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IT DOES WORK

The title for this article caught my eye, "...most popular approach to weight loss, (but it doesn't work)" Well, it worked for me. I have always struggled to lose weight even when I was eating a low calorie diet and exercising a lot. This time the weight fell off so easily and I didn't have to do a lot of exercising. I went for 15 to 20 minute walks several times a week and I eliminated grains and sugar from my diet and instead ate single ingredient foods such as meat, vegetables, fruit, nuts, and seeds. I lost 67 lbs. in 7 months and went from size 16 to size 4. I lost all my cravings and finally felt like food was no longer controlling me. But the weight loss was the least of my benefits. My fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, arthritis, migraines, allergies, eczema, acid reflux, and irritable bowel syndrome are all gone and these are just some of the health improvements I've experienced. I'm 50 years old and feel better now than I did the rest of my adult life.

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21 December 2012 | 22h33

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