Welcome to our review on The Fat Burning Kitchen program by Mike Geary and Catherine Ebeling.
As society marches on and we all become busier, we start to get more careless with what we consume. As a result, most of us have the annoying problem of gaining too much fat and not being fit enough. And sometimes, we believed that this or that food was healthy and ate them a lot. But ironically, they contain more fat than we expected.
In addition to the already harmful food such as sugar and oil, some foods also misled us. Those foods market themselves as “diet” or “healthy”, such as soy milk, juice, whole-grain cereal, etc. We thought that there would be no harm in eating them. Yet, we didn’t realize that we have been directly putting strain into our bodies.
Because of this, it’s essential to have a diet with truly healthy food. It’s even more ideal if your health is improved and your fat is burned at the same time. The Fat Burning Kitchen is a program with such types of diet. It claims to make us understand the hidden damage in what we thought to be innocuous foods and recommend what you should eat to burn fat and preserve health.
However, the program only focuses on diet and what we should eat, rather than recommending exercises and such. It might leave us skeptical on whether the program works as it claims. The Fat Burning Kitchen review today will examine whether the method really works.
About The Fat Burning Kitchen
The Fat Burning Kitchen is a diet program with a strong focus on our nutritional intake. It comes in the form of a digital book.
It works with an exciting approach rather than stressing over our calorie intake like some other diets. This one instead focuses on the nutrients we consume. It looks at the types of food we usually eat and breaks them down into two categories: harmful and harmless (or at least relatively less harmful). Rather than telling you that you should cut down your diet as much as possible, it still gives you a wide choice of tasty and healthful foods to add to your meals.
Also, it doesn’t focus on too much training and instead only tells us to focus on what we eat. It could make the book very helpful for those who wish to lose the chubby stomach but have too little time for training and exercises. Yet, the lack of any actual physical activities might be a turnoff, because most of us believe that we need to combine diet with exercises for the best results.
What Benefits The Fat Burning Kitchen Can Bring?
This book promises to:
- Lose weight and gain muscle with special fat-burning diets.
- Enlighten you on what you should eat and what you should avoid.
- Improve your overall health.
The Fat Burning Kitchen Review – About the authors
Mike Geary and Catherine Ebeling are the co-authors of this program.
Mike Geary and Catherine Ebeling
According to my research, Mike Geary is a certified personal trainer and nutrition expert, and the author of another best-selling book, “The Truth about Six Pack Abs.” He has also had numerous published articles on the subject of nutrition.
Meanwhile, Catherine Ebeling has also been a certified personal trainer for 15 years, in addition to having Masters of Science in Public Health Nursing and 25 years of experience in the field of diet, nutrition, and health. She has co-authored with Mike Geary on some other books such as “The Flat-Belly Kitchen”, most of which gather mainly positive reviews.
You can rest assured that the program is written by experts who know what they are doing. At the end of the book, there is also a list of references and other studies. The authors have based their methods on those researches.
The Fat Burning Kitchen Review – What Is Inside The Program?
There are two main phases in the program:
- The first phase with 10 chapters lists food that you should avoid.
- The second phase with 13 chapters provides a list of food you can enjoy.
The first phase: Food That You Should Avoid
Each chapter of this phase lists one type of food that contains hidden damage to your body. For instance,Chapter 1 sheds light on the harm of foods made with refined flour and corn products. Those are white rice, white bread, white potatoes, pasta, and potato chips, etc. Most of them sound harmless initially.
Chapter 2 talks about food & drinks containing high fructose corn syrup (HFCS), a sweetener made from corn starch. It is very prevalent because of its low price; particularly in the US, you might be surprised by how a lot of food contains this. The notable menu includes soda and candy, which are quite unhealthy and loaded with sugar. Yet, bread and breakfast cereals also have a lot of HFCS.
Many brands of bread make sure to put an excessive amount of this sweetener into their product. Meanwhile, some cereal brands contain over 10 grams of sugar in just one serving. Another abundant source of HFCS is store-bought baked goods. Those include cookies and muffins or store-bought jam and juice. Yogurt, a snack believed to be healthy, may also be sweetened with plenty of HFCS. It’s especially if a particular yogurt brand is advertised as low-fat. The manufacturer will then add more HFCS to make up for the lack of fat.
Chapter 7 meanwhile breaks down our illusion of tofu, textured vegetable protein (TVP), soy milk, and other soy-based products. Despite having been praised as flawless, healthy food for a long time, many studies have found that soy can lead to malnutrition, digestive distress, cognitive decline, and even cancer and heart disease. It is because most soybeans are genetically modified, which may result in health problems, as mentioned earlier.
Also, soybeans naturally contain antinutrients like saponins, soya toxins, and phytates. If fermented (like in miso, tempeh, natto, and soy sauce), these antinutrients will be destroyed. Your body can then benefit from soy’s nutritional values. However, most of us, especially Westerners, consume unfermented soy products. Those include tofu, TVP, and soy milk, which is not so healthy anymore.
Chapter 5 points out that the kind of commercial pasteurized dairy is not that good for us. As the pasteurization process has destroyed valuable enzymes and vitamins, the dairy is left with little nutrition. And there are still plenty of other foods that the program delves deep into and analyzes their damage to the body.
Then, what should we eat if most of the foods we consume are so harmful? And this is where the second phase comes in. The second phase assures us with just as numerous healthy yet delicious food choices for you to enjoy without any problem and helps you with fat burning in the process.
The second phase: Food That You Could Enjoy
For this second phase, each chapter lists a type of food that is good for you and doesn’t give you unwanted fat. For example, Chapter 11 shows us the benefits of consuming high-quality grass-fed beef: this beef type has fewer calories than grain-fed beef, contains more healthy fat, decreases the risk of heart disease, and so on.
It also mentions wild-caught fish and free-range chicken, and how they are generally better than factory-raised ones. As the wild fish and free-range chicken have complete control over what they eat, they have a complete nutritional profile. Wild-caught fish are a lot richer in omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals, while the free-range chicken is richer in protein, tastes better, and produces healthier eggs.
Speaking of eggs, many of you might have doubts about whether to consume them often or not, as the media tend to make eggs look quite bad. It might be right for eggs at grocery stores, but this book makes clear that free-range eggs, on the other hand, are perfect for you. Produced by the free-range chicken, these eggs have three to six times more vitamin D than store-bought ones, more vitamin E; and contain less cholesterol and saturated fat.
Chapter 12 then introduces us to raw milk and cheese. As mentioned above, pasteurization destroys harmful bacteria and good bacteria, leaving the pasteurized milk void of nutrition. While raw milk has the risks of harmful bacteria like salmonella and Escherichia coli, it still preserves all the goods initially presented in the milk. The enzymes of raw milk and its cheese help digestion progress and leave less risk of abdominal bloating and cramps.
After what we talk about the unhealthy sweetener HFCS above, you might be wondering if there is any safer sweetener? Chapter 18 shows you the “real” maple syrup, raw honey, and Stevia sugar (a type of sugar produced from the Stevia plant). While these can’t be categorized as totally harmless, they are nevertheless a lot healthier than the plain white sugar or HFCS.
The Fat Burning Kitchen Review – Pros And Cons
- Easy to follow: Despite the specific technical terms, this book is easy to get, and the terms are explained in an easy to follow way. The step-by-step format makes it even simpler to understand.
- Scientifically proven and reliable: Reputable authors and years wrote this book of research. Their knowledge is practical and realistic, and what they write is based on actual scientific studies
- Health improvement: In addition to weight loss, your health will also see massive growth, thanks to the consumption of healthy foods mentioned in this book.
- Easy shopping: It includes a shopping list at the end for easier shopping.
- 75% discount: While the book’s original price is $40, you get a special discount at $10 within the first 15 minutes of visiting the official website.
- Refund guarantee: There is a 60-day refund guarantee, so even if you don’t like the book or find that it doesn’t work for you, you can always return it and get your money back.
- Only for digital consumption: The book is only available digitally. It can be inconvenient to access without a computer or other compatible devices.
- Significant diet change: This might require people to drastically alter their diet, resulting in inconvenience for their lives. Some people don’t have much control over what they eat and just eat what they can afford, despite knowing that those foods are unhealthy.
Who should use The Fat Burning Kitchen?
- The consensus is that the program is suitable for almost everyone. With its easy-to-understand format, its low price and values for such a price, and the fact that it doesn’t require an intense training regimen like other diet programs, it would be beneficial for most people.
- It is especially so for busy people who don’t have enough time for training but still want to improve their diet and burn fat.
Who Should Not Use The Fat Burning Kitchen
- Nevertheless, the book does require a drastic change in our diet, and wouldn’t suit people who can’t do so for reasons. Some Asian readers might find it hard to agree with this book because it deems white rice as unhealthy, even though it is the main component of most Asian diets.
- People with allergies should also follow this book with caution, as despite the book deeming raw dairy and nuts as good for you, for people allergic to them, this is a big no-no.
The Fat Burning Kitchen Customer Reviews/ Feedback
The feedback for this book is mostly positive. Customers liked how the book enlightened them about their unhealthy eating habits. They reported that they did indeed become slimmer and healthier after a few weeks of following the program. They also enjoyed the refund policy and found it reassuring not to risk losing anything even if they don’t like it.
However, some reported having trouble with how they were bombarded with offers to purchase other books before actually able to download this.
A few others believed that this book has too few recipes.
Some also said that the book’s typeset was too small and was quite a pain to read. You should consider these points carefully and prepare well before purchasing this.
The Fat Burning Kitchen Review – Price & Purchasing Policy:
The regular rate of The Fat Burning Kitchen is $40. However, the official website offers you a 75% discount within the first 15 minutes, which means that you can have it for only $10. Considering that the program is very informative, you are getting the best possible while paying the bare minimum.
What is more, when you buy the main e-book, you will get a bonus called The 23-Day Advanced Nutritional Fat-Burning Blueprint. This bonus claims to offer a 23-day diet to decrease fat and gain muscles. Unlike the main program, this bonus is more advanced and takes 3-4 weeks for followers at most. However, it might be suitable for those who wish to gain a slim body as fast as possible. And according to the official website, the bonus book should cost $34.95, but you are getting it for free!
It means that you will have $74.95 of useful information for the price of only $10 (if you purchase within the first 15 minutes, of course).
And last but not least, the official website also offers a 60-day refund guarantee.
If you are unsatisfied with the results, you will still get back your money within 60 days of purchasing. The site makes sure that you wouldn’t have to sacrifice any of your benefits for something you don’t want. I hope this is ensuring enough for anyone who is considering buying this book!
The Fat Burning Kitchen Review – Conclusion
In conclusion, The Fat Burning Kitchen is a good program for most people who want to be healthier and burn fat by changing their diet into safer and more nutritious food. It educates you on various types of food and encourages you to eat better.
More and more customers have claimed to be successful in following this method to get a stunning figure with a healthy diet.
You can purchase a digital version of this program by visiting the official website. Remember that you get a 75% discount within the first 15 minutes, as in having to pay only $10, and you can always get a refund within 60 days if you think it doesn’t work for you!
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