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Pounds and Inches Recipes brings together the Original Pounds and Inches HCG Diet Protocol by Dr. A.T.W. Simeons with HCG Phase 2 and Stabilization Phase 3 recipes from the HCG Diet Gourmet Cookbook Series by Tammy Skye. Plus a handy Quick Start Guide to fast track your weight loss success.

Published: T Skye Enterprises on
ISBN: 9781619249943
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