A Night In Has Never Looked So Sexy! Vicky Pattison Celebrates Her Weight-loss As She Shows Off Slim Figure In A Lingerie-inspired Pyjama Set

Dressed to impress: Vicky proved she certainly isn’t happy to fade into the background any longer as she strutted her stuff in a sexy neon yellow bodycon mini-dress Sticking to her diet: The outspoken reality star posted a snap of her choice of snack for the journey from London back up north to her native Newcastle, a rather healthy combination of broccoli, sugar snap peas and a bottle of still water The outspoken reality star posted a snap of her choice of snack for the journey from London back up north to her native Newcastle, a rather healthy – but not too tasty – combination of broccoli, sugar snap peas and a bottle of still water. Writing alongside the Twitter shot, she joked: ‘So tired… Glad to be on the train heading home!!! Not so thrilled about my snack for the journey!!’ In a remarkable transformation, Vicky shed more than three stone in weight and dropped down from a size 16 to a teeny-tiny size 6 over a six-month period. A big thumbs up!
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Should Your Employer Recommend Weight-Loss Drugs?

If employees are interested, and their doctors agree, workers start taking the medication and use Aetnas lifestyle coaching apps to help them manage their diet and exercise. Its a more direct intervention than wellness programs that often involve health screenings and coaching but not recommendations for specific prescriptions. We want to give [employers] more tools for garcinia cambogia reviews yahoo treating the root cause of the problem, says Ed Pezalla, Aetnas national medical director for pharmacy policy and strategy. Workers will get the new medications at preferred rates, with co-pays generally between $30 and $50, depending on the plan. The pilot program is available only to Aetna clients who are self-insuredthat is, the employer assumes the risk for employee medical costs and uses Aetna to administer its health plan.
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