Your Brides Dresses Slim Down - How to Lose 100 Pounds in 6 Months

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The need to lose 100 pounds or more for your wedding is understandable. You want to look like all the other beautiful brides. And make it all possible to be the shining light of your new husband’s eye when he sees you in any of the brides dresses you pick.

But, the important thing to remember when losing 100 pounds or more is that you want to do it in a safe, yet totally attainable manner. That means try to space out your goals to about 6 months prior to your wedding ceremony date. Of course there are some quick fixes such as gastric bypass surgery but remember, your goal is to finish your weight loss trek feeling healthy and looking naturally radiant, which can only be accomplished with proper nutrition, exercise and one little trick.

What’s the trick, you say? Well, the trick is called Calorie Shifting. Calorie Shifting is a way many people have used to lose as much as 9 pounds in 11 days. Now, after a couple of weeks of doing this, think about how wonderful it will feel to slide into any of the brides dresses you’ll try on at the store.

Here’s how it works.

Calorie shifting involves rotating or “shifting” the different groups of foods you eat each day. This allows your metabolism to keep running at a high rate. But, the best part about is you’ll never have to starve yourself. (A boney bride is… absolutely Not fabulous)

Before I go, I want you to keep in mind that your beauty on the inside is just as important as your outside beauty. So be sure to work on them both, how well you’ll look in the brides dresses you slide on as well as your winning personality. Trust me, your marriage will be much happier in the long run.