But before you do a little happy dance or treat yo’ self to the chocolate hiding in your freezer behind the broccoli, it’s worth knowing if you legit lost weight or you’re just dehydrated.
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An advertorial is not science. It is not an advertisement. It is something between. The remarks here may or may not be true. They could be dangerous.
Folk lore has been lauding the virtues of vinegar for a long time. Whether there is scientific evidence to support this claim remains to be seen. Beware of easy solutions! And crash diets are not good for you.
We like Braggs, by the way! Great on salads.
Amanda Haughman, a student at Cornell University, was able to drop 27lbs off her waist in 1 month without ever using a dime of her own money. Amanda is studying nutrition sciences at Cornell, and for a required research project Amanda thought it would be perfect to use university funds to find out how to ‘hack’ her weight loss. According to Amanda, “the most expensive piece of it all was actually finding what worked. But the actual solution only cost about $5.”
Hello there beautiful people of the interwebs. Today I wanna catch you up on some of the progress that I have been making in regards to a couple of things. Some of you may or may not remember but I have been in the middle of a weightloss/fitness journey and a drawing challenge that I started for myself. […]