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Finally An Answer
I grew up a skinny child, but growing up in a Hispanic family my aunts and my mom used to pack piles of food on our family’s plate and make sure we finished all of it up, down to the last grain of rice. I would eat many big plates of food, soon it started catching up. When I got to middle school I started to notice that kids were pointing fingers at me. My friends would always say, "I would never fight him because he is huge!!" and all I was thinking was that I’m not even a fighter, I can't even hurt a fly. It didn't end at school either, being the middle child in the family I heard all types of negative remarks from, "you’re an idiot, you will never be worth anything, your fat and ugly!" so I grew up very negative.

As I got into High School, my self esteem dropped incredibly low that whenever I looked in the mirror I would hate myself more. I would call myself names and call myself useless. I would never talk to girls or anyone because whenever I would walk in a class room I would go in with the thought that nobody likes me; I shut myself of from the rest of the class. This was during my high school years. Then came that time of the year when everybody is excited about the biggest day of High School, THE PROM; everyone was so excited about it. I heard my friends talking about renting limos, what type of suits they were going to wear, and what girls they were going to ask to the prom. I personally didn’t go because I always thought that I had nothing going for me and no girl would want to go with an overweight kid that weighed over three hundred pounds.

I had no self worth which lead to me having suicidal thoughts at night. I also had a lot of thoughts like: What is my purpose, what am I doing here, if I were to die here would anybody miss me, did I impact anybody’s life? I never felt comfortable in my own skin throughout the school years, so I always kept to myself and always wanted to be alone; I always felt like nobody wanted to be around me.

When things seemed like it was at its worst, I was fortunate enough to bump into an old friend, and he introduced me to YOR HEALTH. I quickly got started because deep down inside I was in search of a miracle, something that would finally work for me after years of trying other products. I basically tried everything that said fat burner in it and nothing ever worked. When I got my products, I told myself, “here we go again Marlon.”

I was disappointed from previous attempts with other products so I was little bit skeptical. I took the products as directed. I was taking the MRP once in the morning for breakfast and at night for dinner along with the Essential Vitamin and CompleteBurn spread throughout the day. After the first week I lost weight and for what seemed to be the first time in my life I was actually happy.

Then I stayed consistent with all the products especially the MRP and CompleteBurn and now I am proud to say three months later I am 63 pounds lighter and feel great. I am not at the weight I want to be but through the support of my new friends and family in YOR HEALTH and the best products in the world I know I can achieve my goal weight and body. Thanks YOR HEALTH for giving me a new life and bringing me this miracle.
- Marlon Colindres, Waltham, MA - US
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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.