Discover the "Fave Food Ritual" That Sheds Excess Weight
Posted by Sharon August on 16th 2021
From 265 to 140! I'm 63 and 5’8. Four years ago, I thought I'd never been able to hike, not in a million years!
Myhusband and I had recently moved to Yosemite.
Now, for anyone who doesn’t know, Yosemite is a beautiful hilly area in California. There’s lots to do outdoors — hiking, cycling, horse riding, and much more.
But as much as I wanted to take part in those activities...I knew I just wouldn’t be able to. Because back then I weighed 265. And no matter how much exercise and dieting I did, I could never get that weight to budge. So I’d choose to stay at home, while my family went out and had the time of their lives, enjoying the natural beauty of Yosemite.
I started to fall into a deep depression. I hated myself for being so unfit. I hated that I was missing out on so many precious moments with my husband and my kids. I hated the way I looked (and couldn’t help but feel that my husband hated it too.)
But what could I do?
For 6 months I’d been loyally sticking to the exercise and diet plan prescribed by my doctor, and my weight had hardly changed at all.
In fact, the only thing that's ever really worked for me is this video that I'm about to share with you now.
You see this video taught me that no matter...
- how much time I spent at the gym...
- how much I deprived myself of my favorite foods...
- how much I avoided sugars,carbs, and fatty foods...
...none of it would ever make the slightest difference if I didn't first implement this "Fave Food ritual."
Because this ritual flushes out foreign compounds called "obesogens" that cause the body to store fat and make weight reduction virtually impossible.
(According to groundbreaking peer-reviewed research from leading colleges like Harvard, obesogens are the real root cause of why we struggle with our weight and what is behind America's obesity epidemic.)
Once I removed them from my body I found that my weight started to decrease naturally by itself — evenwithout me slaving away in the gym or saying no to my favorite foods.
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