And she was forced to lose all her excess weight (all 38 lbs of it)...by NOT doing the usual 'healthy' things like dieting, drinking water to burn fat,or to exercise.
She lost 38 lbs in a few short weeks...simply by doing this shocking act...that has doctors in an uproar.
P.S. 100,988 others who saw the video lost an average of 37 lbs... simply by following the exact fat melting protocol here done by this woman.
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