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HealthyNewAge.com interview with Dr. Mark Mitchelson on Weight Loss
Date:2/9/2013

Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) February 09, 2013

HealthyNewAge.com, the top weight loss site had a follow up interview with Dr. Mark Mitchelson from Australia about seven ways to opt for a rapid weight loss routine that can seriously do wonders for an individual’s health. Its recent tips suggest that weight loss enthusiasts avoid taking refined sugar & processed starches, to eat raw organic food more regularly, exercise on a regular basis, drink green drinks regularly and cleanse the colon.

In addition to the metods described, Dr. Mark also noted that each person has different needs and objectives, hence it is useful to also consider using portal of HealthyNewAge.com which hosts related categories like healthy diet recipes, energy medicine and healing, organic gardening, natural pet care, holistic nutrition, Ayurvedic medicine, gym & fitness directory, green super foods and many more.

"Weight loss is very much a personal matter. In our latest review we only released another approach which is useful to many readers, however finding the program that works best for indivuduals is recommended" said the Editor at Healthynewage.

As a leading weight loss site it also offers reviews on best weight loss supplements for promoting natural and balanced weight loss. By improving the body’s ability to digest food, burn calories, build muscle and create healthy organs, people can control their weight and improve their health. Readers can also look forward to more updates by subscribing to our news feed.The advise shared by the website are verified by nutritionists and as a result are free from side-effects

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