I previously posted my Fat Loss Factor Review which you can go ahead and read. But I wanted to tell you a little more about the Fat Loss Factor Book by Michael Allen and about dieting in general. First before starting any type of diet that involves calorie restriction such as a “detox” or “cleanse” make sure you consult your doctor before doing so. I did not find the Fat Loss Factor Cleanse to be difficult to maintain, nor did I find myself starving and grumpy. There are diets out there that are too restrictive and I can’t imagine that they are safe (though I am no doctor).
I like the idea of the Fat Loss Factor Cleanse in that it did set me up for the rest of the program. I lost a few pounds doing it, had changed some eating habits and had a lot more energy. The early results encouraged me to continue on and take more actions. Frankly the rest of the diet was pretty easy to follow after the detox. I did not overly enjoy the foods in the cleanse but they were palatable enough but the big thing for me was that I could feel the changes (good Changes) taking place and, though I said it already, the new found energy I had was awesome.
I did not cheat while I was on the Fat Loss Factor Cleanse and was not really tempted to do so I may be fortunate in that regard but I was serious about making some changes and not just trying to lose weight. The FLF Book was great in that regard in that there is a lot of advice and discussion about attitude and not making the process a punitive one. You are actually doing a good thing for yourself when you embark on this program and having that psoitive attitude makes it so muich easier to accomplish your goals. The problem with a negative attitude towards a diet program is that when you are done with it and lost yoour weight youor mind immediately switches back to wanting its reward and all of a sudden you think “I deserve this Big Mac”. So changing your mental approach is one of the most important things you can do when starting on a weight loss program.