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Nature's Plus Source of Life

This energy shake is a highly concentrated power-packed formula, supplying a perfect blend of complete high quality soy protein, bioflavonoids, enzymes, plant pigments nucleic acids, essential oils and herbs, vitamins, minerals, lipids, bioflavonoids, enzymes, plant pigments, amino acids, nucleic acids and herbs, Whole brown rice, spirulina, bee pollen, young barley leaves, sunflower oil, carrots and black currant seeds are other ingredients which offer the most health-giving, life-supporting nutrients.




Targeted Nutrition Tactics

The book entails specific nutrition (and exercise, which is very important because most diet books never mention resistance training) strategies that enable “you” to reach your body composition goals quickly. Notice the word body composition and not weight loss. Most diet books focus only on weight loss, which is a major mistake. Research on dieters show that 75% of their weight loss is fat (great) and the other 25% is muscle (not so great). The TNT Diet focuses specifically on fat loss, while maintaining or even GAINING muscle, which bodes well from a body composition standpoint, as well as overall health (improved cholesterol profile, improved triglyceride profile, lower risk for heart disease, lower blood sugar). This books focus is on body composition and not just weight loss. What differentiates this book from other dieting books is that is goes out of it’s way to debunk many of the common myths that have been perpetuated by the media and “fitness/health experts” throughout the years.
1. The Food Guide Pyramid (s) (even the new MyPyramid) stinks.
2. High protein diets will not cause your kidneys to explode.
3. Saturated fat is actually healthier for you than you think and increasing your intake (while decreasing intake of processed foods) will actually DECREASE your risk of heart disease.

Read this book!




Always consult with a physician if you experience any adverse effects from your new exercise routine, diet, or lifestyle change. You should always monitor your physical, emotional and spiritual changes by conducting regular annual physicals, lab work, and knowing what your body and mind are telling you by how you feel.

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