How to lose ten pounds

the best kept weight loss secret for eating healthy

One of the most common lines I hear from women who are struggling to lose weight is, “I’m eating healthy and exercising – and I don’t know what’s wrong with me! – I just can’t seem to lose these 10 pounds!”

Then a mental spiral starts with all the possible reasons why she hasn’t lost the weight yet…

“Well…maybe it’s portion control. I probably eat too much,” she says. “Or maybe I need to get my thyroid checked.” “Or [huge sigh] maybe I should start running.”

Let me set the record straight, if this situation feels familiar, the reason you aren’t losing weight has nothing to do with portion control, your thyroid or logging miles.

The truth is, there are 5 major pieces to losing weight AND keeping it off for good.

As much as I’d love to go in-depth about these 5 pieces and why you’ve hit a plateau with Weight Watchers, I’m going to refrain from making this post 10 pages long.

Instead, this is your personal invite to my Virtual Dinner Party & No Bullsh*t training on Wednesday, February 5th,  “How To Lose 10 Pounds & Have A Breathtaking Body You Love”

Reserve your spot at the virtual dinner table NOW and you’ll receive 2 recipes that’ll whittle your waist and tickle your tastebuds.

Since we’ve got a little time before the big event, I’ve put one of my sought-after secrets in this episode of J-ciniTV so you don’t have to wait to start slimming down!

Get started with dropping a pant size now by watching this video:

And don’t forget to head over to for more weight loss secrets without starving yourself!

Can’t wait to party with you!  It’s gonna be a freakin’ blast!

Love, health & laughter,


PS. “Eating healthy” isn’t your ticket to losing weight. Neither is straving yourself. Eating the fat blasting foods that are right for YOU is one piece of the puzzle. Learn how to find those foods for you here.

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