Fat Flush $19

[blockquote] Fat Flush – Lose 5+ pounds and see HUGE results in 14 days! [/blockquote]

[blockquote]$19[/blockquote]

The eating program I am giving you is NOT a starvation diet. I’m totally against starvation diets. It’s actually a decent amount of calories manipulated in a crafty way to help your body burn maximum fat and to retain muscle tone during the 14 days.

This is a 14 day training and nutrition (manipulation) program that’s relatively intense. You’re going to work hard for two weeks BUT your results are going to come fast and will be significant when you follow the program.

The program is simple in its brilliance. You are required to workout with me three days per week for two weeks, and eat the foods that I’ve outlined for you in the program. It’s simple actually – just read it and eat it and the results will come. On the days I do not see you, I expect you to do something (walk, jog, go to the gym…SOMETHING!!!) for at least 2 other days.

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[blockquote]Rate Your Health: A Quick Quiz[/blockquote]

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I have someone to talk to about things that are important to me
Almost Always (4 Points)Sometimes (2 Points)Hardly Ever (0 Points)

I give and receive affection
Almost Always (4 Points)Sometimes (2 Points)Hardly Ever (0 Points)

I am physically active (gardening, climbing stairs, walking, housework)
Almost Always (4 Points)Sometimes (2 Points)Hardly Ever (0 Points)

I exercise for at least 20 min (i.e. running, cycling, walking, weight train)
4 or more times per week (4 Points)1-3 times per week (2 Points)Less than once a week (0 Points)

I use seatbelts
Almost Always (4 Points)Sometimes (2 Points)Hardly Ever (0 Points)

I eat a balanced diet*
Almost Always (4 Points)Sometimes (2 Points)Hardly Ever (0 Points)

I often eat excess sugar, salt, animal fats or junk food
None of these (4 Points)Some of these (2 Points)All of these (0 Points)

I am within __lbs of my ideal weight
10 (4 Points)20 (2 Points)More than 20 (0 Points)

I have smoked tobacco
Not in 5 years (4 Points)Not in the past year (2 Points)In past year (0 Points)

I usually smoke __ cigarettes a day
0 (4 Points)5-10 (2 Points)More than 10 (0 Points)

I use illegal drugs
Never (4 Points)Occationally (2 Points)Fairly Often (0 Points)

I overuse medication
Never (4 Points)Occationally (2 Points)Fairly Often (0 Points)

I drink caffeine-containing coffee, tea or cola __ times a day
Fewer than 3 (4 Points)3-6 (2 Points)More than 6 (0 Points)

My average alcohol intake is __ times a day
0-7 Drinks (4 Points)8-13 Drinks (2 Points)More than 14 Drinks (0 Points)

I have more than 4 drinks a day
Never (4 Points)Occationally (2 Points)Fairly Often (0 Points)

I drive after drinking
Never (4 Points)Only Rarely (2 Points)Fairly Often (0 Points)

I sleep well and feel rested
Almost Always (4 Points)Sometimes (2 Points)Hardly Ever (0 Points)

I am able to cope with stress
Almost Always (4 Points)Sometimes (2 Points)Hardly Ever (0 Points)

I relax and enjoy leisure time
Almost Always (4 Points)Sometimes (2 Points)Hardly Ever (0 Points)

II seem to be in a hurry
Hardly ever (4 Points)Sometimes (2 Points)Fairly Often (0 Points)

I feel angry or hostile
Hardly ever (4 Points)Sometimes (2 Points)Fairly Often (0 Points)

I am a positive or optimistic thinker
Almost Always (4 Points)Sometimes (2 Points)Hardly Ever (0 Points)

I feel tense or uptight
Hardly ever (4 Points)Sometimes (2 Points)Fairly Often (0 Points)

I feel sad or depressed
Hardly ever (4 Points)Sometimes (2 Points)Fairly Often (0 Points)

I am satisfied with my job or role
Almost Always (4 Points)Sometimes (2 Points)Hardly Ever (0 Points)

[blockquote]What Does Your Score Mean?[/blockquote]
85-100: Congratulations! – you are in control.
70-84: Good work – you are on the right track.
60-69: Fair.
40-59: Somewhat low – you could take more control.
0-39: You are in the danger zone (but honesty is your strength).

Note: A low score does not mean you have failed. You can always change your lifestyle – starting now. Look at the areas where you scored a 0 or 2 and decide which ones you want to work on first.

[blockquote]Tips[/blockquote]

  • Don’t try to change all the areas at once. Make changes in small steps toward the overall goal.
  • Writing down your proposed changes and your overall goal will help you succeed.
  • Enlist the help of a friend making similar changes or one who will support your efforts.
  • Congratulate yourself for achieving each step. Give yourself appropriate rewards.