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Bob Greene’s The Life You Want on the Rachael Ray Show

Oprah’s fitness trainer, Bob Greene is hitting the talk-show circuit hard this week promoting his new book, The Life You Want: Get Motivated, Lose Weight and Be Happy.

Tune in this Friday, January 21 to the Rachael Ray Show when Bob introduces Rachael’s audience to his newest health and wellness program.

Bob is best known for his BestLife program, a comprehensive approach to health and happiness. His popular program can be followed through his book as well as online. Bob goes way beyond just counting calories and clocking steps walked and instead helps you overcome the challenges that hold you back from achieving the life you dream of living.

The Life You Want is no different. In the book, Bob teams up with psychologist Anne Kearney-Cooke and nutritionist Janis Jibrin to help fans and readers change their mindset and finally lose weight. This book will help you dig down to the root of you weight problems, and overcome the barriers that have held you back in the past.
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Carrie Fisher is the New Jenny Craig Spokesperson

Fresh off the press, the weight loss giant Jenny Craig just announced that its new spokesperson is actress Carrie Fisher. Fisher is probably best known for her role as Princess Leia in Star Wars as well as the stream of her best-selling books, like Postcards from the Edge.

The 5′ 1″ actress told People magazine that she is humiliated over her weight gain.

“I’m fat,” says Fisher, 54. “All the clothes in my closet belong to another chick. They have to make a new alphabet for my bra size.”
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Body Dilemma Diets on the Dr. Oz Show

Tune in this Monday, January 10 to the Dr. Oz Show to learn how to lose that body fat, whether you carry it in your belly, bum or all over.

On this episode, Dr. Oz will help you customize your own weight loss plan that is tailored to your body type. If you have tried every diet possible and have ended up losing weight and then gaining it back, this show is a must-see. No matter where your fat is, get rid of it once and for all!
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Don’t Sabotage Your New Year’s Resolution Before You Start

How many of you are thinking that you have one last day before your new diet starts with the New Year? Such thinking could be sabotaging your diet before you start.

When driving home for the holidays (or when you take any long familiar drive), you are likely to increase your speed as you pass familiar sites that let you know you are starting to approach your destination. In the same way, as you focus on the impending restriction, you are likely to allow yourself extra indulgences in this last week of the year.

These extra indulgences do have an impact on your weight, your health, and even your metabolism. You are also familiarizing your palate with sweet or rich foods, teaching your body to expect such things. This can increase the chances that you will experience cravings for such things in January when you intend to avoid them. Life change is hard work, and you may be making it more difficult by indulging prior to restriction. The cravings are not a need requested by your body, but your body expecting consistency.

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Jenny Craig Metabolic Max Personalizes Your Diet Resolution

The wildly popular and well respected Jenny Craig has ventured out of the “one size fits all” diet realm. The Jenny Craig Metabolic Max Program offers a personalized plan suited to each individual’s metabolism.

With the Metabolic Max Program, you will enjoy the trademarked one-on-one support from Jenny Craig and Jenny’s Cuisine just like with the original Jenny Craig weight loss system. While on the program, you will eat three meals a day and one snack. The majority of the food you eat will be Jenny’s Cuisine, a prepackaged meal system that is brought right to your home.

What sets Metabolic Max apart is that it includes a BodyMedia FIT Armband and BodyMedia FIT Activity Manager. The BodyMedia FIT products allow you to better log your activity level, calorie consumption and calories burned.


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