Quick Start Weight Loss Program for Mothers-to-be – Garry Egger

July 27, 2009 at 10:33 pm Leave a comment


Professor Trim s Quick Start Weight-Loss Program is the latest initiative from obesity and lifestyle expert Dr Garry Egger, originator of the hugely successful GutBusters men s weight-loss program.

This revolutionary weight-loss program is designed to be carried out comfortably over a lifetime and aims for slow, steady and sustainable weight loss, under the medical supervision of specially trained GPs and exercise coaches.

Many women who are either trying to conceive or in the early days of their pregnancy have problems with their weight. How much should you aim to lose for a successful conception? How much should you gain during your pregnancy? How can you lose the weight you ve gained after the baby is born? And, most importantly of all, how can you manage your weight without compromising your own health, let alone that of your baby?

The Quick Start Weight-Loss Program for New Mothers and Mothers-to-be

* provides advice and guidelines that will supplement those from your GP and obstetrician or midwife,

* provides a balanced, medically supervised approach to weight loss,

* involves no crash diets, tricks, fads or gimmicks,

* can be tailored to your individual needs, taking into account your lifestyle, medical history and weight loss goals, and

* is designed to help you manage your weight over the long term, not just after delivery




Entry filed under: Self Improvement/Self Help.

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