through online videos.

These are just a few of the things you can do to practice self-care. The important thing is to pick one action item right now and put it into practice today. Then, make it a habit to allow yourself self-love every day.

Love is not selfish, nor is self-care. Caring for yourself is a great way to recharge your energy and keep yourself motivated to do what needs to be done.

What about you? What other ways of self-care do you practice every day? If you don’t have one, what is one thing you plan to do today to bring self-care into your life? Let me know in the comments below!

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The Importance of A Gratitude Mindset

Our world is becoming more and more complicated. It can be difficult to shift our thinking to a more positive one when we ourselves are getting bogged down by stress, cares, and worries.

This is why I was so grateful when I discovered so many years ago the importance of a gratitude mindset to our everyday life.

This is among the many lessons I learned when I went on a journey to India and talked to Amma, a woman who has dedicated herself to a life of service and contribution. Her teachings have affected me in many ways and really changed my perspective when it comes to life.

She taught me that while it can indeed be challenging to bring ourselves to a more energizing and loving place, it is important to remind ourselves of our purpose and contributions to the world.

I needed to look at what I was doing and really consider the ways I can serve my clients and every person I would meet. I realized that if I put something good into the world, it could have a positive and powerful impact that could influence other people.

So where did I start? Where did I begin to grow this kind of thinking?

It’s simple. I started with gratitude.

When your heart is full of gratefulness for the people around you, you will focus on their beauty and how their presence makes a difference in your life. Instead of being bogged down by their imperfections, you only see their warmth and their contributions to the path your walk.

When you come from this wonderful place of sharing gratitude and positivity, everything else just happens naturally. Everything else will follow. If your thoughts are of purity, integrity, and authenticity and you make decisions from that place of love, you will get clarity. You will realize opportunities. You will become more balanced and in tune with yourself. Then, that will naturally manifest in your life.

In this moment, remember the people in your life who have made a big difference to you. Thank them. Acknowledge them. Don’t assume that they know. Let them know how grateful you are for them. You will soon realize that you have actually received so much more than you have ever imagined.

I myself am very thankful to you for being a part of my community. Thank you for supporting me and spreading the word of the good we do in this place.

Your turn! Who are you grateful for? How have they shaped you to become who they are today?

Have a wonderful day and remember to stay grateful!

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The Health Benefits of Probiotics

Bacteria is found everywhere, even inside your body. While some microorganisms are harmful, we actually need some species of bacteria to keep us healthy.

Probiotics, in particular, are highly regarded as live bacteria and yeasts that are good for your health. They are known to be particularly good for the gut, although their healthful effects don’t stop there. As so, here are a few of the little-known health benefits of probiotics.

Probiotics Promote a Balance of Good Gut Bacteria

As mentioned above, probiotics are good for you since they are good bacteria that largely assist the gut. Their ability to bring balance to the stomach’s gut flora can help solve multiple health issues such as digestive problems, allergies, mental health problems, and even obesity.

In addition, probiotics also help treat and reduce the severity of digestive problems, such as diarrhea and irritable bowel system. There have also been studies that have shown its effectiveness in speeding treatment for intestinal infections.

Probiotics Improve Your Mental Health

Besides promoting a healthy gut, probiotics have been found to be helpful when it comes to mental health problems. In particular, scientists have discovered that a 2-month supplementation of Bifidobacterium and Lactobacillus strains have helped patients with depression, anxiety, autism, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and memory loss just to name a few.

In addition to being helpful with mental health disorders, probiotics have shown to be helpful in reducing stress levels and stabilizing moods.

Probiotics Are Good for the Heart

Specific strains of probiotics may be able to lower your LDL cholesterol (“bad” cholesterol) levels. Eating probiotic yogurt for 2 to 8 weeks has shown to reduce total cholesterol by 4% and LDL cholesterol by 5%. Moreover, they are said to elevate the levels of HDL cholesterol (“good” cholesterol) in the body.

Probiotics are also helpful in lowering blood pressure. Increasing the intake of probiotic-rich food has led to a decrease in diastolic and systolic blood pressure readings.

Probiotics Support the Immune System

These living microorganisms also have the capability to support the immune system and slow down the bacterial growth of harmful strains in the body.

Certain probiotic strains can promote the creation of natural antibodies. Antibodies are made by the immune system in response to bad bacteria, fungus, viruses, and even cancer cells.  Probiotics also assist the immune system and support their production by boosting lgA-producing cells and T lymphocytes.

Probiotics Aid with Weight Loss

Besides promoting a healthy digestive system, probiotics also have a number of benefits when it comes to body weight regulation.

Some probiotics, such as Lactobacillus gasseri, prevent the body from absorbing fatty acids and promote fat excretion through feces. This strain has also been proven to reduce belly fat by 8.5% in 12 weeks. Also, certain probiotics like Lactobacillus paracasei may help you feel fuller for a longer period of time while helping you store less fat and burn more calories.

Effective Sources of Probiotics

Probiotics are now available in different forms. When increasing your intake of probiotics, there are many choices available, from probiotic-rich food to probiotic supplements. With the many available supplements in the market, it is best to ask your doctor about their effectiveness.

For a safer and nutrient-rich alternative, it may be best to turn to probiotic-rich food. The best food sources of probiotics are cultured and fermented food. Yogurt, kefir, kombucha tea, and miso are traditional yet very effective sources of probiotics. Other probiotic-filled food include pickles, sauerkraut, kimchi, and dark chocolate.

The Health Benefits of Probiotics

Probiotics are known to be helpful with the digestive system, but as you can see they have plenty of other health benefits too.

Do you currently have probiotics in your diet? What are your preferred sources of these good bacteria? Let me know in the comments below!

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