This Simple Method helped my mom 'Drop 3 Dress Sizes' in record time

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Anti-aging and weight loss specialist Dr Edward Walker, has just announced the surprising real root cause of unexplainable weight gain…and its NOT eating excessive sugar or carbs, as once believed, but from an ancient calorie-burning cell that has almost disappeared in every overweight person over the age of 35.

Your weight gain is not your fault, without this cell, it’s almost impossible to lose weight, no matter what you try.

He revealed this NEW “Exotic Rice Method” that supercharges the production of these cells and rapidly liquifies fat cells, even the most stubborn areas that diet and exercise struggled to touch. And best of all, once its gone, its gone for good.

The $78 billion weight loss industry has deliberately kept this easy all-natural method for lasting weight loss hidden, as it threatens their massive profits.

Watch the FREE video now to see how you can start using this NEW simple method at home today.

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