Dr. Theo Diktaban, M.D. one of the Super Doctors of New York City, has created a 30 second morning ritual that has helped him lose 35 lbs.

Now, his patients are following it and seeing amazing success as well.

And not only are they losing belly fat, but their skin is glowing, their hair is shinier and they look 10 years younger.

This ritual has nothing to do with diet or exercise.

While it can be used by anyone, it does seem to work best for people over 40 that are struggling to lose weight.

>> Do THIS every morning for just 30 seconds

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