Dont Eat…tweet!

Two strangers who met through Twitter have lost more than 14 stone by helping each other TWEET not than EAT.Anjee Busby, 41, and Vicki Gotts, 26, both joined Twitter at the beginning of 2010 when they decided to begin diets.The former strangers began tweeting regularly including each meal they ate, and every time they felt the urge to binge or snack.Before long the girls were leading the way as part of an online community of people supporting each other through their weight.

Two strangers who met through Twitter have lost more than 14 stone by helping each other TWEET not than EAT.Anjee Busby, 41, and Vicki Gotts, 26, both joined Twitter at the beginning of 2010 when they decided to begin diets.The former strangers began tweeting regularly including each meal they ate, and every time they felt the urge to binge or snack.Before long the girls were leading the way as part of an online community of people supporting each other through their weight.

Two strangers who met through Twitter have lost more than 14 stone by helping each other TWEET not than EAT.Anjee Busby, 41, and Vicki Gotts, 26, both joined Twitter at the beginning of 2010 when they decided to begin diets.The former strangers began tweeting regularly including each meal they ate, and every time they felt the urge to binge or snack.Before long the girls were leading the way as part of an online community of people supporting each other through their weight.

Two strangers who met through Twitter have lost more than 14 stone by helping each other TWEET not than EAT.Anjee Busby, 41, and Vicki Gotts, 26, both joined Twitter at the beginning of 2010 when they decided to begin diets.The former strangers began tweeting regularly including each meal they ate, and every time they felt the urge to binge or snack.Before long the girls were leading the way as part of an online community of people supporting each other through their weight.

Two strangers who met through Twitter have lost more than 14 stone by helping each other TWEET not than EAT.Anjee Busby, 41, and Vicki Gotts, 26, both joined Twitter at the beginning of 2010 when they decided to begin diets.The former strangers began tweeting regularly including each meal they ate, and every time they felt the urge to binge or snack.Before long the girls were leading the way as part of an online community of people supporting each other through their weight.