In order to lose weight, it is important to eat healthy and exercise routinely. Dieticians, fitness trainers and doctors all have different recommendations on what to eat and how much to exercise. Since, each person’s body is different, what may work for one person, may not work for another.
Fat Loss Factor, by Dr. Charles Livingston, is a comprehensive detailed plan that focuses on the core principles of nutrition and exercise without taking diet pills. The recurring theme throughout the program relates to toxins in your body and its effect on your metabolism. It suggests that food additives are toxins that are harmful to your liver and causes your metabolism to slow down which leads to weight gain.
The Fat Loss Factor program includes an e-book, a master cleanse video, a monitoring and tracking exercise log book, a workout guide book, a few short exercise videos, a set and monitor goals book and a recipe and grocery list book. It costs $47.00 for all of the materials and there is a 60 day risk free guarantee. It is only available in digital download.
The first two weeks are considered a detox period that is supposed to rid the body of toxins. During these two weeks, you will eat organic and natural raw foods such as nuts, vegetables, fruit and beans.
After the cleansing phase is complete, the next ten weeks revolve around working out, eating healthy, and drinking a lot of water. The program is 12 weeks long and can be restarted on completion of the 12 week cycle.
Although they say you will lose a lot of weight within the first 7 days, this is commonly referred to as water weight. Noticeable fat loss will start to be apparent between the second and fourth week of the diet.
Even though the program is easy, the overwhelming amount of information contained in the package was a common complaint among customers. Trying to understanding the fundamentals of healthy eating and learning how to exercise at the same can be a lot to take in.
Since this is a natural diet program, it is pertinent to learn about how it works because you do not have diet pills to rely on. There are many free articles on the FatLossFactor.com website for any additional information or questions you may have.
Many reviews have depicted this diet as a true weight loss plan. This plan is different than many others because it requires time and dedication to learn the information, implement its components and integrate the full regimen into your life. Taking this program one step at a time is going to be most beneficial in the long run.
If you find a diet plan you like, it will be easy to stick with. Losing weight immediately should not be expected, many weight loss plans fail because they are not given time to work. Weight loss is possible if you make the effort to change your eating habits and commit yourself to a regular exercise routine. Not only will you feel better and look better but you will be healthier as well.
I have done an hour of research and it seems like all the stuff I come up with is all fake. Is this real or not???
This was an excellent product. I finished my first cycle of fat loss factor losing 35 pounds (275-240). Though this product is not for everyone I found this beneficial to my health.
My wife and I started the 14-day Raw Diet portion of this on Jan.12. We have both benefited from it so far. I have lost 7 lbs (197-190) and she has lost 6.5 lbs (181.6-177). I am a bit concerned about a transition to reintroducing some of the other foods back into our diet. This plan does not provide a step by step road map, but rather an overview of the steps. We have been on Weight Watchers before and it was very successful over time -- this FLF is faster, but that is probably due to the raw diet component. We are convinced that the raw foods will be a permanent part of our eating... but we are still struggling with what will be next.
I think FLF is very sketchy. It does seem like a total scam, and the advertising is a bit..."odd" based on the word for word video "reviews." BUTTTTTTT...They have excellent customer service. I bought FLF for $47 and downloaded all the ebooks very easily. After reading the books, though, I decided it wasn't right for me (but they were excellently laid-out and thought-out books/programs).
So then, I emailed "Dr. Charles" or whatever, asking him if I could get my refund because they did state in their video there is a 60-day money back guarantee...and I got an email back only 1 hour later!
He told me it was no problem, and that my purchase was refunded. The refund and confirmation showed up on my credit card statement a day later!
Although it is a very sketchy product...their money back guarantee is very true, and customer service is very quick and friendly.
Look at the videos in the above review. The two videos are word for word. Definitely would be a waste of money. I am sure the information is well put together...but nothing new. Just incredibly good marketing. There are a lot of fake reviews, fake websites out there....created simply to be part of the advertising. As someone who is into good nutrition and fitness, the tried and true rules are the way to go...just find a different support system. 1. Eat whole, nutrient dense foods. (Eat right!).
2. Make sure you are eating right proportions. (Eat less!). 3. Get out, move and work hard..doing something that makes you feel good (Exercise!)
I was quite curious and was almost sucked in, until I found this and was a little suspicious...