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Woman’s Weight Loss Secret Helps Her Lose 11 Pounds in 2 Days

Urban legend or fact?  You decide.

U. S. women are not the only ones plagued with weight struggles, many women around the globe experience the hardship of weight loss. Women tend to be more self-conscious than men about their weight, so most would do anything to lose a few pounds here and there.

For most of these women, the name Ramiza Turzimehich is an urban legend or simply a sales story made up by some idle women. The truth, however, is quite different. It is difficult for many women to imagine that they can lose a significant amount of weight in less than one week. However, this is the story of Ramiza Turzimehich and it is a surprising tale that has instilled hope in many women, and men alike, looking to lose some weight.

Ramiza gained worldwide fame when she managed to lose 11 pounds in two days using one miraculous drink. She admits that her secret weapon in the struggle to lose weight was parsley. One fine Thursday she weighed herself and found she was 158 pounds. Surprisingly, two days later, her weight had dropped to 147 pounds. What is the secret recipe she used?

Ramiza’s recipe was simple. Boil 1 liter of water and add five tablespoons of chopped parsley. Afterward, allow the tea to cool for about 20 minutes then go ahead and take your tea. 1L of parsley a day should do the trick. The tea can be taken at any time of the day, either hot or cold.

According to her, parsley tea was actually her attempt to reduce her kidney problems after she heard from many sources that parsley was great for the kidneys. The fact is, parsley has a number of health benefits ranging from weight loss to nutrient density.

Parsley contains high nutrients and is low in calories making it a great ingredient for those looking to lose weight through dieting. However, it is not a guarantee that adding parsley to your diet plan will ensure you lose weight. All the same, parsley happens to be a rich source of antioxidants that are useful in fighting cancer. Half a cup of fresh parsley provides up to 50% the amount of iron and vitamins that most people take daily.