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Another thought: Because you haven't organically, nor freely re-conditioned yourself to stop eating upon satiety, without 'sprinkling' ... odds are, when you cease the practice, you're likely to pick up those over indulgent habits and weight. In theory. What’s oddly overlooked these days, is that our bodies are naturally designed to relay signals that we’re full. We have, for so long, just ignored these messages. I’d certainly entertain, eating slowly and realistically assessing your true level of hunger and fullness - during meals. Something tells me, relying on that method will be immensely superior to anything a doctor can conjure up in a lab.
So, here’s my plea … don’t get sucked into those displays at Target! Turn the channel when that infomercial comes on (which is hard for me, as an infomo-junkie). Save your $60+ and go buy a gym membership, splurge at your local farmers’ market or tuck it away for that goal bikini you’ve had your eye on!
I suppose the phrase "there are no magic pills for weight loss," is no longer sufficient. So ... FYI, there aren’t any magic crystals either.