Research from the University of Hawaii shows that most peoples annual weight gain occurs between October and February. But, if you research “Holiday Eating Tips” or similar search, there’s a bunch of really bad tips out there, trust me, I did it. So, after spending hours scouring the web, and discussing it with Dr. Kepo’o, here’s the Dirobi easy to follow, effective top 10 list of holiday eating tips designed to keep you healthy during the holidays!
“You can change your life in 90 days.”
– Art Williams
Nothing combines so many core element of health into one powerful, macro and micro nutrient dense wallop of wellness power like a green smoothie.
Have you hefted a 5 pound weight lately? It’s kind of hefty. You wouldn’t want to throw it in your purse or backpack and lug it around all day.
If you went for a run or a bike ride with it strapped to your back, you would be thrilled to rip it off and chuck it in the weeds somewhere along the way.
The challenge sometimes for dieters is that they don’t appreciate or respect losing a tiny amount, like 5 pounds. But is it so tiny? I don’t think so. It makes a difference. Every 5 pounds you can drop makes a difference.
Jimmy Duggan is an English Jockey from Hillingdon, Middlesex. And if there’s one thing Jimmy knows, it’s weight management. His career depended on it. But at one point he was called “The fattest jockey in England.” Learn how Jimmy became one of the most successful jockeys of all time through rapid weight loss methods.
There’s a long-held belief that rapid weight loss is not sustainable. You’ve probably heard the standard 1-2 pounds of weight per week is the healthiest way to lose over time. You might also have heard that any rapid weight loss diet is “just a fad” and you’ll soon gain the weight back and then some.
But recent studies and our own personal experience with those using our Pounds and Inches Drops have shown the opposite of these beliefs: losing weight quickly is a better solution for people who want long-term health and weight loss results. And recent studies bear this out.