Still Have Some Doubts?
Now if you’re still not sure about this simple approach, here are the most common questions we get about the Diet Free Weekends Solution.
“I lose interest before I even lose weight. Will I be able to stick to this?”
Look, dieting is hard even though the media says it’s easy. That, combined with a diet that has failed you in the past as well as your energy being drained, it’s no wonder it didn’t look. Today’s diets are too complicated and don’t allow enough freedom.
The Diet Free Weekends Solution allows you to see visible results in just 7 days, while at the same time, cranking up your metabolism. This will allow you to eat more than traditional dieters, yet lose more weight. The energy you get is another plus.
Is this the same concept as those “Cheat Day” Diets?
Unlike other diets that allow just 1-2 cheat meals or just 1 cheat day, the Diet Free Weekends Solution allows you to enjoy your favorite foods over the entire weekend (for most, this is Friday, Saturday and Sunday).
If you tried other “Cheat Day” diets in the past, you may have found yourself overindulging just to “get in” all your favorite foods. This leads to binge eating and you may feel miserable (along with guilty) the next day.
We wanted to eliminate that and allow food lovers to enjoy their favorite foods the entire weekend to avoid all of this.
What kind of results can I expect?
When testing, our clients lost as much as 5 pounds in the first 7 days. We realize that other diet programs claim 10 – 15 pounds in 7 days. However, we were looking for a balance of both immediate and permanent results, as well as releasing men and women from what we call “Diet Prison”. Typically, after the first week, the “norm” is up to 3 pounds a week.
This is a plan you can use for life because it’s very doable and there is no rebound weight gain.
Will this work even if I’m too old?
We strongly believe age is just a number. But seriously, the published studies validate our principles found inside the Diet Free Weekends Solution worked for men and women up to age 79.
This eliminates the “I’m too old” excuse because we want you to take action.
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