When It Comes to Losing Weight, Meditation Might be the Key

Power 20 announces the launch of the meditation-based fitness program, the Power 20 Method.

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The average 190-pound male will lose 12 pounds in the first month. Women can drop two dress sizes. But more importantly, they all become meditators.

New York, NY (PRWEB) April 25, 2014

Health and wellness company Power 20 announces the launch of a diet and exercise program based on meditation called the Power 20 Method.

“We’ve tested the program on one hundred people and the results are very exciting,” says Chowdhury. “The average overweight 190-pound male will lose 12 pounds in the first month, and overweight women can drop two dress sizes. But more importantly, they become long-term meditators.”

“And that's good news because meditation’s benefits are well established,” says founder Arshad Chowdhury. “They include improvements in the immune system, lowering of blood pressure, better memory and better concentration.”

The Power 20 Method combines meditation with a "sugar cleanse" diet, workout apps, coaching, and a sleep schedule. With over 150,000 active users of its workout apps, the company sees the method as its first foray into becoming a holistic wellness company.

Early customers see benefits beyond weight loss. "The Power 20 Method is not just about losing weight," says Matthew Amsden, CEO of ProofPilot, a company that conducts online clinical studies and a Power 20 customer. "It's about having more energy at work, for your social life, and for everything you do."