Trying to lose fat slowly is a terrible idea. In fact, you should strip away all your unwanted body fat the same way you’d remove a band-aid, QUICKLY!
Best way to take off a band-aid? Fast. One rip and it’s gone. Sure, hurts for a second but it beats the alternative. Well, the exact same principle applies if you’re goal is to lose fat.
Once you read the article, you’ll discover at the bottom of the page how a middle-aged personal trainer from Michigan unveiled his “cheat code” for helping his clients get lean quick.
He’s helped thousands of people using this unconventional method to get lean fast.
BY: Instagram Influncer Tim Ernst
You’ve probably heard that it’s better to lose fat slowly right?
Maybe you’ve been told that if you lose fat too quickly it will somehow “crash your metabolism,” melt away all your muscle mass… and maybe even cause you to gain it all back?
Any of that sound familiar?
Well guess what? Wrong. Wrong. Wrong.
Trying to lose fat slowly is a terrible idea.
In fact, you should strip away all your unwanted body fat the same way you’d remove a band-aid – get it done quick and be done with it forever.
The research proves when it comes to fat loss, faster is better.
Once you read these 4 eye opening facts, you’ll discover a fat loss method at the end of this article that works so well, it was literally BANNED on Amazon, Face Book and Blacklisted on Google!
Check it out:
FACT #1 Losing Fat Slowly Is Murder On Your Metabolism
Scientists from Newcastle University tested this. They took 3 groups of overweight men and put them on a diet.
The first group had it the toughest. They followed an extreme diet just for six days.
The 2nd group followed a slightly easier low diet for 3 weeks.
The 3rd group followed an even easier re-reduced calorie diet for 6 weeks.
All groups ended up losing approximately 5% of their body weight. (About 10 pounds).
The difference is how long it took. Group 1 lost the 10 pounds in just did 6 days! Group two did it in 3 weeks. Group 3 did it in 6 weeks.
No surprise there.
But what IS surprising is that resting metabolism dropped the MOST in the six week diet group.
The 3 week diet group saw the 2nd biggest drop in resting metabolism.
And the 6-day “extreme diet group” saw the SMALLEST drop in resting metabolism!
So the research is clear. Losing fat slowly is HORRIBLE for your metabolism.
FACT #2 Trying To Lose Weight Slowly Kills Your Chances Of Losing Pure Fat
Researchers took a group of mice and put them on a 5% caloric restricted diet.
This means they ate 5% fewer calories than usual. This is the very definition of a “slow & steady” diet. The opposite of a crash diet.
So we’d expect good results, right?
In just 3 weeks of this “slow & steady” diet, here’s what happened to these rats:
- Fat Mass went UP. (They gained fat.)
- Lean mass DECREASED. (They LOST lean mass.)
- There was a decrease in their total energy expenditure (they became less active)
- There was a decrease in their resting energy expenditure (metabolism slowed down.)
So clearly trying to lose weight with a mild (5%) caloric deficit is a recipe for disaster if you are a rat.
But humans are different right? Not so fast, check out fact #3 to see why slow and steady fat loss is a bad idea for us humans too…
FACT #3 Losing Fat Slowly Is Horrible For Your Hormones
Have you ever heard the idea that you should lose fat slowly because if you lose fat too fast it will mess with your hormones? T
urns out that’s nothing more than an old wives’ tale.
Here’s the truth:
A human study examining the effects of long-term mild-caloric deficit dieting in humans found that long-term dieters suffered from 78% lower testosterone levels and 28% lower VO2Max levels!
The research is clear: Slow & steady dieting is HORRIBLE for your hormones and your testosterone levels.
FACT #4 If You Lose Fat Slowly You’re More Likely To Gain It All Back
I know this is surprising because we’ve always been told that “crash” dieting leads to “yo-yo” weight gain. But science paints a different picture:
A long-term analysis of European dieters showed that dieters who lost the most weight during an initial 8-week diet phase were the most successful at KEEPING the weight off six months later.
This principle held true even when the dieters were using a very low-calorie approach (less than 800 calories a day) during their initial weight loss phase.
Scientifically-validated research proves that if you want to lose weight AND KEEP IT OFF, you should lose the weight FAST.
So…is there a fat loss plan that will help you lose fat FAST and permanently?
Well, a middle-aged personal trainer from Michigan unveiled his “cheat code” for helping his clients get lean quick.
But Amazon banned his method.
Facebook blocked his techniques.
Even Google blacklisted this controversial fat loss method.
Click the next page button below to see why “big brother” doesn’t want you to see this underground fat loss method…