Counting Calories Doesn't Work -

Counting Calories Doesn't Work -

There''s a Much Better Way

Almost everyone thinks calories are their enemy because devouring too many calories causes fat, correct? So people think that the quickest route to losing weight is by counting calories.

So if a person counting calories is eating 3,000 calories a day and then cut back to 1,500 calories a day – then surely the 1,500 less calories have to mean they will lose weight, correct?

Not in the real world . . .

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Instead, if you reduce your calories too much (by starving yourself or cutting out meals) you''ll soon hit a diet "plateau" (where your weight won’t drop down no matter how little you eat).

After one day of starving yourself you feel terrible, but you’re determined not to quit -- so you might hold out for a few more days on the diet.

No matter how long you hold out, you won''t get any thinner.

That’s because even after two weeks of starvation, you will have lost very little weight. You will look in the mirror and your body will look just the same.


Because you’ve lost water weight – not fat.

And when you starve yourself you cause a “hidden enemy” to activate...

… when you starve yourself you start burning less calories every day.

So that’s why most starvation dieters cannot lose any more weight after just dieting for two weeks.

The fact is that “serious” weight loss can’t be done through starvation dieting.

Serious weight loss can only be achieved by giving your body the right types of calories at the correct times each day by shifting calories, not by counting calories. Click the banner below to see how!

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