"The Drugless Doctor" Tells You How to Lose Weight Safely

Tuesday, May 28, 2013 by Lee Swanson

Dear Friends and Valued Customers,

In today's featured video from iHealthTube.com, Dr. Bob DeMaria, "The Drugless Doctor," shows you how his approach to healthy, safe weight loss is paying off. Dr. Bob tells you what he's eating to lose weight, but he also shares a few interesting stats and bits of information regarding how your social life plays in to how you eat and how heavy you may be.

I invite you to watch the video below and share your reaction in the comments section below this post. As always, I wish you the very best of health.

Lee Swanson

 

 

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About Dr. Bob DeMaria

Dr. Robert DeMaria, or Dr. Bob as he's known, has been providing natural, alternative health therapies for more than three decades. Dr. Bob is the author of six books that cover a variety of topics including ADHD, Detoxification and Female Hormones.

Dr. Bob is also known as "The Drugless Doctor".  He's continues to spread his knowledge and advice for a drugless lifestyle on numerous television and radio appearances all over the world. For more information on Dr. Bob and his guide to healthy living, go to www.druglessdoctor.com.

 

 

Disclaimer: This video is being shared for informational purposes only. The statements contained within this video are opinions of the guest speaker only and not intended to make any claims, express or implied, regarding products sold by Swanson Health Products. iHealthTube and Swanson Health Products encourage you to seek the advice of a qualified professional for any health concern, including supplemental nutrition.


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