On Valentine’s Day, Give the Gift that Counts: A Healthy Heart from WeightLossBuddy.com

Share Article

What could be more romantic than giving the gift of health and long life on Valentine's Day?

This Valentine’s Day, show your significant other how much you really care by giving the gifts that really count: A healthy heart and a longer life.

Joey Dweck, the founder of http://www.WeightLossBuddy.com, the free site that gets you to buddy-up to lose weight and change to a healthier lifestyle by offering support 24/7, says that the most significant romantic gifts are the ones that have the biggest heartstrings attached.

“What could be more romantic than starting an exercise program together or changing to a healthy diet and lifestyle? These are the gifts that last a lifetime,” Dweck says. “Studies have shown that people who exercise and diet together get lasting results. All you have to do is commit the time and energy, and doing so on Valentine’s Day is the perfect way to say, ‘I love you.’ And it’s a great way to spend quality time together all year long.”

To celebrate the holiday, http://www.WeightLossBuddy.com is offering a special premium membership that includes an advanced version of the site’s free Diet-Tracking feature. Premium members will have access to a database of 10,000 foods and a fast-food lookup feature. Other new features include Diet-Planning information, Charts and Graphs and a Diet Dashboard.

Each Premium Member will have a personal Diet Blog, Health Screenings for six ailments, including heart disease, diabetes and mental health, a weekly Portable Food Diary and access to WeightLossBuddy.com’s extensive Audio Library and E-Book Library.

And it’s only $39.95 for an annual membership.

WeightLossBuddy.com’s premium membership is only one of the healthy gifts Dweck recommends to make a big impression on Valentine’s Day.

Here are some other suggestions from WeightLossBuddy.com:

-- Give Carrots Not Carats. If diamonds are forever, so are personal trainers and gym memberships. WeightLossBuddy.com members know that the secret to making lifestyle changes is in getting someone to make the changes with you, so buy two memberships – one for you and one for your significant other – and sign up for joint sessions with a personal trainer.

-- Eat Dinner In. Picture a romantic dinner for two – cooked by the two of you with the healthy cookbooks you give each other on Valentine’s Day. (For more recipes, go to WeightLossBuddy.com.)

-- Massaging the Spa Feeling. To facials, massages and wraps, add a consultation with a nutritionist who can get you on the right track so your body feels good even after you leave the spa.


Joey Dweck                    

(877) BUDDYUP (877-283-3987)



Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Joey Dweck