Thursday, February 24, 2011

Quack, quack… it’s those diet clubs calling…

If you watch TV, you see them advertised like mad.

It’s those big name diet mills.

For a hefty chunk of change, they promise to help you shed those extra pounds. Of course, you’ll also have to shell out a bundle for their specialized food plans too.

Now in the commercials, all you’ll see are smiling, happy faces and bodies that aren’t that rotund to begin with.

But did you ever wonder what their failure rate is AFTER a person goes off the program?

It’s pretty dismal. About 9 out of 10 of their former clients gain back every ounce they lost – plus a couple of extra ones just for good measure.

Unless you’re willing to sign up for life, then the bottom line is this: The diet factories are only good for short term stop-gap success.

If you’re truly committed and motivated in losing weight – and KEEPING it off – forget about the expensive weight loss clubs. In the end, you can wind up very disappointed, and a lot poorer.

There’s a far better way. By following Dina’s advice in the Asian Diet Revolution, you’re going to lose weight – and without any fad eating at all.

You’ll be picking foods you like – and preparing them for your individual tastes and palate.

Plus, you’ll be uncovering nutritional tips and inside information those big box fat farms wouldn’t dare touch with a 10 foot pole. (They’re too scared of Big Pharma and Big Agra to be ruffling any feathers.)

So, before you sign on their dotted line, and subject yourself to rah-rah mind tricks and public weigh-ins (yeech!) try the Asian Revolution Diet plan.

There’s no risk – if it’s not for you, simply say so and you‘ll get your money back. No quibbles, no hassles and no hemming or hawing.

It’s your body… treat it with respect!

AsianDietRevolution.com

To a much healthier you,

Arthur M.
AsianDietRevolution.com

P.S. Want to know how to smell a diet rat right away? If the commercial features a known celebrity – realize those stars don’t give away anything for free. They’re being paid quite handsomely for their “personal” endorsement!

 

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