“Simple works, complex fails.”
This phrase changed my mind a long time ago. And the results are evident.
This is a review of P.D. Mangan’s Fat Loss Plan (he has a very successful website: http://roguehealthandfitness.com/)
Firstly, this is a review of P.D. Mangan’s “The World’s Simplest Fat Loss Plan”.
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Above all, what I liked about “The World’s Simplest Fat Loss Plan” is that it’s SIMPLE. Duh.
Because making things simple is what made my transformation possible.
I was FAT for years.
I was also SKINNY for years.
Therefore, I know how it feels to be both skinny and fat.
I was skinny-fat too!
Being SKINNY FAT is the worst in my opinion. Because you have too much fat and too little muscle. At least when I was fat I had more strength. At least when I was skinny I fit in my clothes and I could walk for miles…
Secondly, another thing this plan has going for it is that the author practices what he preaches. P.D. Mangan is 63 years old and he looks like this:
I practice an almost identical program, I’m 40 years old and I look like this:
WHY WOULD YOU WANT YOUR FAT LOSS DIET PLAN TO BE COMPLEX?
Making your fat loss diet plan complex sounds like an ‘advanced‘ or ‘elite‘ thing to do. But this is just the type of thinking that will keep you stuck where you are.
It is exactly what I did during all the years when I struggled with my fatness.
[pullquote align=”normal” cite=”P.D. Mangan”]”Fat loss, health and fitness programs are needlessly complicated. You do not need an entire book to show you the proper way to eat for fat loss.”[/pullquote]
The LESS (but good) information you have, the better to get the results you want.
The more information you have is actually worse for almost anything you want to achieve.
Your fat loss plan must take into account HUNGER.
Your fat loss diet must be SIMPLE.
Both things get a check-mark in this program.
THESE ARE THE PRINCIPLES I FOLLOWED
- Eat less sugar
- Eat less refined carbs
- Eat more healthy fats
- Eat meat
- Eat whole eggs (none of that yolk demonizing BS)
- Eat some vegetables
- Intermittent fasting
- Resistance Training
AND THESE ARE THE PRINCIPLES IN THE PLAN:
- Avoid sugar
- Avoid refined carbohydrates
- Avoid vegetable (seed) oils
- Reduce high-sugar fruits consumption
- Eat meat
- Eat fish (I don’t eat fish)
- Eat eggs
- Eat vegetables
- Eat good fats
- Don’t drink calories ( I used to drink tons of soda)
- Practice resistance training
- Try intermittent fasting (not for everyone maybe, but life-changing for me)
Moreover, this fat loss plan includes a guide on intermittent fasting, and a video for people who prefer to absorb information with images and sound (I don’t. I’d rather read and take notes than watch a video, but the option is there).
This is what the program looks like when you’re in:
- Book is short. (This might be bad for people who want to drown in information instead of taking action).
- Has little information on resistance training.
- Does not take you by the hand.
- Is a bit dry in it’s writing style.
- You get an email consultation with P.D. Mangan.
- You get a guide to Intermittent Fasting.
- Book is short, 33 pages long. If you want results, less is better.
- Has sample meals (including vegetarian options).
- Explains all you need to know to get fit. No need for more.
- Is backed up by Mangan’s own extensive research AND practice.
- Deals with hunger, something to consider when you have several pounds of fat to lose.
- Distinguishes between weight loss and fat loss (if you lose muscle, you’re losing weight, but also your health and your future).
- Is cheaper than one night out.
- Has 100s of positive testimonials in his blog.
- You can expect 1-2 pounds of fat loss per week, like many who followed his plan have achieved according to him.
This plan is minimalist. There is zero fluff and this might put off some people. However, if you’re a person who’s tired of wasting time being fat, you might want to get it right now before your health keeps going down the drain.
P.S. —> Wanna burn fat? Get The World’s Simplest Fat Loss Plan. I’ve been using the principles outlined in the book and they simply work in helping me stay fit, strong and healthy.