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The Real Secret To Losing Weight ...

 And Keeping It Off!

by Christine H. Farlow, D.C.

Sixty-seven percent of adults in the U.S. over the age of 20 are overweight or obese, according to Health, United States, 2008, compiled by the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Overweight is not just a malady of adults, but is increasingly seen in children as well. Health, United States, 2008 also reports that

  •           11% of children between the ages of 2 and 5
  •           15% of children between the ages of 6 and 11
  •           18% of teens between the ages of 12 and 19

are overweight as well.

It’s obvious from these statistics that, in many people, excess weight gain starts in childhood. 

What They’re NOT Telling You

Before I give you the secret to losing weight and keeping it off, it’s important for you to know why you gain weight in the first place.

Most folks would agree that in the majority of cases, gaining weight is related to improper eating habits. Consuming highly processed foods and junk foods is a major contributor.

One of the major challenges you have to face is finding accurate, truthful information on what is really healthy to eat.

There’s a lot of misinformation presented by the media. Ads on TV, the radio, in newspapers and magazines, and on the internet are very often purposely inaccurate. They are designed to sell products by the food manufacturers, who primarily produce fake foods in a laboratory. You and your kids are brainwashed into believing that highly processed, nutritionally empty food items are actually healthy and good for you. For most of these foodstuffs on the grocery store shelves, they are little more than empty calories, severely lacking in true nutritional value.

Advertising is not the only source of nutritional misinformation. Food companies have a vested interest in you purchasing their products. So, in the name of philanthropy, they donate to organizations that you rely on to give you facts about what’s healthy to eat and what’s not. The information these organizations give you about healthy eating is going to be tempered by what the companies donating money to their support want the public to believe about their products.

Can You Really Trust These Organizations?


Dr. Christine H. Farlow, D.C. is a chiropractor, nutritionist and author. She has been helping thousands improve their health through nutrition since 1984. For more information on healthy weight loss, visit http://www.healthyeatingadvisor.com/purification.html or contact Dr. Farlow.

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