If you’re trying to find the official site for Fat Loss Factor, click here. If what you’re looking for is instead an overview by someone who has actually tried this diet, then keep reading, I’d like to share my weight loss experiences using Fat Loss Factor with you. The Fat Loss Factor isn’t right for everyone, and is pretty intense, but the program may benefit some people. My wife and I both did the Fat Loss Factor diet, but it was more useful for her than it was for me. We both lost a lot of weight (she dropped 29 pounds and I lost 23 as well as reducing my belly significantly), but that’s only one purpose of the diet. The other main reason to do this diet is because you want to do a thorough digestive cleanse. Since that goal was more important to my wife than it was to me, it was a better option for her.
What Does Fat Loss Factor Offer?
This is an intense diet, as I mentioned already, but there are four different tiers: Beginner, Intermediate, Rapid Weight Loss, and Extreme Weight Loss. So you can customize the diet a bit right from the start. I think it’d have been better to label them like this though: Moderate, More Intense, Extreme, and More Extreme. I personally recommend sticking with the “Beginner” or “Intermediate” versions of the plan since they are healthier than the Rapid and Extreme versions.
There are two main steps to the diet.
Step 1: Two Week Detox
The first two weeks are the cleanse weeks. The idea is that by only eating organic fruits and vegetables, nuts and seeds, beans and healthy oils, and eliminating meat, dairy, grains, eggs, and sweeteners, you’ll be able to purge unhealthy toxins from your body and boost your energy and immune system. It’s recommended you only do limited exercise during this phase though, which tells you that it doesn’t really provide you with the calories you need for more. It didn’t increase my energy at all. My wife liked this phase better than I did. She has digestive problems, and said some of them went away when she stopped eating fats and sugars for a couple of weeks. We both lost a lot of weight during this phase.
We did decide to modify this phase after the first week though, and we think you should too. Without adequate nutrition, this phase is an unhealthy crash diet. Our suggestion is that you ditch the sugar and sweeteners, avoid grains or replace them with whole healthy grains, drop meat, eat goat cheese, and keep the eggs. You need to be getting your protein and calcium from somewhere.
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Step 2: The 10 Week Lifestyle Un-Diet
This phase lasts twelve weeks and includes all the same foods as the first phase, but incorporates in low-fat dairy products, organic meat, fish, organic eggs, butter, honey, maple syrup, whey protein, hemp protein, and herbal tea (you’re only supposed to drink water during the first phase). This phase of the diet is much more sustainable than the first phase, and much safer too. The idea is that the first phase will jump start your weight loss, and then it will continue with phase 2. We actually discovered we had better results when we tried the diet again later and skipped step 1, because it slowed down our metabolisms. We also felt better when we just did step 2.
Step 2 enables you to have enough energy to do the 12-week strength training program which is also included (with tiers for beginners, intermediate exercisers, and advanced exercisers). They take thirty to sixty minutes and you do them three times a week, which is pretty manageable. You also are introduced to some quick 15 minute workouts that you can do when you’re in a hurry. We chose the beginners strength training and did notice some tone in muscle as well as shaping up of the body. I am sure if we did more of the intermediate to advanced exercises, we would see much more of an improvement.
Fat Loss Factor was only $47, and it did come with a lot of great resources. There were pros and cons, however, and I don’t think this program is best for everyone. While phase 1 is considered a rapid weight loss phase, and you will lose weight rapidly during that phase, it may slow down your metabolism and cause you to put it all back on. You also may risk malnutrition if you follow it as it is presented for more than 2 weeks. I recommend you only do phase 1 if you need a detox like my wife did, and even then, add in some more dairy and put the eggs back in. You absolutely must get your essential nutrition! Otherwise this phase could be unsafe. If you are going to do any huge detox like this, it’s really a good idea to talk to a nutritionist or a fasting expert first.
Otherwise I recommend you just skip phase 1 completely and go on to phase 2, which is healthier and recommends organic foods and a variety of them. This phase is nutritionally much more sound, and more sustainable over the long term, although it’s still pretty restrictive. The exercise program is good, since a half hour three times a week is perfect for getting results without overworking your body.
Overall, the recommendations in phase 2 are sound, but they form the basis for a long-term plan and are not a long-term plan by themselves. Thankfully they do not pretend to be. Phase 2 does teach you how to shop for organic meats and dairy products, which is great, since you can incorporate those into your long-term eating plan. Getting rid of artificial sweeteners and sugar is a great decision to make. Use your own judgment if you’re going to try this diet plan, and don’t starve yourself of nutrition or calories which you need to function. As I said before its best to just skip phase 1 completely if you don't need a detox and move directly to phase 2 of the Fat Loss Factor diet plan.
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