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Thousands Look Better, Feel Better, and Have More Energy Because of NutriSum
Date:1/27/2009

Health Enhancement Systems Wellness Program Helps Participants Control Weight Permanently

MIDLAND, Mich., Jan. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Losing weight is the easy part. Maintaining it long term is the challenge. With this Health Enhancement Systems corporate wellness program (www.HealthEnhancementSystems.com), NutriSum: Healthy Weight for Life (http://www.nutrisum.com/?from=newswire), over 15,000 have learned how to gain control of their weight -- and improve their health -- with simple daily nutrition and physical activity habits.

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In its first year, NutriSum has had a huge impact. "We've heard from thousands of participants who've had life-changing results in just 3-6 months," notes Dean Witherspoon, President and founder of Health Enhancement Systems, a company that creates a variety of award-winning workplace wellness programs. "They've lost weight -- anywhere from 3 to over 50 pounds -- lowered cholesterol, increased energy, and reduced their need for medications."

But don't mistake this healthy weight loss program as a get-thin-quick scheme. "The important distinction is that NutriSum is a lifestyle program, not a diet," adds Witherspoon. "We've narrowed down eating patterns that -- in addition to regular exercise -- are consistently seen in people who've lost weight and kept it off ('/>"/>

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