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HUNGRY FOR CHANGE exposes shocking secrets the diet, weight loss and food industries don't want you to know about deceptive strategies designed to keep you coming back for more. Find out what's keeping you from having the body and health you deserve.Written by
Excellent. Enlightened. Changed my life and helping my loved ones.
http://www.hungryforchange.tv/first-20-minutes check out the website. if you trust that jack canfield, tony robbins, etc., endorse for the right reasons, then i hope you will ignore the previous reviewers comments which appear to be unfounded and not researched. it's not a 3 day cancer cure. it's a way for people who are suffering everywhere to try economical, healthy, non-cell killing options for healthy living and if they are sick.
when you sick, even an incremental improvement is appreciated and often motivates the person to do more.
or you can take the pills the $80k a year pharmaceutical rep is actually prescribing since doctors know very little about pharmaceuticals.
or you can follow the advice of a physician constrained by 15 minute appts and probably not one of the ~11% of doctors who have knowledge of nutrition -- and enter the vicious cycle that the medical, insurance companies and PHARMECUTICALS are in business to profit from.
test your doctor. ask them what the nutritional diet is for the diagnosis they've provided and try that first before taking any prescriptions (with doctor supervision). good luck.
Hippocrates said Let food be your medicine. duh.
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