The Beta Switch review

If you have ever been through the journey of workout, then you know that it is very gratifying. However, some people tend to abandon working out programs since they include extreme routines that will only leave you exhausted. So, when people follow these extreme routines they are not only seriously damaging their health but they are not achieving the desired results. However, there is an awesome program called The Beta Switch which is meant to help you work out in a way in which you will enjoy it. Also, this program considers the fact that people live busy lives. So, by working out a short period a day, you will be getting rid of body fat. 

This program works for everyone despite their gender, age, or physical condition. It doesn’t matter if you just want to get rid of unwanted body fat or if you have been trying to lose a lot of weight: by learning how to live a balanced life you will achieve your goal.

These are some of the benefits of the program:

  • Developing a lean figure
  • Enjoying your workout routine
  • Experiencing a boost in your self-esteem
  • Increase in the sense of well being
  • Improving your metabolism’s job

Now that you have read The Beta Switch review, I’d say this program is totally worth your time. So, go for it! Don’t wait a minute more! 

Mary and Martha

Malaria is the newest subject which will be portrayed on HBO’s “Mary and Martha”. Death will bring these two women together in the newest HBO Film. Mary, an American played by Hilary Swank and Martha, an English woman played by Brenda Blethyn, meet themselves in Africa when they both lose their sons to Malaria. The two characters make their loss a political cause and their goal will be to push the American government in order to provide real help in the fight towards AIDS, a disease which takes the life of about 500.000 children a year.

Hilary Swank is very excited about this film since she finds that topics such as unexpected friendship, loss, life and political causes are very important. She also says that, in her personal life, she totally agrees with the fact of fighting AIDS since it is a preventable disease.  

The movie is based on real-life events from the director who is also responsible for movies as Love Actually and Four Weddings and a Funeral. He is an activist for charitable causes including the fight against malaria and Aids.