stopped taking it a few months ago, but still have not lost the weight. but haven't been exercising cos i hurt my ribs. and eating junk too. going on stillmans diet. low carb low fat to lose th 10 lbs i gained on amberen. think we can sue them???? lol.View Thread
gosh i think maybe amberen is why i have gained 10lbs.i thought it was my age, 53,but no matter what i do, exercise, eat right,i can't lose those 10lbs and i have never had trouble like this losing weight. all i read said it was good for losing weight. i am going to stop taking it as of today and see what happens. will keep everyone posted. edyView Thread
too have been taking amberen and have gained about 10lbs, even tho i exercise and eat right most of the time. and justcannot lose the 10bls. i just thought it was cos i am 53yrs old now. did you stop taking the amberen and did you lose the weight? thanks for your help. edyView Thread
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