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the new well urges you to 'weight' no more

Fad diets and celebrity workouts come and go, but sustainable and guaranteed weight loss is here to stay…and the new well can prove it. The new well Weight Loss and Wellness Center in Peachtree City has helped their members lose over 750 lbs since opening one year ago. So whether you have 50 pounds or 10 pounds to lose, the new well can help.

“We are thrilled to have helped change the lives of so many women, during our first 12 months of business. We are about total change for our members. Whether it be the weight loss, the facials, the cellulite reduction treatments, skin care or the pure mineral make-up, we are helping these ladies with a total transformation,” said Brett Phillips, center owner.

So what is their secret? No magic pills, prepackaged meals or mystery drops or shots. The program is not about quick, unhealthy weight loss that can’t be maintained without pills and drugs. Rather they provide the tools, the motivation and support needed to make a lifestyle change.

The new well program is based upon four pillars of success: personalized meal plan, healthy exercise, one-on-one coaching and relaxation therapy. You learn how, what and when to eat.

The other unique aspect of the new well is that they guarantee your weight loss. The program includes the 12 month time-frame after you reach your healthy weight loss goal. Why one year? Studies show that 90 percent of women, who lose weight and keep it off for at least a year, will maintain that weight loss for the rest of their life.

The new well guarantee is that if you gain more than five pounds, you can join program again at no additional cost.

Wait no longer, kick off your weight loss success by joining the new well’s Biggest Winner Competition and receive eight weeks for free. The competition, made up of four teams, will last six weeks and begins on June 6. Call today to book your free consultation, 770-692-5500.

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