AltShift - Lasting Fat Loss At Last
AltShift works by not only asking what we should eat to be healthy and lean, but also when we should eat those foods (over days, not hours) to make the most of their macronutrient content and to keep our bodies from adapting and halting fat loss.
The guidelines of the diet they choose are too difficult to follow long term. Nobody wants to weigh and measure everything they eat for the rest of their life.
They eventually feel too lousy to stay motivated. If your diet doesn’t improve your health, there will come a point when you can’t take any more.
Results stop coming, leaving them far short of their goals. When you want to lose 30 pounds, getting stuck after losing only 10 makes it hard to stay diligent.
It doesn’t even matter which diet you choose, almost any significant change will get you some short term results. What does this say about our bodies and fat loss in general?
You know the routine. You start a shiny new diet and some weight is lost on the front end, maybe even quickly, but then you hit a wall. You persist for a while, but nobody can keep pushing for results that aren’t coming. What does this say about our bodies and fat loss in general?
Is it even remotely possible that we evolved under conditions in which our calorie and macronutrient intake were roughly the same each day? Of course not. Yet diet after diet is designed on a daily prescription. If our bodies were molded under more varied conditions, what does this say about them and fat loss in general?
Have you ever wondered why your fit friends can eat certain foods without getting fat, yet when you eat those foods you can’t lose a pound? Maybe being healthy and getting healthy require that we ask different questions for a while. If so, what does this say about our bodies and fat loss in general?
"AltShift is so easy! Just about the time I start to get tired of eating a certain way, it’s time to change things up again. I never feel deprived." *
"AltShift is straightforward and simple to follow. I never get bored with my nutrition and meal planning is easy." *
"I bought AltShift as soon as it came out and have found it so easy to follow. I’ve done tried so many different ways of eating for fat loss and this one seems the most sustainable. I love how it switches so I never get bored or have the temptation of bringing of something off plan. I could see myself eating this way forever – it’s so easy and intuitive. I’m through my first shift and have seen results, which has not happened in over a year!" *
Jason Seib is co-author of The JASSA Method, co-host of the popular JASSA Podcast, co-founder and co-owner of Clackamas Physical Conditioning, a successful small gym in the Portland, Oregon area, as well as co-founder and co-owner of JassaFIT.com, an online training site and community. He speaks on the subject of fat loss regularly, delivering his Sustainable Fat Loss Seminar around the US. Jason’s passion is guiding normal people to extraordinary levels of health and fitness and he has built his career by helping thousands of people to change their perspective and find a healthy, sustainable path to their goals.. Read more…