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Do you need to know how to lose 15 pounds fast?

Do you have a special event to go to that requires you to get into the killer outfit that has been in your wardrobe for years, that you have never been able to fit in to?

An old school reunion perhaps, where you want to show your old college buddies that you, unlike most of them, have not fallen in to the middle age spread trap?

Or are beach holidays looming fast and you simply cannot face another year of covering up your body, too embarrassed even to go for a healthy swim?

Whatever your reason for wanting to lose weight you know you need to shed 15 pounds of unwanted fat as quickly, but as safely, as possible.

In this report I am going to share with 15 killer strategies for losing those 15 pounds that will get you in to that killer outfit and impress your friends.

For more information on weight loss techniques try Truth About Abs


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Step 1: Make Use of An Old Dairy

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What's the first thing I think anyone who wants to lose weight should do? Keep a food diary. All you have to do is write down what, when, and approximately how much you eat and drink every day in a notebook. No need to try and figure out calories at this stage.  It is simply an exercise designed to make you more aware of your current eating habits so you can identify what changes need to be made to lose weight. This food consciousness also helps you to plan healthy meals and snacks.
jodiemorrison (author)  lemonie3 years ago
Thanks for your add lemonie.

Yeah that's a great tip - spicey food is a great metabolism booster, not to mention delicious - ha!

Thanks once again.

Whoa, I thought you were just spamming the website (Remember to go to Truth About Abs for more weight loss advice.) - thanks for the reply.
It that your actual body in the profile-pic?

jodiemorrison (author)  lemonie3 years ago
Hi Lemonie

Thanks for your reply.

Oh I am really sorry that it looks spammy. Yes I can see why. I was trying to create an informative article, and share what I have learnt though my weight loss journey in the hope it would be of benefit to others.

The reason I created the blog is that I am a great fan of the program as it really helped my with my weight loss struggle. I liked it so much as it's a safe and sensible program - no starving yourself, no need to buy strange foods, and no need to miss out essential food groups from your diet. Oh and no need to go to the gym, exercises can be done at home - hoorah!

However whilst I like to shout from the rooftops how delighted I am with the results and to let others know how I got on with it, I should be careful not to push it on people so apologies again for that, it was not my intention.

The program did have its downsides too, such as promoting drinking lots of green tea - which quite franky, I don't feel did anything for me - ha! And I have tried to give a unbiased review on my blog, which I hope is helpful for anyone looking to buy, however it may equally help them decide that it is not for them.

As for the photo, no its not me. I do have flat abs now, but cannot seem to get a good photo of them. Whenever I try to take it myself all that comes out is skin, and the other half is equally as bad all you get is a blurred belly button at best!!

Will try to get a photo somehow and get it uploaded as soon as.



Glad it works; that sort of commentary - your experience - should go in here, it would add a lot of value.

The profile-picture could be described a disingenuous or dishonest. Coupled with the web-link it looks like "marketing". You could just use a picture of your face instead if your torso don't photograph too well?