The health investigation site hopes that together with hype surrounding the upcoming vote on soda sizes in NYC and the open support of these leading weight loss companies.
Ft. Worth (PRWEB) October 13, 2012
After many of the largest weight loss groups in the country came forward in support of the NYC ban on super-size sugary drinks this week, Health Research News announced a new promotion aimed at helping people lose weight in a healthy and safe manner. The website is offering their new free newsletter offer, which will feature insight on simple, safe and healthy changes people can make to help them lose weight such as skip super-sized sugary drinks. The announcement came after groups such as Weight Watchers and Jenny Craig stepped forward this week to promote voting for the NYC ban on large sugary soft drinks.
The city of New York is planning on voting on the ban next week, which if passed will force restaurants, sports arenas, food carts, delis and movie theaters to stop serving sugary drinks that are larger than 16 ounces. These healthy diet and weight loss companies stepped forward this week to show their support of the proposed ban and to encourage others to vote for the ban as a way to help keep Americans healthier and away from this potentially harmful beverages.
The health investigation site hopes that together with hype surrounding the upcoming vote on soda sizes in NYC and the open support of these leading weight loss companies, more individuals from around the country will take the time to learn about cutting out sugary drinks and other harmful foods from their diets. Health Research News hopes that with their new reviews and reports being offered in their free weight loss newsletters, dieters around the country can get easy tips they will be able to use to reach their weight loss goals.
The new newsletter offer has now launched on the company website and is available for any individual looking to get safe and healthy tips on lose weight and staying healthy.
To find out more about the company and their product reviews, visit: http://www.healthresearchnews.com/.