I went to a course with a nutritionist who helped me lose about 30 pounds. I changed some of my eating habits and it was the best that I had felt in a long time.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) February 14, 2009
According to a 2004 report by the American Sports Data, Inc, a consumer survey research group, 31 percent of Americans are obese with a body mass index (BMI) in excess of 30.0. This finding correlates with a report by the U.S. Surgeon General that claims that obesity is responsible for 300,000 deaths every year.
Entrepreneur Garry Smith went through his own health scare, so when it came time to start his own business, he went with something that would help people.
"About three years ago, I was misdiagnosed with diabetes," explained Smith. "I went to a course with a nutritionist who helped me lose about 30 pounds. I changed some of my eating habits and it was the best that I had felt in a long time."
Soon after, Smith became aware of the incorrect diagnosis, but continued on the path of eating well and making smart lifestyle choices. He wanted to share what he had learned with others, so he launched http://www.GRSForHealth.com in November 2008.
"This is a way to share experiences and help people live a long healthy life," he said.
Smith's website features health news from the American Medical Association and additional resources for diets and exercise programs.
Smith's newest endeavor is an extension of his website - a recently launched health blog.
"We have tips on how to burn body fat and how to come up with a good fitness routine," Smith said of http://www.GRSForHealthInfo.com. "I'm also sharing my stories about what I went through during my diabetic health scare. Eating right is imperative and it can really make a difference between feeling great and feeling drab."
While many sites promote one method of losing weight and feeling well, GRSForHealth.com takes the best of everything and makes it readable for people, whether it's fitness or eating well, Smith's project is one of the most important sites on the internet.
"I'm going to keep fresh information on it and I will continue to add news and other resources that will help people in bettering their health," said Smith. "I'm proof that if you eat right, it can make a big difference."
About the Company:
GRS For Health is owned and operated by Garry Smith.