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Healthy Weight Loss… You Can!

August 15th, 2009 · No Comments

My last post was about losing weight. I was on the monthly weight gain, and it was not PMS. The body was getting rather plump, and I wasn’t liking it so very much.

July 24, 09, I was down 6.5# and 8 inches. Now I am down 9#. I have not measured myself but I am on the smallest hole of my belt (I had been at the biggest hole). How did I do this, you may be wondering. Well, I have been using the Core4 system.

In fact, I did a little web page telling the world about Core4. Click here www.ez-healthyweightloss.com for lots of information. Here I tell my story, talk about the products, have a few testimonials and I have started a forum. At the web site you can click over to my Core4 website and sign up for free. This is the only thing that has worked for me. Join me and get that new thin, healthy body you want.

Also I wrote an article for ezine.com about using blueberries for weight loss. Those delicious little round blue berries are so good for you. Did you know that they are high in antioxidants? Antioxidants helps the body rid itself of free radicals that damage the cells, contributing to chronic diseases and aging.

Blueberries have the same chemical compounds as cranberries. They will also help stop urinary tract infection.

Blueberries help reduce belly fat as overall body fat when you eat a low fat diet. Blueberries help control glucose and insulin sensitivity. They can help prevent against colon cancer and ovarian cancer. Blueberries are similar to bilberries and can help prevent macular degeneration.

Did you know that blueberries have fiber and can help with both diarrhea and constipation? Yep. They are high in vitamin C and manganese and only 81 calories per cup.

Blueberries are in season now. So go pick ’em, make shakes, put them on salads, put them in yogurt or on ice cream, make jam, make pies, just eat them. What else do you do with the delicious blueberry?

Tags: Weight Loss