Record low interest rates in the UK is causing a headache for savers. Keeping money in the bank with a paltry return is questionable, yes your money is secure but it will produce little growth.
You could of course take a risk and invest in stocks and shares, which despite the Britexit are still performing well but are you prepared to risk you hard earned savings.
I am something of an entrepreneur and in the last few months have been experimenting by using some of my savings and purchasing a diet product online and then reselling it at a profit on the likes of Ebay
Unlike most MLM products this one is priced at a level the market can bear and allows for a small profit after taking into account packing, posting and delivery cost. I purchase the product for $500 and for every $500 I spend I make $65 or 0.13% which compares favourably with the 0.01% I would receive from my bank.
Many people, myself included, are wary of joining an MLM which have a bad reputation due to high costs and the real possibility that the products are too expensive and are difficult to sell to even friends or family.
The company has a great compensation plan and in the first month I received $100 bonus.
The weight loss Coffee also produces results for its customers
My first exposure to this coffee was about three months ago. Before I had never heard of such a product but apparently there have been other attempts from other companies that didn’t do so well.
A good indication that a weight loss product is not effective is when you are encouraged to eat and exercise differently. Not that there is anything wrong with that advice but you will lose weight anyway doing that.
So when I found out this coffee had no extra suggestions for its use other than drink it everyday I must say I was intrigued. So I tried it and I found it to be very effective at assisting you to lose weight. I say assisting because this product doesn’t contain any unknown magical ingredients it’s just formulated very well.
The main ingredient that gets results in the coffee is garcinia Cambogia. A supplement derived from a fruit called tamarind. It effectively kills your appetite especially if you have it first thing before eating anything else.
So my results went like this. I lost weight on average every week for four weeks at about 5 lbs per week. I plateaued at 185 in about six weeks and began to think the ride was over. But I think maybe because I do some exercise (I attend Krav Maga classes once a week) I may have been gaining muscle mass while I was slimming down. I also noticed my waist shrunk down about three inches.
You will find in testimonials that different people will have different results. I think the body has its set point where it just won’t lose weight anymore and me being 5’9 perhaps healthy for me is around 185 lbs. The point is my waist is smaller and I don’t mind being in public with my shirt off now because I shed most of the fat that made me feel uncomfortable.
So I still use this coffee daily just to maintain my current weight and it is very effective. I have seen testimonials of people losing up to 55 lbs! My guess is they were pretty obese. I was not terribly overweight I just needed something to keep me comfortable.
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