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Brian Flatt, the creator of the 3 Week Diet, has a degree in biology and has been in the fitness industry for over 20 years. This nutritious low-calorie diet consists of four Phases, is filled with fresh foods, and has recommendations to keep carbohydrates low to moderate.* For the diet to be successful, it is recommended to walk every day before breakfast and it is also recommended, but optional, to do weight training.
The plan includes four e-books (delivered automatically):
-The Introduction Manual
-The Diet Meal Plan
-The Workout Manual
-Mindset and Motivation Manual
-Vitamins A, C, and D are recommended to be added while on this diet.
Do Dieters Lose Weight On The 3 Week Diet?
Looking at low-calorie, no-carb meal plan suggestions it should work. Most of the Phases in this diet plan consists of low-carb eating, which has been known to help lose weight. The author does explain that it is not a “magic pill” and hard work will be involved.*
Is The 3 Week Diet Diet Easy To Follow?
The program does seem a bit extreme and consists of four different phases:
The First Phase lasts for seven days and helps to detoxify the liver.
The Second Phase is fasting for 24 hours
The Third Phase consists of 80 percent fat consumption
The Fourth Phase (final phase) is full of fresh, clean foods that are as unprocessed that helps keep a person’s carbohydrates low to moderate
We do like the fact that they offer a 60-day money back guarantee. Weaknesses of the program are: no customer support, no customer groups, no science to back up the claims, and no long-term instructions.* The strengths of the program is that clean eating is encouraged! This could work as a quick weight loss tool if you are in a hurry to lose some weight for an upcoming event and do not wish to have long-term results.*
*Please keep in mind that with any diet or weight loss program, individual results will vary.
So What Really Works?*
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*Individual results will vary.
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