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Site:www.organichealthprotocol.com
Price: $7
Rating: stars25a

organic health protocol reviewLosing weight is tough, which is why most people who try to do it fail, over and over and over.  You have to give them credit for trying again and again, but it’s frustrating.  The truth is that we get established in our eating habits over the years and it’s hard to change them.  Thomas DeLauer says that his Organic Total Body Reboot system can help you overcome this common problem.

He also says you can lose weight in just 7 days with the Organic Total Body Reboot.  That’s promising, so I thought I’d give it a look and see what’s up.  Is Organic Total Body Reboot a scam?

Click here to visit the Organic Total Body Reboot Website.

Read on for the full Organic Total Body Reboot review.

Organic Total Body Reboot Overview

I had some trouble putting this review together.  Part of the reason for that is that Thomas DeLauer, the creator of Organic Total Body Reboot, can’t seem to decide what the product is called.

I’m calling it Organic Total Body Reboot, because that’s what most people seem to call it.  But it’s also known as:

  • Organic Health Protocol
  • Organic Health and Fitness Protocol
  • 7 Day Organic Reset
  • Organic 7-Day Total Body Reset

If you decide to buy Organic Total Body Reboot, you’ll see that the checkout page calls it “7 Day Organic Reset.”  Once you download the book and read it, you’ll see that it’s actually called “The Organich Health and Fitness Protocol.”  The Website is called something else.  It’s kind of hard to sell a product (or review it) when you don’t know what to call the thing.

organic total body reboot reviewThat said, the product that I’m choosing to call Organic Total Body Reboot is a 58 page downloadable PDF ebook.  You can download it at any time of day and you can read it on just about any device, from a smartphone to a desktop computer.

The author explains that he’s going to keep things simple, reducing his plan to three things only:

  • Diet
  • Exercise
  • Supplements

He feels that keeping things simple is the best way to go.   The bulk of the book will cover the diet, which covers a timeframe of seven weeks.  That’s right – seven weeks.  What happened to seven days?  I’m not sure, but the diet presented in the book is a seven week diet, not one for seven days.

The Organic Total Body Reboot diet is also offered in three different versions, depending on your body type and your goals.  Thomas presents a 1300 calorie diet, a 1900 calorie diet and a 2200 calorie diet.   You’ll use the 1300 calorie diet if you’re small or trying to lose a lot of weight.  You’ll use the 1900 calorie diet if you’re trying to get lean and fit.  You’ll lose the 2200 calorie diet if you’re looking to reduce inflammation and lose weight.

organic 7 day total body reset reviewThe Organic Total Body Reboot diet is fairly strict; Thomas will give you a meal plan for every day of the seven week plan.  You do get to occasionally have a cheat meal, but the cheat meals will have some rules that need to be followed.   That said, the rules do allow a fair amount of latitude.

Thomas has some specific dietary supplements that he urges you to take while on the plan, as well as a list of those that he says that you should avoid.

As for the diet itself, it is heavy on the sorts of things that you’d expect in a weight loss plan – lots of green vegetables and fruits, lots of seeds and nuts, and relatively few complex carbohydrates.  What makes Organic Total Body Reboot unique is that you’ll also be eating organic protein and produce, and you’ll be avoiding dairy and anything containing gluten altogether.

Thomas says that gluten is an inflammatory agent and that it does far more harm than good.  Eventually, after you finish the plan, you’ll be able to add some of the things that you avoided during the seven weeks back into your diet, with some restrictions as suggested by the Organic Total Body Reboot author.

The last section of the book offers recipes for the meals in the meal plan, so you’ll find tasty recipes for such things as:

  • Ginger Mashed Smoothie
  • Apple Gluten Free Anti-Inflammatory Muffins
  • Anti-Inflammatory Stuffed Bell Peppers
  • Cream Salad Mediterranean Salad
  • Apple and Blueberry Cheat Crumble

You’ll also get the list of foods that are OK to eat and foods that are not, and a shopping list to make it easy to shop for all of the meals on your plan on a weekly basis.  The Organic Total Body Reboot program also includes access to a number of online videos and some exercise guides.  That’s good, because the book mentioned that exercise is a key component of the Organic Total Body Reboot program, yet there’s no other mention of exercise in the book!

The exercise guides are short (3 pages or so) PDF files that give you specific exercises to try for weeks 1-3 and 4-6.  They’re simple, yet probably effective, exercises that won’t require you to spend a lot of time on them or have to invest in any special equipment.

All in all, the Organic Total Body Reboot is a bit of a hodgepodge program, without a lot of explanation for what you’re doing.  The book alone won’t get it done, as the exercises are mentioned only in the members area online and not in the book itself.   On the other hand, the diet plan appears to be healthy and you might be able to lose weight with it.  Plus, the course is quite inexpensive.

Pros and Cons of Organic Total Body Reboot

Pros

  • Affordable
  • Fairly well written
  • Diet plan is well laid out and recipes are provided
  • Diet plans for three different body types

Cons

  • 7 days? No, it’s seven weeks.
  • No mention of exercises in the book itself
  • Affiliate links for recommended supplements
  • What’s the name of the product again?

Organic Total Body Reboot Summary

organic total body reboot- mehIs Organic Total Body Reboot a scam?  Not really.  It’s a relatively inexpensive diet plan that offers lots of healthy foods and some recommended exercise.  Many people may see success with it.  Thomas DeLauer might see more success with it if he found one name for the product and stuck with it, but that’s his problem, and not yours.   There are both better and worse weight loss plans out there, but this one is at least quite affordable.

Organic Total Body Reboot is rated so-so.

Rating: stars25a

Click here to visit the Organic Total Body Reboot Website.

 

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