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Whole 9
9 servings of fruits and vegitables

"Whole 9 is awesome! I use Whole 9 for breakfast, it not only fills me up, it gives me the nutrients my body needs. It presents a different prospective when it comes to keeping my weight in line."
Susan G, Denver


There are thousands of Fad diets promising you that counting carbohydrates or consuming tons of pills will make you slim and trim. But it's calories that count. Weight loss comes down to burning more calories that you eat. You can do that by reducing extra calories from food and beverages and increasing calories burned through physical activity. This method may not be fun, but it will get the job done. Talk with your doctor about the potential benefits and the possible risks of any diet plan.

A few words about calories: Calories are the energy in food. Your body uses the calories from food to keep functioning. Carbohydrates, fats and proteins are types of nutrients that contain calories and are the main energy sources for your body. Regardless of where they come from, the calories you eat are either converted to physical energy or stored within your body as fat. These stored calories will remain in your body as fat unless you use them up, either by reducing calorie intake so that your body must draw on reserves for energy, or by increasing physical activity so that you burn more calories.