A Guide To Successful Weight Loss
If you’re reading this then you must be in the same boat I was about 8 months ago. Back then, all I did was eat junk food. Packets of this and boxes of that. Bottles of coca-cola and chocolate milk, along with buckets of ice cream. I was on the fast track to diabetes, heart attacks and even death.
But after I had a fling with a girl I decided I wanted more. I didn’t want to be the rebound guy or someone people only talk to too either make themselves feel better or because they felt sorry for me. I wanted to stand out from the crowd, I wanted to turn heads. But the only way I could do that is if I wasn’t fat.
Now if you’re anything like me, you have a long list of failed diets under your belt. I bet this leaves you feeling pretty discouraged, I know I was. But then I decided it was time to break free of the flabby shackles that had held me back for years.
So the next day I went to the chemist and looked through their range of dietary aids. I know what you’re thinking, sounds like the start of another failed weight loss program. But you’d be wrong, just like I was. So while I was there, I came across a meal replacement shake. Of course I was sceptical at first, but after reading the back of the box and remembering the commercials on TV I decided it was worth a shot. So I bought it.
Now, if you’ve seen the commercials on TV that promise “You can lose all the weight you want while still eating all your favourite foods.” You’re probably thinking “That sounds too good to be true.” Well the sad fact is, it is too good to be true. Eating all our favourite food is how we got to the point we’re at.
So after a month on this diet I wasn’t noticing any results at all. The scales weren’t moving and I didn’t notice any changes about myself. I was about to quit but then I decided to get serious and do some research. I discovered that the bare minimum amount of calories a person can eat before their body goes into “Starvation mode” is 1200. This would be the key to the success of my diet.
So after I discovered this I went out and bought some digital scales so I could precisely track my progress and I also bought some more shakes. Then I began to focus on everything, I measured my food and counted every calorie. But all of the hard work paid off now that I’ve lost 35 KG or 77 Lbs and my Dietician is telling me that losing any more weight/fat can pose health risks since there isn’t enough fat left to use and my body will start converting my muscles to energy. This is a very bad thing because we want to keep the muscle, but also because your heart is a muscle and your body will burn through heart muscle for energy.
The funny thing is, with the diet I’m about to show you, you even burn fat while you’re sleeping. Sounds too good to be true doesn’t it. But guess what, I’m telling the truth.
So let’s get down to business.