Holly’s Outcome – Very Pleased with Her Results


Holly Reviews the Cookbooks

Holly was frustrated, an overweight lady who had a terrible time with her weight. She indulged in food to make herself happy. She explains her inability to ‘get her act together’ and once and for all lose her excess weight permanently. Becoming desperate for a way out of her inability to shed pounds, the information she found for free on the Internet or at the library was either very out of date, or extremely basic. Then, a friend recommended to her the Metabolic Cooking Cookbook.

Holly reveals her own initial skepticism about some sections of the Cookbook, including uncertainty about the mineral content in some of the recipes. One item of importance she learned was most fat loss cookbooks actually use the wrong ingredients! She was shocked, although wiser. One nit, she wanted more information about specific mineral content in some of these metabolic cooking recipes. However, when she contacted support, they answered her questions immediately.

In her case, she shed some nasty fat, and lost 28 pounds using the recipes found in the meals. This cooking approach worked for her. Like myself, she found the Cookbook a useful weight loss, and healthy eating program.

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Holly’s Outcome – Very Pleased with Her Results — 3 Comments

  1. I’m really hoping for a success story like Holly’s. I can’t say that I’m ridiculously overweight, but to be honest the pounds are starting to add up, and show up in some inconvenient places. I go to the gym regularly and can’t seem to fit workouts into my schedule more than 3 times a week, and diets seem so extreme to me. I love food and can’t think of going without, but I’m thinking that I might just be eating the wrong things. Hopefully the metabolic cooking package will be just what I need.

  2. Holly’s story sounds a lot like mine… all the info that I’ve been finding for free on the internet doesn’t seem to be working, and just “feeling my way through it” stopped working once I left my 20’s, unfortunately. I should really just buy the cookbook. Yes, it’s $47, but that’s really not that much when considering how happy I would be to lose the weight.Who wouldn’t want to spend 50 bucks to make themselves healthier?

  3. Hey Steve, I’d like to add a couple of things. Losing weight is 80% diet and 20% fat, there’s no point in doing hours and hours of cardio and weight training if your still eating junk food, because you will not lose any weight, sure you may get fitter but you won’t lose any fat.

    Also, if you can’t fit 30 minutes of cardio in a day, 7 minutes will do the trick tremendously, well that’s only if your doing 7 minutes of HIIT (High Intensity).

    Do at least a 20 second sprint then a 20 second run, alternate for 7 minutes, everyday, you will feel great and revitalized after.

    Be careful in which guides you follow. There are TONS of fad diets and lies. http://thehealthspecialists.com has a decent, free newsletter which is a great source to get started.

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