Imagine losing 34 pounds in a week. Or dropping 100 pounds in just seven weeks.
Sound impossible? Believe it or not, these are actual results from NBC’s hit reality show, The Biggest Loser.
No wonder the nation is captivated!
But, as great as these results are… are they realistic? Do you think you could lose 34 pounds in just seven days? Probably not.
Do you dread those everyday aches and pains so much that it keeps you from exercising in the first place?
You don’t have to let those aches and pains stop you anymore.
It’s possible to eliminate muscle aches and stiffness immediately after working out. And you can help rebuild your muscles at the same time…
A cover story in TIME magazine tells you exercise won’t help you lose weight.
In the article, a professor from Louisiana State University says, “… for weight loss, exercise is pretty useless.”1
If you’re a regular reader you may already recognize the ignorance of this professor’s statement.
What is he missing?
Well, it depends on what type of exercise.
My rebuttal to this ignorance is going to take awhile, but bear with me, this is important.
Soon you’ll have access to my new PACE program.
For two years I’ve been re-working PACE to make it simpler and easier to follow; especially if you feel out of shape or too busy to get started.
I first published PACE back in November of 2006. It’s the first complete program that protects your heart, pumps up your lung volume and burns fat in minutes a day.
Do you think that popping a calcium supplement will make your bones stronger?
Despite what you hear on TV, calcium supplements have little to do with the strength of your bones.
That’s what I tell my patients … and it always surprises them.
One of the most well-conducted studies in science, the Harvard Nurses Study, showed there was absolutely no protection from factures with any dose of calcium intake. Instead, the reverse was true… nurses who ingested higher amounts of calcium had an increased risk of bone fracture…