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3 Week Diet

The 3 Week Diet

NEW YORK, NY / October 6, 2016 – Dieters frustrated with typical diets that either don’t work or that produce minimal weight loss now have another choice — a revolutionary program that guarantees weight loss of 12-23 pounds in just three weeks.

The program, which is being called “The 3 Week Diet,” was developed by Brian Flatt, an experienced nutritionist and personal trainer from Southern California. He says he created the program as a solution “to all of those ‘mainstream’ diet programs which are time-consuming, inefficient and just plain ineffective.”

“After reading well over 500 medical studies, dozens of diet books and reviewing hundreds of diet systems, programs, gadgets, pills and potions, I have put together what I feel is the ultimate rapid weight loss diet system,” Flatt said. “This program is the result of more than a decade of research and more than two and a half years of real-world tweaking and testing.”

One big difference between this program and other diets is its focus on cellular inflammation, Flatt indicated.

According to Flatt, cellular inflammation is the real cause of weight gain, yet most diets ignore that fact.

“If we take control of cellular inflammation, we can effectively increase our ability to lose weight, burn fat, increase metabolism and keep body fat from ever coming back,” Flatt said.

His 3 Week Diet also:

Focuses on correcting the bad information dieters receive
Avoids counting calories or the “eat less – exercise more” mantra that the medical community has been pushing for decades
Gives dieters an easy to follow, step-by-step plan of action
Produces quick results so dieters don’t get discouraged and continue jumping from diet plan to diet plan

“Most of the diet plans out there approach weight loss with a slow and sensible approach,” Flatt said. “Yes, it’s true that if you eat certain foods and work out really hard for an hour or so every day, you will lose weight. The problem, however, is that the weight comes off way too slowly because these types of diet plans don’t attack the stubborn, stored body fat.”

Flatt designed his program to provide dieters with essential nutrients that the body needs for good health and proper functioning, while eliminating all those nutrients that slow — and even stop — a person from burning fat.

The program not only gives dieters a step-by-step blueprint to lose weight, but also utilizes supplements that help dieters recruit body fat to be burned for fuel, maintain lean body mass, and increase their metabolism.

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The 3 Week Diet focuses on three main components to help dieters lose unwanted weight: diet, exercise and mindset. Dieters learn what to eat, when to eat and how to eat to lose weight. They also get supplement and exercise tips to speed up their weight loss even more. Finally, they develop the mindset, or willpower, to lose weight and keep it off. The 3 Week Diet was developed by health and nutrition coach and personal trainer Brian Flatt. Brian is the owner of R.E.V. Fitness, a personal training facility based in Southern California.

Los Algodones March 19th Spring Party for Winter Visitors

Easy border crossing into Los Algodones

Easy border crossing into Los Algodones

Los Algodones is located in Baja California, Mexico at the California – Arizona border. It is seven miles west of the city of Yuma, AZ. Traveling on I-8 take Calif. 186 south on Algodones Road, past the Quechan Casino & Resort to Andrade, which is on the U.S. side of the border.

The Border to cross to Los Algodones opens at 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Access to the community is very easy. You may park on the USA side and walk less then 1 block into the small town of Los Algodones.

Motorists are advised that roadside parking is now prohibited along the roadway on the U.S. side. Paved, lighted parking is available for a small charge in the Quechan Indian Tribe parking lot on the U.S. side of the port of entry.

If you want, you can drive into Los Algodones and park in one of the attended parking lots in the town—it’s easy.

Whichever you choose, most businesses are located less then four blocks from the border and the currency of choice is the American dollar. Local ATM machines can dispense cash in U.S. dollars or Mexican Pesos.

Los Algodones offers a wide variety of curio shops, pharmacies, open air cafes, medical doctors, health professionals, optical dispensaries and a large number of dentists providing quality services and specialized treatments at a cost savings that makes your trip worth while. There is even a sexy bar called the The Green Door.

On March 19th, Los Algodones will host a free party to wish the area’s winter visitors a safe journey home—buen viaje or bon voyage—as the snowbird season for winter visitors winds down.

The party is presented by the Mexicali and Los Algodones Convention and Visitors Bureau and the professionals and merchants of Algodones; it will be held from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. (Arizona time).

The party will take place on A Avenue between Second and Third streets, just a short stroll from the international border crossing and admission is free—you can’t miss it, since Los Algodones is so small.

The party is to promote the traditional hospitality of the town, along with its tourist and medical services, arts and crafts, commerce and recreational areas. It also is a way for the merchants and medical professionals in the border community to thank winter visitors for their business.

Food, drink and door prizes will be offered. Traditional Mexican entertainment will include folklore dancers from Los Algodones High School; mariachi singers from San Luis Rio Colorado, Son.; Pasco the Mime; the Caachanillajazz; the Contratiempo Orchestra; jazz singer Chinto Mendoza; folklore dancers from Cobach Plantel Morelos; and cheerleaders from Cecyte Los Algodones.

Our favorite place to eat is El Pueblo Viejo, right next to the border. For drinks and music El Paraiso is the place to go.


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