Cheat to Lose Diet
How many times has this happened to you? You start a new diet with every intention of sticking to it, cutting out all of your favorite foods and eating exactly what the diet tells you to. At first, youre thrilled to see the numbers on the scale go down, but after a short while, weight loss slows and you hit a plateau. Then, youre feeling quite the opposite - frustrated, weak, and unsatisfied. So what do you do? Exactly what we all do when a diet simply isnt working: quit. Many times, author, fitness expert, and Body-for-Life champion Joel Marion found himself in a similar place. But through a series of classic diet screwups, Joel discovered a startling truth: cheating on your diet can actually accelerate fat loss. Based on cutting-edge medical research, The Cheat to Lose Diet reveals the hormonal connection between strategic cheating and fat loss that will change the way you diet forever. Special features include: An easy-to-follow three-phase program: Priming, Core, and Maintenance A simple weekly plan in which more carbohydrates are deliberately added with each passing day, leading up to the Cheat Day The CTL Cardio Solution: a revolutionary eighteen-minute, fat-melting cardio workout that has been shown to burn up to nine times the fat of traditional cardio Tips for staying on track, including twelve weeks of daily menu plans and seventy-five recipes, so youre never in doubt of the types of foods and meals to enjoy while following the plan On Cheat Days youll cheat BIG with all your favorite foods-chocolate chip cookies, pizza, ice creamwhatever youd like and as much as youd like of it. But never again will you feel guilty for indulging in the foods you love because youll learn and come to know that dietary cheating is absolutely vital to your fat-loss success. Here, finally, is a diet that works with your body to help you lose fat faster than restrictive dieting ever could. So start cheating-and losing-today! Visit CheatToLoseDiet.com for your FREE diet plan.From the Hardcover edition.
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