What is Fat Loss Factor Program 2.0 ?


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The Fat Loss Factor program is one of the most successful at home fat loss programs of our time. If you are just learning about it you came to the right place. The program was recently updated to version 2.0, offering new improvements and benefits.

The program was created by Dr. Charles Livingston a chiropractor and wellness professional. The doctors passion for health and fitness, along with his real world practice lead to his formulation of the FLF program.

The program is a complete fat loss system that involves both diet and exercise to achieve its goals. This  program  is a complete system. Some diet and fat loss programs only concentrate on one “factor”., such as eliminating carbs, while FLF believes that you can only achieve long lasting goals by addressing  all the aspects of fat loss and fat retention.

The program is a twelve week plan, however you will probably begin to lose body fat the first week. 


What are the basic principles ?

  • Detoxing and avoiding food additives
  • Eating more smaller meals during the day (when your metabolism is burning more calories), little or nothing at night.
  • Eating the best foods to achieve your goals
  • Doing specific high intensity exercises that will burn more fat, in much less time
  • Learning and dealing with stress (stress is related to fat loss and retention…and more!

We will be looking at these principles in more detail, throughout our Fat Loss Factor program review. The program is built around the latest scientific information and research results to give you a healthier and more attractive body. It also instructs you on how to keep it that way. It is an easy to follow plan that will teach you how to lose excess body fat, and how to keep it off. It is flexible enough to allow you to stray from your diet on occasions and still achieve your goals. The good news is, you can eat more  smaller meals during the day, (it is not an extreme sacrifice diet). Also you will lose fat by doing quick little exercises, instead of hours of cardio.

What is Included ?

  • Fat Loss Factor book (the complete manual)
  • Videos including the cleansing routines
  • Workout plans for the different levels of difficulty fat loss factor program pack
  • “Foojoo” software
  • Goal workbook
  • High Intensity workouts
  • Grocery lists and recipes
  • Lifetime upgrades
  • Free email coaching for one year
  • Unconditional 60 day guarantee…. and more.

Will It Work For Me?

It is always a good idea to check with your primary physician before starting any change of diet or fitness regimen. 

In the past, people thought it was enough to count calories and reduce calorie intake to lose excess body fat. Recent research however has found that there is far more to fat loss. It is true that if you consume less calories than you burn up, you will lose weight. However, there are many other physical and psychological “factors” to keeping lean.

The FLF Diet 2.0 addresses most  if not all of the latest research on losing body fat. This includes the role of hormones, eating patterns,snacking and binge eating, chemical food additives, the role of stress and anxiety and more. You will find discussion and solutions to the latest scientific studies in this program.

Are you willing to work at this? Are you willing to make some changes to your diet ? Are you willing to make short but intense exercise a part of your daily routines ? Are you willing to put these practices into your life, not just for a week, but long term ? If one follows this system, it would be difficult not to see impressive results.

“If one follows this system, it would be difficult not to see impressive results.”

The system is fairly easy to live with. The program is also easy to follow. It starts with a detox. Some people will find this the most difficult part of the program. However, users have reported doing this partially and still achieving results. You will learn about food preservatives and their negative effects on your health as well as your body fat. It can be somewhat difficult to eliminate these from the diet, but you are given grocery lists and data to make eliminating them, or eliminating them as much as possible, easier.

As far as the exercises, these too should be fairly easy to implement. You are given different levels of particular exercises, and work arounds for when you are not able to use a gym. It has been proven by scientific study, that short high intensity exercises burn and continue to burn off more calories. As mentioned before, the good news is that you wont be doing hours and hours of continuous, strenuous exercise. You will be burning off more calories in short periods of fifteen or twenty minutes.

Remember this program is fully guaranteed for sixty days. It is a very popular program and thousands of people are seeing and reporting results. I hope you found this review helpful.

Even though there is a full 60 day guarantee, FLF program has a very low return rate. This is always a good sign of a quality product.             >>>>>>> Try it Risk Free !<<<<<<<<

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Choosing a Fat Loss Program


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As mentioned before, its always a good idea to check with your physician before starting any diet or fitness routine  However, to be honest, many doctors are not comfortable discussing dieting of any kind. This is a bit ironic seeing that obesity is such a serious problem. If your doctor is “diet shy” at least explain what you will be doing and what you will be eating. If you feel you need extra help, check with a nutritionist. Its a good bet that they may suggest a plan they participate in, but once you explain the diet and the exercises involved, they may very well agree to make suggestions along the course of the plan. I think you will find many doctors and health professionals agree with the concepts in FLF.

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You may notice that throughout this website, we have avoided the term “weight loss”.  The reason is that weight loss can be a bad thing, while losing excess body fat is a very good thing.

There are many ways to go about losing excess body fat, and certainly there are many programs other than the Fat Loss Factor Program. The following are a couple of things to keep in mind while you are deciding the best way to lose.

For a diet or exercise program to be good, it has to be reasonable. If you cannot work the program into your lifestyle, it will surely fail. In fact this is the reason many diet and fitness programs fail. Often it isn’t the  person trying to lose, but rather the weaknesses of the plan itself. If the plan is too “extreme”, you probably wont be able to keep it up. If you cant stick with it, the fat will return, leaving you more discouraged. I dont know anyone that wants to lose body fat short term. Most of us want a beneficial change like this to be long lasting, as in the rest of our lives. Therefore, if the plan requires us to do cardio for hours, and eat just one type of food, we are not going to be able to keep this up indefinitely. A system like this is also unhealthy and quite possibly dangerous. So the first rule is….

Choose a plan thats reasonable

We are all quite different and our fat retention is just as unique. The more science discovers about fat loss, the more we realize just how complex it is. Therefore, it is unreasonable to think that eliminating one type of food, or eating one type of food for that matter, is going to be our answer. There is far more to it than that. Some people eat well and in good portions, yet they are very inactive. Others may eat the wrong types of food, at the wrong times. So in order for a fat loss/fitness program to be effective for all these different cases, it must cover all the bases. Not just one. We may never know exactly what makes us flabby, but we can scientifically make a number of changes that will bring us the results we are looking for. It has been established by research, that to stay lean, we need both a healthy diet, and a regular exercise program. A healthy diet without exercise is not good, and neither is regular exercise without eating the right foods, in the right proportions at the right times. That last sentence may sound more complicated than it is. In other words, science has confirmed that you need both, a healthy diet, and regular exercise to keep the fat away. Glycemic index is important, hormones are important, burning calories though exercise is important and dealing with stress is important. So the second rule is….

Choose a plan that is holistic (covers all the important bases), rather than a plan that is obsessed with one thing.

Those two rules may seem to simple, but they are in fact responsible for most of the failures.

Jul 31

Why You Can’t Just Snap Out of Your Depression

By Kevin Cann

Written by: Kevin Cann

Depression is still often looked at by the masses as a state of mind that we can just simply snap right out of. I am writing this article today in hopes of educating as many people as I can regarding the true nature of depression. According to researchers at Stanford University the cause of depression is attributed 50% to genetics, and the other 50% attributed to other factors. This conclusion was drawn on research with identical and non-identical twins as well as looking at adopted children with a predisposition to depression (http://depressiongenetics.stanford.edu/mddandgenes.html ).

Diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and even cancer have ties to our genetics. We do not tell people with these diseases to just “snap out of it”, because it is not that simple. The same can be said about depression. Evidence has been mounting showing disruption in the hypothalamic-pituitary adrenal axis (HPA) in those that suffer from depression. Researchers decided to look at this section of the human brain because depression is also linked to cognitive decline on top of the emotional instability. What researchers have been discovering is game changing.

Research is beginning to show deficits in glucocorticoid receptor (GR) mediated negative feedback. This would make sense in light that increased stress leads to increased rates of depression. Our glucocorticoids are a group of our stress hormones, with cortisol being the most popular. GR’s are responsible for binding to the stress hormones and relaying their messages to cells. When there are deficits in the GR, the stress hormone’s signal is not read and relayed and we need an increased level of that same hormone to get the message across. One gene in-particular is being linked to the decreased ability someone has in managing stress and it is classified as the NR3C1 gene. Interestingly enough in rats maternal behavior can alter another gene, NGF1-A, which controls GR activity (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19089807 ). This would explain how stress can lead to epigenetic changes that lead to us becoming depressed.

That study was done on rats, so let us look at a study that was performed on humans. Researchers looked at pregnant mothers with treated and untreated depressive disorders and looked at the methylation status of the NR3C1 gene. They concluded by stating that newborn methylation status of NR3C1 was effected by the mother’s mood during the third trimester of pregnancy (http://www.landesbioscience.com/journals/epigenetics/OberlanderEPI3-2.pdf ).

Why would the mother’s mood directly affect the child’s mood and predispose him or her to negative emotional well-being later in life? Could there really be a survival benefit to this? The time in utero and early on in life is a critical period for CNS development. Some newborns develop emotional resilience during this time and others develop an increased risk for mental illness (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2965301/ ). Perhaps this is evolution trying to figure out the best way to handle the stressors of modern society?

Serotonin is our neurotransmitter responsible for our mood. Low levels are associated with increased risk of depression, anxiety, and irritability. In fact, most anti-depressant medications work upon this pathway to try to alleviate the symptoms associated with anxiety and depression. Serotonin also plays a critical role in gene expression in helping us deal with stress.

Rats that are groomed more from their mothers show increased levels of serotonin. These increased levels of serotonin increase NGF1-A gene expression and they show lower levels of glucocorticoids, a group of stress hormones, later in life (http://www.nature.com/neuro/journal/v12/n3/fig_tab/nn0309-241_F1.html ). Knowing that serotonin plays a critical role in the expression of favorable genes to assist us in managing stress, we need to make sure that we do not become deficient in this important neurotransmitter. This makes managing stress, sleeping, and eating a diet high in nutrient dense food important as they all play critical roles in serotonin production, and poor sleep, food choices, and increased stress levels can actually deplete us of serotonin.

Depression is not just a frame of mind that we can just snap out of. Just like other diseases there is a genetic component to it. Our mother’s mood during pregnancy as well as our genetic lineage predispose us to either emotional resiliency or increased risk of mood disorders. The good news is that just because we are genetically predisposed to depression doesn’t mean that these genes need to express themselves. Our epigenome is an amazingly adaptive machine and we can take part in lifestyle behaviors that will quiet our negative genes and allow us to express positive mood genes. This includes sleeping well, eating a healthy diet of nutrient dense foods, having quality social relationships, managing stress, and getting adequate sunlight. Following those lifestyle rules will not only help with depression, but with other ailments as well.

Source: RobbWolf