Fat loss Factor Review There is a growing problem in the present and near future with obesity. Many people lack a healthy diet and exercise regimine. Combining the two is the top contributer to weight loss, the downfall, like most things; it's easier said than done. There is a never-ending line of weight loss programs available, but not a lot of information on which ones actually work. You'll do your research by find there are not a lot of impartial reviews out there. The fat loss factor - information
The mastermind behind the program is Dr. Charles Livingstone - he is well known in the chiropratic community and also known as a wellness specialist. The guide contains specifics for a better, healthier lifestyle plan. The idea is to condition people to lose unwanted stomach fat. Starting from the 'thought' of success to using the knowledge learned to eat better, excersise with a purpose and create a focused mental attitude. The advice listed in the book is considered 'down to earth' with a no nonsense approach.
A big area of focus in this course is the removal of the bad toxins in the body. A detox if you will, it's pushed hard and for good reason. Foods such as vegetables, fruits, raw nuts, seeds beans etc.. - these are to prepare your body for success in the long-run. The first phase is a bit tougher and requires a lot of water intake, it's all for a greater cause.
Another phase within the program begins to focus on the correct foods to eat. You'll be provided with a list of 15 foods that help cause weight loss. You'll also begin the exercise program including strength and interval training to help 'shock' your body, you will also be advised to drink a large amount of water during this phase.
Next, you will learn how to control some of the mind and body aspects of the journey. Losing weight (especially at the beginning) can be a bit stressful and there is a small portion discussing on how to help deal with that. You'll be reminded about smaller portions as well as the effects of healthy eating for a better living. (Click to play)
The good, the bad and the ugly:
Money back guarantee
Fat loss comes quickly
Muscle building at the same time
Experience higher energy levels
Easy access with a 60 day refund
Down to earth reading
Ebooks and videos included
It's difficult at first (Much like most new things)
Requires a commitment
Foods are sometimes a bit pricy
To get full benefit, gym membership is required
All about the program
The program consists of 2 phases. The first phase is about two weeks long, after completion of phase 1 begins phase 2, this lasts about 10 weeks. The course comes with an easy to follow ebook and videos to make things even better. Everything is available for immediate download. I personally downloaded everything, then burned it to disc so I had a backup of it :). Support
With every product I look over, I always test the support to get a feel for how much they care about their customers. (This is a good way to find out for testing) I sent an email asking a few questions about the program, or rather clarification about the program. Usually most will reply within 24 hours, but to my surprised I got an email from DR Charles himself, it only took about 3 hours to hear back from him. It may have just been
good timing, but it sure impressed me. In addition if you look around at others talking about the support, a vast majority of them seem to be very happy with it.
When pricing was first brought up, I thought this one would go for near the $100 range, give or take a few of course. To my surprise it's listed at $47 - trying to be as impartial as I can, that seemed very fair to me considering what you get with it. For me, the icing on the cake was the 60 day unconditional refund guarantee.
If you take the testimonials out there and combine it with user feed back such as forums and other talk groups, the overwhelming majority (including myself) is happy with it. The program is a bit of a different approach more-so than most programs out there. The detoxing and the phases help break things up as well, I give this an overall 9 out of 10 based on product, pricing, support and ease of use.
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Published on Apr 17, 2013