The Weight Loss Cure 'They' Don’t Want You to Know About
The Weight Loss Cure 'They' Don’t Want You to Know About: How It Works
The Weight Loss Cure 'They' Don’t Want You to Know About claims the
cure is "clinically proven, all natural substances that will melt away 30
pounds in 30 days, without dieting, hunger, cravings, exercise,
deprivation or surgery -- guaranteed." Not only will you lose those 30
pounds, but the author promises the loss will come from trouble areas such as
stomach, hips, thighs, and buttocks. And the best part, he says, is that you
will keep the weight off for good.
Eating primarily organic fruits, vegetables, salads, and coconut oil, along
with plenty of water, is just the beginning. The ritual of daily injections,
taking digestive enzymes and a whole host of expensive, special-order pills,
bodily cleanses, and walking an hour a day is supposed to turn your body into a
"fat burning machine."
Experts say it over and over again: If it sounds too good to be true, it
probably is. Who wouldn't sign up for a program that could actually deliver
these kinds of claims? If it were that simple, why would we have an obesity
epidemic in the U.S.?
American Dietetic Association spokeswoman Roberta Anding, MS, RD, points out
that The Weight Loss Cure They Don't Want You to Know About meets
several criteria for "junk science." She recommends consulting the Food
and Nutrition Science Alliances' "Ten Red Flags of Junk Science" before you
plunk down money for any
diet plan that sounds too good to be true.
And what are the 10 red flags? According to the FNSA, they are:
- Recommendations that promise a quick fix.
- Dire warnings of danger from a single product or regimen.
- Claims that sound too good to be true.
- Simplistic conclusions drawn from a complex scientific study.
- Recommendations based on a single study.
- Dramatic statements that are refuted by reputable scientific
- Lists of "good" and "bad" foods.
- Recommendations made to help sell a product.
- Recommendations based on studies published without peer review.
- Recommendations from studies that ignore difficulties among individuals or
The Weight Loss Cure 'They' Don’t Want You to Know About: What You Can Eat
Not much. In chapter 8 of The Weight Loss Cure 'They' Don’t Want You to
Know About, the author spells out the very short list of foods to eat and
the long list of foods to avoid. The following program is supposed to result in
weight loss, even while you
- Drink 8 glasses of pure water daily.
- Eat a big breakfast.
- Consume no MSG, aspartame, artificial sweeteners, diet sodas, diet food,
high-fructose corn syrup, fast food, hydrogenated oil, white sugar or flour,
artificial color, natural or artificial flavor, palm oil, dextrose, fructose,
soy protein isolates, and any foods with ingredients you cannot pronounce.
- Buy organic food from health-food stores or farmers markets and avoid
brand-name products from large food companies.
- No eating after 6 p.m.
- Consume 100% organic, virgin, unrefined coconut oil.
- Rid yourself of the urge to eat when you are not hungry.
- Give into one of your cravings each day.
- Eat large salads at lunch and dinner.