Disclaimer: This is not intended be used as a substitute for professional advice. Individual results may vary.
Dieting Myths Debunked
Favorite Food Diet runs contrary to many beliefs and misconceptions about dieting and weight loss, such as:
Calories Are All That Matter - When we look at the complexity of the biochemical reactions that occur in the human body, it’s not simply a matter of counting calories. The body responds differently to different macronutrients. All calories are not created equal.
You Need to Exercise for Hours Every Day to Lose Weight - While exercise can help you tone your muscles, diet is the main factor weight loss. It’s difficult to create a significant calorie deficit through exercise.
Eating Smaller, More Frequent Meals Helps Weight Loss - Research has shown that there’s no weight loss advantage to eating smaller meals. Eating smaller, more frequent meals a day may actually make people want to eat more.
Consuming Fat Makes You Fat - While fat does have more calories per gram than carbohydrates and protein, consuming it doesn’t necessarily make you fat. Fat also plays a key role in cell development, heart function, and in fighting inflammation.
And many more…
The Secret Ingredient
The Favorite Food Diet tells about the “secret ingredient” to weight loss, which may be linked to a certain species of bacteria that naturally resides in the intestines of every living human being from birth, but is usually wiped out over time from taking antibiotics, drinking chlorinated water, consuming artificial sweeteners, and from being stressed out.
However, this bacterial culture can be replenished in the gut biome. As long as a person can maintain a healthy level of this bacteria in their gut biome, their body may metabolize fat naturally and efficiently.*
The advantage to this diet is that since the dieter can eat mostly the same kinds of foods that they are accustomed to eating, there are supposedly no cravings that would otherwise cause the dieter to “cheat” and wreck the diet. Because the dieter is eating normal portions of food throughout the day, they may not feel a sense of weakness and fatigue from lack of nutrition.*
*Disclaimer: Individual results may vary.
Inside the Package
Chrissie Mitchell spent a lot of time testing this diet on people from all walks of life, to ensure that it is as easy to follow as it may be effective. In addition to the main Favorite Food Diet program, Chrissie also offers 3 free bonuses to complement your weight loss journey:
BONUS #1 FAVORITE DETOX CLEANSE
As Chrissie Mitchell puts it, a detox is one of the best things a person can do for their health, but many people have over complicated the process. In this guide, Chrissie explains how to get a premium detox cleanse without having to use any hard work or painful diet restrictions.
BONUS #2 FAVORITE WARDROBE
This guide instructs the reader on how to dress in order to have “all the right curves in all the right places” to appear as though they’ve lost even more weight than they actually have.
BONUS #3 FAVORITE RECIPES
This guide contains recipes for all of Chrissie Mitchell’s favorite desserts. It contains her personal favorite recipe for a chocolate and peanut butter milkshake and a “uber rich” pancakes. These recipes were collected over the course of five years through rigorous taste-testing and are guaranteed to be delicious.
Favorite Food Diet
ONLY $47$37 !!
Special Promo Could End at Any Moment
Ebbeling, Cara B., et al. "Effects of a low carbohydrate diet on energy expenditure during weight loss maintenance: randomized trial." bmj 363 (2018): k4583.
Cameron, Jameason D., Marie-Josée Cyr, and Eric Doucet. "Increased meal frequency does not promote greater weight loss in subjects who were prescribed an 8-week equi-energetic energy-restricted diet." British journal of nutrition 103.8 (2010): 1098-1101.
Money Back Guarantee
If for any reason you aren’t satisfied with your results, or you simply change your mind, you may contact us within 60 days and we’ll refund you the full amount with zero question asked.
The information is not intended to be used as, and should not be interpreted as professional advice. Individual results may vary. Always check with your doctor if you’re not sure whether a routine is right for you. All images used are for illustrative purposes only. See Full Disclaimer