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Gold Coast Cure

There are three components to this golden weight loss cure.

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The Gold Coast Cure, developed by Dr. Andy and Ivy Larson, is a total-body health program. It incorporates three key components to help you manage your weight and health. The Gold Coast Cure focuses on a nutritious, natural diet, supplements and exercise. During Gold Coast's five weeks, you'll begin to decrease your risk of illnesses like diabetes, arthritis, osteoporosis and of course, obesity

PRO
  • Teaches smart, common sense food choices
CON
  • The online component is more expensive than most other sites
DIET and NUTRITION

Don’t eat "bad" carbs. This includes processed foods like white bread, French fries and pasta. Enjoy "good" carbs like fresh produce and whole grain. Incorporate fiber, and antioxidant-rich foods into your diet.

Include supplements. Visit with your doctor to create a plan that is right for you. You should try to include vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.

EXERCISE

Commit to three, half-hour sessions weekly. Circuit training will provide positive results.

CONCLUSION

You'll improve your overall well-being, as the Gold Coast program helps you reverse years of damage from poor eating and exercise practices by relying on the inherent medicinal value of food.

Simply subscribe to these three important components of the Gold Coast Cure and you'll find yourself in better shape and feeling healthier.

Common Misspellings

Gold caost cure, Gold coast kure, Gold coast cure deit, Gold Coast Diet


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(Page 1 of 1, 7 total comments)

lynn

i was hoping for MS info. This book is more about losing weight than the autoimmune issue. Still has too many foods that create inflammation and intestional permeation. For someone who is thin and in the begininng of MS, this is disappointing,

posted Jul 18th, 2011 11:13 am


Elaine

I have had MS since I was 29 and will turn 62 this month. I am still mobile but use a walker. I love this diet. The natural foods are very good - a little more expensive but certainly cheaper than pills, shots, etc.

posted Jan 1st, 2010 5:14 pm


Mike

There really is no end date, it is just saying that by the end of 5 weeks, you will have dramatic results. this diet, like others that are designed to work are lifestyle changes, but you can tell the results of this diet in just 5 weeks.

posted Dec 21st, 2009 9:01 pm


Duncan

If people really want to learn how to cook great quality healthy nutritious food in your own home, you should check out www.fullertummy.com.au Eating well and learning how to stick to that all important budget!

posted Jul 20th, 2008 3:05 pm


MillaB

Sounds easy enough and I don't have to cut out carbs completely. Thanks for the info.


Dondi

I like the idea of the plan and it looks like I could see good results. What happens at the end of the 5 weeks? I wonder about the diets with an end date.


Nana4

Gold Coast is simple and works. I've been pleased and happy with my weight. It suggests five weeks but you can keep following the healthy eating and exercise after that.



   
 

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