Welcome to my 31 Day Fat Loss Cure Review
The 31 Day Fat Loss Cure book is a diet and exercise guide for anyone who is looking to lose weight and get in shape. The book promises that you will lose 10 pounds or more in 31 days. I like this because it does not overpromise and looks to achieve reasonable goals that the average dieter wants to attain. You can lose more than 10 pounds easily but that will be up to you. The book is written by Vic Magary and his message is simple but effective. This is a sensible diet with about 15 minutes of exercise a day. All of this is clearly presented to you and completely mapped out. You will not have to guess what to do or what to eat with this program.
The exercises and diet both work. The exercises consist of building lean muscle that will help burn fat and have you looking great once the fat starts to melt away. The exercises can be a challenge but they are scalable to both your age and fitness level. Both beginner and adavanced versions of the exercises are provided. This is not a one size fits all program. You will need to commit to doing the work but after a week or so you will start seeing results. They should take about 15 minutes a day and the guide provides videos of exactly what you will need to do. I was intimidated at first but the videos helped put me at ease and I saw that I would be able to do them without hurting myself. The exercises do not require exuipment or gym memberships. They are not focused on cardio routines either but on building muscle. I must admit that I felt great after doing these workouts after about two weeks. The exercise portion of the 31 Day Fat Loss Cure is excellent.
The diet itself works. I do not love Vic Magary’s approach in terms of the whole “cave man” diet in that I think that is just a bit of schtick to make his advice seem unique. I don’t think your body can tell the difference between whether it is digesting ground sirloin or a sirloin steak but the diet encourages to even avoid hamburger in that it too has been processed. Some of Vic’sexample are strange – his example of why you should not eat whole grains on this diet is weird (and not at all scientific} but you can just ignore it because though his examples are odd there is turth in it. I can get past this disagreement with the diet in that it is still providing for an excellent weight loss plan. The diet is mainly protein based and avoids any kind of processed foods. I love the fact that there is not calorie counting but just weekly weigh ins. The 31 Day Fat Loss Cure steers you away from the obsessive portion control and calorie counting of many diets. It lays out what food groups to focus on and then recommends that you eat sensible protions. The benefits of protein diets in achieving weight loss has been well documented.
Actually, most of the benefits of the 31 Day Fat Loss Cure have been well documented. You will lose weight with this program. This is great because Vic Magary’s bonafides as an expert are not that strong. His claim of being an ex-army soldier do not correlate to being any type of diet expert – though I will say it makes his exercise program legit. I understand a lot of this is marketing and sales pitch but I just wish there was less emphasis on it. Again, this complaint does not take away from the fact that this diet works it is just my preference.
The book itself is very well laid out. It is well written and ther is not head scratching ideas – it is all very easy to follow. The videos are excellent and come with excellent production values. The whole program has a completely hassle free sixty day money back guarantee so you will have almost a whole month after the intial 31 days to decide if the program has worked for you.
My recommendation for the 31 Day Fat Loss Cure is all based upon the results which are that you will lose weight on it and get fit.