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Looking for A Permanent Weight Loss Cure? This Simple Fat Loss program works every time (and it’s free!)

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Stick with “fresh produces” or whole-wheat foods for at least 6 full days a week.

I am talking about Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, Greens, Salads, Nuts, Seeds, Healthy oils and maybe a few eggs. This is pretty much the stuff that Guarantees that you stay lean, trim and sexy forever. Or the stuff that peels away any extra puffiness that you may have accumulated over the years.
You’ll also need to need to drink plenty of water (ideally a glass every hour) and start working out for at least 30 minutes every day. I recommend either a power walk or something a bit more fun and intense like P90X3. But start out with a slow walk first and build up your “momentum” gradually. Also, if your legs had been in “storage” for a while, you might wanna get them “finetuned” first (through the slow build up approach) so that they don’t start shaking, rattling and rolling when it’s time to pace down the highway at 100 miles per hour.

Unfortunately, that also means having to wear roller-skates whenever you’re passing through the Chip, Cookie, Snack, Candy, Baked Goods and Cereal aisles. Food and Beverage that have refined sugars, flour, salt or any kind preservative (which is almost anything that comes in a can, bottle, carton, packet or any kind of sealed packaging) are not only bad for you, but they are also the culprits responsible for inflating your thighs, tummy, neck, arms, cheeks, toes and occasionally your ears, while you sleep. That also includes fast foods (including the “healthy options”, which by the way should rightfully be called the “not so deadly options”).

The simple rule is, if you come across an item with an ingredient that takes you more than a minute to pronounce or it has something that’s not straight from Mama and Papa Nature’s warehouse, then it’s best left on the shelf (preferably without any bite marks).

Lastly, get into the habit of taking a shopping list with you whenever you go shopping. That way you won’t be tempted to talk to the box of cookies that happens to know you by your first name.

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