Hi, i have been through a lot in my 51 years on this planet. Combatted Hep C, living with food and environmental allergies, depression, etc. I am currently on allergy drops from a dr. down south that patented this. He can detect allergies from your bloodwork and tell
[More] you what you are allergic to and how bad. He gives you drops you take once a day, that's it! I tried everything. I can stay home, no driving for shots every week. Tried everything; this totally cured my sister. I am a recovered heroin addict! Yeah! No cravings at all. Act of God! Been in so many detoxes, can't remember how many. Off and on methadone clinic and drugs for 10 years. Suffer with CFS and have seasonal affective disorder. On antidepressants and sleep meds. Now, trying to lose at least 15lbs by April 15th. My goal is 5 lbs. a month, very realistic. I have a treadmill which has just been sitting there but this year i'm getting off my butt and using it. If i can get firm, i will look great.
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