Friday, April 15, 2016

5 reasons you gain weight on weekends

Here are the 5 top reasons you will gain weight this weekend (according to and Bally the Dog):

  1. Too many salty foods (salt leads to water retention).
  2. You're addicted to cardio, like spinning. From MSN: "Research indicates that when your favorite spin class is always on the brain, you apt to consume more calories."
  3. You make bad diet choices that have leave your digestive system "plugged up".
  4. More booze. Less sleep. No routine. All bad news for staying slim. From Bally the Dog: "Woof Woof"
  5. You go on a weekend 'guilt-free' eating trip of sugar, carbs, and mindless snacking while watching Netflix. From MSN: "A study published in JAMA Internal Medicine found people consumed 65 percent more calories from snacks while watching a high-action, high-volume Hollywood flick."

Listen, it's okay. We can fix this.

Weight loss researchers recently stumbled on a major breakthrough...

... they're calling it "the biggest discovery since the calorie", because:

1.    It pops open "diet-resistant" fat cells and sucks out the fat locked inside...
2.    Floods your body with sustained energy, while firming up muscles...
3.    And regenerates brain cells, strengthens the heart and rejuvenates skin...

PLUS: It repairs joints, strengthening bones and revitalizes your liver, thyroid, kidneys and more.

However, most of us have dangerously low levels...

This skyrockets your risk for heart attack, stroke and Alzheimer's.

AND makes burning off fat calories next to impossible.

However, this breakthrough allows men and women of all ages to boost their levels naturally:

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I can't believe more people don't know about this:

It's the next frontier in sustainable weight loss that you must know about now.

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Taking care of you,

Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer

PS - Here's another fix...

The #1 secret to having amazing all-day energy, every day, is to go to bed and get up at the same time every day. Do this for the next 21 days. If you happen to stay up late, stick to your strict wake-up time and have a 20-minute mid-day nap the next day to make up for it). This habit is a key to success.

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