“In my early 30s, I noticed that my weight was getting harder and harder to lose. Two years ago I did the 60-day Insanity challenge, and when I finished I had lost 18 pounds, but it wasn’t long before it had all packed back on. Sixty days of Insanity was exactly that—”Insanity”—and I could not imagine a lifetime of daily work outs like that to just to keep off 18 pounds. It shouldn’t be that hard.
“I caught the ad for RealDose and thought ‘Oh no, not another one of those videos,’ but I was curious. About halfway through it, it started to make sense to my bio major mind.
“It also caught my attention that they were going to give me 365 days to try it, and if it did not work, I’d get my money back. So on July 3rd, 2013, I began taking RealDose Weight Loss Formula No.1.
“I do not do any exercising, no Insanity. I am already a healthy eater, all organic, brown rice and no white carbs. By July 29, 2013, I had already lost enough weight to make my clothes loose and fitting better on me.
“After taking the pill for a few weeks now, I realized that I’m not as hungry, my portion size has easily gotten smaller, and my desire to binge eat has gone away. What I found the hardest to change was my mental desire to eat a lot. It’s the lifestyle change that one will need to adjust. Just because I used to eat 2 full meals at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., it doesn’t mean I need to do that now.
“You have to start thinking thin. Back when you were a kid and food wasn’t that important, you ate what you needed and were done. I remember when I was in my early 20s, I was very active and didn’t really want to eat. Now, with kids and a busy job, I find myself tired all the time and with no time to exercise.
“In addition to taking this, you probably should attempt to adjust your lifestyle as well. I think I might go exercise next week, but not quite up to it. It might make the pounds go off much faster, but I am pretty happy with the results from my first month already.”
“One more surprising thing that I had not counted on was the way I feel. My mood is upbeat, relaxed and I handle stress way better. I think for $1.66 a day, the benefits are worth it. Maybe I might even pick up Insanity again.”
Jeff Woo, Mid 30s
Father of 2
*Disclaimer: Results are not typical and can vary. There is no guarantee of specific results.