Free Cutting-Edge Program Combats Weight Loss, Heart Disease

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In a bid to reduce obesity and heart disease, a new cutting-edge web site is offering free personlized exercise programs and meal plans. Ray Kelly, an Exercise Scientist, has spent the past 2 years building this revolutionary new program.

Success with weight loss is just like success with anything else, you need a plan. Free Online Health now gives you that plan and it doesn’t cost a cent.

Heart disease remains a number-one killer, cutting short the lives of people around the globe. Therefore, anything that can successfully combat this devastating disease can be considered a major breakthrough.

Free Online Health offers a fascinating, cutting-edge program which can help people to lessen their risk for heart disease. The web-based program involves free customized meal plan and exercise programs which are entirely in keeping with a heart-healthy way of life.

Ray Kelly, founder of Free Online Health, states, “Success with weight loss is just like success with anything else, you need a plan. Free Online Health now gives you that plan and it doesn’t cost a cent.”

The training program itself is 12 to 16 weeks long, but the exercise routines change every two to three weeks, in order to keep the program fresh and to promote maximum results.

The exercise program can also be tailored based upon the type of exercise equipment an individual has available. For instance, if a person has no equipment, he or she can easily follow the exercise program at home or even in the office. If an individual has access to multi-station equipment, he or she can use the program at a home or hotel gym. The program can also be adapted for those who have a full commercial gym at their disposal.

The site can provide an exercise program even for those who suffer from physical limitations. For instance, if an individual has high blood pressure or high cholesterol, he or she will not be given exercises that could cause complications. A pregnant user will not have to engage in exercises that increases blood pressure or requires a great deal of balance or strength, while those who have back, shoulder, knee, or ankle injuries will not have to do exercises that could aggravate their injuries.

The meal planner offers users a weekly diet, based upon the personal profile they provide. It takes into account current weight, basal metabolic rate, body mass index, personal likes and dislikes, and any food allergies.

Each weekly meal plan comes complete with a list of ingredients, step-by-step cooking instructions, and a nutritional analysis for each meal. The nutritional analysis includes the calorie total, fat content, saturated fat content, cholesterol count, salt content, carbohydrate count, sugar content, and protein content.    

To register for your free exercise program and meal plan, go to


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