Houston, TX. (PRWEB) September 04, 2012
After a new study from the University of Pittsburgh’s Department of Health was released, showing that the key to post-menopausal long-term weight loss may be an increase in fruits and vegetables, health investigation company Henry the Health Hound announced a new free weight loss offer aimed at adult women. The new reports show that although post-menopausal women traditionally have the toughest time losing weight, healthy weight loss changes such as eating more fruits and vegetables and basic level exercise can be the simple key to achieving long term weigh loss,, which is why http://www.healthhound.org/ has launched their new effort.
The company hopes that by providing adult women with more information on the ways to add these easy healthy lifestyle changes seen in the new study, they can get the help they need to easily reach their weight loss goals and find long term results.The company announced the new free informational newsletter offer aimed specifically at adult women so they can learn easy ways to make these necessary healthy lifestyle changes and learn about avoiding potentially dangerous weight loss supplements. Since many post-menopausal women struggle with weight loss the company is providing insight on these scam weight loss supplements that may tempt women struggling to lose weight with their ‘quick-fix’ solutions.
The new weight loss promotion, which will provide subscribers with real, proven information on effective weight loss solutions used in the new study on post-menopausal women is being offered through the company website for free. The health investigation site, which focuses oh helping consumers recognize weight loss scams, has launched the current newsletter promotion and free offer for post menopausal women or any person struggling to meet their diet and weight loss goals. The new http://www.healthhound.org/ offer is available to any individual looking for proven facts on ways to lose weight and get healthy in a safe and natural manner.
To find out more about the company and their new weight loss newsletter offers, visit: http://www.healthhound.org/.