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Overweight/obesity increases the risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, arthritis and some cancers. Losing weight can reduce these risks.
The link between nutrition and weight loss
Two-thirds of adults in the U.S. are overweight or obese. Being overweight or obese increases risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, arthritis, and some cancers.
More than one-third of adults, or about 78 million people, are obese. About one of five youths ages 2–19 years old are obese as well. About half of all adults — 117 million people — have one or more chronic health conditions. Heart disease is the most common chronic disease, followed by diabetes. Diabetes can start in childhood, but diabetes is greatest in people over age 65, affecting 29 percent (11.8 million) of seniors.
Losing weight can reduce risk of chronic disease. About one-third of the U.S. population tries to lose weight using popular diet programs, but most don’t work over the long term. Weight loss plans often fail because dieters focus on counting calories rather than getting all the essential nutrients their bodies need. A healthy weight-loss diet contains all essential nutrients our bodies need daily and excludes foods that contain ingredients we don’t need, such as salt, sugar and bad fats. Nutrient-dense foods promote satiety, which can lead to steady and sustainable weight loss.
Lose weight during the 15 day Nutrient Restart program
Or you get a full refund of the program
Eat only Nutrient Complete Meals™
Engage with a coach daily
Coaches earn 10% commission on all sales through their link
Any customer who refers people to Nutrient using a Coaches link will each receive a $50 food credit
When a Coach reaches $100,000 in sales they become a Super Coach
Super Coaches earn 15% commission on all sales through their Nutrient Link
For every $100,000 in group sales a $5,000 bonus is issued (group sales equals your customers sales plus sales from their customers if they are Coaches)
1. Open a packet. Each one is a complete meal.2. Rehydrate as directed.3. Dress it up. Go to nutrientfoods.com/recipes for meal prep tips and videos.
(Pro tip: Blend your shake with liquid, banana, peanut butter, and ice.)4. Check in with your Coach. Support = Success.5. We’re in this together. Tag #nutrientfoods on social media so we can stay in touch during your health journey. Let’s do this!