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How To Burn Fat Quickly

Wed, 23 Jul 2008 11:39:00 +0000

"Learn How To Burn Fat Fast"

New free fat burning course is set to teach you how to burn fat quickly and easily, not matter how young or old you are.

The course has just begun with the first part released yesterday. The first part covered the background info on the abdominals and core, to help you understand how your body works, so you can put together training regimes that work for you.

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Powerful Ways To Beat Insomnia

Sun, 14 Oct 2007 19:32:00 +0000

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Powerful Ways To Beat Insomnia – Will it help you? An Honest Review


At first I couldn't believe to find out that 1 in 4 people have suffered from insomnia at some point in their lives. But thinking about it, it wasn't so surprising, as I myself have suffered from it before, and asking my friends a few of them had too.


Insomnia is horrible it robs you of your life. Stealing your energy, ruining your libido, and generally wreaking havoc with your life. And if you need help beating your insomnia, to get back a good nights sleep then this report is for you.


The special report from VIP Health Secrets called, “Powerful Ways To Beat Insomnia”, is an excellent report teaching you how to cure your insomnia problem. It is easy to read and is only 36 pages long. So you can read it, take notes and be ready to cure yourself within only a few hours.


Inside you'll learn how to set the mood for a comfortable sleep atmosphere. How to prepare your body for relaxation. Which colors to use to stimulate calmness and relaxation. How to understand the importance of exercise for healthy sleep. Ways to use music and other relaxation techniques to help you sleep. How to relieve your mind of anxiety and worry so you can easily drift off to sleep. As well as the importance of reducing stimulants, and how to use herbal teas and warm drinks to promote relaxation.


All of the sleep inducing tips and techniques can be applied naturally, quickly and easily. So you can turn your sleepless nights in to energy boosting restful ones. So you can wake up each day full of energy and ready to go with a spring in your step.


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Fri, 12 Oct 2007 09:34:00 +0000

Discover The Natural Drug Cures You Can Use To Improve Your Health – Click Here The Natural Cures The Drug Companies Don't Want You To Use – Will it help you? An Honest Review Are you sick and tired of giving your hard earned money to big drug companies, and had enough of putting their unnatural substances in to your body? If that's you read on... If you are fed up of having to pay all your money over to the big drug companies, I may have an answer. This special report from VIP Health Secrets is a short report that looks at the natural cures and remedies that the big drug companies don't want you to know about. This is a short report, represented by the low price, covers a wide range of natural cures. The report provides 2-4 different natural remedies and cures (and tips on using them) for the following ailments: Natural Acne Remedies Natural Heartburn Remedies Natural Constipation Remedies Natural Asthma Remedies Natural High Blood Pressure Remedies Natural Arthritis Remedies Natural Anxiety Remedies Natural Ulcer Remedies Natural Burn Remedies Natural Flu and Cold Remedies The report is an interesting read and provides you with some genuine alternatives to the rubbish provided by the big drug companies. If you want to save some money, and use all natural products to improve your health, then at only $3.50 this report is a steal. To Read It Now - Click Here[...]



Lower Your Cholesterol in 30 Days

Fri, 12 Oct 2007 09:28:00 +0000

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How To Lower Your Cholesterol In 30 Days – Will it help you? An Honest Review


High cholesterol levels can be dangerous for your health. Your doctor has probably told you already to lower your cholesterol, it makes sense, high cholesterol levels increase your chance of having a heart attack or stroke. And if your family has a history of it, you should be worried.


This special report from VIP Health Secrets, “How To Lower Your Cholesterol In 30 Days”, has been written to help you do just that. The report itself is 54 pages long and address all the major concerns any person suffering from high cholesterol should be worried about.


It covers in a concise, easy to read way, the different types of cholesterol (good and bad), how cholesterol affects your body and arteries, what foods to eat to help lower cholesterol (and the foods to avoid), how cholesterol affects children, how to shop for lower cholesterol foods and understand food labels.


As well as these core ideas to boost your overall understanding of cholesterol. The report also covers other areas which are very important for anyone who suffers from high cholesterol. Such as the cholesterol treatments, drugs and natural remedies that you must know about. And it also looks at how your lifestyle affects your cholesterol levels, as well as providing you with resources to find out more information.

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How To Lose Weight Fast

Fri, 12 Oct 2007 09:25:00 +0000

Learn How To Drop 10 Pounds Fast – Click Here The Fat Loss Hand Book – Will It Help You Lose Weight? An Honest Review Are you sick of feeling tired, overweight and unattractive? If you are like most people you want to lose weight, burn fat and have the type of body your friends will admire. Hey everyone wants to feel more attractive and happier with their bodies, it's only natural. The question is how are you going to do it... The Fat Loss Hand Book, from VIP Health Secrets is a guide designed to help you lose weight, burn fat and live a healthier life, even if you have a hectic schedule. It is made up of 3 separate modules, each of which will help you hit your goals faster. Module 1 aims to help you tone up your abs and lose your lose handles, it consists of 45 easy to follow pages. It not only tells you what to do to get the great mid-section everyone dreams of, but also teaches you about the physical make up of the muscles. You'll learn how to eat properly to ensure your hard work pays off and you'll learn how to manage stress which can often cause people to put on weight. Module 2 is different all together, with the focus being on helping people fit their exercise program into a busy schedule. With the frantic, busy lives that many people lead it can be hard to fit in a training session. But this module will give you ideas and strategies to get you working out, where ever you are, even if you only have 15 minutes to spare. Module 3 again follows a different line, focussing on how your body type affects the way you are, the way you should exercise and the foods you should be eating. The fact is few people really understand how their body type affects their ability to perform in different ways. And this module aims to address this. You'll learn what body type you are, the foods you should be eating, and the type of exercises which are most suited to your body. All of which will enable you to hit your goals faster. Overview: These 3 modules interact perfectly, giving a wealth of actionable information to help you get the most from all you weight loss efforts. They could easily be sold individually for the same price. If you need to lose weight, burn fat and start living a healthier life, this product is a great starting point to help you turn over a new leaf (a find a new lease of life). To Read It Now - Click Here[...]



How To Live Forever

Fri, 12 Oct 2007 09:23:00 +0000

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How To Live Forever (or at least longer than you would have otherwise) – A Honest Review...


So here's the problem, you want to get get fit, lose weight and improve your health. You probably also want to boost your confidence and feel more attractive. It's perfectly natural, most people want the same, except you're probably more determined to achieve these things. The report, “How To Live Forever (or at least longer than you would otherwise), is especially designed to address these problems.


It is a short, fluff-free report that grabs you as soon as you start reading. Sucking you in and compelling you to read more. It's 34 pages of high quality content.


It doesn't try to make huge dramatic changes to your life in one go, but focuses on slow gradual improvements to your diet and lifestyle. The report argues that this strategy works in the long term, giving you long lasting health and lifestyle improvements. Rather than the short-lasting (unhealthy) fad diets and lifestyle changes many people make.


If you don't like wading through +100s of pages to get the best health boosting tips. And are looking for a quick and easy to read report - that you can grab ideas and strategies from, and use immediately to start making positive changes to your life, you'll love this report.


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How To Live A Longer Healthier Life

Fri, 12 Oct 2007 09:17:00 +0000

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Can The VIP Health Secret Manual Actually Help You? An Honest Review...


If you are thinking of buying the VIP Health Secrets Manual or want to find out how you can improve your health, lose weight and boost your energy, this short review will help clear up some things in your mind.


The VIP Health Secrets Manual addresses the biggest disease that's currently affecting the advanced nations of the world – Obesity. In America and the UK almost 66% of people are currently overweight or obese! The problem is that being overweight or obese leads to a whole range of health related problems. These are all explained in detail within the manual itself.


The VIP Health Secrets Manual then gives you an action plan of things to do to help you combat obesity, lose weight and live a healthier life. It gives you sample meal plans to help you burn off fat and boost your energy levels. You get advice on the best nutritional supplements and a whole lot more.


The book itself is 162 pages long, and is a very interesting read - even for people who aren't interested in their health. But if you are like me and care about yourself, your health and wellbeing, this is a book to add to your reading list.


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Stopping the Silent Killer

Thu, 04 Oct 2007 20:04:00 +0000

The silent killer that is sweeping the nation can and must be stopped. It is already responsible for millions of deaths of people who should have lived longer lives. As we’ve discussed in previous articles, it is responsible for the “three most common causes of death and disablement in America: heart attack, heart failure, and stroke.” (NB, if you missed the last article you can read it here, http://viphealthsecrets.com). It is now believed that the silent killer, arteriosclerosis, can be forestalled and eliminated, even if it has already become established. There’s A Simple Solution… The many studies that have been made do not prove conclusively that heart disease is caused solely by diet. But they do heavily underscore much of the information that I have gathered. Taken together, the evidence points strongly to this fact: “If everyone in the United States would reduce his fat intake by 25 per cent, we would cut the number of heart deaths in half within another 20 years.” Moreover, a low-fat diet and a healthy lifestyle will add im­measurably to your general health and well-being. “But,” you ask, “How can I go about reducing the fat in my diet? Where do I begin?” “What can I do today to reduce my risk of heart attack or stroke?” It’s Quite Straight Forward… If you follow can follow simple directions carefully, you will not only add years to your life, but life to your years. Here are some basic pointers to get you on the right path: You need to compose low-fat menus to follow on a daily basis, you should utilise simple and inexpensive nutritional supplements. You should make simple changes to your lifestyle, to lead a healthier, longer life and thus reduce the chances that you too, will become a victim of arteriosclerosis. These are just some of the techniques that many people already use to forestall heart attacks and the other problems associated with arteriosclerosis. Resource Box: This is an excerpt from the hit new manual that everybody in the health and wellness industry is raving about. To learn more on how to stop this silent killer in its tracks and to get a free sample chapter visit: http://viphealthsecrets.com[...]



Can you reverse damage done to your arteries by exces­sive fat?

Thu, 04 Oct 2007 20:01:00 +0000

In the last few articles, we have discussed what the silent killer is, the causes (and the theories) and the demographics that it affects. (NB, if you missed the last article you can read it here, http://viphealthsecrets.com) Only within the last few years have medical research teams produced reliable evidence showing that excessive fat in our diets may lay the groundwork for heart disease. If you are already past 30, it naturally occurs to you to wonder whether the damage done to your arteries is permanent, or whether it is reversible. Reversing The Damage Done? At the present stage of our research, doctors cannot answer the question with certainty. We can cite the hopeful fact that experiments with animals have shown that the condition is reversible in animals. We have evidence that the cholesterol in the arteries is absorbed in children, as shown by Dr. Russell Holman and others. However, this metabolic gift seems to be lost as we grow up. There are many authorities in the field who do believe that since atherosclerosis is reversible in animals, it can also be eliminated even after it is established in humans as well. However, we must proceed cautiously in basing our con­clusions solely upon studies of laboratory animals, because their metabolism is different from that of humans. Are You Already A Victim? Another question that patients often ask me is: “Can you tell me whether I am already a victim of degenerative artery disease?” Unfortunately, we do not as yet have a test that can predict with certainty whether you are susceptible to coronary disease, or are likely to have a heart attack. One fact, however, is certain: if laboratory tests show that you have an excessive amount of cholesterol in your blood, your chances of avoiding heart and blood vessel disease, which can lead to heart attack or stroke, are much smaller. You are then much more susceptible. If you are over 30 years of age, you ought to have your physician include such a measurement of cholesterol level in your routine check-up. Too many men in the dangerous middle years are so busy playing for high stakes in the fast-moving game of life, that they forget that “hearts are trumps.” My advice: get a check up as soon as possible and follow the simple methods to reduce your chances of becoming a victim. Resource Box: This is an excerpt from the hit new manual that everybody in the health and wellness industry is raving about. To learn more on how to stop this silent killer in its tracks and to get a free sample chapter visit: http://viphealthsecrets.com[...]



The Silent Killer Will It Affect You?

Thu, 04 Oct 2007 20:00:00 +0000

The silent killer, which we have become to acknowledge as arteriosclerosis, is causing incredible problems for millions of people around the world. It has become a modern epidemic of mammoth proportions and is believed to be the cause of half of deaths in the US last year. In the previous article we discussed the different theories regarding arteriosclerosis and the number one causal factor (NB, if you missed the last article you can read it here, http://viphealthsecrets.com). This article will discuss who is at risk. Is Everybody At Risk? What has happened to our way of life to make men between 30 and 45 the preferred victims of the “silent killer” that strikes without warning? And why are more and more young women, long believed to be virtually immune to this disease until after meno­pause, now falling prey to it? We do not know the entire answer to this enigma, or even whether there is a single answer. But research that has been carried out throughout the world, has provided some valuable clues. 90% of Adults Are At Risk! Only recently, we discovered to our amazement that over 90 per cent of our adult population has, to a greater or less degree, a degenerative disease of the arteries that doctors call athero­sclerosis. That, as you know, is the term meaning the thicken­ing and narrowing of certain vital blood vessels. It is the way in which the stage is set for heart attacks and strokes. Medical people once thought that it was a result of aging, but the disease is now being found in infants and children. As children, however, we have the power of absorbing the fatty deposits that attach themselves to the artery walls. As we grow older, we seem to lose this power of absorption. That is when the real trouble begins. At what age does this happen? Much earlier than we might expect… Young and Old Are Both At Risk… For example, my associates made a study of the arteries of 600 patients who had died of various diseases. About 100 of them had met sudden death from accidents or acute illness. To our amazement we found that atherosclerosis, a disease of the arteries, was present in many of the young people before they had reached their thirtieth year. By the time they were 40 to 50 years of age, the fatty deposits and embedded crystals of cholesterol were inside the artery walls. Such thickening and narrowing of the blood vessels inter­fered with the nourishment and vitality of the tissues in the heart, brain, or kidney. Scary Evidence From Korea… Striking evidence of how widespread the disease is among our younger people today came also from Korea. There Army doctors autopsied 300 American soldiers who had died while serving in Korea. It was the first time such a study had been made of a cross section of the country’s youth; their average age was only 22. A report of the mass autopsies contained star­tling information that 77 per cent of the young U.S. servicemen already had atherosclerosis! Balanced against this shocking total was a mere 11 per cent incidence of the same disease among Koreans and Orientals who had died on the same battlefield under the same conditions. So the question is, “Why is this so?” Resource Box: This is an excerpt from the hit new manual that everybody in the health and wellness industry is raving about. To learn more on how to stop this silent killer in its tracks and to get a free sample chapter visit: http://viphealthsecrets.com[...]



The Silent Killer – The Theories (Part 2)

Thu, 04 Oct 2007 19:58:00 +0000

The Silent Killer – The Theories (Part 2) Arteriosclerosis, the silent killer is reaping havoc and putting incredible strain on health services around the world, a modern epidemic so potent that it is believed to be responsible for almost half of deaths occurring each year in the USA. In the last article we discussed what causes arteriosclerosis and the terrible consequences it can have on your life. (NB, if you missed the last article you can read it here, http://viphealthsecrets.com). This article will discuss the different theories surrounding arteriosclerosis. Puzzled Scientists… About a century ago, during an autopsy, a German pathologist named Rudolph Virchow laid open an artery to examine its interior wall. Along the lining he observed deposits of mushy fat that he called atheromata, a Greek work meaning “porridge.” It was from this word that we derived our term, atherosclerosis. Embedded among the cells of the artery wall along with the fat, Virchow observed some glistening crystals. These turned out to be cholesterol. But how did these fats get into the artery walls? This question has puzzled scientists for the past 100 years, and it is still being pursued in various fields of research. The first theory advanced by researchers was that of “imbibi­tion,” which held that fat droplets were absorbed directly from the blood stream through the lining of the artery walls. When a weakening of the “ground” substance or actual structure of the artery wall occurred, cholesterol - the main offender - and its related fats were deposited in the artery wall. This theory has been supported by the recent discovery that these fatty deposits, especially cholesterol, exist in the same proportion in the artery wall as in the bloodstream itself. Another theory that seeks to explain the way in which the fatty deposits get into the artery walls held that they did not come from the blood stream primarily, but were manufactured within the cells of the vessel wall. It has also been claimed that fat molecules are normally absorbed by the artery wall without leaving a harmful residue of acid crystals. But some abnormal condition, such as high blood pressure, may force an excessive amount of the fat mole­cules into the wall. Then the artery cannot absorb the full amount, and deposits gradually build up. Other researchers have believed that the fat droplets find their way into the artery wall through the tiny vessels that supply blood to the artery itself. According to this theory, a haemorrhage or series of small haemorrhages may occur in these tiny vessels. A clot is formed, which deposits fat particles in the artery wall when the small vessels break down. The Most Viable Theory… The best possible conclusion, based upon years of animal, laboratory, and human research, plus experience with innumerable patients, is this: Atherosclerosis results from an impairment of the body’s ability to utilize (or metabolize) normally not only the fats eaten in the diet, but also those that are in the body itself. This im­pairment is further aggravated by the body’s inability to with­stand stress or tension; and by deficiencies in the supply of hormones from vital glands such as the thyroid, the adrenals, and the sex glands. In addition, there are other factors that influence the in­dividual’s susceptibility to atherosclerosis, or death from a heart attack or stroke. These include such things as inherited or con­stitutional factors, and the ability of the blood to coagulate. This is The Killer… It is easy to see how complex the problem really is. The danger of oversimplification is great. However, one causative factor that stands out continuously above and beyond all others, important as they are, is fat in the diet. And it is this factor that we can contro[...]



The Silent Killer – The Causes (Part 1)

Thu, 04 Oct 2007 19:57:00 +0000

The Silent Killer – The Causes (Part 1) The silent killer is upon us, a modern epidemic so potent that it is believed to be responsible for almost half of deaths occurring each year in the USA. In the last article we discussed what the silent killer is, the misconceptions surrounding it and posed some ideas as to possible solutions to stop it. (NB, if you missed the last article you can read it here, http://viphealthsecrets.com) In this article we will discuss the possible causes of arteriosclerosis, the silent killer, and the reasons why it is imperative you thoroughly understand them.But before taking up our discussion of ways to forestall the consequences of arteriosclerosis such as a heart attack, it might therefore be well to understand more clearly the basic physi­ology involved. The Physiology Behind The Silent Killer Let us start with a closer look at the arteries, the vessels that carry fresh blood from the heart to the billions of cells in our bodies that are in constant need of nourishment. Upon careful examination, we find that the arteries are not the simple tubes we have pictured them to be. Viewing them in cross section, we see that their structure is more like that of a garden hose, con­taining three layers of tissue in the walls. In both the outer and the intermediate layers, there are tiny intrinsic blood vessels which nourish the artery itself. The thickness and exact composition of the three layers vary, depend­ing upon an artery’s size and location. The Two Types of Arteriosclerosis Of the changes that may occur in the arteries as a result of disease, there are two types which concern us here. Both kinds have traditionally been known by the general term, “arterio­sclerosis,” which means hardening or thickening of the arteries. Actually, however, there are two kinds of hardening of the arteries. One occurs when calcium deposits in the middle layer of the artery cause it to become brittle and hard. For this rea­son, it is sometimes called a “pipe-stem” artery. Such calcifica­tion does not necessarily obstruct the blood flow, and is usually harmless from a clinical point of view. The other type of change, on the other hand—and it is the more frequent one—has serious consequences. It consists of a thickening of the inner wall of the artery by deposits of fats: cholesterol (a fatty alcohol), fatty acids, and the like, together with calcium. As these deposits grow, the passageways or canals of the arteries become narrower, much in the same way as the drain from your kitchen sink becomes clogged with grease deposits. The result is that less and less blood can flow through the nar­rowed opening to the tissues or organs that depend on it for life. Your “pipes” have become clogged. The Consequences of Arteriosclerosis… At the same time, the swelling of the lining cells and rough­ening of the inner surface provide sites for formation of blood clots inside the narrowed artery. If the blockage is complete in vital arteries that feed the heart muscle, a heart attack - or as physicians call it, a coronary thrombosis - occurs. If this dis­aster occurs in the cerebral arteries of the brain, a “stroke,” sometimes called a heart attack in the head, results. When the small arteries of the kidneys are affected, Bright’s disease, formerly called “dropsy,” and other diseases ensue. But whether the thickening and blocking process takes place in the heart, head, or kidneys, it is essentially the same disease. Doctors refer to it as atherosclerosis. Resource Box: This is an excerpt from the hit new manual that everybody in the health and wellness industry is raving about. To learn more on how to stop this silent killer in its tracks and to get a free sample chapter visit: http://viphealthse[...]



A 20th Century Epidemic

Thu, 04 Oct 2007 19:56:00 +0000

The Silent Killer – A 20th Century Epidemic

A modern epidemic is upon us, a disease so potent that it can now be held responsible for most of the illness and more that 50% of the deaths occurring each year in the United States. This disease is infiltrating other developed countries, with the United Kingdom the next victim on the list.

So What Is This Disorder?

This disorder or disease is often referred to by the term arteriosclerosis, which in laymen’s terms, is the thickening and hardening of the arteries. This problem is now so widespread and common that a world re-renowned heart specialist described it as a modern epidemic.

“So What?”, You Say…

Well, as the disease progresses and develops, often over long time periods, the blood vessels that carry the blood from the heart to the body’s tissues become stiff and their inner surfaces roughened and thickened. These conditions lay the groundwork for the three most common causes of death and disablement in America: heart attack, heart failure, and stroke.

Causes and Common Misconceptions

Much of the exact nature of arteriosclerosis is still unknown. But during the past 10 years we have learned a great deal in the fields of pathology, chemistry, biology, and nutrition that have provided us with clues to the mystery, and a practical approach to treatment for the first time.

Widespread popular interest in the heart and in the aging process has helped immeasurably in the conquest of disease. But at the same time, it has been responsible for a good deal of fear and confusion among lay people. Some of these miscon­ceptions are reflected in the questions patients ask after reading articles of the kind that now appear in many newspapers and magazines.

Take diseases of the heart and blood vessels, for example. Terms such as atherosclerosis, coronary thrombosis, and chole­sterol are today fairly commonplace, even in publications for the general reader. But few non-medical people know exactly what these words mean.

Here’s What You Can Do About It…

So the big question is whether anything can be done to destroy this number one killer before it takes you. The simple answer is “yes”, but you must be prepared to take the time and effort, right now, to learn a few simple ‘rules’ and follow some easy directions, which we shall discuss in the next article.

Resource Box:

This is an excerpt from the hit new manual that everybody in the health and wellness industry is raving about. To learn more on how to stop this silent killer in its tracks and to get a free sample chapter visit: http://viphealthsecrets.com



Fast Fat Loss - BMI Checker

Sat, 25 Aug 2007 15:57:00 +0000

Determine Whether You Need To Lose Weight Fast

Use the fast fat loss, body mass index (BMI) checker to determine if you need to lose weight fast (or put on weight).

This tool will calculate your BMI using your height and weight to tell you whether you are underweight over dangerously obese (and everything in-between).

Here's a screen shot:

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You can download the checker using the link below: