Has anyone tried the Xanthan Guar Gum Diet? When I was researching the Mini Gastric Bypass, this diet was suggested as an alternative. I downloaded the book. I would assume that it would work along the same lines as the Mini Gastric Bypass products and much cheaper!
someone had problems with the formula in the stomach , for doesn't go way, complication? My personal Dr. said...
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someone had problems with the formula in the stomach , for doesn't go way, complication? My personal Dr. said the formula can be stuck in the stoma I don't know I am little confuse , because I really want to use this . thanks RitaView Thread
It is better to ask or research for a lot of information about the product. I personally went to their website and get the chance to chat with one of their representative. I asked questions and their reply was valid enough for me. You could try it if you want.View Thread
You what's great about the product? Once weight goal is reached, you will be able to stop using the formula, and still maintain your new weight and improved health. Since, As you use the formula, your stomach shrinks in response to the low amount of food you're eating, so you will require smaller and less frequent doses over time. . So I guess, There's really no need for me to have maintaining plans. View Thread
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