Warp Speed Fat Loss

The Warp Speed Fat Loss program comes with 4 different diet plans (including one vegetarian diet plan) so you can pick the one that best suits you and your lifestyle.

The Warp Speed Fat Loss fat loss training program comes in a regular and extreme version. There is also a home gym version for people that have a barbell and dumbbells at home but not all the ‘bells and whistles’ of a commercial gym.
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Fat Loss Factor By Dr. Charles Livingston

In this short weight loss presentation I will teach you a somewhat unusual weight loss strategy that can help you get a flatter belly in under 7 days, while still enjoying the foods you love. This is the first tip that I always teach my patients here in Fishers, IN. And is the same tip that helped one of my patients whom I’m most proud of, (Lori) lose 2 inches from her belly, lose 8 lbs in only 9 days, lose 2 inches from each thigh, lose ¾ of an inch from each arm, and drop 3 dress sizes (At the age of 30, she now wears a smaller dress than she did in high school!).

Lori ultimately lost 90 pounds and I’ll share with you 1 tip that helped her get there. I can’t leave this video up for long, so be sure to watch it from beginning to end while it’s still here. Please note: If you leave the page and come back, the video will automatically restart at the beginning.

Guide To Child Obesity And Fitness

Obesity is a disorder that manifests through [tag]overweight[/tag], which is usually calculated by the BMI Body Mass Index. The statistics indicate that there has been a drastic increase in [tag]child obesity[/tag] in the past two decades and that is a very worrying factor for the parents as well as for the obese children, as from obesity there are a variety of diseases that will develop; some of them life threatening. Continue reading Guide To Child Obesity And Fitness

Is Child Obesity Due to School Lunches or Other Factors?

With child obesity becoming a [tag]health[/tag] issue of almost epidemic proportions in this country, it is wise for parents to examine whether child obesity is due to school lunches. There have been reports of school cafeterias that serve menus that are not as nutritional as they could or should be which has caused many parents and health care workers to sit up and take notice of what kids are eating at school. In some cases, the information was reassuring in showing that many school lunch programs are highly conscientious in preparing nutritious meals for their student body. However, there are also many instances where this is simply not the case, and child obesity due to school lunches is a very real phenomenon. Continue reading Is Child Obesity Due to School Lunches or Other Factors?

How to Reverse the Trend of Obesity in Children

Obesity has become a health issue of almost epidemic proportions in our society today. Not only is this condition affecting a large percentage of the adult population, it is also trickling down to affect our teens and children in a major way. Currently, statistics show that one in every five kids is considered obese by the national standard. This figure has doubled within the past thirty years, and seems to be on a steady rise. When you consider that overweight or obese people are at much higher risks for developing serious health problems like high blood pressure, heart disease, arthritis and diabetes, it is easy to see why it is so important to understand the causes of obesity in children. Perhaps by learning what causes the condition, parents and health care providers can go far in preventing and treating the condition before it becomes a bigger health risk. Continue reading How to Reverse the Trend of Obesity in Children