Helping others win
weight game with
Victory Meals Program
A New Year, A New You! It’s the mantra for many! Vows to exercise, juice, cleanse and go raw are tossed about like so many footballs during the playoffs. However, come February, the fortitude of the masses will have no doubt waned once the quick fixes fizzle, stomachs growl and muscles ache.
Sound familiar? Not surprising. Losing weight is the number one resolution every New Year. And, only eight percent of people who make this resolution actually achieve success. So, if you’ve been one of the multitudes who have set great intentions only to experience not so great results, you are not alone. The story is not over, however. In fact, the story may yet have a happy ending because 2013 still stretches hopefully ahead of us, and the aptly named Victory Meals may just be the edge you need.
Joan Ifland, founder and CEO of the Victory Meals Program, is no fly-by-night, internet-certified nutrition counselor. Ifland has a Ph.D. in addictive nutrition, an MBA from Stanford and is a co-founder of the Society of Food Addiction Professionals, as well as a popular writer (Sugars and Flours: How They Make Us Crazy, Sick and Fat) and coach in the field of refined food addiction.
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