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I’m happy to announce that we’re launching a free of charge e-book entitled Why do We Gain Fat, and How do We Lose it? An Introduction to the Science of Body Fat, by Dan Pardi and myself. That is a slimmed-down version of the longer, fully referenced e-book we offer within the Ideal Weight Program. In it, we provide a succinct overview of the technology of body fat loss and gain, and the data foundation for our program.

It also includes a schematic that ties jointly the various concepts in visible form. You can download it from the Dan’s Plan site by following this link to our program overview page. Year Over the last, Dan and I have already been spending so much time to improve the Ideal Weight Program, both in response to user feedback and our very own ideas for development. Four-week food shopping and programs lists for the Display diet and the easy Food Diet, as requested by Ideal Weight Program users.

This is in addition to the recipes and cooking food manuals we already provide. The Protein Unit system. Research suggests there’s an optimal amount of protein for hunger control and weight loss, depending on your height, weight, gender, and physical exercise level. Our weight loss diets are high in protein, but how do you know you are getting the right amount? We’ve created a calculator that does it for you automatically, and explains how to apply your individualized Protein Unit value easily and intuitively using real food. Diet plates. These are visual guides to pursuing our diets, based loosely on the intuitive USDA MyPlate design.

Cheat sheets. Put these on your refrigerator to remind yourself of your life style and diet recommendations, and daily protein unit goal. Updated guidance. We’ve sophisticated a few things in the dietary plan guidance documents. Financial disclosure: I get a portion of the income from the sale of the Ideal Weight Program. I do not receive income from the sale of other products associated with Dan’s Plan or the Ideal Weight Program (such as the Fitbit, cooking food tools, and other programs).

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