Has anyone else seen this? It was in the July 9th issue of First
magazine. The cover touted, "Lose 20 lbs. in 7 days"
The gist of it is to repair gastrointestinal issues that prevent you from losing weight on any
diet, so it is recommended as a prelude to whatever program you are going to try.
The food is simple and healthy and supplemented with two 'ultra-slimming shakes' and 'ultra-slimming broth' that you make up from boiling a BUNCH of vegetables. In addition to the shakes/broth, you eat unlimited vegetables and brown rice with lunch and dinner. You get 4 oz. of meat/fish at dinner and a cup each of papaya and pineapple each day.
I started it yesterday and actually got so full I couldn't eat dinner; I think it was from the flax oil and seeds in the shakes. The ingredients weren't that expensive, and the only supplements suggested were chlorophyll (to repel body odor/bad breath from detoxing) and senna (in case of constipation).
I love that it is only a week and that it is so healthy, plus all the digestive enzymes from the fruit have
to help get rid of the gut bloat I am toting around
I plan to start the Extreme Fat Smash after I get through with this, but it seems like a great idea to 'get ready' for a diet/lifestyle change. The ladies in his study lost from 5-20 lbs. in the 7 days. I can see if you had a lot to lose and had been eating really unhealthy before this that you could lose the 20 lbs. like the one gal did, just from unhealthy water retention and toxic colon buildup.
Yesterday I didn't take the senna, but I probably will the last 6 days just to 'clear out' as much as I can
I am following it to the letter with ONE exception- coffee
I have decided I can't give it up, so I have to have one cup with cream and sweet-n-low in the morning. Other than that though, I am going to stick like glue. He does allow green tea, but I forgot to buy that, which would have been a good substitute for the coffee.
If anyone else is doing this, I'd love to hear from you!