weight loss hack

Hi, Wild Ones!

Losing weight doesn’t have to be time-consuming or complicated. In fact, it couldn’t be simpler!

To prove it, I’ll be sharing a favourite Weight Loss Hack every day this week. I want to show you that you can eat for the body you want by making a few simple, effortless changes in your diet.

Even if you change nothing else, these hacks will likely get you a bit closer to the body of your dreams.

Those of you who know me won’t be surprised that this simple, life-saving shift makes the list…

Weight Loss Hack #6: Cut Animal Proteins for Effective Body Shaping

Did you know that obesity now causes more deaths than smoking in some parts of the world (like the United States and Australia)? 

We’re talking hundreds of thousands of people dying prematurely or suffering every year.

As you may have heard, vegetarians and vegans tend to be slimmer and healthier than their meat-eating counterparts. 

Adults with a BMI (body mass index) above 30 are considered obese; 25 to 30 is overweight; under 25 is ideal. Predictably, meat-eaters averaged 28.8 in several analyses. In the United States, the only group consistently showing at their ideal weight and BMI was the plant-based one…these averaged 33 pounds (about 15 kilos) lighter than their meat-eating friends.

So, you want to drop those extra kilos? Just drop this one thing (animal proteins), and you will! This is probably the most effective weight loss hack out there…

Want to know more? Check out my specially-designed program, Food Dynamics: The Taste and Flavour Solution, to learn how to select body-shaping foods and eat for healthy weight reduction. Ignite the power of effective nutrition today!

I want to hear from you, too. Have you experienced astonishing body-shaping results, just by cutting meat and other animal products from your diet? Please share in the comments!

xx,

Donna

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