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SLIMMERKIWI SparkPoints: (135,798)
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7/9/13 3:35 A

By "Medi Clinic" do you mean the 'weight-loss' one where you have pills and quick losses? If so, below are some links that you may find helpful:
www.sparkpeople.com/resource/nutrition_art
icles.asp?id=395


Below is a copy/paste from a previous thread on this subject:

" It's a very low calorie (500/day) diet based on eating regular foods. Supplements and vitamin injections (amino acids, B-12, chromium), as well as prescription appetite suppressants may be used as well, if needed. The program includes a complete patient management tool, detailed scale and behavior modification. The company's Vita-Super Daily Supplement is taken as a tablet once a day with meals, and provides essential vitamins and minerals."

IF THIS is what you are talking about, please DO NOT DO IT!!!! SAVE your money, and ultimately, save your health. Eat PROPER food and eat ENOUGH to sustain your weight-loss journey, and maintain for the rest of your life!

Kris

COURTNEYANNE86 SparkPoints: (20)
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7/8/13 4:03 P

I am about to start the Medi Clinic next month and I would like to have some people to talk to and keep in contact through email or even here on the board.

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