Become a Fat-Burning Machine
No games. No gimmicks. No shakes. No starvation. Just a straightforward and simple, doctor-approved approach to eating and exercising that throws out decades of bad science and will transform you from being a fat-storing person into a permanent FAT-BURNING MACHINE.
This is our promise: Follow the plan in our book and you will experience dramatic, life-altering results. But if you still need further convincing, just ask yourself:
- Have you been gaining a pound or so a year, for the past few years?
- Do you crave sugar and snacks, and worry that you can’t control your cravings?
- Do you feel the the more you exercise, the hungrier you are and the more you eat? Does exercise make you feel tired and weak?
- Are you working out more than ever and still gaining weight?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then its time to find out if the habits you’ve developed are causing your body to store fat or to burn it. So much of what you’ve been taught about fitness and weight loss is patently false—that you have to eliminate all fat from your diet or that you should load up on carbohydrates before a workout. These practices may actually be sabotaging your success. Fat-Burning Machine exposes the myths that have prevented you from achieving your weight and fitness goals, and will revolutionize the way you think about your body, your health, and your outlook on life.
- 1 cucumber
- Hummus (your choice of flavors)
- ½ red bell pepper
- ½ yellow bell pepper
- ½ avocado
- Sliced chicken or turkey lunch meat
- Shredded carrots
- Wash all vegetables.
- Use a mandolin or…Read More »
- 1/2 cup of watermelon balls
- 1/2 cup of cantaloupe balls
- 1/2 cup of honeydew balls
- 1/3 cup of strawberry halves
- 1/2 banana
The good news is in! Chicken skin and dark meat actually holds some nutritional value.
When everyone was avoiding fat, the chicken drumstick got a bad rap. Poultry dark meat was shunned for the leaner white meat—and most people discarded chicken skin as well.
Here’s the facts: Chicken dark meat is richer in nutrients and contains more zinc and iron than white meat. Zinc is a trace mineral that’s found in every cell of your body and is needed for growth and reproduction. Zinc supports the immune system, heals wounds, and helps maintain your sense of taste and smell. Iron…Read More »
If you are a post-menopausal woman and want to INCREASE your chances for chronic inflammation and cardiovascular disease, simply eat a high-carbohydrate diet and lead a sedentary lifestyle.
It is well known that cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in post-menopausal women. Additionally, it is known that inflammation is involved in the process of plaque build-up in the arteries and a marker for heart disease. One of the measures doctors use to measure inflammation is a blood marker called high-sensitivity C-reactive protein (hs-CRP.)
A new study out of Brazil looked at 95 post-menopausal women and found that the women…Read More »
Move over traditional lunches. School lunches made the Fat-Burning Machine way can be fun and really delicious.
In addition to being a top student in high school, Brooke Kennedy is very creative in the kitchen too. Her mother, Linda, tells us that Brooke is constantly experimenting and creating delicious Fat-Burning Machine foods for the family.
She is sharing a couple of her favorite recipes with us, Cucumber Roll-Ups and Dark Chocolate Macadamia Nut Low-Carb, Gluten-Free Cookies.
For most, Labor Day weekend signals the end of summer activities and the beginning of fall events. It is often a weekend of fun, family and picnics. If you are aiming to stay on your Fat Burning Machine track, here are a few tips that can help keep you happy and in control.
Labor Day Barbecue Tips
Look at your fist before filling your plate
For many people, consuming a fruit salad seems like a good idea because fruit is “all natural.”
Here is a basic recipe:
Seems like a calorie bargain at only 161 calories for the entire recipe.
Fruit Salad: Is It Fat Burning or Fat Storing?
Fat Burning Machine students know that it’s not all about calories. Food affects hormones, including insulin. Insulin is nick-named “the fat storing hormone.” Insulin is released in response to food and the more carbohydrates, and in particular sugar, the…Read More »