Lose the Next 10 Lbs in 21 Days

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Lose the Next 10-Lbs in 21-Days will show you an effortless way to lose the first or next ten pounds. It doesn’t matter how much weight you’re trying to lose, it is always best to focus only on the next ten pounds. This makes it a very manageable goal. Lose the Next 10-Lbs in 21-Days will teach you how to eat to reduce your cravings, take control over your eating habits, and lose fat not muscle. More
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About Del Millers

Dr. Del Millers is the author of eight books, including his latest, Fitness & Spirituality: How to Make the Connection, and founder of TheBestYouAcademy.com. As a professional speaker and lifestyle consultant, Dr. Del helps his clients to look good naked & energize their lifestyle, make time for what's truly important in their lives, and live inspired with passion and purpose.

A PhD Nutritionist with a Masters degree in psychology, Dr. Del teaches simple mind-body principles to busy entrepreneurs and professionals to help them get their bodies back, energize their lifestyle, and make a difference in their lives in as little as 10-Minutes Today.

Dr. Del has appeared on FOX Television (Good Day LA), E-Entertainment TV (DR 90210), numerous nationally syndicated radio shows, and in magazines, and newspapers throughout the United States and Australia (LA Sports & Fitness, Australian Ironman, Health & Fitness, Stuff, Fighting Fat and others).


Review by: Mike White on Nov. 19, 2016 :
I'll give the writer some credit. He busts the absurd 'calories in calories out' myth that people still won't let go of, in spite of the fact that it has less scientific merit than the BMI formula. I also appreciate that he acknowledges that dieting causes physiological changes, and that people mostly lose muscle through dieting and not fat.

He is wrong to say we know how to physiologically change the body so that 95 percent of dieters do not regain the weight. He is also wrong to equate weight and health. Healthy habits often lead to healthy bodies regardless of weight. We really don't know how to make people lose weight long-term. Losing ten pounds in 21 days is a crash diet no matter how you try to spin it.

At least diet book writers are acknowledging the failures in their own methods now. Hopefully, this spells the beginning of the end for them.
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Review by: svppvs Svppvs on Jan. 30, 2016 :
I found Lose The Next 10lbs in 21 days a great system to jumpstart my weight loss and get me to mindfully cut out all the junk food I love to eat. I tried this diet a few years ago and successfully lost 11lbs in 3 weeks. I'm going to do this again since I had so much success last time. Great book with great advice!
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Review by: BobW on Jan. 29, 2016 :
I found the book helpful and easy to read. For a free read it has lots of information that is practical and doable. I like that 21 days is not too much of a commitment so i don't have to beat myself up for months on end. If you are interested in your health, read it & you might learn something new.
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Review by: jhakan on Jan. 29, 2016 :
I have been using Dr. Del's program for the past several months and it works. I didn't lose 10 pounds in my first 21 days, which is the same program as his 21-day program in his rapid fatloss detox-cleanse book, but I did lose 7 lbs. All in all, I've lost over 20 lbs. on Dr. Del's program over the past 3 months. If you follow the plan it works. I wouldn't say it was effortless, because it's hard to cut out all junk out of my eating habits, but after the first week I really didn't miss the junk. By the way, the meal plan book has several different meal plans from 1500 calories to 2500 calories so it's not just one size fits all as a previous reviewer said.
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Review by: David Rice on Jan. 21, 2016 :
Spam. Reported.
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Review by: Barbara J. Waldern on Jan. 14, 2016 :
A high intensity, daily program does not strike me as "effortless," so you loose points in my book right there. I think that the general strategy of gardually introducing more fresh produce, nuts, grains and legumes into the diet while cutting down on sugar and processed foods, while power walking every day for an hour, can meet the goals of gradually loosing weight. I appreciate the addition of weight training for its multiple benefits, especially for the 50+, which the 50+ rarely get into. I think I get your strategy and can see how it may work. You've made it clear you're talking about a weight-loss strategy for physical appearance (toning and shape changing), as opposed to a fitness strategy. You've balanced nutrition and exercise. I congratulate you on using plain language, though the grammar could be cleaned up. However, the tone is very masculine. Also,I do believe that the plan is too generalized. You give detailed daily meal plans with spelled out proportions, but I don't think they could apply equally as well to different types of people, such as a 58-year-old, 5'2 woman weighing 155 lbs with some history of medical ailments as compared to a 30-year-old, 6'3 guy weighing 275 lbs. who may or may not have had some skeletal injuries. You have considered readers with little proper history of exercise with those with prior exercise training. All the same, I think you could be more specific in saying how the former could start out and go gradually. Those are my thoughts. Thanks for contributing free literature for the sake of health.
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