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Quick Weight Loss E-zines, Issue #016 -- April 2010
April 06, 2010
Hi <>,

Here is the Quick Weight Loss E-zine for April.

I hope you've had a great Easter and haven't eaten too much chocolate over the weekend, except for your 'Treat Day' of course!

In this E-zine I have several articles on Nutrition. I have written an article on the history of the dubious USDA Food Pyramid as well as an article on healthy eating guidelines.

Paul Simpson has also contributed another great article titled, 'How to Eat Yourself Thin!' Thanks Paul.

Also, please feel free to comment on any of the articles, it's always nice to know people are reading them. If you find the Quick Weight Loss E-zine useful and interesting, I would appreciate it if you could pass it on to your friends and family who you think may enjoy reading the articles. If they are willing to become subscribers to the E-zine I am happy to give them a FREE copy of my Special Report, The Secrets of Weight Loss.

If you don't have a copy yet, simply let me know and I will send it to you.

Have a great week, eat well, train hard and enjoy life!



USDA Food Pyramid History

The USDA food pyramid history is a classic example of how political lobbying by food organisations can influence government and scientific recommendations. This results in major changes of what should be a healthy food pyramid.

To read the complete article, please click on the link below:

USDA Food Pyramid History

Healthy Eating Guidelines

These healthy eating guidelines will help you lose weight, improve your health and boost your energy levels. They are commonly used healthy eating tips of the world’s top health and nutrition experts. In this article you will also get access to a healthy eating plan that uses these guidelines.

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'How to Eat Yourself Thin!'

Most diet programs, whether they say it or not, rely on the fact you have to dramatically reduce your food intake in order to lose weight. As crazy as it sounds, the key to losing weight is to actually eat more! In fact, many experts believe that having three meals a day; breakfast, lunch and dinner should be supplemented with snacks; mid-morning, mid-afternoon and supper.

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