After a 31-year career in college athletics, Randy Butt traded in the prestige of working as a top administrator at large universities for what he felt was his true calling: helping people replicate the success he and his wife, Debi had transforming their diet and lifestyle through a program called The Next 56 Days.
The transformation started in 2016 when he and his wife enrolled in the program, which was started by Steve Teglas, a Thomasville man who decided to clean up his diet after being diagnosed with a litany of health problems in 2013. Steve partnered with Carrie Hick, a registered nurse to create a program that teaches how to detox the body, balance blood sugar, lessen inflammation and release fat. The benefits of the program are so much more than releasing weight. Having more energy, restful sleep, and feeling better are the benefits they enjoy the most.
In 2017, Randy and his wife, along with their daughters, Casey and Lianna, opened Go Coconuts – named in reference to the coconut oil that can be found on the store’s shelves – and designed it to appeal to people on The Next 56 Days program as well as popular diets. The store has special emphasis on gluten free, non-GMO, sugar free and organic products. Store shelves are stocked with products “approved” for the Next 56 Days program, and also features coolers of prepared meals from 360 Southern Grill in Lexington, A Full Measure in Advance and Get It To Go Bakery in Winston-Salem.
Go Coconuts hosts new classes every month. Participants are introduced to The Next 56 Days lifestyle throughout the 8-week program. The classroom is also available to rent for meetings, gatherings and classes.
We welcome you to visit our store. We are here to serve!