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    Natural Weight Loss

    Following a natural weight loss diet without the use of pills, drugs or surgery is the smartest and safest way to lose weight.

    The term natural weight loss implies that the body is losing weight through a natural process of balancing wholesome foods with a well designed workout program.

    Natural weight loss diets involve a clean, nutritious meal plan with little or no processed foods or chemicals that can hinder fat loss and play games with weight controlling hormones such as insulin.

    The term natural weight loss pills should be considered an oxymoron of sorts. Nutritional supplements like vitamins and minerals can be beneficial to our health, but generally anything sold as a weight loss pill is not entirely natural.

    Get back to basics. Let WorkoutBOX provide you with a quick, natural weight loss diet and improve your health and well being!

  • How Fast Can You Expect Results?


    By Travis Steffen on Tuesday, April 12, 2011 1 comment

    Want to know how quickly you can/should lose weight? How about how fast you can build lean muscle?

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  • Healthy hormones for a healthy weight


    By Travis Steffen on Sunday, April 4, 2010 No comments

    hormonesHormones. Though misunderstood and somewhat mysterious, they are responsible for nearly every human biological function you can think of…far more than just making teenagers randy and inducing 5 days of ‘the crazies’ on us ladies every month. Our hormones control our growth, sexual development, sleep patterns, appetites, reproductive cycles, the health of hair, skin and nails, our digestive system and production of red blood cells, to

  • Ephedra is not part of Natural Weight Loss


    By Travis Steffen on Tuesday, June 16, 2009 No comments

    j0402519Ephedrine. Although it may be a naturally occurring substance, it really has no place as part of a natural weight loss program.

    Ephedra is usually thought of as a weight loss or diet pill but for more than 5,000 years it has been used in Chinese medicine as a treatment for a plethora of conditions including asthma, headaches, edema and nasal congestion.

    In recent years, since the early 1980s, ephedra (aka ephedrine or Ma Huang) has been commonly used for increased weight loss, athletic performance and as an appetite suppressant.