Do you mind if I quote a couple of your articles as long as I provide credit and sources back to
your weblog? My website is in the exact same area of interest as yours
and my users would certainly benefit from a lot of the information
you present here. Please let me know if this alright with you.
Thank you for your interest and inquiry. I have taken some time to research your website as well as some reviews of your product. Based on what I’ve learned so far, I am not convinced we are congruent in our approach to weight/fat loss and control. At crossFit Burlington, we recommend and provide our members a training regimen of constantly varied and functional movement performed at a high intensity, supported by a primal dietary lifestyle focused on the balance of hormonal insulin levels by consuming the appropriate balance of the macronutrients, as well as micronutrients. Bottom line, we train functionally at HIGH intensities and remove processed carbohydrates from our diet. It is a lifestyle improvement, geared toward long-term change.
Please correct me if I’m wrong, but your focus with your product is of rapid weight loss through caloric shift with little to no promotion of intense functional training or removal of processed carbohydrates.
I would like it if you would educate me further on your product before I authorize any use of my website information.
If the articles to which you are referring are those that are attached to our website under Media>>Recommended Reading>>Articles, then YES, you may quote them as I did not author them, and you would not need to credit CrossFit Burlington.
Again thank you for time and interest,
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