Do Slimmer Belts Really Work?

Answer

According to the Electric Retailing association, slimmer belts could not help you lose weight without effort. To see a long-term difference in your weight, diet and exercise should be employed. However, they can help you achieve better posture and also look better in your clothes. They can also help you find temporary relief if you suffer from occasional aches and pains in your back
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