Four Stages to Making Health Changes
There are 4 basic stages that people go through when it comes to making health changes:
 The denial stage. "I am OK. I can continue to do the things I do (or don't do) and I will be fine." Wrong. You only have so long before time catches up with you.
 The contemplation stage. "Hey, I am not looking as good as I used to. Maybe I need to do something to fix this. A diet maybe?" Now the problems are too evident to dismiss outright and you are spending time thinking about the "right approach". This is GOOD, but don't allow this stage to drag on forever.
 The action stage. You've taken your firststeps to make a change to your approach to food. Perhaps you have even joined a gym. Congratulations. Your life has just taken a change for the better.
 The results stage. You have been taking action for 6 months or more and you are lookingat MASSIVE change in your life and you are reaping the rewards. This is your new LIFESTYLE and you can implement it indefinitely.
Is It Time For YOUR Body Makeover?
We all hate to admit that we're losing our own personal little war with belly fat. For some of us it's been going on for a while now, but like all the minor annoyances in my life, we try to remain optimistic that a solution will shortly be in hand.
Millions of people are losing their own little war with their body. It is an epidemic of the modern age. Perhaps it is THE epidemic, and people will look back on the 21st century with a smirk and say "What the heck were those people thinking? They willfully destroyed their bodies and cut 20 years off their life span. Couldn't they see what was happening to them?"
You'd be surprised, but I think it's safe to say that most people DON'T see what is happening to them until it is too late and some major health crisis sets in on the back of having been too fat for too long. Part of the problem is that people simply do not recognize the health risk of carrying around an extra 20 or 30 pounds of blubber on their midsection.
It is a BIG mistake, this ignorance, or short-sightedness. Being overweight has consequences that go way beyond loss of breath, lower back pain, and varicose veins in the legs. Excess fat, and particularly the stubborn fat carried in the midsection area, does more than sit there looking unsightly. It affects the proper functioning of your internal organs, and even sets them up for failure.
So if you are carrying around more weight on your midsection than you know now is good for you, what can you do about it? What is the BEST way to launch your own little battle to fight the war going on inside you between that unhealthy fat and your vital organs?
How about get yourself a body makeover?
Instead of giving you an ebook and letting you head off to do battle on your own, the goal is to provide you with an environment that helps you establish the correct mindset to win your war, and to be held accountable for your actions. If your battle strategies are doomed to failure, you'll discover it soon enough and Carolyn Hansen (and the other members in her membership program) will encourage you to come up with a plan that WILL work for you.
You'll get all the tools needed to formulate your approach to making over your body, and you will get the encouragement to put your plan into action.
So if you have decided this is a war that you HAVE to win, and it is time to say goodbye to that apple-shaped midsection that is causing you to cover all the mirrors in your home, be sure to check out Carolyn's program. She'll help you tool up, plan your makeover attack, and back you with the reinforcements you need to achieve your desired body weight goal.
By the way, you can also grab her popular report for FREE while you are there, on "The Best Way To Lose Weight"
No Excuses Body Makeover