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Lose Fat Forever: The Only No-Nonsense Guide to Making Fat Loss Permanent

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Product DescriptionLose Fat Forever is the only no-nonsense guide to making fat loss permanent. Most diets fail us because they work against our bodies’ natural ability to burn fat. The weight-loss industry has failed us too – most of their products and programs offer deceptive, short-term results served up with often dangerous, long-term consequences. Here are the facts. With the right know-how, your body will become a fat-burning machine. As you develop lean muscle tissue, eat supportive food at the right time, and do moderate aerobic activity, you too will lose weight, feel great, and build the body you want – FOREVER! And you’ll do it without diets, pills or hours of boring aerobic exercise. In Lose Fat Forever, fitness guru Derek Alessi puts it all together and makes it easy.

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5 Responses to “Lose Fat Forever: The Only No-Nonsense Guide to Making Fat Loss Permanent”
  1. Carrie T says:

    I enjoyed the book as it was a simple read and written at a very basic level that almost anyone could understand. This made it possible to read “lose fat forever” in just a couple of hours. I found the “insightful” suggestions and recommendations to be on par with any clerk at the local vitamin or natural foods store, just basic recommendation on how we could stay healthier by taking our vitamins and drinking our herbal teas. Dietary suggestions steer you away from the fad diets, but we knew that already. I thought a nutritionist would provide more sound advice, not a regurgitation of common knowledge. The exercise suggestions were the same as I have read elsewhere, and are readily available for free with a simple web search. The author provided a few worthwhile comments but I felt that all in all this book told us what we already know in a less than thought provoking manner. If this was the only book that you ever read on fitness and weight loss, then you would be well served to pick up a copy, but if you have ever read even a few words on losing weight (or watched one episode of Oprah) then this probably isn’t necessary for you. Like I said, it is a fairly well written book, and a quick read, but by no means is it a weight loss bible or the solution for helping you to “lose fat forever”
    Rating: 2 / 5

  2. OMG Sufferer says:

    I read this book 4 months ago and followed the nutrition and fitness plan the Alessi’s outline in the book. I am now 30 pounds lighter, have lost 3 inches off my waistline and am in the best shape I have ever been. What’s better is that I am still seeing additional progress. I have been through Atkins, The Zone, and many other plans that never allowed me to reach my goals. This book produced results without an extreme, difficult to follow diet, just common sense food and portion sizes. Even the work-out plans are easy to stay with. The title of the book says it all!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. Anonymous says:

    I heard about this book on a morning radio show and decided to check it out. I was surprised at how easy the book read and how common sense the approach seemed. I was never much for diets and was really just looking for a way to eat better and get into shape. I started the program mid September; by the time I had my annual physical in January I had lost 21 pounds and lower cholesterol (LDL) than I had ever had. The interesting part was I wasn’t doing any of the exercises the book outlined. Since January I have began the resistance training and to a lesser degree the cardio training outlined in the book. I can now “cheat” the whole weekend without fear of putting on any weight back on. Do I still have some body fat? Yes, but at 40 years old I don’t need to look like an athlete. The change in my body composition is definitely noticeable. My arms, legs and stomach all have nice tone and for the first time in a long time, I won’t be embarrassed at the beach or pool this summer. The book is excellent because it not only outlined what to do, but why to do it, and why other myths or plans fail. The workouts are short, adaptable and varied enough to keep me interested. As the title says, it’s simple, easy to follow and yields results and that’s good enough for me!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. OMG Sufferer says:

    I read this book 4 months ago and followed the nutrition and fitness plan the Alessi’s outline in the book. I am now 30 pounds lighter, have lost 3 inches off my waistline and am in the best shape I have ever been. What’s better is that I am still seeing additional progress. I have been through Atkins, The Zone, and many other plans that never allowed me to reach my goals. This book produced results without an extreme, difficult to follow diet, just common sense food and portion sizes. Even the work-out plans are easy to stay with. The title of the book says it all!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. Anonymous says:

    Book after book offers advice on weight loss, fat-burning and miracle cure. This book says why most of the advice we get is bogus and often counterproductive. Weight loss programs urge us to lose weight quickly, but only water weight that comes back with a vengeance – and keeps weight loss companies in business. The Alessis suggest eating healthful foods in moderate quantities, emphasizing the things that speed up the body’s metabolism. They also recommend a varied workout plan, using resistance and cardio training to turn fat into lean muscle. The best advice is to not look at the scale, and focus more on whether your clothes fit better, since watching the weight can be misleading, counterproductive and discouraging. Throughout the book, I kept thinking “That’s a good point” and it’s a program worth trying. It can’t hurt, anyway.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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