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GetFit Gluten Free 7-Day Weight Loss Program

If you're like me, you are excited about the upcoming holiday season, but also a little anxious about it. No, not the shopping part...the eating part!

Female GetFit Gluten Free 7-Day Weight Loss ProgramEach year I step on the scale and wish I had done something to better prepare my body for the additional calories that are to come during November and December. Well this time I did do something. I just completed the GetFit Gluten Free 7-Day Weight Loss Program.

This weight loss program is easy and convenient. All you do is go onto their website, create an account, select the meals you want for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, then pay with a credit card. Within a couple of days you will have delicious, healthy, pre-cooked meals delivered to your doorstep. There is no need for calorie counting, no mixing powder with liquids, no cooking, and best of all: no doing dishes!

Along with the food, you get a handy "how to" guide, which gives suggestions on what to drink with your meals, how often you should exercise, and other helpful tips. This company "gets it" when it comes to healthy eating, and they sincerely want you to succeed with your weight loss goals, whatever they are.

The average weight loss using their program is 4-5 pounds or more a week, and if you have more than that to lose simply do the program for 2 to 3 weeks longer, or even a month. The price is reasonable, and there are no sugars/high fructose corn syrup, soy, or artificial anything in this food, and their customer service department rocks.

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A few hours after I ordered I received a phone call welcoming me as a new customer. What other company does that? None I know of. Mind blown. Don't waste another minute fooling around with anything else.

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Review written by Patricia Seeley.

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