Hot Topics March 2013

by Cyndi on March 4, 2013

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Cyndi April 2, 2013 at 5:56 pm

Congratulations to Adelaide. She is the winner of the March Hot Topics Contest. Thank you to everyone who participated. Please check out our next months contests.

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Cyndi March 23, 2013 at 9:06 pm

Adelaide,

Yes the 30 Day Diet and 30 Night Diet work together. If you decide to take them both, then you will increase your fat burning capacity by double.

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jeanne March 17, 2013 at 2:58 pm

I would like to do the green coffee bean extract supplement along with my change in eating habbits. I do get cravings and hunger pains. What should i take along with the bean extract? Thanks

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Cyndi March 18, 2013 at 4:03 pm

Jeanne,

I would recommend the eAC. This is energy, appetite, and control. This should help with the cravings and feelings of hunger. I also recommend eating an increased percentage of protein. Carbs stimulate the appetite and protein satiates the appetite.

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Cristine March 13, 2013 at 10:42 am

I would like some quick/easy exercises to keep my program going while traveling. Thanks!

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Cyndi March 14, 2013 at 3:12 pm

You do not need a gym to stay fit….you just need drive. Here are a couple great exercises that do not need equipment.

Body weight squats and lunges
Push ups on knees or toes
Superman (lay on belly and raise chest, arms, and legs up toward the sky. Hold for up to 1 min)
Windmills (Legs shoulder width apart with arms straight out fro shoulders to the side of your body. Twist from the waist and touch your toe with the opposite hand while keeping your arms and legs straight.)
Jogging, walking, and hiking

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ninab March 11, 2013 at 12:20 pm

I’m a 48yo woman in perimenopause. I have nerve problems in my low back that prevent me from exercising like I have before. My diet is pretty healthy, with a few cocktails now and then.

I don’t know what to tweak that will help me drop these ten extra pounds with a limitation to my mobility?

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Cyndi March 13, 2013 at 6:23 pm

Women that are perimenopausal lose muscle mass and bone density at an increased rate. Muscle mass is a major factor in metabolism. For this reason, I always suggest for women ages 40-55 to participate in a weight training program. Most women see an increase in body fat percentage during this time. By doing resistance training, not only can you prevent gaining body fat, but you can lose some. Also, this may help decrease the rate of bone density loss, thus helping to prevent osteoporosis.

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Adelaide Hendricks March 9, 2013 at 7:17 pm

I’ve gotten my weight pretty close to my goal weight using the hcg drops but I’m getting burnt out on the limited diet.
I really believe in your products and think that there’s probably a good one to switch to. I’m just about 4 weeks into phase 3 and will be moving into phase 4 next week or going back to phase1 and 2. I’m so close to my goal that I think I’d like some help from a different product. Do you have any specific recommendations? Are any of them better for people that have used hcg than others?
Is this even a good idea?

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Cyndi March 13, 2013 at 6:16 pm

Adelaide,

Congrats on getting so close to your goal. In my opinion, if you are that close; don’t fix something that isn’t broken. It can be hard to find a plan that actually works. I would take it all the way and then be done with it. Also, remember that once you finish the plan, you need to slowly add foods back in. Adding too much too soon can result in gaining some weight back. Once, you do decide that you are close enough to your goal or are looking for a different product, I would recommend the eAC. This is energy, appetite, and control. This will help you stabilize the weight you have lost and learn how to not be on a diet.

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Adelaide March 15, 2013 at 7:35 pm

My question is a little different than that.
I’m not on hcG anymore, and I feel like I’ve lost all of the weight I can with it – it slowed very dramatically at the end of the last round.
I’ve added in a few starches and sugars and am maintaining, which seems to be the right thing – however, I have 10lbs left and I can’t face the limited nature of the hcG diet for another two months.
What product would you recommend?

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Cyndi March 18, 2013 at 4:01 pm

Oh, I see. I would recommend a product that has stimulants such as the 30 Day Diet or Green Coffee Bean. These products are designed to boost your metabolism and mobilize fat storage for usage. If you add exercise to the equation you will see even better results. You should see results without exercise, but you should see more with exercise.

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Adelaide March 21, 2013 at 2:49 pm

Wonderful, that’s really helpful! – so, something I’ve wondered is with the 30day Diet – it is recommended to double up with the 30Night product too, or are those two meant to be one or the other approaches? I’m guessing taking both IS recommended since they’re sold as a package

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