Almonds, Avocados & Garcinia? HealthyNow QuickTip Ep.2

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Do you suffer from obesity or weight gain?

If you have body-mass index higher than 24, you're not alone.

Over 68% of Americans are overweight and over 34% are obese.

Eating an unbalanced or nutrient-deficient diet can make it difficult for your body to process those sweet and fatty foods we all love to enjoy.

When we're not getting enough nutrients, it's just a matter of time until our body starts storing up fat as energy for later.


But Wait...

Don't Worry. SMILE!

Here's your HealthyNow QuickTip!


This quick and simple tip will help you to start eating a diet that's nutrient-rich, and tastes good too!

When we feed our body the nutrients it really needs, we'll finally be able to stop gaining weight—and start losing it!

Here's one of our favorite ways to do just that—We think you'll love it too!

Throw some raw almonds, and some fresh, ripe avocado on top of your favorite salad.

Have it for lunch, and for dinner! The more you eat nutrient-rich foods, the better you'll feel!


Almonds contain a unique combination of essential fatty acids that help boost your metabolism! They're also high in protein, healthy fats, and fiber.

Avocados are full of vitamins, and rich in healthy unsaturated fat—the kind your body loves.

As an excellent source of dietary fiber, Avocados help reduce the stressful impact that sweet and fatty foods have on the body.

The fiber also helps to suppress your appetite!


So, what are you waiting for?

Grab a bag of almonds and some fresh avocados next time you're at the store, start snacking the right way, and start losing weight!


For an even faster kick-start, try HealthyNow's Premium Garcinia Cambogia.

It's an all-natural, easy-to-use weight-loss solution.

Block your fat production simply by taking 2 capsules 30 minutes before meals.

You'll love the way it helps control your cravings and increase your metabolism.


Thanks for watching and here's to your health!

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