You Won’t Believe My Experience With the 24/7 Fat Loss Diet
Like you, I have tried just about every approach to losing weight possible. I have counted and cut my calories. I have spent hours in the gym. I have even limited the types of foods I eat with the hope that I would “trick my body” into burning off all of the fat that I have stored over the years.
I got more and more depressed as I kept trying. I would see other people at the gym getting results. My diet buddy lost fifty pounds and I had actually gained twenty! The more I tried, the worse I felt.
I knew something had to be wrong.
I couldn’t quite put my finger on it. I wasn’t sure how I could be putting in the same amount of effort and work as everyone else but actually getting different results. How could these guys be hitting the gym and losing weight while I just kept on gaining?
I had given up and accepted that I was going to look and feel like a slug for the rest of my life, but luckily, a friend of mine came across a program that I hadn’t heard of before.
I started looking into the 24/7 Fat Loss program with skepticism. I figured that it would be a flop like every other program I had tried. Being sick of fad diets I didn’t want to waste my time. I knew that I would just get my hopes up and end up even more depressed when I failed.
I told my buddy that I wasn’t going to check it out but he insisted that I at least give it a look. One of the things that really surprised me was the unconditional money back guarantee – if the program wasn’t working for me I could get my money back at any time within sixty days of purchasing.
You ever see a fad diet make an offer like that?
I decided to look further into it to see if it was going to be worth trying it out. And then I noticed something that no other program had ever mentioned before. The creator’s of this program claimed that it was my hormones that were leading to my weight gain and difficulty in shedding the pounds. Now this was something I had to learn more about.
They actually point out two things that are wrong with most weight loss programs:
- A diet that doesn’t address your hormones can only have minimal effects
- Most exercise programs are ridiculously inefficient, only burning enough calories to shed a pound or so a month.
I was really interested in learning more about the hormones, but I wasn’t so sure about the accuracy of their statement regarding the inefficiency of my exercise routine… and then I read their math.
If you spend 45 minutes on the treadmill you will burn about 500 calories, which is only 1500 total calories if you hit the gym three times a week. That adds up to only a third of a pound of fat, meaning your four weeks in the gym burn 1 and 1/3 pounds a month. Ugh! Four months to burn five pounds? No wonder I wasn’t seeing results.
So, here’s what most of us are dealing with:
- Hormones that are out of whack and actually leading to more calories being stored than burned
- Improper use of carbohydrates and fats in our diet
- Exercise routines that provide slow, mediocre, and disappointing results… at best.
Anyone can understand #2 or #3 on that list. But what’s up with the hormones stuff? Well, that was a pretty interesting part of what I learned when I started working through the program. Most of us aren’t eating properly, even if we are on a diet and avoiding junk food.
In order to really put your body in the proper state for fat burning you have to really understand the way your body is going to work with the raw materials you give it. Without giving away their system (I don’t want to get sued!) I can tell you that there are four things that need to take place in order for you to get the right hormonal balance for fat burning to kick in and stay on around the clock:
- Avoiding combinations of “fatty” foods and “storage” foods (Carbs)
- Eating Carbs at the right times of the day (breakfast and after an intense workout)
- Strategic over feeding so that your metabolism stays at full speed
- “Metabolic Resistance Training” – the right exercises to put your metabolism at its peak
The first two points are easy to understand, but numbers three and four took a lot of studying for me to really get the concepts. I can’t even begin to do them justice, so you will have to check out the guide on your own.
There is one thing about this program that sucks…
I’m not going to sit here and lie to you. The program worked for me. Unlike all of my previous attempts I was actually able to start losing weight. I didn’t see the amazing results that some of the other people did when using this program, but to say that it worked would be an understatement. I was losing as many as twelve pounds a month and the only reason I wasn’t losing more was because my body became more efficient at building muscle. I LOOKED like I was losing twenty to thirty pounds a month for the first few months on the program.
So what’s so bad about that?
This program is designed to kick your metabolism into over drive. You really will be able to burn calories around the clock. But it takes a bit of work to get to that point. It’s not a magical meal replacement milkshake and it’s not a pill you eat to work wonders on your body. You have to put some time and effort into implementing the changes in the program.
Hard work sucks. But this is one of those types of hard work that pays off in dividends. You put in a bit of hard work in the beginning, the changes start to take place, and then you will experience the snow ball effect. It will get easier and easier as the days go by.
So what is the final verdict?
This is a great program for anyone who wants to lose weight and get healthier. I can’t even begin to tell you how much better I feel since completing the program. The best part, though, is that you are able to give it a try without any risk at all. There is an unconditional, 60 day, money back guarantee.
If I hadn’t found 24/7 Fat Loss I would probably still be sitting on my couch feeling like a big fat slug. Take a good look at the program and decide for yourself if it’s right for you.