My wife and I are middle-agers and committed to losing weight and improving our lifestyle. We recently tired a 30 day routine of Plexus with much disappointment. We do feel better, but believe this is due to better eating, rest, and beginning to exercise. Can you recommend the best weight loss and cleanse products? Even if the Plexus had worked as expected, we can't afford the $200/month....or don't want to. A local full-gym membership isn't but about 25 bucks...are we just overlooking the obvious? Exercise, Eat Right, Sleep enough, and Drink plenty of water? We do feel the cleanse thing might be worth something.View Thread
How can I post a new question? My wife and I are middle-agers and trying to improve our life-style and recently tried PLexus to much dissappointment. Can you recommend cleanse and weight-loss products? Or do we just need to eat less, exercise more, drink water, and rest.View Thread
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