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Success Weight loss Systems is all about results! We want you to experience rapid weight loss, significant reductions in fat, and dramatic improvements in your overall health. In general, a tremendous amount of our clientele reduced or eliminated numerous health challenges, and in most cases, they have the lab results to prove it. As a result, they were able to work with their Healthcare provider and minimize their dependence on costly pharmaceutical drugs designed to help them live with the devastating effects of diabetes, depression, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.

It’s ironic, millions of people learn to live with these terrible conditions, as a result they spend billions of dollars on drugs to help them do it. We say, why would anyone want to live with these conditions, you and your body deserve more? You can learn to eat right, you can lose the excess weight, and you can put your body on the road to recovery!

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  • I have been on numerous weight loss missions, but I could never get past the 220 mark; until I tried Success Weightloss Systems. They helped me get all the way down to 165 and they did it inside of two programs. I had a goal, at my 50th Birthday party I wanted to hear one thing; “your Fifty, you look fabulous”. Well, I heard that all night long! Thanks Success Weight loss Systems, your services, support, and program made all the difference. If you want to lose weight, modify your eating habits, and have a wonderful experience; call them!

    Elaine
    Elaine
  • I lost 29 lbs and 29.5 inches!!! I feel great! I cannot say enough about the support I received from the great folks at Success Weightloss Systems. I felt like I was very important! I miss them, my coach Irish even cried when I hit my goal, I think she was happier than I was. So far, I have kept the weight off with their free post diet program. I have already recommended Success Weightloss Systems to my friends and family.

    Beverly
    Beverly
  • SWS was the “jump-start” I needed to get motivated and reach my weight goal. I lost 12 pounds and 14 inches on the short program, while reaching my goal of 20 pounds lost in ten short weeks. The rapid results obtained from the HCG combined with the nutritional coaching are unparalleled in weight loss strategies. I recommend you investigate this personalized program and get a weight loss “jump-start” too!

    Heather
    Heather
HCG Diet

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Supporting you while on your journey towards a better you is our priority! Here at Success Weightloss in Albuquerque we establish trust and confidence by being there every step of the way!

HCG Resources

HCG Resources

We are here for you!!! Here at Success Weight loss Systems we want you to know that you are not alone! Your HCG diet journey is important to us and there are many resources that you can use to help you along your path to a better, fitter you using HCG!

HCG Success Stories

HCG Success Stories

If you are ready for success, we are ready to help you achieve it. As such, we continually upgrade our service offerings and processes to ensure that you will always receive the best! We have helped thousands of people throughout New Mexico and around the world,the odds are pretty good that we can help you as well!

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  • 1 day ago by Success Weightloss Systems Inc.

    Success Weightloss Systems Inc.
    Being Seedy can be a good thing! Water- Melon Seeds!
    Like chia and flax seeds, watermelon seeds contain nutrients such as vitamin B, potassium, magnesium, and zinc, which studies have linked with various health benefits. They are also a good source of healthy fats and protein. ... And after that, you can eat them as a healthy snack.
    Being Seedy can be a good thing! Water- Melon Seeds!Like chia and fla
  • 6 days ago by Success Weightloss Systems Inc.

    Success Weightloss Systems Inc.
    Karen is still feeling great, she just needed a jumpstart. We can you get a jump start on your summer body or just getting healthier for better energy. Call for a free consultation. 888-0797
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  • 1 week ago by Success Weightloss Systems Inc.

    Success Weightloss Systems Inc.
    We want to share some more Success stories......
    The pictures really do speak for themselves!
    #weightloss
    Photos from Success Weightloss Systems Inc.'s post
  • 1 week ago by Success Weightloss Systems Inc.

    Success Weightloss Systems Inc.
    I have been here.😫
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  • 1 week ago by Success Weightloss Systems Inc.

    Success Weightloss Systems Inc.
    Lisa rocked it....and she is still rocking it. New updated picture coming soon. Lisa hit her goal. She looks and feels great! Congratulations We are very proud of your Success.
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  • 1 week ago by Success Weightloss Systems Inc.

    Success Weightloss Systems Inc.
    When you see a loved one’s weight headed in a physically dangerous direction, you naturally want to help. But, it’s hard to know how to help because weight, for most people, is such a touchy subject. Enmeshed with weight is the idea of self-worth so telling a loved one he or she is too fat or too thin is tricky. Not to mention the fact that frank conversations about weight can have opposite the desired effect—people may push toward weight extremes in part as a way to escape feelings of self-disgust, but haphazardly approaching the issue of weight can fuel feelings of self-disgust, causing your loved one to continue the cycle. So where do you begin?
    Below are some do's and don’ts that could be helpful when talking with friends or family about weight.
    . Do not use shame
    Shame may make your loved one eat healthy (or restrict their intake) in front of you, but it doesn’t create long-term change. If fact, shame is likely to promote exactly the behaviors you hope to help your loved one avoid. Examples of shaming statements are “I’m not attracted to you anymore,” or, “You can’t even fit into your clothes”. I know your intention is to offer a well-meaning wake-up call, but shame rarely creates lasting change.
    2. Do not force the issue
    When approaching the issue of weight, give your loved one lots of space. If your loved one does not want to discuss their weight with you, let the issue go. Discussing one’s weight is an extremely personal and sensitive matter. It might need to be done slowly over time. And remember: Just because your loved one does not want to talk about their weight with you, does not mean they aren’t thinking about it or talking about it elsewhere.
    3. Do not frame the discussion around weight and food
    Keep the discussion focused on health. Phrases that focus on the person’s body or eating habits can make your loved one feel defensive. Avoid saying things like, “You keep gaining weight,” or, “I notice you eating at night after you’ve already had dinner.” I know it’s tempting to speak about the details that led to your concern about weight, but try to keep the discussion focused on the real issue, which is concern for overall health and life quality.
    4. Do not offer helpful weight loss hints
    I know this is a hard one, especially if you, yourself, have lost weight. Remember, your loved one likely knows quite well what to do and not do in order to take the weight off. Also, the issue is likely more complex than diet and exercise hints. Stick to speaking about your love and concern about him or her personally. Do not focus on how he or she can or should reach their goal.
    5. Do not monitor their food or exercise
    Try not to comment on your loved one's weight-sensitive behaviors—good or bad! I know this seems counter-intuitive, but any specific comments about behavior set up a dynamic in which you are the watchdog. If your loved one feels some checks and balances would be helpful, encourage them to hire professionals. Physical trainers, weight loss coaches, Nutritionist or dieticians are trained to monitor, encourage AND to set limits when needed—let these professionals be the bad guys! Once you start policing, you set yourself up to eventually have to be the bad cop, which can complicate personal relationships.
    6. Do not judge
    This includes pointing out how society judges people of extreme weight. I promise you, your loved one is acutely aware of this fact, and no one is judging this person more harshly then they are judging themselves. Too True.
    1. Do remember your loved one may already feel ashamed
    2. Do speak about health and feelings, not about weight and food
    Again (because this is extremely important), phrases like, “I’m so worried about your high blood pressure,” or, “I don’t ever want to lose you or have your health suffer,” are helpful ways to communicate that your concern comes from a place of love.
    3. Do speak with love and respect
    4. Tell your loved one that you love him or her just the way that they are. PERIOD. Tell them you are trying to speak to them because you want for them the happiest and healthiest life possible.
    5. Do use empathy
    6. Try to think about an area of your own life in which you are especially sensitive—maybe it’s education, money or relationships. How would you want someone to approach you about a very sensitive and painful topic? When you speak, offer lots of love and support. Speaking to your loved one without true empathy and compassion for their struggle will only push them away.
    7. 5. Do look beyond fault
    8. Though your loved one’s weight may seem to you like a simple issue of motivation and self-control, it may not be. Your loved one may have an eating disorder and need professional help to assist in their path to health. Try to avoid appearing to assign blame and fault by instead framing your discussion in terms of support and help.
    9. Talking about weight is never easy. No matter what you do or say, it is ultimately up to your loved one to decide how they will follow through. Remember that even if your loved one is initially hurt, it doesn’t mean they don’t hear you. Use sensitivity and love, and above all give your loved one the respect and space to find their own way.
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    When you see a loved one’s weight headed in a physically dangerous d
  • 1 week ago by Success Weightloss Systems Inc.

    Success Weightloss Systems Inc.
    Here's a Chest full of hidden treasures.... The Chestnut!
    Health benefits of chestnuts
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    Chestnuts, unlike other nuts and seeds, are relatively low in calories and fats. Nonetheless, they are rich sources of minerals, vitamins, and phytonutrients that immensely benefit health. Another unique feature of chestnuts is that they primarily compose of starch (carbohydrates) in contrast to other kinds of tree seeds and nuts which are rather high in calorie, protein, and fat. Chestnuts nutrition composition is, therefore, comparable to that of other staple starch foods such as sweet potato, sweet corn, potatoes, plantain. Nevertheless, they are still good sources of minerals, vitamins and some good-quality protein than cereals and tubers. They are an excellent source of dietary fiber; provide 8.1 g (about 21% of RDI) per 100 g. Fiber diet helps lower blood cholesterol levels by limiting excess cholesterol absorption in the intestines. Chestnuts stand out from other edible nuts for their distinctive nutrition profile. They are exceptionally rich in vitamin-C. 100 g nuts provide 43 mg of vitamin-C (72 % of DRI). Vitamin-C is required for matrix formation in teeth, bones and blood vessels. Being a strong antioxidant, it offers protection from harmful free radicals. Again, chestnuts are rich in folates akin to green leafy vegetables, which is quite a rare but unique feature for nuts and seeds. 100 g nuts provide 62 µg of folates (or 15.5%). Folic acid is essential for the formation of red blood cells, and DNA synthesis. Adequate consumption of food rich in folates during the peri-conception period helps prevent neural tube defects in the newborn. Like true nuts, they too are a rich source of mono-unsaturated fatty acids like oleic acid (18:1) and palmitoleic acids (16:1). Studies suggest that monounsaturated fats (MUFs) in the diet help lower total as well as LDL (bad cholesterol) and increase HDL (good cholesterol) levels within the blood. Mediterranean diet which is rich in dietary fiber, MUFs, omega fatty acids, and antioxidants help prevent coronary artery disease and strokes by favoring healthy blood lipid profile. The nuts are an excellent source of minerals such as iron, calcium, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus and zinc, besides providing a very good amount of potassium (518 mg / 100 g). Potassium counters hypertensive action of sodium, lowers heart rate and blood pressure. Iron helps prevent microcytic anemia. Magnesium and phosphorus are essential components of bone metabolism. Further, they are also rich in many important B-complex groups of vitamins. 100 g of nuts provide 11% of niacin, 29% of pyridoxine (vitamin B-6), 100% of thiamin, and 12% of riboflavin. Chestnuts, just like hazelnuts and almonds, etc., are gluten free food items. Moreover, for the same reason, they are one of the popular ingredients in the preparation of gluten-free food formulas intended for use in gluten-sensitive, wheat allergy, and celiac disease patients. Chinese chestnuts (C. mollissima) are good in vitamin A; provide 202 IU per 100 g.
    Here's a Chest full of hidden treasures.... The Chestnut!Health benef
  • 1 week ago by Success Weightloss Systems Inc.

    Success Weightloss Systems Inc.
    You think you know your nut?
    Health Benefits of Almonds
    Almond nuts are rich sources of vitamins, and minerals and packed with numerous health promoting phytochemicals. These nuts compose of well-balanced food principles that are essential for optimum health and wellness. Almonds are one of the complete sources of energy as well as nutrients. The nuts, especially, are rich in mono-unsaturated fatty acids like oleic, and palmitoleic acids that help in lowering LDL or "bad cholesterol" and increasing HDL or "good cholesterol" in the human body. Research studies suggest that the Mediterranean diet which is excellent in monounsaturated fatty acids helps prevent coronary artery disease and strokes by favoring healthy blood lipid profile. The nuts are an excellent source of vitamin E; hold about 25 mg per 100 grams (about 170% of RDA). Vitamin E is a powerful lipid soluble antioxidant. It protects and restores cell membrane integrity of mucosa and skin from harmful effects of oxygen free radicals. Almonds are gluten free food items. For the same reason, they are one of the favorite ingredients in the preparation of gluten-free food formulas. Such formula preparations are, in fact, healthy alternatives for people suffering from gluten food allergy, and celiac disease. The nuts packed with many important B-complex groups of vitamins such as riboflavin, niacin, thiamin, pantothenic acid, vitamin B-6, and folates. Altogether, these vitamins work as co-factors for enzymes during cellular substrate metabolism inside the human body. Furthermore, almonds are also an incredible source of minerals such as manganese, potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc, and selenium. Almond oil, extracted from the nuts, can be employed as an emollient. When applied regularly, it helps keep skin well protected from dryness. Additionally, the oil employed in cooking in Iran, and Turkey. It is also used as “carrier or base oil” in various traditional medicines, in aromatherapy, pharmaceutical, and cosmetic industries. A handful of almonds a day provides much of recommended levels of minerals, vitamins, and protein. Besides, almond oil extracted from the nuts employed in cooking and medicine.
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  • 2 weeks ago by Success Weightloss Systems Inc.

    Success Weightloss Systems Inc.
    Tastes Buttery..but it's not! it's a Pili nut. Pili nuts are a rich buttery tasting nut grown in the volcanic soil of the Philippine peninsula. High in protein, calcium and potassium, pili nuts are a healthy snack with a delicious flavor. They also make a wonderful addition to desserts and baked goods. Try these dry roasted and unsalted pili nuts for yourself and discover what makes them so unique and incredible.
    4 Surprising Health Benefits of Pili Nuts
    1) Monounsaturated Fats: Nearly half of the fat found in pili nuts comes from beneficial, heart-healthy monounsaturated fat. Foods rich in monounsaturated fats can help lower bad cholesterol levels and reduce the risk for heart disease. 2) Magnesium: Pili nuts contain the highest source of magnesium of nearly any nut. Magnesium plays an important role in keeping blood pressure normal and supporting bone health. 3) Complete Protein: Considered a complete protein source, pili nuts provide all eight essential amino acids that the human body must obtain through diet. The high-quality protein found in pili nuts makes them a great post-workout snack. 4) Phosphorus: This mineral is responsible for maintaining bone health and is considered the second most important element for bone support, right behind calcium. Luckily, pili nuts are a superb source of phosphorus. Your bones will thank you!
    #healthynuts #pilinuts
    Tastes Buttery..but it's not! it's a Pili nut.Pili nuts are a rich b
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