By simply changing your approach to food, you can do all this and more:
1. Lose fifteen pounds or more, in just three weeks!
2. Eat as much as you want and still lose weight.
3. Increase your metabolism, naturally.
4. Cut your cholesterol in half, without medication!
5. Virtually eliminate your risk of diabetes. If you are diabetic, reduce your insulin requirements, and possibly discontinue medication altogether.
6. Cut your risk of high blood pressure in half. If you have hypertension, reduce your blood pressure naturally, without medication.
7. Improve your memory.
8. Prevent and reverse heart disease, without invasive procedures or expensive medication.
9. Be twice as active as your friends.
10. Live longer.
Sweets, Greens, Beans, Seeds. It's that simple.
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