[Fan Club] LCHF Lifestyle - Part 3

Freshy

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They no sell blue now...sianz.

Btw, ACV with snake grass water... Not bad.. :D
ACV with gin n ice also nice.. Haha
 

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went qbfood today... got 1.6kg of grass fed ribeye and 1.8kg of grass fed striploin

eat grass liao :(
 

saiyan2005

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Some tea detox program. Supposed to reduce bloated was, help weightloss, reduced fats etc.

And when I check out the ingredients look ok.

oh usually i dont trust this type of thingy haha. just eat clean and exercise. i think bragg acv is the best
 

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Some tea detox program. Supposed to reduce bloated was, help weightloss, reduced fats etc.

And when I check out the ingredients look ok.

It's strange that you still need this if you are already on LCHF. Becos you should have benefited from this lifestyle. :s11:
 

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SkinnyMint Teatox going around FB like very popular.
Thinking of trying....
Should I should I ??

Some tea detox program. Supposed to reduce bloated was, help weightloss, reduced fats etc.

And when I check out the ingredients look ok.

Just stick to lchf will do.

The tea supposedly uses 'natural laxative' and 'natural diuretics' but why do we need to intentionally introduce these into our diet?

I presume the weightloss and reduced bloating comes from the more frequent bowel movement and urination after consuming said product.

That said, there should be short term result. Long term wise, a lifestyle change instead of a diet program would be more appropriate.
 

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