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Hands Up For Holistic Beauty and Slimming

There’s no end to the beautifying, spa-ing and slimming industry….an honest statement deserving of a nod from you readers! Although I have never tried one of ‘em slimming programs before (too expensive and painful, I believe), I’ve tried home slimming remedies before. None of them worked, actually. I am particularly opposed towards taking drinks or medications that make you puke and sit on the throne for hours and causing havoc to your to your digestive systems! Listen, if you want to slim down and detox at the same time, you try Juvanex, which works.

I’ve written lots of times before too about what I think of all that U-Zap, I-Zing, U-Lose, They-suck contraptions that you put on affected areas. Manufacturers are making off with truckloads of money while they hand you a package of ‘false hope’. Being a firm believer that weight-loss and beauty begins from within, I’ve invested in lots of books that teach me how to live properly, eat properly, exercise properly for the overall health revamp. There’s no electrical appliance in the world that can compare to internal beauty that translates into physical beauty.

For less than what you would spend on a bottle of diet pills or OO-Long tea, why not go for something more holistic. For example, something like this diet. At the end of the day, not only will you look better, you’ll also FEEL better. You walk with a slight strut because your system works better after going through the program.

I can’t say I’ve tried it out myself, but after reading through what’s on the site, I might just decide to.


Anonymous said…
Hi Marsha, it's been a while since I visited. Busy, busy.

Come to wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas and a happy New Year.
Marsha M said…
Hi Judy! Nice of you to drop by to wish me Merry Christmas! you too, ok? Ho Ho Ho!!!
Anonymous said…
Just came by your blog from blog-hopping. See that you started blogging for money. I don't have a very pleasant experience with this, so, no comment. Hope your experience is better! Cheers and good luck. Will come back more often.


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