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Lose Weight and Save Money at the Same Time in the New Year
Date:12/27/2011

MURRAY, Utah, Dec. 27, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Losing weight and saving money: two of the most popular New Year's resolutions that can also be the toughest to stick with beyond mid-January. To help make achieving those goals a bit easier, Creative Bioscience, a leading maker of dietary supplements and support products, is offering a few tips that can actually help you do both, at the same time.

"The New Year is all about new beginnings. Whether that means striving for better health and wellness, or saving more for the future, the New Year offers a chance at a fresh start," said Ike Blackmon, Executive Director at Creative Bioscience. "Losing weight can actually help you do both -- you'd be surprised at how many people tell us that losing weight has saved them a ton of money. Since they're not eating out as much, especially fast food, and they're cutting back on snacks and junk like soda and energy drinks, they have more money to spend on things they really love -- or to save, whichever suits their style."

Choose Your Plan Wisely

When it comes to both losing weight and saving money, it's important to find a plan that fits both your goals and your lifestyle. For those who want to shed just a few pounds -- to get in shape for a big event or a vacation, for example -- Blackmon suggests a short-term "day diet" program, like Creative Bioscience's 10, 20, or 30 Day Diet™ program. Designed for rapid weight loss of up to one pound per day, the Day Diet™ program offers potent nutraceutical ingredients that can provide the supplemental support dieters need to overcome hunger and fatigue.

For those looking to lose substantial weight -- 40 pounds or more -- Blackmon says the hCG1234™ diet protocol may be the best option. "hCG is for serious dieters who are ready to make a real commitmen
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