That Fat Review
Strip That Fat is a
comprehensive, user-friendly nutrition ane exercise guides to
help create a better you. Sometimes when reading these
"experts" books we are turned by overly complicated language
that doesn’t make sense. Strip That Fat is an easy read and
before you realize it you will be finished with the book.
Compared to other weight loss books, Strip That Fat is
relatively short at 95-pages.
The majority of the book focus’s on the "15 Dieting Aha’s."
Catchy name right? These "Aha’s" are very basic yet very
informative at the same time. Common knowledge is needed for a
higher understanding of why and why don’t certain diet plans
work. While this program won’t explain in detail, they give you
the basic understanding of the "why’s" and why not’s".
The Diet Generator is one of the more interesting features
in the Strip That Fat book. What the Diet Generator let’s you
select different meals from the five different food groups.
This is where the magic happens. The Diet Generator then
shuffles them to give you a 14-day meal plan with 5 meals per
day. The Diet Generator will go one step further by creating a
shopping list for you. Many of us hate going to store because
either we don’t like shopping in general or we don’t know what
to choose when it comes to food.
There are many features that are included in the Strip That
Fat program such as Living Life Healthy recipe guide,
Calworries (another catchy name).
In our Strip That Fat review we wanted to mention
that this is a good guide for those looking to lose weight
and not overwhelmed with overly complicated facts and
explanations. This type of program seems as if it was
written from a person who dealt with weight issues previous
and wants to pass on helpful weight loss information. This
is definitely a program that is for the common man or woman
to get a head start on your weight loss path.
Official Strip That Fat Website
Disclosure: keyweightloss.com has not directly tested this
product, but has conducted research into the alleged results of
other users who claim to have used the product. The accuracy of
both the publisher's research and alleged user results cannot