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If you struggle to lose weight or continue to pack on pounds, then hear this:
It’s NOT your fault.
That’s right…contrary to popular opinion—and what the media and medical community will
probably tell you—there is a strong chance you are not to blame for those extra pounds.
There is something else you need to know:
You are NOT alone.
The majority of dieters fail to keep off a single pound, and the average American dieter makes 4-6 dieting attempts per year. One study even concluded that 95% of severely overweight dieters gained back every pound within 3 years.
Most likely, there are several reasons you’ve struggled to lose weight in the past, and my experience tells me that you fall into one or more of 5 categories.
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One of the most common issues is lacking an easy-to-follow, step-by-step plan of action tailored personally for you.
That’s exactly what I’m here to offer.
Brian Flatt — my friend, health expert, seasoned nutritionist, personal trainer, and owner of R.E.V. Fitness — has heard it all in the fast-paced, high-stake dieting world of Southern California. Upset by the mountains of misinformation spread by the greedy mainstream dieting industry, he spent a decade decoding fact from fiction.
And out came The 2 Week Diet, which rescues dieters from the whirlpool of failure that’s been spinning them senseless. The thousands of success stories speak for themselves.
Now he’s sharing the FACTS about weight loss that many don’t want you to know—unsuccessful dieters are also repeat customers—all inside a short and FREE presentation.
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He also uncovers some common weight loss FICTIONS and gives actionable advice you can use to begin shedding those unwanted pounds.
Start transforming your body, life, and future today.
The average American dieter makes 4-6 dieting attempts per year. Clearly that means the first… and second… and third attempts weren’t successful. It’s a vicious circle of demotivation that leaves many feeling like they cannot succeed without superhuman tenacity.
Maybe you are ready to throw in the (oversized) towel on dieting for good.
Don’t be. Take a minute to look at the four reasons why most diets fail, and then find a diet plan that bypasses these pitfalls. Soon you will find yourself on track to optimal success.
Let’s look at the four key factors.
Unrealistic Calorie Intakes
The “starvation mode” method only sets you up to fail. By consuming so little food, your body literally starts shutting down to conserve fuel.
When this happens, you are on a one-way path to a fat loss plateau. Yes, you should lower calorie intake to see fat loss results, but you need to do it in a way that maintains your “metabolic engine.”
Lack Of Satiety-Boosting Nutrients
Another big issue with most conventional diets is they fail to provide enough of the two most filling nutrients: protein and fiber. You need protein to function optimally. It also breaks down the slowest, providing the body with lasting satiety.
Couple protein with dietary fiber, found in fresh fruits and vegetables, and digestion will slow even further.
Many crash diet plans are very low in protein. While they recommend lots of vegetables, many discourage the consumption of fruit.
By making these two nutrients a focus of your plan instead, you can see faster, lasting results while actually enjoying your diet meal plan.
Time Consuming Meal Prep
Who has an hour each and every day to meal prep? Not me — and definitely not you. Yet, many diet plans are complicated enough to require this. If that describes your diet, it’s no wonder if you’re failing.
Alternatively, you want to find an approach that gives you basic and easy-to-implement guidelines that help you realize true success with your program.
This plan should not require hours of extra effort each week. In that case, it’s stealing free time that you should use to reward yourself for good behavior. It should work with your lifestyle, not against it. When you find such a plan, it’ll be cakewalk to stick with it.
Chances are you’ve heard that any diet plan you use should follow a long-term approach.
That’s excellent advice.
However, if your diet plan is designed to span months, this can be a motivation killer.
Find a diet with a definite deadline. Two weeks is optimal because that’s how long it takes to form long-term habits. Two weeks is also long enough to see good results, but not short enough to stay motivated.
Anyone willing to lose weight can diet for two weeks. This is foundational to The 2 Week Diet. In many, many cases, the initial transformation is so remarkable, it provides abundant motivation for continued fat burning. Success breeds success.
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