Morning Routine: Fat Cutter Drink – Lose 5 Pounds In 5 Days


When it comes to the process of losing weight, there are numerous ways which can be of great help. Most of them include regular exercising and having a healthy and balanced diet. Many nutritionists, dieticians, and even celebrities invent their own techniques which are promoted on social media and which will make you think that their product or diet is the best and will provide you the desired results. Nevertheless, many of them are just making marketing and promoting their product which is not that effective as you think or as the media has presented to you.

However, there is one effective technique, which purpose is not taking your money. Instead of that, this weight-loss method consists of eating natural foods. What is great about this diet is that it is not required from you to starve yourself and even more incredible in just 5 days you can lose 5 pounds.


Maybe it is hard for you to believe, but this method will provide amazing results. And, many people who have tried it can prove its effectiveness. It seems unreal as in one day you lose one pound. Just adhere to the 5-day plan and you will assure yourself!


For this recipe you need the following ingredients:

  • 1 lemon
  • 60 grams or two ounces of parsley
  • 1 cup of water



Firstly, you need to cut the parsley, and to be sure that it is finely chopped use a blender. Then, take all the juice from the lemon and place it on the top of the diced parsley. Add water and blend.

In order to get the best results, you need to consume this drink in the morning, on an empty stomach, before your breakfast. You need to drink this beverage for 5 days, without skipping a day. Then, make a break for 10 days, and if you still want to lose additional weight, you can repeat the procedure.

Parsley is extremely effective in improving the digestion and reducing the bloating. This amazing drink will burn calories without depriving the body of the needed minerals and vitamins.


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