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Ft. October 06, 2012
After a new study was released on exercise and weight loss from the University of Copenhagen, showing that diet may be a more important factor in weight loss goals, Health Research News announced a new free weight loss newsletter promotion. The study revealed that many times working out for 30 minutes is just as beneficial if not more beneficial than working out for an hour at a time. After the study was revealed, the health investigation company announced their new weight loss offer aimed at helping people learn about all weight loss myths such as working out longer is always better, so they can reach their weight loss goals in a safe and healthy manner.
The new study revealed the obvious importance that diet has in weight loss goals and showed that although many people may believe they are taking the steps necessary to lose more weight, they may be over-exerting themselves by exercising for a full hour, without receiving any results. The new offer from Health Research News, inspired by this study aims to show people all types of weight loss scams and myths and help them find safe and healthy solutions to reach their weight loss goal.
As part of the new weight loss offer, inspired by the study, Health Research News is offering a free promotional healthy weight loss newsletter filled with safe healthy living suggestions. The new weight loss offer is aimed at helping individuals looking to get healthy and lose weight, find the best way to do so without putting their bodies at risk. The new offer is now available to the public and can be found at the company website.
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