SholakM...let me get this straight. As of today [Wednesday 02/13/13> WebMD shows you made your post 10 months ago. That means you posted sometime in April of 2012. You stated in your post that you ordered your product "early this year, January". Which would mean, logically, you ordered the product in January of 2012.
You further state in your post that (and I quote), "It's not a miracle formula, but I did lost 43lbs from it"
So from sometime in January whenever you got the product to whenever you posted in April (a period of four months) you lost 43 pounds?!?!
I don't know your age, health or fitness level, but an average of 11 pounds a month lost just taking that product DOES sound like a miracle formula. Or maybe you just didn't do your math before you posted (???) If you still read these posts please let us all know.
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