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HCG Diet Direct Urges Consumers to Be Aware of the Effects of the Economy on Their Weight


HCG Diet Direct


Phoenix, AZ (Vocus) February 3, 2010

HCG Diet Direct urges consumers to be aware of the effects of the struggling economy on their weight and therefore their health. According to information published in the BMC Public Health journal indebtedness doubles the risk for obesity or overweight issues. The relationship indicates that lack of available money prohibits the individual’s ability to purchase healthy foods.

Jenny Boynton of HCG Diet Direct responds, “Eating healthy can definitely be more expensive. But it doesn’t have to be. We’ve got dieters on the HCG weight loss plan who say they’re saving drastic amounts of money each month after they learn to prepare their own foods. They create positive shopping and eating habits that enable them to not only better their health, but lower their grocery bill.”

HCG Diet Direct urges dieters looking to purchase healthy foods “on the cheap” to

1.    Check weekly grocery store ads. If time is of the essence choose the grocery store that has the most fresh produce on sale each week.

2.    Ask the local deli which day price reductions are taken on meat and stock up on reduced price proteins to keep frozen.

3.    Don’t be afraid to freeze foods for use later. Frozen, fresh fruit is perfect for smoothie recipes. Frozen meat can be defrosted when convenient.

4.    Check the surrounding area for farmer’s markets that offer fresh, local produce at drastically reduced prices. The produce typically doesn’t last as long, but it also has the benefit of carrying few chemicals used to prolong shelf life.

Eating healthy and losing weight is worth the cost; even in a tough economy. Obesity is estimated to decrease life expectancy by approximately 12 years. When thought of in these terms most individuals see the worth of healthy foods regardless of the price tag.

To get further information on HCG Diet Direct, oral HCG or other HCG diet topics, get in touch with Jenny Boynton at info(at)HcgDietDirect(dot)com or by phone at: 1-602-916-0002. Or you can visit HCG Diet Direct at their website at www.hcgdietdirect.com.

Contact: Jenny Boynton

Company: HCG Diet Direct

www.hcgdietdirect.com

Phone: 602-916-0002

Email: info(at)HcgDietDirect(dot)com

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Good health when you need it the most                    

This is a very draining and anxious time for many people.  But we can still do things to protect our health that isn’t a major investment.

Skin cancer doesn’t care whether the economy is good or bad, or about your skin color or whether it’s spring, fall, winter, summer.  It just does what it does without any concern about these things.

During difficult times, there are certain things we still need to do … walk the dog, get in the car and do food shopping, taking the kids to school.  And even though these can seem like such short periods of time, time outdoors accumulates.

The FDA recently passed a ruling changing the way sun protection is measured on sunscreen.  They also alerted consumers that sunscreen alone will not protect you.

So what can we do that’s simple, cost-effective, and will give us the protection we need?


Use sunscreen – and apply it often.  It wears off, and there goes the protection.
Wear a wide brimmed hat – even better if it’s a UV hat which covers your head, face and neck.
Seek shade during hours 10-4.  But what if there is no shade?

UV umbrellas will give you UV protection, and will cut some intensity of the sun.


Use these avenues of protection every day, not just when the sun is shining.  Clouds are no protection from skin cancer.
When you do something you know is good for you, you will feel better … even if other areas of life are not so good.

Contact:  Lynn Rose lost her husband to skin cancer and now makes UV accessories.

Toll-Free: 1-888-296-7673 and www.soleilchic.com.

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Lynn Rose lost her husband to skin cancer.Afterwards she wanted to help other so she came across this beautifull UV fabric she started making beautifull UV umbrellas and UV hats

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