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4 BIG LIES About “Healthy” Eating!

So let’s debunk these myths right now, once and for all…


Big Lie #1 –“Low-Fat” and “Sugar-Free” Are Healthier 


Low-fat, fat-free, and sugar-free foods are usually marketed as healthier alternatives.sugar-free

But that doesn’t mean that they are actually healthy!

Here’s the dirty little secret they don’t want you to know about.

“Fat-free” and “sugar-free” are just code words for “full of toxic chemicals.”

You see, when something is marketed as “low-fat” what they don’t tell you is that there’s usually a LOT more sugar in there to compensate.

And foods that are “low-sugar” or “sugar-free”?

Well, they actually have TONS of artificial chemicals like aspartame and saccharin, which have been linked to cancer and other diseases.

So, when you avoid these “fat-free” and “no sugar added” products, you are reducing your risk of cancer (from all the chemical additives) and you slash your risk of diabetes (from all the extra sugar in low-fat foods)…

Isn’t that an awesome thing to imagine, simply by avoiding any foods that say “low-fat” and “sugar-free” on the packaging?

Big Lie #2  — More Exercise = More Weight Loss


Sure, staying active with exercise and sports is a good thing.couple-exercise

But plodding along on the treadmill for an hour or two is not the most effective way to burn fat. In fact, it may actually slow down or halt your progress.

If you are pushing your body beyond its limits, you will not lose weight!

There are smart ways to exercise, tone, and burn fat (HINT: Think short and sweet).

Just don’t automatically assume that more exercise = more weight loss, because you’ll be making a huge mistake.

Big Lie #3  — Eat Less Food to Slim Down


Just about everyone has either heard or believed this common misconception.

It’s spawned tons of diets that involve nothing more than starving yourself, or restricting calories to the point where you are eatlessdesperate to fill your stomach with anything in sight…

And then you end up gorging yourself on junk food.

When you restrict calorie intake, your primal brain gets the message that there’s a famine, and it should hold on to your fat stores to keep you from starving, making losing weight even harder.

This myth is not only false, it’s downright dangerous! (If you restrict your calorie intake for long enough, it can lead to malnutrition or even an eating disorder.)

Bottom line: Don’t do it. I’ll show you what to do instead in just a moment.

Big Lie #4 Eating Fat Makes You Fat


The truth is, eating fat is the perfect way to burn fat — IF you know the right kinds of fats to eat!

Only certain kinds of fats are healthy and have the ability to accelerate your weight loss. Many of the other fats are actually coco-fattoxic!

Consuming the right balance of healthy fats trains your body to burn fat for fuel.

So pass the butter please, and don’t feel guilty about that steak, either.

So, as you can see, this is not your fault. You have been lied to over and over again about the best way to lose weight and get fit.

And these lies are keeping you from having the body that you want.

If you are one of the millions who’ve fallen victim to the low-fat, low-carb restrictive diets the weight loss industry is selling (backed by Big Food), you must decide now to believe the truth instead!

Because if you continue to eat these dangerous foods, you’ll halt your weight loss in its tracks. And probably gain more weight, as your body continues to fight a losing, uphill battle.

Eventually, no matter how strong you are, your body just can’t keep up with the abuse. And you end up like I did. Or even worse.

I don’t want this to happen to you. I’ve been there and I know how painful it is. And I know it’s not the future you’d choose for yourself, either.

Everything is about to become clear in a moment as we dive into the solution, including what you should be doing to get the lean, toned body you deserve.

I will show you how to completely eliminate your junk food cravings while eating wholesome, delicious food whenever you are hungry.

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