The Belly Fat Cure

It Can Help with Your New Year's Resolution

Belly Fat Cure By R. Stover

Despite the big promotion, the book was not available in my bookstore and I had to drive 20 minutes to another store to get it.

On the first page of the book, Karen Diega Sutton claims to have lost 13 pounds within 7 days (!! ???). I did not know who Karen was, but her claim made me very uneasy, if not suspicious. Is that physically possible? Is that still a losing-13-pound-in-7-day book? Did I make a fool of myself and drove 20 minutes to pay for another unrealistic hype?

I relaxed as further explained in the book, that for every 4 to 9 pounds of weight loss in a week is only 2 to 3 pounds from the belly fat. The remaining loss results from the loss of deposits in the gut or "fake belly fat," as the author calls it. "The fiber in good carbohydrates is crucial to getting rid of this kind of waste from your body." - OK, that sounds not only likely, but also encouraging, as it means cleansing the colon, which obviously leads to better health. I've read a lot about it in the book titled "The book release at the end of the year has a lot of meaning, as it will reach readers just in time for New Year's resolutions." Especially that the author points out that losing belly fat is the most important step He is not the first to discover that setting goals is the best way to accomplish anything, but I find his long term goals very useful for achieving a healthy amount of waste ,

When I read this book, I found it more realistic and my initial disappointment faded. For now I can say that the Belly Fat Cure has its merit and I think it's worth driving for 20 minutes to get it. Jorge Cruise provided lots of useful information with many recipes for healthy meals and drinks. What I do not like about this book is the fact that Jorge has offered in his recipes a wealth of branded products that are not readily available on the market. You have to make extra efforts to find them in special health food stores or to order them by mail, which is rather impractical in the case of food.

The other limitation is the author's focus on carbohydrates. He neglected almost such things as proper food combining, body cleansing, and some other factors that are crucial to fighting obesity, which are so good in the already mentioned book Living 150 Years (ie, Bad Habits That Lead People to Obesity) be explained. The other good reading I propose is Buy The Belly Fat Cure: Discover the New Carb Swap System and Lose 4 to 9 lbs