Dr. Ian's Super Shred Diet

Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Physical medicine and rehabilitation specialist Dr. Ian Smith shares his new Super Shred Diet, which focuses on calorie disruption and negative energy balance to train your stomach to accept less food at each sitting. Dr. Ian explains that this new diet can help you lose up to 20 pounds in just four weeks!
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