COLORAD
By Michael Rhodes

 

 

Do you find yourself tired all time, even after a good night's sleep? Do you look in your closet and see a lot of great clothing that just doesn't fit anymore? Have you tried all those fad diets, but just couldn't stay on them because the list of do's and don'ts is as long as a bad mystery novel?

Well then you're just like me and a whole lot of other people. So listen up because I have something you will want to know about. Three weeks ago I got a phone call from Dr. Connie Stomper about this product she distributes called Calorad. I had never heard of it and after asking me the same questions I asked you at the beginning of this review, she proceeded to tell me more about the product.

In 1984 Michael Grise, a scientist for the private and public sector, was asked to formulate a product that would eliminate the "fatty syndrome" in poultry (fat chickens stop laying eggs). The results: diminished fat, more muscle and better production. Soon the beef, pork and dairy industries experienced the same results.

Michael decided to reformulate the product for human use. Once again, the results were spectacular. Thousands of people have lost fat and inches and gained muscle.

Well, I asked the same question that most of you are thinking, "Does this really work?" Connie's response was "Yes." She told me she had lost almost 20 pounds in two months on Calorad. Then she said, "Don't just take my word for it, I'll send you a bottle to review and you can tell your readers what you think."

I have been using it for a little more than three weeks now and while I haven't noticed a big change in my weight, my pants and shirts are a bit looser. I also need less sleep each night and my energy level is much greater.

The best thing is all you have to do to use Calorad is to not eat three hours before you go to bed. That is a good thing anyway, and take a tablespoon (two capfuls) of Calorad just before you go to bed. That's it, no lie!

For information, call Dr. Connie Stomper at (310) 967-4151


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