Body armour is popular among women, and the drink is often promoted as an effective way to shrink the waistline.
The drink is sold in health centres and beauty salons, and it is often touted as a way to protect the body against infection, but researchers have found that it does not have as much effect as other body armour products.
The latest study by the UK-based BodyArmor.com found that drinking a body armour drink did not seem to have any effect on the waistlines of people with the lowest BMI.
The results of the study were published in the British Medical Journal and showed that only 30 per cent of women who had a BMI of 25 or more were able to reduce their waistlines in one year.
BodyArmor.org.uk has an online shopping service, where customers can order their own body armour, or choose from a range of products.
The website states that it was developed to provide customers with a wide selection of body armour to choose from, with a range including the popular Black Diamond Pro-DEX Pro and the popular Body Armor XR.
Drink to ShrinkThe drinks that are marketed as “body armour” are typically made from a mix of vegetable oils, glycerin and sugar.
Some people claim that the drinks contain some sort of alcohol, but it has not been proven.
The research also showed that the body armour is less effective at reducing the waist lines of people who have obesity.
The study also found that the drink had no effect on reducing the height of the waist line of people, but some of the body armor products were effective at decreasing the waist-to-hip ratio of people.
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