Study: Losing Fat Slowly Is WORSE For Metabolism

Study: Shedding Weight Gradually is LESS BENEFICIAL for Metabolism

Often we hear from well-meaning, yet misinformed fitness trainers suggest that a slow and steady route to lean physique is best.

However, the truth revealed tells a completely different story…

Achieving A Lean Body Should Be As Swift As Taking Off A Band-Aid!

How do you prefer removing your band-aid? Quickly, right? It may sting momentarily but surely outweighs any other option.

Surprisingly enough, this principle rings true when it comes to shedding fat as well.

You might have heard warnings about losing weight too rapidly; stories of metabolism crash or even rebound weight gain?

Well surprise surprise my dear friend! Striving for gradual loss appears to not hold its ground. Actually, casting off that extra body fat should be exactly like pulling off band-aid – Prompt and swift so you can move ahead without delay!

The research proves when it comes to fat loss, faster is better. Scientists from Newcastle University tested 3 groups of dieters and found that those who lost bodyweight the fastest saw the smallest drop in resting metabolism! [1]

Another 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! [2]

And yet another 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 — even when using very low a calorie approach. [3]

Now that you’ve seen the evidence that proves it’s better to lose fat quickly, let me show the simple step-by-step plan you can use to make that happen:

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To your weight loss success –

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