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Date:9/14/2013

e body is simply left to look and function at its highest levels – leaving Fat Loss Factor devotees to look and feel healthier, more alive and more productively than ever before.

Running over a period of 12 weeks, the Fat Loss Factor weight loss program starts with a detoxing period in the first 2 weeks that is achieved by eating natural organic foods. Following along the next 10 weeks, the program slowly layers in more healthy workout, eating, cooking, shopping and positive thinking habits, all while the body continues to shed layer upon layer of unwanted fat. The end result: a body free from the burdens of unwanted weight and free from the vicious fat building cycle that toxins perpetuate.

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