Yes You Can Lose Weight And Avoid Obesity Related Health Problems
Do you worry about obesity and have you been gaining weight slowly over the years? Can I ask you, do you eat a grain-based food with every meal? Possibly you start the day with a bagel for breakfast, then a sandwich for lunch, chips for a snack and finally pasta or rice with dinner? This may seem normal to you and millions of Americans. But today around 40% of Americans are overweight or obese.
In my new animated video I reveal why I believe obesity and it’s related illnesses such as Type 2 diabetes are lifestyle health conditions caused by the over-consumption of grains. I also show how you can take the steps needed to change the way you eat.
I had the pleasure of screening this new video at my local church recently. The video was very well received and I was contacted by a number of the attendees who were hoping to see it again and share it with their friends. I invite you to watch with an open heart and I challenge you to make the commitments I introduce in order for you to return to your authentic weight. It is important to understand the nature of your eating habits in order to make a change in them. I know you can do it.
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