the Myth of Gradual Weight Loss

When it comes to weight loss, there is a common belief that losing weight gradually is more effective in the long run.

However, recent studies conducted between 1995 and 2010 have challenged this notion!…

These studies compared the outcomes of individuals who lost weight quickly versus those who lost weight slowly.

Surprisingly, ALL of the studies consistently found that those who lost weight more rapidly actually had BETTER long-term results.

This means that they were able to maintain their weight loss for a longer period of time, ranging from 1 to 5 years later.

These findings suggest that RAPID weight loss may be a more viable and successful approach for individuals looking to achieve and sustain their desired weight.

And if you really think about it, it makes logical sense. Rapid weight loss can be more effective for some people because it can provide quick motivation and results. When individuals see noticeable changes in their bodies early on, it can boost their confidence and determination to stick with their weight loss plan. This can make it easier to stay committed and achieve their desired weight in the long run!…

However, it’s important to remember that rapid weight loss may not be suitable for everyone, and it should be done in a healthy way, under the guidance of a professional, to ensure sustainability. That’s why joining the FVT “20 in 6” Challenge 2.0 can be the perfect opportunity for you because we focus on harnessing the benefits of rapid weight loss, while ensuring it’s done safely and effectively, because you’ll receive personalized guidance and support.

Key take-away from today – quick weight loss actually CAN be a valuable tool, as long as you do it RIGHT!

And, if you’re looking for professional help and support in the process, stay tuned for the FVT “20 in 6” Challenge 2.0 – registration opens Thursday, September 14th!

-Forest and the FVT Team @

PS – It’s going to be easier and less painful than last time… because with my NEW and IMPROVED nutrition methods, you will NOT have to count calories, weigh your food, or record everything you eat.

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