Ideal You Weight Loss Center in Buffalo Healthy Living Magazine

02 Jul 2014
Ideal You Weight Loss Center in Buffalo Healthy Living Magazine

See page 16 in July 2014 issue of Buffalo Healthy Living Magazine for the feature article about The Ideal You Weight Loss Center and page 37 for my center’s quarter page ad!  As of July 1, 2014, my dieters have lost 1,313.2 pounds and 1,178 inches in 6 1/2 short months – since I opened in mid December, 2013. It’s a pretty good article… read it if you get a chance. Click to Read the article!  

Chef Daniel Verati

13 Mar 2014
Chef Daniel Verati

Put a Dash of Fun and Flavor into Your Ideal Protein Weight Loss Experience Welcome to Smarter Eating, with Chef Daniel Verati Food is more than a daily necessity, it’s a source of joy and creativity that many of us don’t want to give up when we have to lose weight. That’s why Ideal Protein’s master of the savoury arts, Chef Daniel Verati, is driven to crush the stereotype of ‘diet food’ as boring and tasteless. Chef Verati’s source of joy is inspiring your love of the culinary arts while you re-discover a healthier you. His passion is driven by the difficulty he experienced with his own weight loss struggles..

The Most And Least Obese States In The U.S.

13 Mar 2014
The Most And Least Obese States In The U.S.

Huffpost Healthy Living Posted: 03/05/2014 A new report reveals the most and least obese states in the U.S. — and they’re not the same as previous years. Montana is now the least obese state in the U.S., with 19.6 percent of residents qualifying as obese in 2013, according to a new report from Gallup-Healthways researchers. Previously, Colorado was the least obese obese state — but in 2013, it fell to the No. 2 spot, with an obesity rate of 20.4 percent. Meanwhile, Mississippi is now the most obese state in the U.S., with 35.4 percent of residents being obese in 2013. West Virginia had previously been the most obese state from 2010 through 2012. Overall,.

Researchers study weight loss to reduce breast cancer

25 Feb 2014

Fat cells are source of estrogen, a hormone that fuels breast cancer in women after menopause. USA Today Jon Walker, (Sioux Falls, S.D.) Argus Leader February 4, 2014 SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Lenee Gaddis was one more statistic in a world of cancer. She had breast cancer, which put her among the 600 South Dakota women who hear that diagnosis each year. More than 12%, about 1 in 8 women, develop breast cancer sometime in their lives, and 110 state residents die from it annually. Against that backdrop, Gaddis went through surgery, radiation and drug-related therapy to endure everything science could throw at her problem. Then she took part in a study.

Pounds Lost 12/30/13

25 Feb 2014
Pounds Lost 12/30/13

Pounds Lost as of 12/30/13: 87# – Inches Lost as of 12/30/13: 81 3/4″

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