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Posted: 25 Nov 2007, 07:20
getting ready to start the Fat Flush Plan. Do you have to take the supplements? All? Is there something comparable at the health store or do I have to buy from the website?


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Posted: 25 Nov 2007, 07:39
take flax seed oil capsules. Evening primrose. a multi vitamin. Along with your cranwater and fiber. at least!

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Posted: 25 Nov 2007, 10:35
i agree with dooley. my opinion is that it is less expensive to get the supps from the unikey site- if you buy the ffp kit- you also get the book, which you can give as a gift. after your first order, you can get a 15% discount if you re-order within 35 days. also- the do ground ship for $7.50- but i takes a full week to get that way. i believe you will do better if you take the chromium-carnitine supp- i think it's called weight loss formula.

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