Any advice or pointers would be appreciated.

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bwid

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Posted: 22 Jul 2009, 14:38
I am going to start the Fat Flush plan on Monday and wanted to know any advice people can share on using and prepping for this diet. Thanks in advance!
startingover

Joined: Mar 08
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Posted: 23 Jul 2009, 06:35
you really have to ditch all sugar! even bubble gum! good luck!- check my original hitory under name wayiwas- i chewed gum and had to start diet over!
KMayer

Joined: Jul 09
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Posted: 24 Jul 2009, 01:09
Yeah. DON'T DO IT! The Fat Flush plan is one of those systems that restricts a person so much that all the work they did is often negated by a bing once it's over. Also, your system is rebooted and once you start eating more regularly, as one eventually does even if it's healthy, you start to see a weight gain again. A better idea is to read the book and take the information with a grain of salt. Many of the tips are good for anyone looking to lose weight or be generally more healthy. As a plan though, it has amjor set backs... just an opinion.
Noel A

Joined: Mar 09
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Posted: 24 Jul 2009, 11:32
View my most recent journal entry for a suggested eating plan. I don't work for the company and am not trying to sell anything. It's just a plan I REALLY believe can work!
jessyline

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Posted: 24 Jul 2009, 21:23
I did the FFP 2 weeks, when I came back from holidays. Just to go back on track after 2 weeks of overindulgence! like Kmayer said, read the book and use it like a guideline, not like an exact science...
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