I am a health and fitness fanatic. Anything I can get my hands on about the subject makes me a very happy person, but at times also frustrated and angry. My biggest frustration stems from the garbage that is usually published by the diet industry. I find that nearly all, of the currently popular, diets are based on misinformation and marketing hype. Not only are these diets useless, in helping you lose weight, but they can also be damaging to your health. I have struggled with my weight all my life and I am tired of being lied to by the diet industry!
So, it came as a great surprise to me that The Fat Burning Kitchen turned out to be such a great source of information. The book, written by Mike Geary and Catherine Ebeling, is quite unique when compared to other diet books. Instead of presenting you with day to day diet plans, this book actually teaches you what to eat to reduce your weight and improve your health. I can honestly say that by following just one recommendation from this book, and eliminating a certain food from your diet, that you will start losing body fat without changing anything else about your lifestyle. I have already done this and am impressed by the results. (I’ll give you a hint – it is a staple of many people’s diets).
What Does Fat Burning Kitchen Offers
The Fat Burning Kitchen primarily focuses on the hidden dangers in foods that you probably have in your kitchen and recommends better alternatives. Instead of just telling you to get rid of all junk food in your kitchen, the book actually explains to you why these foods are keeping you overweight and unhealthy. It then goes on to explain what to replace these foods with and the reasons for doing so. You will no longer need to guess what and what not to eat and where to shop.
I appreciate that this book does not contain silly information about dieting that I am accustomed to reading elsewhere. There is no mention of grapefruit or cabbage soup diets here. The authors also reject, and rightfully so, The Food Pyramid. In fact, at times the book takes a serious tone and exposes how manipulative and uncaring that the food industry can be to its consumers. It is also quite fascinating why foods, that were never fit for human consumption, have ended up in your local supermarket.
In addition to the book, purchasers of The Fat Burning Kitchen, will receive a series of five videos. The videos give insight into what to look for at the supermarket, as well as how to properly read food labels. Meal ideas for breakfast, snacks, lunch, and dinner are also included.
Following are few of the highlights of The Fat Burning Kitchen:
- Foods that can directly effect fat burning
- Why you should not count calories
- The truth about so called health and diet foods
- Enriched flour (is it really enriched?)
- How corn and corn products can wreak havoc on your body
- Why artificial sweeteners can make you fat, and a great alternative to use
- How to easily control your hunger
- The only healthy form of milk
- How to choose healthy types of meat and fish
- Why even lard is better for you than margarine
- The history of soy as a food product (this one could shock some people)
- Why chocolate will not ruin your diet (My personnel favorite for obvious reasons)
The 23-Day Advanced Nutritional Fat Burning Blueprint – From this program burn your stubborn fat faster. It is advanced fat burning diet tactics that rapidly melt away your stubborn stomach fat. This system can only be used for 3 to 4 weeks.
Fat Burning Kitchen vs. Other Diet Plans?
Firstly Fat burning kitchen is simply about avoiding foods that are making you fat and you are unknowingly consuming them on daily basis. Fat Burning Kitchen focuses on removing the bad food items from your menu unlike other diet plans, which advices you to simply stop eating or cut down calories. Secondly Fat Burning kitchen whole plan revolves around food thus making it completely natural and supplement free diet strategy.
About The Authors of The Fat Burning Kitchen
The Fat Burning Kitchen is co-authored by Catherine Ebeling and Mike Geary.
Catherine Ebeling is a fit 50-year-old mother of three teenagers. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing from Ball State University in Indiana, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing (RN BSN) from St. Louis University, in St Louis, Missouri.
Catherine is a certified Personal Trainer and Certified Lifestyle and Weight Management Consultant. She has studied nutrition, food allergies, and weight loss in depth for the last 25 years. After discovering she herself had food allergies and gluten sensitivity, she was motivated to study more about nutrition, vitamin deficiencies and related health issues, and has made it her life’s work.
Mike Geary has been a Certified Nutrition Specialist and Certified Personal Trainer for over 10 years now. He has been studying nutrition and exercise for almost 20 years, ever since being a young teenager.
Mike is currently 33 and moved from New Jersey (growing up in the Philadelphia area) to the beautiful mountains of the Colorado Rockies 2 years ago. Mike now enjoys skiing almost every day during the winter and spends a lot of time moutain biking, hiking, golfing, and other outdoor activities and sports. He is the author of the best selling book The Truth About Abs.
Fat Burning Kitchen Cons:
- Not many recipes are included, however most of the recipes you are now using can be used for weight loss and improving your health, once you implement the guidelines laid out for you.
Fat Burning Kitchen Pros:
- In addition to helping you lose weight, this book will educate you about making healthy food choices
- Exposes many of the unethical practices of food companies
- Easy to understand, without getting overly scientific
- 60 Days Money Back Guarantee
Conclusion About Fat Burning Kitchen Review
With hundreds of diet plans recommending us to simply stop eating to lose weight, Mike Geary’s Fat Burning Kitchen is actually helping us lose weight by eating right type of foods. Cutting down just a couple of our everyday use food items can make a lot of difference and Fat Burning Kitchen is all about that difference.
I would recommend this book to anyone looking to lose weight, get healthy, or just to learn about what they are actually putting in their body. It is nice to see a sane approach to weight-loss that doesn’t focus on calorie restriction, food restrictions, popping pills and other ways to make you miserable. The Fat Burning Kitchen’s greatest quality is that it focuses on health, and if the guidelines in the book are followed, weight-loss will quickly follow.