Weight Loss

Dr Doug Grahams November Health Message

The holidays are upon us. These final two months are the busiest time of year. Take time for your own health each day.

How easy it is to put things off. Work deadlines start weighing heavily as the end of the year approaches. December is practically a lost month in terms of productivity, and so the pressure to get things done really hits us right now. The weather is cooling and is foul more than fair, the days are getting noticeably shorter, and you are wearing way more clothing. Outdoor activity options are diminishing quickly. The fruit is not so sweet and abundant, like it was during the summer, forcing us to look for sugars wherever we can find them, and sometimes, if you have not planned sufficiently well, cooked foods can begin to seem like an acceptable option. Do you stick to your whole, fresh, ripe, raw, organic 80/10/10 vegan diet, or have you already started making exceptions?

This is an excerpt from Perpetual Health 365 *eBook, to read more purchase a copy.

Available here: http://foodnsport.com/index.php

Looking for a plant based diet? Looking to meet your goals? Here is what you can get with The 80/10/10 Diet:
-peak performance for any athlete
-perfect weight no matter what your body type
-off-the-charts wellness
-success with a low-fat vegan raw food diet
-simplicity in your lifestyle
-a healthy relationship with your food
-and enviable vitality


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