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7<div style="font-size:17px;font-family:arial;width:500px;padding:20px;text-align:left;margin-left:50px;"><b>Breakthrough research</b> published in the <i>Journal of Obesity</i> has revealed a simple trick you can do in your shower to boost metabolism, prevent heart attacks and TORCH fat!<br />
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11The average person loses <b>over 23 pounds</b>...<br />
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13It has an astonishing 98% success rate...<br />
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15It is 6x more effective than exercise....<br />
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17and 7x more effective than paleo, keto and even low calorie diets!<br />
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19And the best part? This &ldquo;Russian Bathing Ritual&rdquo; protects against one of the deadliest coronavirus side effects- sudden heart attack.<br />
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