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LOW CARB: Ketogenic Diet & Sugar Detox: 2-in-1 BOXSET(Sugar Cravings, Ketogenic Diet, Sugar Addiction, Low Carb)


English | June 15th, 2016 | ASIN: B01H2JF1O6, ISBN: 1517001625 | 56 Pages | EPUB | 0.18 MB

Does sugar run your life? Are you trying to detox? Trying to lose weight? Have you tried multiple diets only to fail due to intense sugar cravings? Do you find it hard to stop your intake of sugar once you've begun?

Look no further, this "Sugar Detox & Ketogenic Diet for Weight Loss" 2 IN 1 Boxset, is Your Guide. In "Sugar Detox", we provide you with unconventional techniques and tools to detox your body of sugar. We also include a 4-Week Action Plan so that all you; the reader, have to do is simply follow the guidelines; implementing the tips and strategies inside. In "Ketogenic Diet for Weight Loss", we provide a clear cut guide to how to implement a ketogenic diet; from groceries, recipes, how to make the transition smooth, things to consider, to what to expect, and much much more. Ready to take your control back?

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