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How is your New Year's Resolution doing?

By Sylvia Egel - Posted on 14 February 2011

It is mid February and most Americans have already given up on their New Year's Resolution to lose weight in 2010 ... according to one statistic, only 20% of us maintain our resolutions past Valentine’s Day!

But don't despair - Lent offers you a second chance to pursue your health goal!

Throughout history fasting was either dictated by nature or prescribed for religious reasons. In recent years there has no longer been an agricultural need for fasting - our tables and pantries are easily filled with all the vital nutrients, even during the winter month it is possible to buy fresh fruits and vegetables. Religious fasting, however, is still omni-present! Lent, for example, starts on Ash-Wednesday and culminates in Easter. For Lent many of us will decide to give up a favorite food or drink (e.g. chocolate, alcohol) or activity (e.g., going to the movies, playing video games, etc.), or may instead take on a discipline such as devotions or volunteering for charity work. Why don't you use this opportunity to invigorate your New Year's Resolution and kick-start your weight loss?

Use the time of Lent to reach your goals with the help of metabolic balance® ... and prepare for a healthier you and a balanced metabolism.

Don't miss your second chance ... call me at (317) 564-2333.