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The 2 Week Diet Was Developed By Brian Flatt, A Nutritional

The 2 Week Diet was developed by Brian Flatt, a nutritional expert, fitness trainer, and author. The dietary plan offers to enable you to shed around 19 pounds of extra fat in only Fourteen days (14 days). Additionally this diet also intentions to enable you to strengthen parts of your muscles, decrease cellulite, and improve energy. They are quite a remarkable level of claims for almost any diet. It’s not a secret that lots of people going to shed weight realize that discovering a diet regime that works well is often as expensive at is frustrating. With the a large number of diet programs on the multi-billion dollar global dieting industry, just a disappointingly low number actually often work. The good thing is the 2 Week Diet regime put together by Brian Flatt is really a proven manner in which will help anyone drop between 1-2 pounds of extra fat each day. Better yet there’s you don’t need to take expensive gimmick supplements, spend hours slaving during a workout session or adopt a poor eating regimen. Already the diet plan plan has brought social media marketing by storm, and helped many people drop excess fat that hitherto may be near impossible to get rid of. As we’ Continue reading >>

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  1. OtterDoodle

    Has anyone here heard of the “Vedda Blood Sugar Remedy”?? It’s supposed to be based off of a tribe in Sri Lanka that has no diabetes/blood sugar problems because of this 'miraculous' diet. My dad (Type II) is currently into it. He’s already spent $30 on the PDF and was saying how he wants to buy more bonus material (the first payment is for a PDF, but apparently if you pay an additional fee, you get the special remedy shortcuts document). When I poked and probed, I found out that he was hooked on this amazing remedy for diabetes/blood sugar after seeing an ad on it. I’ve tried to research it online but all my Googling has come up with zero tangible evidence. There are some “testimonials” on them, but even the few supposed independent websites reviewing it just don’t seem legit and use more or less the same words.
    It sounds (and feels) so sketchy and scammy, but I have no proof, just a gut feeling which I know won’t fly when I try to tell my parents not to throw more money at this random website. Help!
    Update: Thanks guys! I knew I should've gone with my gut. I've glanced at some pages of the PDF, and though the info doesn't seem too damaging (aka. they're not making any claims like buy these magical pills and cure diabetes forever - more like dietary changes), I'm still pretty wary. I just want my Dad to be safe, healthy, and happy! Looks like I'm going to have a long chat with my parents about learning to take things on the Internet with a fist of salt... and some extra Googling.
    Edit: Added some details and changed some wording at the beginning because I realise it kinda sounds like I'm supporting this craziness when that couldn't be further from the truth.

  2. njb42

    If you can't find any information on it without buying the PDF, it's a scam.
    If there's no information on Google except links to sites selling the PDF, it's a scam.
    If someone promises you a magic bullet to cure diabetes, it's a scam.
    Conclusion: Scam.
    The only "cure" for type II is diet and exercise. Stop eating crap, get off your ass. Lose weight and you might reverse type II. Some miracle berry from Sri Lanka isn't going to do it for you.
    Edit: I didn't mean to be harsh. I just want people to learn from my mistake. I've had type II for 20 years and I kept thinking I'd start my diet ... tomorrow. Now I weight over 300lbs and I'm insulin-dependent, probably for life. Don't be me.

  3. Unidentified_Remains

    To add another point to this....
    Anything, ANYTHING, that has tiered levels of knowledge, where you essentially "buy your way to enlightenment" is a scam.

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