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NoN surgical way to look better in 7days

Want to be happy, healthy and attractive in a week? Order the latest book by Dr. Andrew Ordon called ‘Better in 7’. The book promises exceptional results in just 1 week with household therapies and tricks and an easy diet.

Dr. Andrew Ordon, health benefits

The easy-to-follow diet is the easiest thing to do, according to Dr. Andrew Orden, who is a well known professional doctor. The diet contains foods that make you feel full rather then bloated and gives you ample energy as well, as told to Fox News.

Ordon also has suggestions and simple tricks for pregnant women who suffer from post-pregnancy stretch marks. Along with the diet and exercise suggestions for pregnant women, he has very interesting solutions for women after their deliveries.

He suggests that if these women apply peanut butter on their stretch marks, the soluble vitamins like A, D, E and K will be absorbed by the skin and the marks will disappear much faster.

He doesn’t want his readers to starve and hence only suggests foods with a lot of fiber for a flat stomach. In terms of exercise for a flat stomach, Ordon believes in yoga and Pilate training for a flat stomach.  He also recommends simple planks for a flatter tummy, as told to Fox News .

Ordon says that his techniques are safe and extremely easy and involves things that we talk about in our daily lives, but sometimes fail to incorporate into our routine.
Ordon says that his ways help people take care of their skin from the inside out.

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