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This New Year, Resolve to Banish That Belly Fat and Drop Those Extra Pounds for Good

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Losing weight is one of the most popular New Year’s resolutions you can make. That’s probably because two-thirds of all American adults are overweight. A full one-third are considered obese by medical standards.

It’s a healthy resolution, too. Even a few extra inches around your waist signifies a buildup of fat and plaque in your arteries. This increases your risk of a heart attack.

It’s that time of year to make your own resolution to drop those extra pounds. And it’s the perfect time to watch a complimentary video produced by Newsmax Health.

In this video, one woman who discovered how to flush 40 pounds of fat out of her body — at age 50 — reveals her top 5 weight loss secrets. You’ll see some astonishing before and after photos.



This woman’s true story shows how she fought back against the battle of the bulge — and won. You’ll see the secret strategies she used to shed 40 extra pounds. Losing weight allowed her to experience a renewed life full of adventure and travel.

Along the way, she also freed herself from the hidden dangers of overweight. These dangers include prediabetes, depression, and joint pain. In this video, she shows how to lose weight at midlife or any age without struggle, as long as you have the right simple tips.

Knowing how to lose weight could help save your life. A recent study reported in the Archives of Internal Medicine showed that the larger your waist, the greater your risk of dying from cancer, lung disease, or heart disease. This belly fat promotes inflammation, linked to many chronic diseases.

Editor’s Note: To help you with setting your own New Year’s resolutions, Newsmax Health is making this special weight loss video available at no charge. Go here now to see these 5 weight loss secrets that flush fat out of your belly and body. And don’t miss the shocking photos.

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Losing weight is one of the most popular New Year's resolutions you can make. That's probably because two-thirds of all American adults are overweight. A full one-third are considered obese by medical standards. It's a healthy resolution, too. Even a few extra inches...
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