Weight Loss in Italy?

One of the women I work with wanted to know about the new diet drug called Belviq. The FDA is always approving a new “miracle” weight-loss pill, only to recall it a few years later. To date, at least 34 diet drugs have been taken off the market. Diet pills cause all kinds of problems — heart attack, stroke and psychiatric disorders. And Belviq isn’t any different. Some of its side effects include suicidal thoughts, a racing heartbeat, hallucinations and more… The European Union banned Belviq. The reason? It causes cancer in animals.  And here’s the real irony… Clinical trials found that patients who took Belviq only lost 3% of their body weight.1 To put that in perspective… Say you weigh 175 pounds and take this drug. The amount of weight you would lose is 5 pounds! There’s definitely a better solution and it’s one that I’ve followed for years. My sons and I ate pizza by the plateful when we were in Italy. And it allowed me to lose weight. Even when I was on vacation. A couple of months ago, I took my wife and two sons to Rome. And I’ll be honest, we ate a lot… We piled our plates full of amazing food at every meal. And even though I usually eat a Primal diet, I dug into the pasta while I was there. And the pizza was so good, I had seconds. And then thirds. In fact, I ate so much, I couldn’t move! But here’s the thing… Even with all that eating, I ...
Source: Al Sears, MD Natural Remedies - Category: Complementary Medicine Authors: Tags: Anti-Aging Source Type: news

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