Celebrity Secret Weight Loss Tricks for Super-Fast Results!
How do celebs look so amazing? How come top models can reclaim their catwalk crown two weeks after giving birth? Rumors of brutal workouts and restrictive eating habits are always circling, but no one can live like that all the time.
So, what is it? What’s their secret? Something crazy expensive? Something completely unobtainable and out of reach for the average American? Well guess what? It’s not. The celebrity big secret that keeps A-Listers in shape is not only affordable, but also readily available as well. Many of these celebrities have the money and influence to try any fast fix or super-advanced weight loss solution in the world – but …
Posted by: Rhona Reid On September 18, 2017 11:05 pm
You know, Eraldo Maglara, Executive Producer and host of “Healthy Lifestyle With Eraldo” is quite a guy. Media personality, author and celebrity and personal trainer, there’s no denying that Eraldo’s resume is pretty impressive!
Eraldo’s combination of high-energy delivery, authentic expertise and that all-important likeability factor means that millions of people regularly tune in to his show for inspiration and entertainment!
A bone-fide authority on his subject, Eraldo holds a Personal Fitness Degree from the National Personal Training Institute and has written and presented extensively on healthful living and fitness. In short, no-one is better placed to recognize a genuine opportunity to improve your health and well being! …
Any company would be very happy to land a well-known celebrity to endorse their product, as well it should. It is a proven fact that when someone recognizable tells the people about your goods or services, sales increase. That’s effective advertising; the better known the personality, the more credibility it lends to your company and the more people trust what you’re selling.
Some companies however, use celebrities merely to sell you a bill-of-goods. I have seen many times, and I’m certain you have too, actors that hawk a product that you know they don’t really use.
There used to be a term back in the day, brand loyalty, where celebrities didn’t …