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Nagina Abdullah: Weightloss Coach

Today on American Glutton, we'll hear from Nagina Abdullah, who lost 40 pounds by boosting her metabolism using real food. Nagina is a weight-loss coach for women in midlife and founder of the website She teaches women to slim down naturally especially when what worked before no longer works. She focuses on natural formulas to combine and time metabolism-boosting foods to reduce belly fat and overall weight gain in midlife. Nagina has a degree in Molecular and Cell Biology from UC Berkeley and has helped over 1,500 midlife women successfully lose weight and create a lifestyle change.

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