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Free Report: Learn the Secrets of Weight Loss Motivation and How to Burn Fat

Download a revealing interview featuring Tom Nicoli who was featured on Dateline recently during the NBC’s Ultimate Weight Loss Challenge.

Tom is a clinical hypnotherapist who meets with Tom Venuto, a leading fat loss expert to discuss secrets behind rapid weight loss and how to skyrocket fat reduction.

They share why a right mindset is so important and many other facts that may surprise you. Much of the information you’ll read in this special interview hasn’t been shared by other leading experts. You might wonder why? Perhaps they don’t know these facts, or they have hidden motivations for keeping these facts to themselves.

By reading this candid interview you may rekindle your weight loss motivation because you learn how to lose stubborn body fat at any age, even if in the past you have tried and failed. Whether you want to lose 10 pounds in 10 days, or lose 50 pounds over time the two Tom’s share some important weight loss tips in this conversational interview.

Tom Venuto

Tom Venuto is a strength and fitness trainer and body builder who is also known for his best selling eBooks, such as Burn the Fat Feed the Muscle, where he has successfully helped thousands of people lose fat and go on to share their weight loss success stories. Through hypnotherapy, Tom Nicoli has successfully supported people with their behavior modification goals helping them loss weight, stop smoking, and release various negative life patterns. These two make a powerful team and this resourceful report is easy to download in PDF form. You will learn some wonderful weight loss tips, and discover what programs may help you get motivated to achieve your weight loss and fitness goals.

To download, click > Skyrocket Your Fat Loss Success

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  1. i am a 15 year old girl and weigh 80 kgs (176 lbs). as i am in 10th grade, i can’t really make it to the gym. how should i lose weight sitting at home? please help me out

  2. Dear Sanah,

    Your question is very important. You cannot lose weight just sitting at home.

    Losing weight does not necessarily require one to work out at the gym. Weight loss is about increasing your physical activity and decreasing the amount of calories which you eat. So, if you can follow these four most important suggestions, you will feel healthier, lose fat and maybe even get better grades in school. These four rules are:

    1. Get one hour of exercise daily. Even if it means taking the dog out for an afternoon walk, or riding your bicycle, or jogging around the block. These are good ways to keep your body moving and to burn calories.

    2. Eat five servings of fresh fruit and vegetables each day. These foods will give you more energy, fill up your stomach with healthy nutritious food with plenty of vitamins and minerals, and will satisfy your hunger.

    3. Do not spend more than two hours at the computer or in front of the TV each day. Get up, get out, and move your body!

    4. No sugar laden drinks. This includes all colas, soft drinks, lemonade, and fruit juices. These sugary drinks put on empty calories very easily and cause keep you from losing pounds. Instead, opt for pure water. Try to drink at least 8 glasses of water each day.

    One more important tip is to choose healthy foods, such as fresh salads, brown rice instead of white rice, limit your carbohydrates, stay away from sugary desserts and drinks, and snack foods with empty calories such as chips and dips, and greasy fried foods. Another tip you might like to try is to eat only half of the portions which you would normally eat at each meal. Then if you are still hungry, reach for fresh raw veggies or an apple.

    Good luck in developing a healthy eating pattern and lifestyle which will follow you into adulthood and which will ensure that your body remains strong and healthy.

  3. I am 20 years old and wanting to join the national guard. They said I have to lose 30 pounds. I want to do it fast. Someone one told me you could lose 5 pounds a day not eating anything. Is that even physically possible? Please help!

  4. Dear Heather,

    It is admirable that you want to join the national guard, however, it is not recommended that you stop eating food in an attempt to lose weight. By not eating, you are sending the message to your body that there is not enough food available, so the body will automatically go into a decreased metabolic state whereby it will try to conserve calories by slowing down your metabolism. By slowing down your metabolism, this means that you will not be able to burn calories thus slowing down your weight loss. It is a built-in biological mechanism which allows the body to stay alive longer when there is no food available. So, no, this is not a good idea. Please find a good weight loss club or support group in your area to assist you in this process. Good luck!

  5. Dr Leia, I have finally started on my diet and workout and have been losing weight successfully. I have been drinking a lot of water to aid in the process, but then I heard from a friend that there is such a thing as drinking too much water, that it could hurt me. I’m confused, because I always thought that you could drink as much water as you wanted. Could you let me know what’s right and what’s wrong on this topic? Thank you!

  6. Dear Heather,

    Recently in the news media, there was a case of a woman who forced herself to drink copious amounts of water in an effort to win a contest sponsored by a radio station. I don’t know how much water she drank, but it was excessive. To force yourself to drink water is unnatural. However, if you are active and exercise regularly or live in a hot, dry climate, then regular water intake is important to prevent dehydration. Most people err on the part of not drinking enough water. So drinking 1-2 glasses of pure water spaced throughout the day up to a total of 6-12 glasses per day is healthy depending upon your exercise level and body mass. There are a lot of different viewpoints on this subject. A glass of water every one to two hours would not be considered excessive. However, drinking a quart of water all at once in one sitting and continuously throughout the day puts an added burden and stress on the body and could cause water intoxication. So the rule of thumb is to drink whenever you feel thirsty, to drink in moderation…1-2 glasses each time, and to try to space the drinking equally throughout the day, rather than all at once. Also, try not to drink excessive liquids and water( more than one glass) immediately during a meal because excess liquid may hinder the digestive process. I hope that this helps. By the way, congratulations on your successful weight loss and exercise program and best wishes for continuing your success.

  7. i am 17 and weigh about 11 and a half stone. i have tried exercising and dieting but just keep putting on weight. i want to loose weight for summer how can i go about doing this successfully?

  8. Dear Yvonne Adams,

    Please read my answer to Sanah above.

    Good luck and best wishes.

  9. I am 42 years old and a mother of four. I am currently 157 lbs and 4’11” tall. My arms are very huge (it looks ridiculous in sleeveless). My tummy measures 42” across the largest point. Due to the heavy weight I have also discovered my pores or rather my skin is so tight that if I go into the sun or sweat too much (I live in the Caribbean) a rash breaks out causing lots of itching. I would like to loose at least 25-30 lbs. I have tried different teas and exercises, but nothing is happening significantly. Can you please recommend something. Thank you.

  10. Can you please give me some advice on how to start weight loss?

  11. A year and a half ago I decided to start losing weight. In the end, I lost almost 30 pounds. I gained 20 pounds back and I’m down to my last 10 and I’m having a difficult time. I am traveling and my access to green lettuce and things I normally eat is limited. Exercise is no problem and I have a steady routine. Do you have any advice for someone who has limited options with what food is available?

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