The Only Full Dieting Method I Dare Recommend…

Most people are convinced that changing WHAT you eat is the best option for losing weight.

For these people, the question is WHICH method to use? Should it be low-carbohydrate, low-fat, high-protein, low G-I, low sugar, grapefruit-only, etc etc etc. Aargh!

How can you really select the best one for you?

Well finally I have something to recommend to answer this question once and for all.

The method comes from a guy I’ve been following for over 2 years. He sold his system to the current owners who are finally offering his work to the public.

I am delighted that I can at last point you to the ONLY full dieting method I dare recommend.

You can discover more at www.DoDiets.com & www.FatLossSoftware.com.

NOTE: Why would I recommend a ‘diet’ when I openly promote a non-diet method? Well for the same reasons I recommended surgery as a weight loss option…

1. No single method works for every individual.

2. There are many roads that can lead to the same end result of  lasting weight loss. If a diet was EVER going to work, then this method would be it.

-Dr Martin Russell

6 thoughts on “The Only Full Dieting Method I Dare Recommend…”

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  2. Christine Bonsmann says:

    Our eating patterns may be tied up with how we think and feel about ourselves. There is so much evidence that dieting does not work and yet many people are still struggling to find the perfect diet and end up feeling miserable. Why not try to address how you think and feel about yourself first….and maybe the rest will follow?

  3. Because how you feel about yourself is a very indirect route to how you eat. As you say, it is a maybe.

    Absolutely do both. But start with whichever is the actual goal you are after.

  4. Dieting is about life change.

    David.

  5. perfit gym says:

    A person’s mindset is as important than those diet/exercise formulas, maybe more. If you don’t have enough motivation, you won’t get the job done–getting fit.

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