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Commit to YORself
Truly the apple doesn't fall far from the tree. In my family everyone is pretty much a couch potato. In the past all I did was play video games and without eating the right foods, it caught up to me. All my life I was considered skinny, but once I reached college my luck began to run out. I started to gain weight and it showed; once a skinny kid, now an atrocity. I have now developed love handles, a double chin, and it just really affected my confidence. I was ashamed to take off my shirt at the beach; if I went to a pool or lake I always insisted on going with my shirt on. I was so insecure that I walked around everywhere for years with my gut sucked in and tried to build confidence by insuring that I was "A Sexy Beast". But in reality I couldn't be farther from that.

I wasn't morbidly overweight, but I was overweight at the beginning of the launch of YOR Health by about 20 lbs; as of right now I lost 22 lbs and counting. In the past I've tried all the products out there for weight loss. I even tried weight gain actually; see I tried to get bigger thinking that if I built fat that I could just turn it into muscle. That backfired; no muscle came, well not a lot...but fat came in abundance.

Back to the weight loss; for the most part it did its job, I was still overweight but it also didn't target some of my problem area such as my neck and abdomen. At first I really didn't believe in the products and just brushed them off and used them whenever...rarely actually. I tried diets in the past to lose weight but I wasn't consistent. I worked out, but that didn't work out. I tried other weight loss products, but got the same round-a-bout.

A few months ago my mentor, Mr. Sheel Patel came up to me and said, "If I really want to make it, you have to commit to yourself," so I took his words of wisdom and this is what I did: in my first 2 weeks I took the products as directed, never forgot them and took them everywhere, I even had my MRP with me in old vitamin bottles. I ate low calorie meals, mainly from Subway and did minor workouts and ran. With this I lost about 13 lbs in 2 weeks! I started at about 164 lbs and lowered to 142 lbs, I was never able to lose this much weight before. I'm actually at the weight I was when I was a junior in high school, to me that's incredible. My confidence is now far higher then before, the ladies are noticing me more (guys too). I was once a disbeliever, but now I'm convinced that we have the best product on the market, and this is only the beginning!
- Julio Acevedo, Chelsea, MA - US
*The testimonials contained on this website and any other publication or printed materials are provided by customers who have used at least one YOR Health product. Please be advised that the testimonials contained on this website and any other publication or printed materials reflect only the experiences of the customer who has provided the testimonial. YOR Health does not make any claim that such experiences are typical or are indicative of future performance or success of using one of their products.

The above individual’s results may not be typical. As of April 2024, those who completed 8 weeks in the weight loss category of YOR Best Body lost an average of 13.94 lb (6.32 kg), or 1.74 lb (0.79 kg) per week. When replacing 2 out of 5 mini-meals per day with a meal replacement shake, the average person should expect to lose 1-2 pounds per week. As with any reduced-calorie diet, the amount of weight you'll lose will depend on the number of calories you consume in proportion to your weight. Optimal results are achieved when following the product regimen in combination with a healthy diet and exercise program.

Individual results may vary. Factors that may affect your results include (but are not limited to) your metabolism, exercise routine, diet, smoking, pregnancy, current medications and any medical conditions. As with any health or fitness program, regular exercise and a sensible eating plan are essential to achieve long-term weight loss results. No customer was paid for a testimonial.