From: Metabolic Breakthrough
To: Dean Sanpei,
Subject: Study Exposes Controversial New Diet
Date: Sun Nov 17 00:20:39 MST 2013

How To LOSE 20-40 Lbs in 2013? (Hint: Eat this 1 TINY Fruit)...

How To LOSE 20-40 Lbs in 2013?

(Hint: Eat this 1 TINY Fruit)...

September 10, 2013 (New York, NY): In a recent study by fat loss expert and two-time "Trainer of the Year" Billy Beck III, over twenty of his clients LOST between 20-40 lbs each...

Their secret?

Eating 1 TINY Fruit that is literally taking the diet industry by storm...

To learn about this surprising fruit and exactly how it helped Billy's clients shed their excess fat, CLICK BELOW TO WATCH THE VIDEO:

*Note: The best news of all is you DON'T have to hire an expensive personal trainer to replicate these results at home... you just need to get your hands on some of this 1 TINY Fruit.

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