weight watchers

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Re: weight watchers

Postby Chenzen » 08 Oct 2013, 07:08

I dropped down from a whopping 311 pounds to 200. It took me. Year and half. But I had to cut out EVERYTHING I enjoyed. Ice cream, sodas, sugary things, and an excellen workout regiment. So just find what works for you and I've heard green tea does help you lose weight.

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