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You Forever Slim by David Olsen

You Forever Slim

by David Olsen

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Have you been successful in dieting in the past only to gain it all back? If so, You Forever Slim was written for you. The secret to losing weight is no secret at all. You must eat less and exercise more. Nearly all diets are based on this simple formula. Why is it then that 95% of people who lose weight dieting end up gaining the weight back within 2 years? The reason is because we are taught how to lose weight, but not keep it off. The You Forever Slim diet takes a totally different approach to weight loss. It is not about drastically cutting calories and making unsustainable changes to your life. The You Forever Slim diet helps you make small, simple changes in how you eat, what you eat, and how you think. These small changes are practiced until they become part of your lifestyle.

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