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JO88BAKO SparkPoints: (308,639)
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5/4/14 12:30 A

no thanks

ETHELMERZ SparkPoints: (251,143)
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Posts: 18,801
5/3/14 11:53 P

Don't let these snake oil companies get your money, how often must it be said?

MJEFFERSON23 SparkPoints: (32,691)
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Posts: 1,280
5/3/14 10:39 P

I haven't heard of this one, but I do drink EAS protein shakes along with healthy food.

5/1/14 2:06 P


Why do we still continue to hope for short cuts to weight loss?

SANDICANE Posts: 3,400
5/1/14 2:02 P

No, no diet liquid protein for me...real food only.

JLAMING263 Posts: 4,706
5/1/14 1:56 P

if it sounds too good to be true then it probably is. Real results, worth keeping require real work... emoticon

MANDIETERRIER1 Posts: 17,277
5/1/14 1:56 P

I googled and yes it is a scam. A very old scam. These things go in and out of fashion.

There is no pill made that can search out an burn fat. It is just not possible. If it worked we wouldn't need Spark People.

Of course one of their sales reps will create a fake account and post about their success in 3...2...1

BRAKAI02 SparkPoints: (21,467)
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Posts: 776
5/1/14 1:32 P

Has anyone tried the No Diet liquid protein advertised on the radio? Just curious if anyone has used it and has had any real results. It pretty much sounds too good to be true.

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