Rocco DiSpirito: I guarantee fast weight loss on my low-carb ‘Pound A Day Diet’
The idea is that the balloon fills up part of your stomach, forcing you to eat less over the three months it will remain there, until it is extracted backwards through the throat. RELATED: 6 Habits That Lead to Weight Loss While this idea seems like a simple solution to the trials and tribulations most people face when it comes to dieting, it’s not quite the magic bullet many people crave. For one thing, it’s not available in the United States – the Food and Drug Administration has not yet approved it – and the company behind the balloon pill, Obalon, is still conducting tests to prove its efficacy. The pill is available in Europe, and just became available in the U.K.
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Rocco is convinced of the weight-loss and health benefits of his diet because it has worked for him and on 36 people he personally tested it on before writing garcinia cambogia dr oz his book. The Pound a Day Diet is as high-velocity as a weight-loss program can get. Only liposuction provides faster results. I did the research. I know it works better [than liposuction] because I personally tested it on over three dozen people.” The Food Network star said he suffered from high blood pressure, high cholesterol and chronic fatigue six years ago.
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The U.S. Weight Loss Market: 2014 Status Report & Forecast
This new report presents a wrap-up of 2013 performance for the U.S. http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/01/13/idUSnHUGdsQR+73+ONE20140113 weight loss market. ( http://www.bharatbook.com/healthcare-market-research-reports/the-us-weight-loss-market-2014-status-report-forecast.html ) The value of the market actually declined by 1.8% to $60.5 billion, largely as a result of slumping diet soft drink sales, and flat performance in most other market segments-including the large chains. The market is forecast to grow only 1.2% this year, as the DIY dieting trend continues, more competitors appear, and diet companies try to sort out the effects of the Affordable Care Act.
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