LAUDERHILL, FL, January 22, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Bob Miller's latest article may just change your life. Once dubbed 'America's most controversial writer', retired military pilot and adventurer Bob Miller
is known for his outspoken views on many controversial subjects. However, his Free Weight Loss Plan
is just that - it does not set out to sell the reader anything, but simply offers some straightforward and possibly highly beneficial advice.
Miller was prompted to write the article following a personal experience on a vacation in Hawaii. Miller admits that even with sensible eating and moderate exercise, losing his 'beer gut' was proving an insurmountable challenge. All this changed when he took a cruise to Hawaii and visited the Dole pineapple plantation on Oahu.
Cruise ships are notorious for overloading passengers with generous portions of tempting food and delicious, but fattening, desserts. On vacation, it can be particularly difficult to resist.
"The average weight gain on cruise ships is about one pound per day," says Miller. "Like everyone else, I had a wonderful time eating desserts. I assumed I'd gain the usual ten to fifteen pounds. Thanks to someone messing up the prunes with cinnamon, my partner and I started eating pineapple. Arriving home, I reluctantly stepped onto the bathroom scale and was shocked and delighted I had gained only two pounds in fifteen days."
As an added bonus, Miller and his partner both noticed improved digestion
during the vacation. Taking a tour of the Dole pineapple plantation
, Miller discovered some interesting facts about the health benefits of bromeliads
. His article explains how adding the only edible bromeliad and yogurt to your diet can lead to weight loss and health benefits. This is not a diet that will leave you feeling deprived, nor is it an expensive and exhausting fitness routine. Just read Miller's article for yourself - then give it a try. You've nothing to lose but possibly some fat and low self-esteem!
To find out how tweaking your diet can change your life, visit http://bobmillerwrites.com/weightlossplan.htm
and read Miller's own story.