Exciting Australian Obesity Research Turns Years Of Weight Loss Dogma Upside Down Confirming What You Knew All Along And Proving The ‘Experts’ WRONG…
Well, I started experimenting with some things and I stumbled upon a new way to not only burn off excess stomach, hip, butt, and chest fat, it also…
Of course you do – that’s why “rapid” fat loss programs, “challenges”, and “detoxes” are so popular. (The problem of course is most of them don’t work in the LONG run – something I’ve figured out with this new method.)
And of course, the “experts” warn you against this – you should only lose weight slowly – 1 to 2 pounds a week, right?
(1) 78% of those on the rapid fat loss plan achieved their goal of losing 15% of their bodyweight. Less than half of those (only 48%) on the traditional plan achieved their goal.
(2) Researchers also found that losing weight quickly improves motivation – and helps you stick to your diet and therefore reach your goals (Shocking, I know!)
Imagine that for a minute… If you were 200 pounds, that means you could lose 25 pounds or more on the right rapid fat loss plan…
"Across the world, guidelines recommend gradual weight loss for the treatment of obesity, reflecting the widely held belief that fast weight loss is more quickly regained. However, our results show that achieving a weight loss target of 12.5% is more likely, and drop-out is lower, if losing weight is done quickly.”[Emphasis Mine]
“Writing in a linked Comment, Dr Corby Martin and Professor Kishore Gadde from Pennington Biomedical Research Center, Baton Rouge, USA say, "The study… indicates that for weight loss, a slow and steady approach does not win the race, and the myth that rapid weight loss is associated with rapid weight regain is no more true than Aesop’s fable. Clinicians should bear in mind that different weight loss approaches might be suitable for different patients in the management of clinical obesity, and that efforts to curb the speed of initial weight loss might hinder their ultimate weight loss success.” [Emphasis Mine]
(1) The reason you want to lose weight quickly – 3 pounds or more a week – rather than slowly – 1-1.5 pounds per week – like the “experts” pound into your head – is because you intuitively know it’s better than slow weight loss!
(2) You have a 30% better chance of achieving your weight loss goals if you use a rapid fat loss approach than if you use a traditional dieting approach – especially if that weight loss is greater than 10% of your current body weight
(3) According to the research, rapid fat loss programs offer you even more benefits: Easier to stick to your diet… Faster results increase your motivation… Easier to exercise… Experience less hunger… Save money on groceries…
(The silver lining here is that the experts say that the faster you lose weight the faster you put it back on. Purcell and her team concluded that’s not true.)
The odds are against you if you don’t have a proven plan for doing this – if you revert right back to your old ways of eating, drinking… living… like most people do (and you may have done in the past).
If you’re a man or woman over 40 and have been struggling to lose 10, 20, 30 or even 50 pounds or more, then I have some good news for you!
You’ve probably never heard of me because I’m not some famous guru. I live a quiet life with my wife and two young boys in the heart of the Land of Deep Fried Foods – Georgia, USA.
However, you should pay attention to what I have to say because I have a PhD in Weight Loss & Weight Management from the “School of Hard Knocks.”
Unlike most “experts” who dish out dieting advice, I’ve lost 115 pounds – and kept it off for the last 15 years and counting. So I know how you feel. I’ve walked a more than a mile in your shoes.
Over the past 3 number of years or so, as I’ve increased my activity levels – like playing basketball 2-3 hours a week with the younger guys down at the gym, I actually put on a couple of pounds.
I wasn’t snacking any extra… Or raiding the pantry late at night… Or having extra desserts… None of the “usual suspects.”
And my hands and feet got cold more frequently. (That right there should’ve been an indicator – it’s a tell-tale sign that your thyroid is down regulating your metabolism. Still, somehow I missed it.)
So my body actually started holding on to the calories I was giving it and it was storing it as fat.
In fact, any time you drop your calories below your body’s baseline for an extended period of time – which you know you have to do in order to lose body fat – Your metabolism slows down.
It’s the main reason why all almost all of The Biggest Loser contestants have regained all the weight they lost on the show.
(In fact, in all honesty, up until this time, my weight had been fluctuating about 7 to 10 pounds. But those are warning signs that I’d been ignoring, but now I knew needed to pay attention to before it was too late.)
And stumbled on a cycle where I could easily and pretty much effortlessly maintain my weight – and even knock off a few pounds – whenever I wanted.
Now, this isn’t anything I’ve ever told you about before, which is why I’m telling you about it now because I’m guessing you’d like this “super power” too – LOL.
But I stumbled on something REALLY great – even better than a whole pile… Read more…