No. Up to 90% of people that go on a diet end up gaining the weight they lost back and more. Dieting is not sustainable. But learning how to eat healthy in a well balanced manner that works for your lifestyle and body is. That is what you get here.
No. You have the option to do gym workouts or home workouts. Some basic equipment you will need if working out at home, dumbbells and mini bands. That’s it! Overtime as you get stronger you will want to make sure you have heavier weights but that can come later.
No. I have done this in the past and have found it is a complete waste of money for people and no one wants to waste money. No one wants to follow a boring and robotic meal plan. Instead, it is better to learn how to balance your foods and nourish your body with the foods you already love. Travel, social events, birthday parties etc. will always happen so learning how to have fun with these events while still getting results is much healthier for our mind and body.
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