About The Author – George A. Diamond


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Hello,
I want to introduce myself. I am George A. Diamond. Years ago I lost 50 pounds in 4 months and have kept it off for years. For years I have helped countless people do what I did. I have assembled this knowledge into a proven system that has helped me, helped others, and can help you.

7 Responses to “About The Author – George A. Diamond”

  1. Joe Jaglois
    says:

    Hi George happy new year

  2. My name is Melford Bibens and I publish http://www.totalbodyhealthelite.com, an inbox magazine targeted at educating the public about weight loss.

    Every now and then I like to profile a new industry expert for my subscribers, after reading your blog, it’s clear you’d be ideal fit for my readers. (I very much enjoyed reading your ideas on the proper mindset coupled with proper nutrition!)

    If you could, I’d like to interview you and make an MP3 available. Clearly you would have any/all questions in advance, be able to promote your blog and also receive a copy of the recording to do with as you please.

    Please let me know if this is something that would interest you and I’ll get everything set up!

    Thanks, and I look forward to your reply,

    Melford Bibens
    http://www.totalbodyhealthelite.com/about-mel/

  3. george
    says:

    I like the idea and look forward to working together for a common goal.

    George

  4. Jag
    says:

    I like to loss weight, i lost 10 pounds but it goes slowly.

  5. george
    says:

    Slow is good as long as you are losing and not gaining weight. People lose weight at different speeds. Just keep at it and you will succeed. Use my weight loss blog and inspirations to help guide you throught the process. If you need help, visit my other website at http://www.DontDietJustThink.com.

  6. Cara
    says:

    These are good tips I’ve learned that works. I’ve lost 28lbs since October with workouts and walking. I started weight watchers November 5 to help wit eating habits and tracking helps a lot keep me accountable. But I’m a midnight person my day doesn’t start til 2p til sometimes 5-6a that’s my issue. When should I have a cut off point if on at all.

  7. Your schedule is just a small obstacle on your way to losing the weight you desire. Continue to be midful of what you eat, get more exercse and you will win. However, there is really never a cut off point. When you lose the weight you desire, you still need to remain in the game, if you want to keep the weight off. You can ease off a bit but never change what you did to get thinner.

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