Lose Weight Without Starving & Supercharge Your Health
Can you really eat plenty of food, lose weight without counting calories, and achieve optimum health? The answer is an emphatic YES!
Let’s be clear: I don’t believe in ‘diets’. I don’t subscribe to diet pills, supplements, and ‘meal replacement’ shakes either. These are short-term solutions to a bigger health issue, and essentially designed to sell you products – for a profit.
I do believe in a holistic, healthy plant-based lifestyle, which includes supercharging your health with a kaleidoscope of unrefined plant foods; not starving yourself or counting calories, and maintaining a healthy weight.
This means you don’t have to waste your money on expensive diet products, diet food or programs, or sign up to an expensive gym membership you may hardly ever use. Instead, I recommend eating lots of healthy, low-energy dense food, drinking plenty of water, and exercising for about half an hour every day – which might be as simple as a gentle walk.
Follow the examples in these four articles and you too can experience the miracle of whole-food plant-based eating. People of all ages can benefit, and it’s never too late to start.
Join in a local plant-based diet group (or start your own), or go online to connect with like-minded people, or find a supportive health coach or dietitian to help you make the change.
Read about Karen Coker, who founded Plant IQ: Maine Advocates for Plant-Based Living.
Or Wendy Williams, who recently turned 52 and looks better than ever after losing 50-pounds on her vegan diet.
Or vegans and vegetarians in a recent study who tended to lose weight twice as fast as meat eaters.
Or Shania Twain, who looks fabulous at 51.
Once you make a commitment to eating healthy and giving up foods that age your body and promote disease, you’ll feel – and look – so good, you’ll never look back!
New Group In Cape Elizabeth, Maine Creates a Plant-Strong Community
A former journalist, Karen Coker, and Health Coach Kirsten Scarcelli have formed Plant IQ: Maine Advocates for Plant-Based Living.
“The scientific evidence is that a whole-food, plant-based diet can not only prevent some of the major killer diseases we suffer from, it can also reverse them,” Coker said. “That’s particularly true of heart disease and Type II diabetes.”
“On this type of diet, people can experience a difference in as little as 10 days,” Scarcelli added.
Click here to find more about the inspiration for Plant IQ, and how they help their members to make the switch to healthy plant-based eating.
Wendy Williams Weight Loss on a Vegan Diet
Wendy Williams is an American media personality, actress, comedian, author, and a daytime talk show host. She hosts the nationally syndicated television talk show, The Wendy Williams Show.
“I don’t belive in fad diets and crash diets. I don’t believe in diet pills, I don’t want my heart to race out of my chest.” – Wendy Williams
So exactly how did former confessed-food-addict Wendy lose 50 pounds and come to feel ‘fantastic’? Click to read about Wendy’s amazing personal transformation.
Veggies Lose Weight at Double the Rate of Meat Eaters
A new study shows that what you leave off your plate can be as important as what you eat. People who avoid meat tend to lose twice as much weight as their carnivorous counterparts.
“The reason why vegetarians tend to be better dieters is the switch away from meat also leads to people embracing a healthier lifestyle.”
Click here and find out why veggies are so far ahead in the weight loss stakes than meat eaters by reading more in this article..
Fit and Fabulous at Fifty-One
Country superstar Shania Twain defies her age by looking toned and beautiful into her fifties.
“Shania, who became vegetarian in 1993, has praised the anti-aging health and weight loss benefits of her plant-based diet, saying it gives her more energy and stamina.”
Read this article to learn more about Shania’s diet, fitness and beauty secrets.
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