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calibud8

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Posted: 30 Jan 2008, 16:37
i'm apparently technically challenged. can someone help point me to the recipes/tips for phase 1. i'm starting tomorrow!

any tips and advise is greatly appreciated. thanks and hope to "meet" you all soon Smile
weebeeme

Joined: May 07
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Posted: 30 Jan 2008, 16:56
Go to www.annlouise.com and go to 'the forum' for support, phase 1, 2 and 3 recipes!
DOOLEY

Joined: Apr 07
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Posted: 30 Jan 2008, 17:25
also try the i-village website. You can get a Fat flush list of recipes there too. It is a fun website
calibud8

Joined: Jan 08
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Posted: 31 Jan 2008, 08:30
thanks, Ladies!
weebeeme

Joined: May 07
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Posted: 03 Feb 2008, 16:10
Two places...

www.annlouise.com hit the 'forum' tab at the top and go to phase 1 recipes.

also www.ivillage.com has a section for Fat Flush that has a ton of recipes too.

Good luck!



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