I gained like 25-30 pds over the last few months and i was watching Dr. Oz one day and he talked about 3 supplements that you can take to lose belly fat without diet and exercise. He highly recommended Gamma Linolenic Acid. I order my first bottle 2 days ago and I am hoping that this works for me. My plan is to take the supplements, changed my eating habit and exercise. Now my question for you, do you know if GLA really works? On Dr. Oz website a female made a comment about Chitoscan and she said it really works so I was wondering if I should do that one instead of GLA.
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