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krys419

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Posted: 11 Jul 2007, 12:54
Question Im new to this diet or should I say change of life and I have no clue what I should and should not eat.. I love fresh Fruit and Vegs.. is that okay and how much.. please any tips let me know.. Thanks
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Posted: 12 Jul 2007, 08:12
Hi Krys,
It's really important to get your hands on the Fat Flush book - it covers all that you need to know, including what foods to eat. I highly recommend the FF journal & Shopping Guide, too, as a quick resource when out shopping (foods are listed by phase).
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