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Apr 28

Thanks To Dr. Oz, The Secret to Weight Loss is Now Exposed

Deborah searched and found the hidden secret to weight loss turned her health around and is sharing her success with you!

NC, Greenville, April 2013—Everyday woman Deborah Pretty has an inspirational story to share. At the age of 53, Deborah had struggled to find the secret to weight loss for over 15 years. A more recent bout of low immunity gave her even more concern. She grew up in a household in which fruits and vegetables were a luxury, leaving fatty unhealthy foods as the daily staples.

With the influence of this damaging daily diet Deborah developed gestational diabetes at the young age of 17. Additionally, even more recent her fierce confrontation with inflammation ignited her quest to finding the secret to weight loss exceeding urgent.

Today Deborah stands at 5’ 2” and weighs 133lbs. She side stepped medications, no longer struggles with inflammation, and can’t recall the last time she even had a cold. What was the secret to her weight loss, dodged disease and avoidance of taking toxic prescription medications? She made

3 changes to her health and wellness routine.

“Let the truth be told, living a healthy life doesn’t have to be complicated. You don’t have to hire a personal trainer, purchase expensive mail-order food, spend long grueling hours at the gym, take med’s forever or undergo pocket-squeezing dangerous and painful surgeries to lose weight, look great, stay healthy or fight disease.” Deborah Pretty

Deborah’s weight loss transformation was sparked by seeing herself in a family holiday video. When she saw her stomach “flop” as she moved in the video she knew she had to get started on a healthy eating regime. What makes Deborah’s story so inspiring is that she has been on both sides of the health and wellness battle and has accomplished her healthy weight goal without pills, powders, potions or mail order meals.

She’s all too familiar with the agony of swollen ankles, inflammation, and what low energy feels like—moreover she’s even more knowledgeable of what it really takes to combat those issues.

Deborah began her journey to improved health and wellness by incorporating these 3 elements—removing processed foods from her diet, adding super foods to her meals, and finding a way to incorporate exercise by doing something that she loves. Here is the secret to Deborah’s weight loss transformation, renewed energy and ageless beauty.

Reduce Intake of Foods That Consist of These 5 Ingredients

    • Artificial Sweeteners—Typically found in cereals, yogurt, diet drinks, and snack bars!
    • Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein (HVP)—Typically found in soups, gravies, and chips.
    • Carmel Coloring—Typically found in dark colored sodas.
    • Sodium Nitrite—Typically found in hot dogs, bacon, and deli meats.
    • Partially Hydrogenated Oil—Typically found in fried foods, donuts, and margarine.

Add Super Foods To Your Diet

  • Vegetables—Focus on those leafy greens, garlic, mushrooms, and onions.
  • Fruits—Berries have the highest antioxidant content.
  • Seeds—Flax, pumpkin, and chia are the most powerful.
  • Spices—Add more flavor and boost immunity by adding curry, cinnamon, turmeric, mint, and rosemary.
  • Whole Grains—Oats, brown rice, and quinoa.
  • Nuts—Almonds, walnuts, and cashews.

Movement

And lastly Deborah took up Zumba! She found a way to sneak in exercising doing something that is fun and that she loves. If dancing is not your top pick, no worries, Deborah suggests walking 30 minutes 4-5 days a week.

To learn more about the secret to weight loss, Deborah’s motivational story of combating disease or how she transformed herself into a happier, healthier and more youthful woman (according to her husband, she looks 20 years younger) visit her website…

Contact:

Deborah Pretty

Website: http://www.SuperFoodstheDietSolution.com

Email: info@superfoodsthedietsolution.com

Telephone: +1- 252-294-2870

Deborah Pretty

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