The Truth about Quick and Easy Weight Loss
Can you handle the truth? Or do you want me to tell you want you want to hear?
We’re human, and it’s in our nature to be lazy, to want things quickly and easily. We love magic pills and instant remedies and knowing this, clever advertisers twist, manipulate and package fat loss products promising to melt fat and get you shredded in just minutes per day without dieting… It’s all non-sense and you know it. I know it. Heck, everybody knows it. But we’re lazy and we love to dream so these products sell in their millions. But have you ever met someone who actually lost the weight and then kept that weight off? Did they pile it back on? Or did they move onto the next quick and easy solution being sold? The truth is if you spent the last 10 years piling on the kilos then don’t expect it to go in a matter of weeks with zero effort. Not if you want to lose it healthy and lose it forever. If it took you years to put that weight on it will likely take years for it all to go again. Of course you will lose weight as soon as you start your new regime – just don’t believe the hype – be realistic.
I’m sorry, I’m not trying to dishearten you. I’m being honest and one of the rare people telling you how it is.
The good news however is my honesty will save you time and money in the long run because you’ll lose weight slowly AND permanently. Buying quick and easy solutions are only short-term fixes. They’re the fat loss industries equivalent to speed or cocaine, addictive and designed to get you to be back for more.
Slowly and consistently - that’s the REAL secret. Focus on a kilo per week by making permanent changes to how you see food (not products) and move your body more (exercise). It’s not as hard as the magic pill sellers make out. They pretend you need them but you don’t! Just keep away from the scamsters selling instant solutions. They’ll take your money and waste your time. Stick your finger up at them by doing it the right way! Eat healthy fresh fruit and vegetables, portion control, everything in moderation, cut down on processed food products, sugar, alcohol, etc. You know what to do, we all do. One step/change at a time, master that and move onto the next and stay with it. You will see changes soon enough.