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The Book by Manfred Popp: Lose Weight and thereby reduce Blood Pressure

October 16, 2015- Gaimersheim, Germany- ( – Shortly thereafter the author Manfred Popp has retired with 64 years, he visited the doctor to perform a health check and it turned out that his blood pressure was clearly too high. His doctor said that either he has to take pills for the rest of his life or his excessive weight has to be reduced by at least 33 pounds. He bought the tablets and his wife read to him at lunch with emphatic clarity the long list of side effects. It became vividly clear that he had to make a fundamental decision:
The author chose the weight loss. By following the diet and training plan developed by him, he managed to reduce his weight significantly.

Over a period of ten years, from 64 up to over 74, the author practiced the guidelines himself. Now, he benefits from the impressing results:
He has lost approximately 45 pounds.
Upper blood pressure remains stable in the healthy range.
Lower blood pressure also moves in this range.
The pulse rate has leveled in an optimal range.
His general health condition has improved significantly.
His physical condition is much better than before.

The key to success was an increased, but still reasonable, physical exercise combined with a healthy diet. After ten years, the health of the author improved significantly – without any additional medication.
In sum the author is convinced that his program also works for other “best agers” as well as for younger peoples.

Now, in the age of over 74, he releases his first English-language book titled:
You can do what I did: lose weight, improve your health, stay fit
See also the author’s website:
On AMAZON, the title is available as an eBook or as a printed book.

Company Name: Manfred Popp
Address (PO Box Allowed) Franz-Schubert-Str. 6
City, State ZIP 85080 Gaimersheim, Germany

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