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lucyrose

Joined: Dec 07
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Posted: 30 Dec 2007, 15:32
Hi,
I am having trouble finding a sample menu for the fat flush plan. There must be one on the sit. Can someone tell me how to find it or, if there isn't give me a quick idea. So far I gather that I should be drinking plain cranberry juice every day and eating flaxseed and avoiding the white foods. Do I count calories? Also, have you all noticed feeling better?
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weebeeme

Joined: May 07
Posts: 46

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Posted: 30 Dec 2007, 15:46
Hi,
Due to copywrite infringements, you can only get the meal plan by purchasing the book "The Fat Flush Plan" by Ann Louise Gittleman.

You may want the plan for free but then would miss out on the whole plan. You would not succeed without reading and understanding why you are doing the plan in the first place.

When I first looked into this plan, I went looking for the plan online and when I finally took the advice of buying the book and I actually read it cover to cover it made sense to me as to why to eat the way I now do. It works, you just need to invest in it not just yourself but a little out of your purse too.
wayiwas

Joined: Oct 07
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Posted: 30 Dec 2007, 21:22
I agree with weebeeme- this isn't a quick "here's the menu" plan. The book becomes a research tool that you constantly will refer to. It's so worth the investment. It's on sale right now 15% off- at www.unikeyhealth.com. good luck

Oh & I definately feel better- not just due to weight- no bloating, no stomache aches, etc., I definately recommend this plan.
Pking

Joined: Oct 07
Posts: 229

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Posted: 30 Dec 2007, 23:33
Also on Amazon.com there are used copies for about $3.00 bucks:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/0071383832/ref=pd_bbs_olp_2?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1199079025&sr=1-2
"Junk food is one of those phenomenons where it taste good to the tongue, but once it gets in the stomach all hell breaks loose!"



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This is a great time to make your own cranwater while they are in season. I get a bag of cranberries for 99 cents here so you are saving bundles; it is however, a little time consuming.
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