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Hello Friends I want to get a slim body and my friend suggest me you must use Acai Berry, it is a wonderful product to reduce weight. Is Acai Berry good for me please suggest me if someone has used before Acai Berry.
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acai is a natural herb that comes from a a berry. i take the acai noni slimming blend if you have any questions feel free to ask. and it has the acai berries in it
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From what I understand it isn't so much a weight loss miracle. I guess it is high in antioxidants which are generally healthy, and it is in the same family of berries as blueberries so you could eat those instead and have the same benefits.

If you want to lose weight, eat less food, eat healthier food, and get yourself off the couch and do something active outside. A year ago when I was considering the military I lost 40 pounds by replacing soda pop with water and junk snack foods with fruits and veggies and working out every day. One thing I did was while I was watching tv in the evenings, I would do 10 push ups and 10 sit ups in every commercial break, by the end of the evening that turned out to be over a hundred of each. That was in addition to my planned workout routine.
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How do you spell gimmick?

Stop trying to take the "easy way" to not being fat. Eat healthy and excersize. It's worked for a lot of people for a lot of years.
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well of course you have to excersise and eat better but the pills help curve your appetite and they aren't an energy pill like post that boost up your pulse rate.
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I guess it is high in antioxidants...
the anti oxidants actually help build your cells back up. plus its like your own personal b12 lifter
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You all do realize this is a spam setup, right?
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Originally I believe it was Mark (and I am still waiting for that response with a link in it), but it seemed to grab interest from other members. My wife even drinks Acai Berry drinks since it was on Oprah. I don't see the point in the stuff really, if you just eat right and exercise that is the best thing you can do for your body.
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I'm the last person that would ever try it. I struggle to stay above 145 lbs *lol.
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I never knew you were that light, how tall are you?
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5' 10" on a good day 140 lbs. Been same height and weight since high school
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Geez, I'm 5'5" and I have a hard time staying below 185.
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I'm 6'6" and lets just say 200 is my current goal but I usually hang out around 240.
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I sense a pattern, I'm 7'7" and sitting at a healthy 305.
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I sense a pattern, I'm 7'7" and sitting at a healthy 305.

lol didn't know that I communicate with giants here :lol:


I'm 5'8" and struggling to maintain 145 lbs... right now, I'm 145 lbs :D
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Trying really hard maintain my organic diet. But sometimes I slip in a few french fries. LOL
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And you're worried about a few pounds before you host your event? Sounds like you shouldn't be concerned.
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Trying really hard maintain my organic diet. But sometimes I slip in a few french fries. LOL


Thats always really interesting on those healthy living shows on tv when they keep track of everything someone eats for an entire week, then they lay it all out in front of them so that they can see the crap they've ingested. Its amazing how much nasty brown things and fried food there is. The best and simplest advice I ever got for eating healthier was to make my meals colorful, that means to make something like a salad with lettuce and spinach and purple cabbage, then add carrots and tomatoes and crumbled blue cheese.

One thing my wife does is she doesn't shop in the middle of the grocery store, she stays along the outer wall because thats where the fresh produce and stuff is at. And if high fructose corn syrup is one of the ingredients of something, we try and find an equivalent without it. When we cook at home, if something calls for sugar we substitute it either with stevia or with honey. There's all kinds of little tricks you can do that don't take any extra effort.
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I'm 34-27-35..... seems like I have to diet:(

Last night I only ate crackers duh:(
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And you're worried about a few pounds before you host your event? Sounds like you shouldn't be concerned.


I still have some problem areas. LOL

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I'm 34-27-35..... seems like I have to diet:(

Last night I only ate crackers duh:(


You should be careful with some crackers, some are sky-rocketing with calories, it's so not worth it.
I personally chose whole grain crackers. Only 80 calories per pack.

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