Original web offer details & such: 90-day supply - $99.95. Includes: Continuity / subscription - every 90 days. Sales tax: May apply.
I had to make changes to my life a couple years ago. Getting to 270 lbs and staying inactive was enough for this former jock. So I made a commitment to the gym. Health first, career second. And I've tried to stick to it. I still have good days and bad days but after 18 months the good days have far exceeded the bad days anymore. But it took time.
As with most any weight loss system / plan. It's gonna take time. So, if you have the dedication and the understanding that it will take time, a plan like Serotonin-Plus might be worthwhile for you.
But let's look a little deeper first.
Serotonin-Plus is a weight loss system which aims and balancing the brains level of Serotonin. Low levels lead to headaches, depress and cravings. The theory is that by maintaining the levels the other services are better maintained. So long as one can stay consistently on the plan, the results could speak for themselves.
According to spdiet.com, Serotonin-Plus claims the following features and benefits:
- not a "yo-yo" diet
- unique, patented management
- curb carbohydrate cravings
- unlimited email access to Serotonin-Plus team counselor
- Dr. Posner's daily blog email updates
Order Process: So far we haven't seen any issue on the order process. Remember, the ofer being purchased is a continuity program. This means that'll you'll continue to receive 90-day supplies every 90 days or so until / unless you decide to cancel. Not that we recommend it. If it works for you and your doctor agrees, we're happy for you. We only point it out because many of the complaints we receive come from people not aware of such an order process. Product Performance: Well, marketing fluff blogs give rave reviews. Watchdog sites haven't bitched a fit yet in the two years or so since it's been around. But, truth told, there hasn't been much online or from our ASOTVLifers to this point aside from this. If you'd like to see what a consultation is like with Serotonin-Plus, check out the video below.
We expect you should probably talk to your physician before trying any program. It's just smart thinkin'. If your doctors like it and you like it and you think you can commit to it, then we support your intentions. Just remember it takes discipline and time to get used to the new rituals. Customer Service: Email: email@example.com
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