Last year I lost over 50 pounds. I was very motivated and hard working. Now I'm in college and I've gained it all back. I rarely find time to work out and even when I do, Its so hard to make myself, and I usually have things that need to be done. I have a busy life and I am having so much trouble losing the weight. I need some tips! I've tried some diets but the problem is I can't always stick to them because sometimes I have to eat what ever is available at the time. I weighed 1117 and now I'm up to almost 150. Please help!
I was just wondering if u have tried taking Alli....Its and FDA appoved weight loss helper. It really does work i kno lots of people who have used it and i am currently using it. It keep ur body from absorbing all the fat u eat .
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