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The Diet Solution Program Review – Does It Really Work?

March 6th, 2013 25 comments

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Hello, my name is Olivia and this is The Diet Solution Program review.

Isabel De Los Rios is the woman behind the diet solution program, and she put her 10+ years of industry experience behind the development of this program. She has formal education in exercise psychology and nutrition, and she herself has firsthand experience struggling with weight issues. This isn’t something that she just blindly released to the market.

Isabel’s extensive knowledge is really noticeable when you read through this program. I would not be doing this diet solution program review if I were not completely thrilled with the program as well as the results that I was able to achieve.

What the program does very well is to explain that healthy eating needs to be a lifestyle and not just something that is done here and there. On and off diets do not work, starvation diets are dangerous and there isn’t a miracle pill that makes fat melt away.

Many people are under the false presumption that eating healthy is hard and requires planning meals in advance, but that is not the case at all. The diet solution program explains how you can create your new healthy lifestyle without having to sacrifice your time.

What I really enjoyed about the Diet Solution Program, is the simplicity. Plain and simple this program was something I could easily follow. It did not consist of a diet of lettuce and water, and in fact the food selection that is available is very impressive. Simply follow the meal plan program and you will see the results!

The Diet Solution Program has a 60 day no question money back guarantee, which is really one of the factors that made me give it a shot. This really told me that Isabel believes in the product.

Since this is a product that helps you lose the weight the correct way there are no outrageous claims suggesting you will lose 50 pounds in a matter of a few weeks. It doesn’t work that way. The average weight loss to be about 10 — 15 pounds in the first six weeks. Personally, I lost 12 pounds in just six weeks!

So I highly recommend the diet solution program to everyone who wants to lose some weight and change his lifestyle!

Also, there’s a limited time discount link in the description, which I found on the Internet, so if you want to save some money, get the Diet Solution Program right now.

Thank you for watching and I hope my Diet Solution Program review will help you to achieve healthier life.


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What is the likelihood of gaining back weight after New Direction ketosis weight loss program?

March 4th, 2013 2 comments

I am interested in starting the New Direction weight loss program which uses ketosis in order to maximize weight loss. By doing so and maintaining healthy eating habits, what is the likelihood of regaining weight?
The program is carefully monitored by nurse practitioners and my family doctor through blood tests and ekgs.

Quick weight loss does not work on any diet. The weight always comes back plus more. If you reduce your caloric intake by 500 calories per day you will lose one pound per week and most of the weight will not come back.

Holiday Healthy Eating Tips – How To Eat Healthy During The Holidays?

March 1st, 2013 24 comments

Holiday Healthy Eating Tips – How To Eat Healthy During The Holidays.

Didn’t follow healthy eating tips over the holidays? Feeling a little heavy? Get SHREDDED with Stage Shredded Status:

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@0:17 – Hey Vince. What is the best way to eat right while with your family during the holidays? Especially when your family isn’t cooking or baking healthy foods? Thanks

@1:53 – Hey Vince! I’m 5’8″ 160 pounds looking to keep some light cardio while bulking (2 times a week). Do you recommend doing the interval cardio before or after the workout? And does it count for your recommended 40-60 minutes that we should be in the gym? Or does that 40-60 minutes of weight training start after/before we do the cardio? Thanks!

@2:54 – Hey Vince! I’m 20, 71 KG and currently bulking. 1 of my calf is 1 inch smaller than the other. Any solutions to this? Thanks!

@3:28 – Do you think doing low intensity cardio after high intensity cardio session is beneficial as I read that low intensity will erase the fatty acids running in your bloodstream from the high intensity cardio you just did?

@4:46 – What about hybrid training..not just bodybuilding a little bit of everything strength training, power training, cross training.

@6:33 – Hi Vince, I have been training for approximately 1 year and have made some moderate gains of about 20lbs of muscle (although being super skinny starting out). I have recently purchased the supplement beta alanine as I have read some good articles that it can aid building especially when used along side BCAA? What are your thoughts on this products and how would I go about taking it? Presently I am going by the packet and doing 1.5 grams four times a day. Cheers. Keep up the good videos!

@9:16 – How long should a cutting program last? I’m 20% body fat and want to get to 8%. How long should this take? Is more than 4 months too long to cut the fat? Any advice would be appreciated.
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Chocolate Tour Of Cusco, Peru

February 20th, 2013 22 comments

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Peru has become a huge producer of chocolate on the worldwide market, and I learned a lot of interesting tidbits about chocolate in the Cusco chocolate museum – plus got to sample 🙂

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Popular Diets: ” What You Need to Know “

February 13th, 2013 No comments

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You will discover…

Why eating certain foods can actually help you lose weight… not gain it… and why many fitness experts are wrong about their “carb theories”.

How you can actually eat your favorite foods yet burn fat at the same time (so many nutrition experts have this all wrong!)

Why “fat free” foods aren’t nearly as healthy as they claim and why so many food manufacturers are misleading you on their labels!

What foods are natural “Metabolism Boosters” and why you need to eat these foods to burn fat FAST while boosting your energy levels.

The one exercise you can do at home or work that can burn as much as 300 calories a day (and you don’t even have to get out of a chair to do it!)

What people are looking for are real popular diets that work long-term. Not the fly-by-night scams that will make you gain the weight right back. Like the video says if you lose weight and keep it off those big weight-loss companies lose a customer.

They are designed to make you gain the weight back. That’s the way it is when profit is put ahead of the well being of people. Click the link below to find out how you can lose weight the right way by eating the way nature intended.

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What other ways could councils cut their costs in the light of less Government funding on the Welfare budget?

February 12th, 2013 6 comments

I personally feel that the Government are making a big mistake by cutting out so much from the Welfare budget.

Many councils no longer have meals on wheels for elderly groups instead they are left to order from commercial enterprises for a weekly or fortnightly shop to fund ready made meals which just need microwaving. Gone is the repartee that an elderly person would have had with a person on a daily basis.

Also gone in many areas are home helps who used to turn up to help the elderly or the disabled to live a basic existence by cooking a basic meal and making them a cup of tea, cleaning the kitchen or other areas when needed. A service which went from being free to a minimal charge according to income or savings. Greater dependence being levied now on families or relatives to look after their elderly relatives in view of the lack of regional services.

More emphasis and strain upon the NHS who then supply nursing staff to the elderly or the disabled for some needs.

I also feel there are actions the Government could have taken to reduce the effect this will have on lower income groups.

The bedroom tax is going to be a nightmare to collect. As people who are in low income groups or the disabled simply won’t want to pay for it. Indeed some can’t afford to pay it and will have no option but to go into debt to pay for food.

The emergency contingency fund is only available for those in dire circumstances for six months only and then after that tenants irrespective of circumstance will have to fund that spare bedroom.

One way the Government could have dealt with this would be to have levied a charge on properties with multiple occupancies where the number of recipients of benefits or a low income had an increased ability to pay something towards rent and community charge. Ability to pay being the main criteria.
For example an adult of 19, an adult of 22, two parents in their 40’s all living in a 3 bedroomed property but all in reciept of benefits should be liable to paying so much of their council rent or community charge. Afterall the cost of living for a family of 4 does not work out proportionately the same as an individual on their own.

The cost of heating a small 2 bedroomed flat is the same as or more than heating a 3 bedroomed house as suppliers of Gas and Electricity charge a higher rate to smaller properties irrespective of circumstances. Mine costs me £25. to £30 per week in the winter but in the summer is between £15 and £20 per week. The difference is switching off my fire as I economise all year with my water and heating as I can;t have one without the other.

The cost of food also varies for a single person on a budget at between £25 and £30 pounds per week but a family of four could easily live well for between £60 – £80 per week. We know this is true as Supermarkets have been advocating that if you educate your self to healthy eating you could cut your weekly spend to £50 a week per family.

In respect of families in need of social housing but can’t get any. Local authorities are to blame for this in the beginning as instead of investing in building programmes they have funded the privatisation of council departments dealing with repairs, maintenance and rental, There is even a seperate department for housing benefits to rental to community charges. Which means that councils have more staff employed in the offices than they need and more bosses than indians to do the work.

As a social housing tenant if you ever have to book a repair that concerns structure before the work is done 3 or 4 different people might have to examine the area in question before another 1-2 people or more come to do the work. Crazy.

Salaries are the biggest area councils spend money and it is tenants who fund it in some shape or form.

If councils really do want tenants to downsize they should be offering cash incentives to do so. Afterall, moving house is not free, decorating is not free, losing your home of 20 years or maybe its been your home all your life, should have a value on it.

I do think Welfare reform is needed but it also needs to be fair.

I also think the financial industry and banking industry should still be held to account for the problems caused by them from 2008. Instead of constantly punishing those less able to defend themselves.

Simple only allow welfare for a max of a year, like many countries do.

The UK welfare state is bloated.

HCG Diet Injections Mixing Instructions Trudeau Simeons

February 7th, 2013 25 comments

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Go Green – Nutritional Benefits Of Mint – Tips For Healthy Eating

January 30th, 2013 No comments

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Phenomenal Lunch At El Alma Zen in Lima, Peru

January 23rd, 2013 17 comments

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Phil and my first meal out in Peru was at El Alma Zen, after being highly recommended by our friends Jill and John of, as well as and several other vegan/vegetarian bloggers. It was amazing…

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What are some healthy foods to eat for a diet?

January 19th, 2013 3 comments

I am 5’11, I weigh 195 pounds and I am 18 years old.
I want to drop 15-20 pounds by the end of March, but I always catch myself eating junk food.

How can I get rid of the habit?
What are some healthy foods to eat to achieve my goal? (Breakfeast Lunch Dinner)
What are some foods to avoid?

For excercise I have the workout program ‘Insanity’, so I will be doing that and hopefully finish it. I also have some weights so I will probably do an extra 15 minutes of weightlifting after the program.

Thanks for your input.

lots of water and fibre.

eat apples and green vegetables.

try big salads with no-fat dressing, topped with lean meats like chicken breast, pork loin, turkey breast, tuna, etc.

a boiled egg is under a 100 calories and really filling.

for snacks i eat plain popcorn dipped in salsa and vegetables with a fat-free yogurt dip spiced with onion soup mix or a low-fat hummus (easy to make).

if you’re totally craving chocolate, have one fat-free pudding cup. try dipping strawberries in it.

cut back and make healthier choices, cause it works better than starving yourself.

i bought a plate at walmart that has 3 separate compartments, one for meat, one for whole grain, and one for vegetable. they’re small, reasonable sizes so you can watch your portions.

good luck:)