If you’ve been disappointed before with fad diets, diet pills that promise rapid weight loss, we hope you will consider our time-release Weight Management patch!
With Proper Diet And Exercice You Can Lose Weight Safely and Permanently, And This Time-Release Patch Can Help! -Everybody's metabolism, body-type, age, health, and caloric intakes are different, but our time-release patch can help you burn body fat and lose extra pounds. You may want to slim down and lose only a few pounds to fit back into those jeans you were wearing last year, or lose weight for health reasons, or you may want to turn over a new leaf and reverse years of dietary neglect in exchange for a healthier, skinnier body.
You'll Never Feel Hyper Or Jittery! Our time-release patch will not cause any of the negative effects of so-called “fat-burners” like caffeine, ephedrine, or guarana, that are all commonly found in over-the-counter weight loss supplements and diet pills. Our patches will not cause jitters, racing heartbeat, or elevated blood pressure.
Advanced Fat-Burner for Athletes - This time-release patch may provide awesome results for any man or woman athlete who wants lower body fat ratios.
If You’re Not Into Exercise Don’t Worry, This Time-Release Patch May Still Help You! Just eat sensibly! That being said, if you can motivate yourself to take a “brisk” 30-45-minute walk 3 or 4 times a week, and eat sensibly, you’ll accelerate the process and enjoy the many health and fitness benefits that even moderate exercise will give you. If you’re not into walking, ride a bike, go for a swim, jog, or play your favorite sport. Anything that elevates your standing heart rate for 30-45 minutes is great cardio exercise.
Please take a moment to use our Body Mass Index Calculator to see which of the four US-CDC (United States Center For Disease Control & Prevention) weight categories you fall into. Just enter your height and weight and click on “Calculate”. We’ve also posted valuable information about risk factors on this page.
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