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SP_COACH_NANCY SparkPoints: (158,833)
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11/17/12 6:45 A

Hi Lex,

Weight loss and fat loss are not inclusive. I can drop 5 pounds doing a long run, but the minute I rehydrate my weight will come back up. Fat loss takes time and comes from a caloric deficit whether through diet, exercise or a little of both. Your body's liver and kidneys are really your best source of removing toxins.

Coach Nancy

KAPELAKIN Posts: 1,984
11/17/12 12:34 A

It won't do anything that working up a good sweat can't do.

MALASIL Posts: 66
11/16/12 11:44 P

I did this at a salon a few years ago. Save your money.

LEXAPAIGE Posts: 42
11/16/12 10:11 P

I have been reading up on at home body wraps to get rid of toxins. I know that the results aren't permanent and I don't plan on using that to lose weight, I'm just wondering if anyone has tried it? It sounds like fun.. I'm going to keep my diet and workout up, but I just wanted to hear about experiences with it?

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