Real dose supplement

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lojo1019

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Posted: 13 May 2012, 20:39
Has anyone heard of this supplement? It sounds interesting but I am not a fan of all the supplements so I am just wondering if anyone has ever tried this. Thanks!!! www.realdose.com
Sherillynn

Joined: Mar 11
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Posted: 20 Jan 2013, 13:16
I was just looking at this and wondered if anyone has any feedback. I hate to try it and waste my money if I don't hear anything from folks on here.
** Goal 1- 20 pounds ****12/29/2016
** Goal 2- get back down to wearing size 16 jeans
** Goal 3- normal blood pressure *****off meds on 12/31/2016
** Goal 4- well below "One" Derland***3/1/17
** Goal 5- the next 20 pounds down****3/5/17
** Goal 6- 60 pounds down

Blessings,
Sherill


NCNOLE

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Posted: 20 Jan 2013, 14:59
There is no magic potion, save your money and just change your lifestyle in order to achieve a healthy weight



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