Consumer Reporter releases a new video report about a natural way to lose weight while boosting energy and burning fat to help people avoid the faith of Derek Jeter.
(PRWEB) December 01, 2012
Derek Jeter weight gaining photo has now gone viral. Jeter is on rest from baseball due to the ankle injury he suffered in early October during Game 1 of the 2012 ALCS, while the New York Yankees was playing against the Detroit Tigers, as he attempts to reach for a ground ball.
The New York Post featured Derek Jeter on its back cover Friday with the headline "DEREK EATER," a reference to the slightly-paunchy offseason frame of the injured Yankees shortstop.
Nobody likes to be fat and even less an object of fun making. Fortunately, there are safe and natural ways of losing extra pounds before 2012 ends. Consumer Reporter investigated all the latest fat loss methods and created an insightful report out of this.
The reason why most diets and supplements don’t work right away is because people don’t become overweight in a matter of weeks or months. Most likely it has been consistent weight gain for years before realizing what has been occurring inside ones body.
Excessive fat build up will start causing major health implications if not dealt with properly. The liver can become enlarged, causing gallstones.
Fatty deposits can block the arteries and cause stroke. Increased fat around the neck can cause sleep apnea. Lungs will have less room to move, causing breathing problems and testosterone levels can also decline.
Consumer Reporter put together a new video series report for those not interested in sharing the faith of Derek Jeter. This video report features a new, natural way to lose weight while boosting energy and burning fat.
The report is titled "How to regain control of ones weight, quickly and naturally without harsh drugs or surgery and improve health" and besides weight loss information also covers the following topics:
- Lowering high blood pressure
- Regulating blood sugar levels
- Preventing type 2 diabetes
- Lowering the risk for heart related problems
- Helping minimize the risk of other serious health problems
The full report can be downloaded from http://ConsumerReporter.org/NaturalWeightLoss