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Weight Loss Plans: Not effective? Not Working? – Here’s Why.

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67% of People are Disappointed with their Weight Loss Plan.

Are You One of Them?

There are a number of factors that make up a “Good” weight loss plan.

Some of those factors are:

Effectivity: How effective a plan is would depend on how much weight a person losses. A part of it also has to do with how diligently a person follows the plan.

Efficiency: How efficiently, or how fast does it yield results. Most people have short attention spans and even shorter level of patience. If a plan doesn’t give them the results they want, they are on to the next one.  

Sustainability: Most weight loss plans are just glorified diet plans. So is the diet plan easy to maintain for long periods of time, in some cases forever?

Customizability: A weight loss plan should be able to be customizable to an individual’s allergies, medical conditions and lifestyles.

Do You Know Why Your Weight Loss Plan Isn't Working?

Take This (15 second) Quiz to Find Out.

Approximately 65% of Americans attempt to loose weight with diet alone.

They invest time, effort and  hard-earned money on weight loss plans that are really – just another diet. Diet alone cannot produce sustainable long term changes. It can give you some short term success, or an initial boost in results. 

If you want long term results, you will need a more scientific, sustainable and research driven solution.

Doctors agree, successful weight loss has be a “lifestyle change”. But until now they couldn’t agree on exactly what to change in the lifestyle to get results every time.

Approximately 65% of Americans attempt to loose weight with diet alone.

They invest time, effort  hard-earned money on weight loss plans that are really – just another diet. Diet alone cannot produce long term sustainable changes.  can give you some short term success, or an initial boost in results. 

If you want long term results, you may need a more scientific, sustainable and research driven solution.

Doctors agree, successful weight loss has be a “lifestyle change”. But until now they couldn’t agree on exactly what to change in the lifestyle to get results every time.

Do You Know Why Your Weight Loss Plan Isn't Working?

Take This (15 second) Quiz to Find Out.