I hope I am not too direct.

But when was the last time you said to yourself “tomorrow I will start exercising!”?

Or: “Starting next week I will do something about my diet!”

Meanwhile going up the stairs leaves you breathless…. 

Is this the month you are going to lose those extra pounds?

Well, it could be - since I am only here to help YOU do just that while also regaining some of that youthful vitality and get rid of depression or anxiety - it is all up to you!

This “secret” fat-burning method was discovered right here in the U.S. by a high-school teacher who skimmed 72 pounds in just 2 months.

Yes, 72… and he did it without exercise, keto, paleo or any other “solutions” you see advertised on TV.

He actually uncovered a cell-activation switch, initially found by the longest-living doctor in Japan!

There's a presentation posted online about this that you can watch for yourself.

It is full of useful facts like how the chance to get a serious disease later in life, such as Alzheimer's, is increased by 22% only because of the extra fat most of us carry around after we reach 40.

So make sure you start losing some weight in time, this will only take you 8 seconds out of your morning routine...

Losing weight doesn't get easier than this!

Take care now,


nab Ghosh (Sunil Grover) is a Senior Editor and news anchor at NB news channel. He hosts a prime-time show, interviewing different people including politicians. Due to low ratings, his boss, Roy (Rajesh Sharma), transfers him to a cookery show and asks him to come up with a new idea for another show. Parul (Anjana Sukhani), Arnab's wife, suggests he interviews feared Don/crime boss, D (Zakir Hussain). Arnab and his colleagues shoot fake videos about D, and post them on social media in order to make D angry. He agrees to stop posting the videos after receiving a call from Girdhari (Pankaj Tripathi), D's CEO, on the condition that D consents to be interviewed. D agrees, while planning to kill Arnab live, during the TV show. Arnab and his colleagues are brought to a secret location in Karachi by D's men, while two other gangsters arrive at Arnab's home in order to hold his family hostage. Arnab starts the interview, however D does not answer any of the questions correctly. Arnab receives a call from his wife, who asks him not to be a coward, but to prove D wrong. In the last part of the interview, Arnab accuses D of being responsible for terrorist activities, calling him a fraud and not a Don. On hearing this D dies of a heart attack. Later, at his home, Arnab receives a call from a David Adrees Kaleman, who reveals himself to be D. A flashback shows that D only pretended to die, so that he could leave his original identity and begin a new life. Arnab is happy that there is no longer any persona such as D left in the worl