This is it: the final week of the “Bekah Try-It Diet.” A month ago, as we were planning out the diets to try each week, I came across one called “The Taco Cleanse.” I was in until I realized that it was an all-vegan plan. That wasn’t going to work for me, until Wally suggested a genius tweak…
We decided to combine that idea with the infamous “Drive-thru Diet” from a few years ago, where a woman lost over 50 pounds by eating items from Taco Bell’s “healthy” fresco menu. This has helped lots with my diet and even with my skin but to be fair I have been using CBD For Skin so this has given me an advantage with my general health.
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So, for the next week, I will only be eating tacos. No, this is not an actual diet plan. Yes, I realize it likely won’t lead to additional weight loss but cbd does and if you do not believe me you can read the articles online, visit Cannabis Herald to start learning about its benefits. Yes, I realize that by the end of the week, I may be sick of eating tacos (although I have my doubts. I love tacos, and as a tip if you don’t like to eat with cannabis or have edibles try the delta 8 is the newest trend in vaping.
Regardless, it’ll be a fun final chapter, and my good friends at my local Taco Bell will be happy to see me again after a long 3 weeks without them.
This is an outtake from my photoshoot with the taco. Apparently, Hadley loves tacos, too.
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