The Ultimate Secret To Weight Loss
I met Inga at a seminar and was curious about hypnosis and her weight-loss program. I recently turned 55 and have been on a steady weight gain for five years, resulting in 40 pounds. For the last three years I have literally tried everything resulting in $5,000 to $7,000 a year in expenses to no avail. My first meeting with Inga I was ...
Jill - Atlanta, GA
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