It may be Time to RESET!

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Here is an amazing weight loss story with USANA’a RESET Program by Danielle Reedy Raine.
The USANA RESET Program honestly changed my life. I’ve lost 81lbs. total, and with the help of this program, have finally been able to take my life back! It’s not only helped me lose weight, but more importantly, it’s helped me learn to change my habits and become HEALTHY! This program teaches you how to change your habits and create new, healthy habits, as well as embracing a healthier lifestyle. I’ve tried almost every diet on the market, but was never successful in losing the weight and KEEPING it off. I’d never really learned how to change my lifestyle to help maintain the weight I’d lost. I’d always lose the weight, then put it right back on, plus extra. And I was stuck in this vicious cycle for nearly a decade. Losing weight and getting healthy can be hard, but this program makes is as easy as can be! And you’re set up for success from Day 1, because you NEVER have to count calories. I wanted this time around to be different, so I knew I had to try something different! I now embrace a clean, healthy way of living, and I couldn’t have gotten here without the RESET Program!Danielle’s story is backed up with the latest research, that came out last week.A study in the New England Journal of Medicine reports that a diet relatively high in protein and low in refined carbohydrates is more successful than other diets at maintaining weight loss.

Researchers enrolled overweight adults from eight European countries who had lost at least 8% of their initial body weight with a low-calorie diet. Participants were randomly assigned to one of five diets to prevent weight regain over a 26-week period: a low-protein and low-GI (glycemic index) diet, a low-protein and high-GI diet, a high-protein and low-GI diet, a high-protein and high-GI diet, or a control diet based on the current European dietary recommendations. The high protein diet provided 25 percent of calories in the form of protein, while the low protein diet consisted of 13 percent protein.
Five hundred forty-eight subjects completed six months on the assigned diets. In the analysis of participants who completed the study, only the low-protein/high-GI diet was associated with subsequent significant weight regain (1.67 kg, or 3.6 lbs) by the end of the dietary intervention. Weight regain was less in those who consumed high protein compared to low protein and in low-GI diets compared to high-GI diets. A reduction in the glycemic index of 4.7 units resulted in a 0.95-kg difference in body weight between the high-glycemic-index groups and the low-glycemic-index groups. High-GI foods include white flour, white rice, and other refined carbohydrates.This study shows that a modest increase in protein content and a modest reduction in glycemic index can lead to an improvement in compliance and maintenance of weight loss.Here is a short video on how RESET works:

Be Well

Ken Waite
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