Diet pills vs. weight loss?

I got up to 120 pounds recently, I know it doesn’t seem that bad, but it’s quite unhealthy for my height and it was all flab. I used Zylorin for a month and a week with healthy eating (LOTS of fresh produce) and a heavier workout routine (one hour of aerobics and one hour of pilates five times a week) and dropped 15 pounds. I stopped taking the pills and only work out three times a week (am still eating my healthy diet) and have maintained for three months. I always range between 100-110 depending on how I eat, what I eat, and what time of the month it is.

For forty pounds, I’d suggest talking with a doctor first because that is a significant amount. Definitely do aerobics and tredmill. They work wonders, but don’t overdo it because you’ll burn yourself out. Also, eat smaller portions and go as pure as you can when it comes to food choices. Don’t deny yourself what you want, but don’t eat the entire pie either, ya know??? Cooking with a “George Forman Grill” or using no-fat Pam is also a great way to cut back fat. Eat at least four hours before you go to bed. Chew slower and really enjoy the food you eat, because it takes our minds twenty minutes to realize we are full. A lot of people eat WAAAY to much in twenty minutes and then are stuffed by the end of the meal. Eating slower, with smaller bites and really chewing the food helps for better digestion and you’ll realize you’re full when you really are. Overeating and stuffing our stomachs to capacity are the main reasons for obesity.

The Zylorin helped boost what I was already doing but you definitely don’t need it. A lifestyle change is all you really need. You can check it out online (Just do a search) because it’s not available in stores.

My best friend did LA WeightLoss after the birth of her child and lost a little over 70 pounds in about a year. I definitely recomment them to anyone with a lot of weight to lose because they were VERY good and she lost weight every week. They are pricey, but they work.

Good luck!!!

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