Stubborn Fat Gone!™: Discover Think Fit™ to Turn Off Stress and Lose 1.5 lbs. Every Day
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Most likely the fat that bothers you most is belly fat. Despite exercising and eating a diet low in Sugar Calories, you’re still stuck with that stubborn fat. So what’s the missing link?
Breakthrough research has confirmed that combining the right diet with the right mind-set is the secret to eliminating the most stubborn of all fat – belly fat. Stress is the number one reason so many of are led to self-sabotage when trying to eat well, but following Jorge Cruise’s revolutionary Carb Control™ will curb your cravings and balance your hormones. Let Jorge guide you with daily planners full of easy, toss-together meals, and you can lose up to 11 lbs. in your first week alone!
much or how little weight you want to lose, you absolutely can do it if you just believe in yourself!” — Anthony Eleanor lost 78 lbs. Anthony lost 210 lbs. Maria lost 155 lbs. Jon lost 40 lbs. Amber lost 54 lbs. Michelle lost 86 lbs. Kelly lost 68 lbs. Kelli lost 30 lbs. Michelle lost 20 lbs. Darla lost 25 lbs. Ashlee lost 92 lbs. Deborah lost 72 lbs. Rosalie lost 85 lbs. Gloria lost 20 lbs. “All you have to do is
house: the kitchen. As you’re thinking about food, the fuel for your body, you’ll also be thinking about the fuel for your soul—your passion. What really feeds you? “If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got.” — Robert J. Kursar I AM CHANGING THE WAY I THINK ABOUT FOOD. TRACKER WEEK 3 DAY 15 Breakfast: The Stubborn Fat Gone Shake Snack: � cup sunflower seeds Lunch: Tossed Italian Salad: Toss together � cup steamed, chopped
fill each mushroom with 1 Tbsp. pesto, shredded mozzarella cheese, black olives, and chopped cooked bacon. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese and place in oven for 5 minutes. Treat: one glass red wine (15 Sugar Calories) Exercise (optional): Do a high-intensity interval training workout. Think Fit™ We’ve talked a lot about change and the many positive choices you’ve been making. One way to look at it is that you’re fixing and recharging your life; in other words, you’re changing things for the better.
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Baked beans, original, Bush’s Best (¼ cup) = 116 SUGAR CALORIES Black beans, cooked (½ cup) = 92 SUGAR CALORIES Chickpeas (garbanzo beans) (½ cup) = 65 SUGAR CALORIES Edamame, shelled (soybeans) (½ cup) = 40 SUGAR CALORIES Hummus (2 Tbsp.) = 16 SUGAR CALORIES Kidney beans (¼ cup) = 40 SUGAR CALORIES Lentils (¼ cup) = 40 SUGAR CALORIES Pinto beans (¼ cup) = 44 SUGAR CALORIES CARBOHYDRATES Breads and Tortillas Bagels, honey whole wheat (1) = 224 SUGAR CALORIES Bread, sprouted whole grain