The best diet? Withdrawals, LOL! Sorry, I couldn't resist! I have always been about 125lbs and 5 ft 7, but when I went through withdrawals, I lost 13 lbs!! It was in a matter of less than two weeks!
But in all seriousness, I've always heard that the best way to lose the weight is old fashioned walking or running...and cutting out the bad foods...But my friend went on a diet pill that was a carb blocker, and she lost about ten pounds in a few weeks...she kept taking them and is now thin and looks great...let me call her after work today and get the name.
Lots of water
Fruits and Veggies..
Stay away from fatty and greasy foods...
Low carbs...More meat....but dont take out carbs
less sugar..no junk food...
you can lose that in a month or two....and look great..and get it off healthy
Or you can find a magic pill that you will only get addicted too.........or nothing may work at all...So why not just try something healthy
First couple questions. Are u in good health? whats your age? Have u tried a exercise program? Whats your daily calorie intake? Answer these questions because as diet pills are good in some cases there extremley bad in a lot of cases. U can email me if youd like ***@****
No this isnt he Lizzie that went away to her son's wedding..This is the other Lizzy Lou that joined a bit ago back......maybe 2 months now...I think something to that nature...
I have seen her come from time to time..and here she is again....lol I know its hard not to confuse them all but lol there was a uproar about this..and lol she is infact a lol woman that is in recovery......lol
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