Forget the gym and crash diets this New Year
It’s time to make those New Year’s resolution. Most of us are going to be swearing off sweets and desperately trying to find ways to fit workouts into our hectic schedules. Dr. Wright’s here just in time with some great advice for reaching–and maintaining–your goal weight this year.
It’s that time of year again…What’s your New Year’s resolution going to be?
If you’re anything like me, it probably has to do with getting back in shape–with making more time for exercise, and finally figuring out how to drop those pesky pounds.
But–again, if you’re anything like me–you’re wondering HOW exactly you can make that time. Well, as always, it’s Dr. Wright to the rescue, with a whole slew of weight loss advice to ring in the New Year.
And it couldn’t come at a better time–maybe nothing’s worked. Maybe you’re getting desperate enough that you’re eyeing up the mainstream’s offerings…but let’s take a moment to think about this…
The drugs orlistat (commonly known as Xenical and Alli) and sibutramine (better known as Meridia) promise safe weight loss. But let’s take a look at just how safe they really are…
Well, sibutramine has a list of 29 side effects associated with it, not to mention a potentially dangerous drug interaction if it’s taken at the same time as both an SSRI and a MAO inhibitor, two common classes of drugs.
And — I’ll warn you, this is disgusting — orlistat sends the fat you eat shooting right back out — literally. I’ll never forget the first time I heard the following side effects uttered in a commercial: “oily spotting on underwear, flatulence, urgent bowel movements, fatty or oily stools, increased number of bowel movements, abdominal pain or discomfort, and inability to control stool.” I mean, they are trying to SELL the drug, right?
All I have to say is “thanks, but no thanks.”
Enter Dr. Wright. Over the years, he’s shared a slew of incredibly effective tips, tricks, and secrets for losing weight–and keeping it off. And he’s put together a collection of his top picks for helping you reach — and maintain — your healthy weight in a new report called “12 Pounds in 3 Weeks!? Dr. Wright’s Starvation-Free and Gym- Free Weight Loss Secret.”
Do they work? Well, just ask the dozens of Tahoma Clinic patients who have finally reached their weight-loss goals. Or ask Dr. Wright and his wife Holly–they’ve personally tested these techniques.
And, if you’re a Nutrition & Healing subscriber, you’re not going to want to miss the February issue. Dr. Wright’s got a great program to share with you–one that could help change your body in just 12 minutes a day. Not a subscriber? Learn more here.