Unwrap Your Fat Loss – Salespage Nov 2015 – Unwrap Your Fat Loss

Unwrap Your Fat Loss – Salespage Nov 2015 - Unwrap Your Fat Loss

read moreThe dinner table is prepared and full of countless dishes, one more delicious than the next. It looks like one of those endless tables from the medieval kings, food as far as the eye can see, and the feast is about to start.

Actually, it’s been a while since her stomach’s been dangerously threatening to expand. Holding her breath so the fat won’t spread all over the place is getting harder and harder, and the illusion of her clothes fitting perfectly is starting to faint. She feels the pressure pushing on her ears… is it her failing belly-hiding technique or just a little too much wine?

At the table: turkey, pork, roast beef, chiken, potatoes, wine (more wine), cheese, pies, cakes, nuts, sauces, eggnog… all await. So many luscious dishes and desserts she hasn’t seen since last year’s Holidays.

How can she not at least taste it all? Can’t one live a little? After all, it’s only once a year. ‘Well, also Thanksgiving and New Year’s… but I’ll start dieting right after that!’ she says. Last year was the same. And the year before that? Yep, the same.

In one study published in the New England Journal of Medicine (1) the researchers found that people gain approximately one pound during the Holidays, and another, more recent study published in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition (2) found that the weight gain is actually around 780 grams or 1.72 pounds.

It’s just what I told you before, I LOOOVE food. And Holiday food is at the top of my Love List! So many special dishes that we only have this time of the year… I wouldn’t miss that even if I was nuts.

The problem with Holiday meals is that, although they are extremely delicious, they’re also very fattening. They’re loaded with excess fat, flours and sugar. No wonder we end up bloated and looking like Santa Claus after the Holidays. And I’m not talking about his long beard, I’m talking about his BIG belly.

Maybe 1.72 pounds won’t seem like a lot, but research shows that 98% of people who gain weight in December won’t lose it the following year. And at a pace of two extra pounds a year… you can do the math.

All that extra weight you gain in December will not be lost during the new year. It will get stored forever on your stubborn zones, like your belly, arms or thighs.

I still remember when I saw myself get fatter and fatter each year after every Holiday, and there seemed to be nothing I could do about it.

There you see me… with clothes the size of Moby Dick and feeling absolutely uncomfortable in that picture. You can tell by the position of my hands, can you see it? Like I was trying to cover myself (as if the ‘king-size sheets’ I was wearing wasn’t enough…).

I knew all too well which poses to strike so I wouldn’t look so fat in pictures. Hiding my arms, my buttocks, my hips… (I’m naturally an hourglass-shape body type).

But you know what? It wasn’t my fault. I mean, how could I restrain myself from eating all those yummy dishes during the Holidays? I love eating! Plus, everybody was eating and enjoying dinners, family lunches, eating out with friends, drinking…

And with all the dinners, desserts, next day leftovers, staying up late and everything else, no matter how much I danced until I sweat at the parties, my New Year’s present was a couple extra pounds on the scale.

And there I went again in January with the number one New Year’s resolution in the whole world: lose weight!

According to a study from the University of Scranton, published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology (3), 45% of the population makes New Year’s resolutions almost every year. However, 92% of people never get to accomplish their resolutions, and 1 in 3 people abandon their goals within the first 4 weeks of the year.

It is only logical, don’t you think? If you were already overweight and you gained extra pounds in December, you would be doomed to dieting slavery, forced to start… Read more…

Unwrap Your Fat Loss – Salespage Nov 2015 - Unwrap Your Fat Loss
Unwrap Your Fat Loss – Salespage Nov 2015 - Unwrap Your Fat Loss
Unwrap Your Fat Loss – Salespage Nov 2015 - Unwrap Your Fat Loss
Unwrap Your Fat Loss – Salespage Nov 2015 - Unwrap Your Fat Loss
Unwrap Your Fat Loss – Salespage Nov 2015 - Unwrap Your Fat Loss

Unwrap Your Fat Loss – Salespage Nov 2015 - Unwrap Your Fat Loss

Unwrap Your Fat Loss – Salespage Nov 2015 - Unwrap Your Fat Loss


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