If my fairy godmother showed up in front of me right now and said she would grant me a makeover, I wouldn’t ask for a ball gown and glass slippers. I’d ask that she make me slim instead. I mean, think about it, even if I had that beautiful blue ball gown, it wouldn’t look as great on me because I don’t have Cinderella’s teeny waist!
Well, I’m too old to believe in fairy godmothers, so I have to find another way to lose weight and fit into a gown – not Cinderella’s, but my bridesmaid gown. I was just asked to be a bridesmaid in the sweetest way possible:
Well I am going to be in the entourage of not just one, but three weddings within a year!
Diet and exercise is difficult, and besides at my age when my metabolism has become slower, they don’t work as well anymore.
So what other options do I have?
One option I just discovered is Eu Yan Sang’s TCM Weight Management program which promotes healthy weight loss.
Eu Yan Sang’s TCM approach mainly uses acupuncture, coupled with prescribed herbal medication, cupping and ear acupressure. They say that not only will this process help you lose weight, but their proprietary weight management program has a stabilization period that helps prevent weight rebound. This is what I need because this is hardest thing to do!
They explain more in a video which you can watch below.
If that’s the case, then, I think I am willing to go through a bit of discomfort because apparently, acupuncture can be used to increase metabolic rate and also adjust our stomach’s and intestine’s functioning levels, reduce appetite, and regulate bowel movement.
So what do you think, is it something you’re willing to give a shot? You can find out more about Eu Yan Sang’s TCM Weight Management Program by signing up for a FREE WORKSHOP on 05 May 2015, using this form. Dinner and refreshments will be provided during the workshop. There will also be a token of appreciation for all successful attendees.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All opinions are my own.
This post is part of the A to Z Challenge, a blog hop that goes through the alphabet for all the days of April except Sundays. Today’s feature is T for TCM.