My Weight Loss Story: Beating Addiction To Flour And Sugar

I didn’t realize I was addicted to the things I kept eating. When I took those things out of my diet, I had complete control over what and how much I put into my mouth. For me it was an absolute revelation! It took eight months for the weight to come off. After that, I was able to increase the volume of food I ate until I stopped losing weight.
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Should Your Employer Recommend Weight-Loss Drugs?

Al Lewis, a consultant to employers on wellness programs and http://finance.yahoo.com/news/garcinia-cambogia-extract-investigation-now-190000760.html a co-author of Cracking Health Costs , says employers have no business playing doctor, and the idea of suggesting drug treatments crosses a line: Its one thing for them to cover it, but its another thing for them to advocate it. A vocal critic of wellness programs, Lewis says Aetna offering the program only to self-insured clients should be a warning. If Im an employer, and my insurer that has millions of covered lives doesnt find this program to have enough merit to offer when its paying the tab, why dr oz garcinia cambogia should I pay the tab? he says. Aetna hasnt ruled out offering the same program to its fully insured health plans, in which Aetna would be paying the cost of the drugs and reaping any savings from lower obesity-related costs, Pezalla says. The company is currently talking to employers interested in the program, though none has signed on yet.
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