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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.

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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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Review written by Patricia Seeley.

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