I feel like a YUMMY MUMMY

February 2010
NW;2/8/2010, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p91
The article presents information on how an Australian woman Jenny lost 25 kilos with the help of Bodytrim system. Jenny says that after giving birth to her third child, she realized she had become overweight. She tried to lose weight by working out for 2 hours daily, but it did not work. Then, she came to know about Bodytrim and lost 25 kilos in a few months only. She says that now she is much more confident and healthy.


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