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post #1 of 4 Old 02-21-2014, 03:09 PM Thread Starter
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Plexus Slim

Hi everyone! As we all know being fit and healthy for our horses is very important, so recently I decided to take the steps necessary to better myself for my horse. I started taking an all natural weight loss supplement called Plexus Slim. It was originally designed for people with diabetes, but they soon saw that it helped with weight loss as well. Not only have I lost weight and inches, my blood pressure has also dropped 8 points! I have a lot more energy and I can focus a lot better. I am now a Plexus Ambassador because I want more people to know about this awesome if you are interested! or hVe questions, feel free to message me and I will be glad to help!
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post #2 of 4 Old 03-25-2014, 01:52 PM
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It's so funny that you posted this; I have been reading about it recently trying to decide if it's worth the money to try it. On the website, it doesn't mention a diet or exercise change so my question is - is this really the case? Did you do nothing but add in the Plexus Slim to your current lifestyle or did you make other changes at the same time to contribute to your weight loss?
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As with all things involving weight loss, what you eat and how much is important :) But there are no counting calories and no starving yourself! I am able to eat pizza, pasta, bread, etc and STILL lose weight...I just watch what I eat through the day. Plexus also cuts down on your cravings so you don't eat as much. Exercise is not necessary, but encouraged. Plexus pulls toxins out of the body and paired with the Accelerator pill will accelerate weight loss. You also need to drink half your body weight, in ounces, of water each day to help flush the toxins out.
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post #4 of 4 Old 03-25-2014, 02:21 PM Thread Starter
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I have not increased my exercise (which is working at the barn and riding horses) and I have been losing weight. I plan on joining a gym, simply because I want to and I've wanted to for awhile now.
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