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FullBar is proven to allow the user to feel satisfied enough to dramatically reduce food intake

Written By Betty van der Mark on Wednesday, April 1, 2009 | 6:19 AM

The concept is simple. Eat a FullBar with an eight-ounce glass of water thirty minutes prior to your two biggest meals of the day. FullBar is proven to allow the user to feel satisfied enough to dramatically reduce food intake, much like gastric bypass. With FullBar, the user can eat the same foods they normally would; they simply eat less and therefore lose weight. Ultimately, FullBar serves as a tool to satisfy hunger while also teaching the important lesson of portion control. This equips individuals with the knowledge they need to eat healthfully and reasonably for life.

As a Harvard-educated and board certified surgeon who has performed more than 2000 weight-loss surgeries, Dr. Snyder has spent his career helping people lose weight and ultimately, regain their lives. Using his knowledge of what does (and doesn't) work in weight-loss, Dr. Snyder developed FullBar. "Just like weight-loss surgery, the FullBar has your stomach send a message to your brain that says ' You don't need to eat so much - I'm already full'," Dr. Snyder attests. "When you feel full, you eat less. And when you eat less, you lose weight," he finishes.

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