Forever Fat Loss

Title: Forever Fat Loss

Author: Ari Whitten

Category: Weight Loss

Published: May 9, 2014 by Archangel Ink

Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

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Escape the Dieting Trap and Transform Your Life
Have you been spinning your wheels, trying diet after diet, only to lose and regain the same 10, 20, or 30 pounds over and over again? Author Ari Whitten’s here to tell you that it’s not your fault! The common weight loss strategy of “burn more calories than you take in” will fail 95% of you in the long term, simply because this goes against your body’s natural wisdom. So it’s time to stop fighting against your biology and start working with your biology. Forever Fat Loss will show you how.
Eat What You Crave and Get Leaner By the Day
Sick of suffering through diets where you need to restrict fat, carbs, or calories? There is a better way. Satisfy your cravings for sweet, salty, and fatty foods, and still reach your fat loss goals effortlessly. Forever Fat Loss sheds light on a whole new way of eating that will keep your taste buds happy without increasing your pants size. Be inspired by the included meal plans, and stay on track with the printable daily habit checklists.
Eliminate the Hidden Triggers That Are Keeping You Fat
Did you know that one hour of watching television shaves more minutes off your life than one cigarette? How is your sleep affecting your waistline? Why is it that 500 calories of broccoli affects your body differently than 500 calories of processed food? The answers to these questions may hold the secret to why you can’t lose weight, even if you’ve struggled with diet and exercise for years. Forever Fat Loss takes you step by step through scientifically proven methods for increasing health and shedding excess fat.
Uncover the Secrets of the Fat Loss Industry
Discover the real causes of the obesity epidemic that the fat loss industry never told you…because they aren’t even aware of these causes themselves. Learn why people actually lose weight on low-carb diets. (Hint: it’s not from restricting carbs!) Find out what kind of exercise actually works and how much of it you should be doing. From magnesium and metabolism to insulin and leptin, it’s all covered in this comprehensive plan that will have you working with your biology rather than against it.There’s no excuse–Ari makes this plan accessible to everyone, whether you’re eating the standard American diet from your couch or dashing off to a meeting as the CEO of a Fortune 500 company. Download this book today and break free from the diet trap FOREVER

Forever Fat Loss: Escape the Low Calorie and Low Carb Diet Traps and Achieve Effortless and Permanent Fat Loss by Working with Your Biology Instead of Against It is kind of an ambitious (and way too long) title, but the book makes sense. It talks a lot about eating whole, unprocessed foods and about the importance of moving throughout the day, not just when you go to the gym. He would like you to have a treadmill desk at work, which is obviously not feasible for everyone, but I get the idea. Sitting still for 7+ hours a day is just not good for us. We were built to be moving. I haven’t figured out what to do about that yet. I think I’m going to pick up one of those under the desk pedal things.

The end of the book includes a checklist to go over daily that hits the highlights of the book. I don’t do very well yet. Some processed foods are hard to give. He also wants you to eat little to no grains, legumes, lentils, and nut/seed products, not because he’s an avoid wheat person, but because his outlook is that you can get the same nutrients and fiber from other, better sources.

Is this book going to help me lose weight – we’ll see. His outlook is to lose weight slowly and reset your body, rather than lose a bunch quickly , but just gain it all back in a year. I think his approach makes sense, though.

The one bad thing about the book is that there is a lot of repetition. It’s like he didn’t have quite enough material so things get repeated. Also, the “printable” checklist wasn’t so printable for me. I read this on my Kindle and don’t know how to print off of it. I actually typed it up though. I’m a bit of a geek and think I have a chance at actually following the advise if I have a list to check off/add up my points.


  • Huh. Interesting about the grains, legumes, nuts, and lentils. I was always under the impression that those things were good for you (obviously in moderation). I DO agree with the slow and steady wins the race, though. I have very little patience for people who binge diet and then wonder why they gain it all back again weeks later. :O

    • Dawn Christensen

      Trish~ I did a triple-take reread on that sentence also.
      I’ve concluded that is it simply poorly constructed and *should instead be phrased*: “… **wants you to eat legumes, lentils, and nut/seed products, and little to no grains**, not because he’s an avoid wheat person, but because his outlook is that you can get the same nutrients and fiber from other, better sources.”
      See the totally opposite meaning? The way it’s been written, the first half of statement contradicts the second half. I believe you caught a grammar error.

      • No. He wants you to “minimize your intake of grains, legumes, lentils, nuts, and seeds (especially if non-soaked/non-sprouted) and choose to get your nutrients from more optimal sources of nutrition, such as fruits and starchy vegetables.” page 143

  • Checklists are good. I’m trying to get us all on the whole food, non GMO path but Gage isn’t a fan and it means ALOT of time on the kitchen! A lot of time cooking something he probably won’t eat anyway.

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