Nov 01

One Step to Losing Inches and Pounds Just in time for the Holidays!


Dear Friend, 

The Holidays are on us that means lots of good food and lots of overeating!

 2 in 3 adults are considered to be overweight or obese. WHY does this matter to you? 

The lifespan of an obese person is up to 8-10 years shorter than that of a normal-weight person.

Obesity-related conditions ( being even slightly overweight  to obese) include heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and certain types of cancer, some of the leading causes of preventable death.

The estimated annual medical cost of being overweight is an increase of.42% MORE cost in health care!

If you are considered to be overweight, losing as little as 5 percent of your body weight may lower your risk for several diseases, including heart disease and type 2 diabetes. If you weigh 200 pounds, this means losing 10 pounds.

This may sound like a commercial to you but if you or someone you love is overweight it could save a life.

Here is what I did about being overweight-

BEFORE medapause I could lose weight easily but after I tried juicing, exercising (not enough energy and lazy!)  I tried eating fruit and vegies and kept putting on the pounds. I ate less and drank more water still no success. My belly was as big as my butt! I did not like the way I looked and did not feel good or confident about myself. I also knew that the health risks were greater because of my weight.  I was still going through medapause so I knew that I had to change and it had to work at this time of my life. I got to be about 155 ish! I was afraid to get on a scale!! I always was 110 lbs growing up and size 7. After trying many types of diets and trying to get up energy to exercise I tried a natural diet pill.

With this diet pill I got LOTS of energy and lost weight! In fact I lost about 21 LBS AND 4 dress sizes IN LESS THAN 3 WEEKS!


Listen to my radio interview I had today and LOOK AT ALL THE BEFORE AND AFTER pictures. DREAM big you can do it to!!


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