The Fat Loss Factor Leads The Way!
First things first.
The Fat Loss Factor is a powerful program for people who are serious about dieting.
In other words, the Fat Loss Factor WILL work for you if you REALLY want to lose weight.
So if your motivation and determination are wobbling already (you aren’t sure you want to lose weight), this program probably isn’t for you.
But don’t get me wrong: this is NOT a hard diet, and you don’t have to do difficult things.
What you need is determination, motivation and a good reason why you want to lose weight.
In fact, a reason for you to lose weight that is so good, so powerful, so personally significant, that it will carry you through to the end. Whatever that may be, for you. (10 pounds lost, twenty, thirty… more? You choose.)
You see, people will give up dieting because they don’t have enough motivation. They say things like, “I want to look good in my bikini.”
But the truth of the matter is probably something much deeper.
Do you really want to get the respect your love of your partner, or the respect of your children? Or do you want to live longer, and avoid dying early, unlike your obese father and mother? Or maybe it’s a self-esteem issue; you just don’t feel very good about yourself when you look in the mirror and you really need to change that feeling.
Fat Loss Factor Quick Start Guide
So before you even get started on this diet, there’s a “Quick Start Guide” which will help you discover your motivation. Why you want to lose weight. Not the superficial crap. The real reason why you want to lose weight.
And then, you then have a chance to decide if it’s a big enough “why I want to lose weight” to keep you going. To keep you going through the restricted calories, the cleanses, the exercise programs, and the lifestyle changes.
By this stage you should have a pretty good idea of whether you’re actually going to see this diet through or not.
And I’d encourage you, if you’re having any doubts whatsoever, not to sign up. Like I said, it’s a diet for people who genuinely want to lose weight and truly have the motivation to do so.
So What’s The Fat Loss Factor All About?
Like I said, the Quick Start Guide offers you an insight into the options you can choose during the course of this program: cleansing, steady weight loss, quick weight loss, or, most demanding of all, “Turbo Weight Loss”.
The emotional effort of each of these is roughly proportional to the rewards you’ll get. Gentle – less weight loss. Medium – more weight loss. Hard – loads of weight loss.
Now ask yourself again, “Do I really want to lose weight, look good, feel great and live longer?”
If the answer is yes, then you’re ready to download the main Fat Loss Factor eBook.
By the way, one of the things that’s going to help you with The Fat Loss Factor is regularly recording your body measurements as you move through the program.
Every week, on the same day each week, you’re going to take measurements of your body in a few important areas, as well as a digital photograph. That way, you can really see the weight powering off — and you have another motivating factor to keep you going.
Clever Dieting With The Fat Loss Factor!
The Fat Loss Factor has a number of tricks up its sleeve to help you lose weight: basically, it’s about resetting your metabolism so that it’s more efficient. So it operates the way it was designed to….
And there are all kinds of benefits to be gained: not just losing excess weight, but also strengthening your immune system, feeling more energetic, sharpening your mind, increasing your energy so you accomplish more, increasing your endurance, improving your overall health and well-being, improving the quality of sleep you enjoy… and so on.
These are fantastic, desirable changes – and they’re going to change you, your mind, and your body, in many ways for the better.
Here’s How Slimming & Fat Loss Work
To start with, you deal with the fact that your body has adapted to a particular way of eating. You’ve got used to a certain dietary routine. (Probably not a good one.)
As a result, your body has adapted to a certain “fat loss plateau”. That’s why you now find it so hard to lose weight – even on a diet – after a certain point.
Now, The Fat Loss Factor gives you a way to actually change your body’s metabolism so that it adapts to long-term weight loss. And then, you can follow an easy plan to keep your weight at a certain level for as long as you choose to.
That’s the essence of The Fat Loss Factor.
Sure, there’s a lot more to it than that: for example, you need to get rid of toxins in your body which mess everything up. They stop you losing weight. Interfere with your metabolism. Make you feel grotty, unfocused, tired.
And one of the keys to this is making sure that your liver is working in tiptop condition.
You know your liver is essential to good health, yes?
Watch this video to see and hear why!
What you might not understand is how a poorly functioning liver will actually contribute to fat deposition around the belly and buttocks.
Only by restoring your liver to full function, to full efficiency, can you hope to lose weight consistently — and keep it off.
That’s because the liver is intimately associated with the processing of flats in the body. If it doesn’t work properly those fats are laid down in your body’s fat stores.
Increase the liver’s efficiency, and your fat is easier to shed. The Fat Loss Factor shows you how.
Next: The Fat Loss Factor has TWO primary phases, or sections, related to your diet.
The first is a system that turns your liver into a metabolic “fat burning furnace”.
The second is a lifestyle change, a way of eating, that is going to help you lose fat – and keep it off!
The author of The Fat Loss Factor, calls it an “Un-diet”!
That’s because it’s a lifestyle change — you change what you eat, as well is how much of what you eat.
Phase 1 of The Fat Loss Factor Slimming Plan
This is the “master cleanse”.
The author of the program- Dr Charles – describes it as “optional” and “for advanced users”. This cleanse of your body lasts between 3 and 10 days. Full instructions come with it. Easy? Maybe, maybe not. Yet remember – it’s optional. If you choose NOT to adopt it, you can still lose weight – but perhaps not as quickly.
Phase 2 of The Fat Loss Factor Diet
The raw foods diet.
Don’t worry, it’s not as bad as it sounds! This is about re-establishing the acid/alkali balance in your body by eating alkaline foods for 1 to 2 weeks.
Obviously you have to stop consuming acidic drinks and food, and one good way of doing this is to eat alkaline foods, and in particular a large quantity of raw foods. Indeed, the author of the diet says that to maintain health, you should be eating “60% alkaline foods … and 40% acid foods.”
Now, it just so happens that raw foods are high in alkaline minerals, low in sugar, and very good for you and your liver. So the FLF has a complete chart of just about every kind of food you can think of in The Fat Loss Factor eBook.
This chart shows you whether a particular food is alkaline or acid, so that you can make easy choices about what you want to eat and can make sure of staying in good – NO! GREAT! – health during this stage of the diet.
What else do you get in the way of dietary information?
Well, here’s an example…… there’s some really great advice on eating fruit and vegetables — and you need to know about this, because fruit contains so much sugar: it might even be the primary reason why you’re finding it hard to lose weight.
So there are plenty of liver cleaning foods, plenty of recipes, plenty of delicious meal plans … everything you need to basically turn your body back into a smoothly functioning, healthy, truly functional machine — the way God designed it.
Let me give you a couple of examples of the kind of detail that The Fat Loss Factor gives you – on just about every kind of food you can imagine!
This nutrient-dense super-food helps the body produce glutathione,
which is necessary for the liver to cleanse harmful toxins. Recent studies indicate improved liver health when avocados are ingested regularly.
Or what about, say, whole grains and cruciferous vegetables like broccoli?
Grains, such as brown rice, are rich in B-complex vitamins, nutrients
known to improve overall fat metabolization, liver function, and liver decongestion. If possible, do not eat foods with white flour; instead, try eating whole-wheat alternatives.
Eating broccoli and cauliflower will increase the glucosinolate in your system, adding to enzyme production in the liver. These natural enzymes help flush carcinogens and other toxins from the body, which significantly lowers our risk of cancer.
I don’t think I need to go on — the incredible attention to detail must be obvious. This eBook has every bit of information you need to put together a diet which is going to help you lose weight fast.
And if you don’t want to put those food recipes together yourself, then don’t worry, because Dr Charles has done it for you!
Here’s another amazing piece of information from Dr Charles:
D-I-E-T – A Four-Letter Word
The first three letters of “DIET,” spell…”DIE.” That is what happens to your metabolism as you yo-yo on and off the many popular diet plans. Each time you “fall off the diet band wagon,” it becomes harder to get back on.
Here’s why: When you drastically cut calories, your body goes into
starvation mode. Your metabolism slows to a snail’s pace because it
anticipates a period of famine, and it is trying to conserve. This natural response makes it difficult to lose the fat you desire. To compound this problem, your body then dumps the most energetically expensive tissue muscle! So you end up losing muscle and storing fat, the complete opposite of what you need to do to lose weight.
In this section, we will focus on eating foods with high thermic effects (to boost metabolism). These food groups are proteins and fibers containing complex carbohydrates. Your digestive tract needs exercise, and it expends energy just like you do. When you eat whole foods, or foods that are in their natural state, your digestive tract has to burn calories to break down the food, which in turn increases your metabolism. Proteins have the highest thermic effect of all foods.
Being consistent about dieting