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Be Connected: The Pat Brown System

By Scott Camp
Friday, Nov 08 2013 12:15 AM

Bakersfield health guru and Lifetime Fitness owner Pat Brown is helping local and international customers looking to shed unwanted weight or build muscle with his Pat Brown System — a regimen that combines his very own line of supplements, pre-cooked meals and exercise plans.

Brown has been a personal trainer and life coach for 28 years, but over the last eight years, he’s been perfecting his products and system. After questioning the quality of the supplements he was previously using, Brown teamed up with a group of biochemists and nutritionists who helped him create supplements that are all-natural, yet equally as effective.

After testing the supplements on himself, Brown lost 153 pounds within nine months, and he knew it was time to...

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