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Here Are 5 Daily Habits To Help You Get Your Dream Body & Your Life Back (Without Willpower & Discipline)

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Do Weight Loss Programs Designed for Everyone Actually Work? A Surprising Study

Generic Weight Loss Programs

The Interesting Study Behind a One-Size-Fits-All Approach

People have often claimed and they have a “revolutionary, magical new approach” that works for everyone to lose weight.

Sometimes, people buy into it, too.

So how true is it – is there one way of eating that works for everyone? Is there really one miracle cure likely to come out for cancer, weight loss, irritable bowel syndrome, and the whole host of other ailments that plagues modern humans? Is weight loss really just a simple equation, or is it more complex?

I share a pretty fascinating study (and some interesting points) in the video below.

 

Weight Gain Study Chart Weight Variation

Before/After When Subjects Were Overfed

Introducing The Food Control Program

Early in July, I have a program coming out called “Food Control” which is exactly that – a specially tailored approach to losing weight specifically by learning to master food and regain control, especially if you’re an emotional or stress eater.

If you deal with tons of cravings, bored eating, or just eat and you don’t even know why – this program is for you – and is much better than a generic weight loss program because it is designed only for those of you who want to master food and cravings. No exercise. No complicated nutrition regime. Just a very specific aspect of habit change and weight loss.

The best part? It’s all about tailoring it just for you: I created a pretty cool system to categorize all your personal habits, addictions and cravings into one formula. You’ll quickly learn your own weaknesses, and have a very straight-forward, step-by-step way to re-write your habits for the better.

If it interests you, hop on the newsletter below, and I’ll keep you updated.

– Alex 

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The study I referenced: http://ajcn.nutrition.org/content/33/5/978.full.pdf+html

 

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