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August 16, 2007


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Hello, This is Mary

I am 36 years old with 2 toddlers. My youngest just started day care last week- which still feels a little strange. I haven't had this much time to myself in years. First thing I want to do is lose the extra pounds I put on during the last pregnancy. One of the girls next door has suggested I join her walking group two days a week. After my first pregnancy I lost around 35 pounds using the Herbalife products, but when I called the man that sold them to me three years ago he told me this week he doesn't sell them anymore. He told me to look on the internet. It's disappointing because he was really nice and he called me regularly to make sure I was using their products correctly. It was nice to have someone checking in with me every week to see how I was and it kept me motivated.

I searched on the internet for someone that sells Herbalife in New Jersey. I found many websites but I don't want
just to buy the products, I want to find someone trustworthy that sells the products so I can also meet them and get started again.

Could anybody here recommend someone in New Brunswick?.

Thanks, Mary

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Walk for life.

Walk for the environment.

Walk to save money and save the future in many ways.

Walking is the best!

Great post.

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Walking is the best and easiest way to get fit.

Government should encourage everyone to walk more and reduce the use of car. Good for health and good for environment. It's a win-win situation!


typo alert - lose weight, not loose.

Kristina Cowan

I agree with the idea that more walking would benefit individuals and communities alike. Walking to the corner store should never go out of style--especially since it can help combat congestion AND obesity.

I touched on the merits of walking in one of my recent blog-posts (see link connected to my name).

Kristina Cowan
Senior writer

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