• Meet: Stan Gniazdowski
• His weight before Digest Diet: 239 pounds
• His weight after: 223 pounds
• Total lost: 16 pounds!
• Inches lost: 8.75 inches lost
• Health gains: 6.5% body fat lost
• Also: “I regained my energy and have
been more productive at work. Exercise is
easier, I am not tired at night, and I moved my
belt buckle a notch and fit in a pair of pants I
have not been able to wear in a long time!”
Stan, 65, father of Lauren, 27 and Steven, 30, is a commercial real estate consultant. He undertook the Digest Diet and now has more energy than he thought possible.
Why he did the Digest Diet: “My goal was
to reduce my weight, to improve my cholesterol
and blood pressure, and to avoid the possibility
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