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Site:www.truthaboutabs.com (Yes, that’s the site)
Price:$37 Free (plus shipping)
Rating:stars25a

the fat burning kitchen reviewIf you’re one of the millions of people who are overweight, you’d probably like to shed a few pounds.  The problem is – how do you go about doing that?  Do you go on a “fad” diet?  Do you exercise like crazy?  Do you do both?  Just as no two people are alike, no two diet plans are, either.  What works for one person may not work for another.  Some people like to exercise, and others hate it.  If you’re in the latter group, you might find The Fat Burning Kitchen to be interesting.

In The Fat Burning Kitchen, author Mike Geary says that you can burn fat by simply eating the “right” foods instead of the wrong ones you’re probably eating now.  Since lots of people hate to exercise, the The Fat Burning Kitchen has understandably become a big-selling book.   It came to my attention this week, so I decided to check it out and see what it’s about.  Is The Fat Burning Kitchen a scam?

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Read on for the full The Fat Burning Kitchen review.

The Fat Burning Kitchen Overview

The Fat Burning Kitchen is available as both a downloadable PDF book and also as a paper book that’s mailed right to your door.  Currently, the author is offering the book only as a shipped paper version.  On the plus side, they’re currently offering it for free.  All you have to do is pay the shipping costs.

I evaluated the PDF version, which runs some 120 pages or so.  The book is divided into two main sections:

  • Introduction
  • How to Stock Your Fat-Burning Kitchen
  • Bonus Section – The 23 Day Accelerated Fat Loss Plan

As the bulk of the sales page for The Fat Burning Kitchen is devoted to telling you that you’re eating the wrong foods, the first half of the book, the introductory part, describes a variety of food groups in detail and explains why you’re probably either eating the wrong foods or are avoiding the right ones.  Covered in this section are:

  • Refined flour and corn products
  • High fructose corn syrup
  • Margarines, vegetables and trans fats
  • Artificial sweeteners
  • Commercial pasteurized dairy
  • Commercially raised meats
  • Soy products
  • Sports and energy drinks
  • Commercially prepared energy bars
  • Other processed foods

the fat burning kitchen freeA lot of space in The Fat Burning Kitchen is devoted to explaining how commercially processed foods are bad for you and how the body doesn’t derive enough nutrients from them.   Mike spends a lot of time in particular talking about refined flour and corn products, as well as commercial dairy products, which are heated to kill bacteria.

The second part of The Fat Burning Kitchen, not surprisingly, is spent describing the foods that you should be eating instead, with some detail about why these foods are better for you.

  • Grass fed beef and wild-caught fish
  • Raw dairy milk and cheese
  • Dairy butter and coconut oil
  • Nuts of all kinds
  • Avocados
  • Berries
  • Organic leafy vegetables
  • Healthy sweeteners
  • Healthy energy bars
  • Dark Chocolate
  • Green tea
  • Items you should have in your kitchen

Some of what you’ll read in The Fat Burning Kitchen is pretty obvious.  Pretty much everyone knows that you’re going to be better off if you eat a diet consisting of lots of fruit and vegetables instead of frozen pizza and deep fried Snickers bars.  Mike tries to emphasize, however, that a lot of commercially prepared foods that are supposed to be healthy may not actually be all that good for you.

That’s because lots of these foods either have a lot of the vitamins and nutrients removed from them or they have a lot of added sugar or fat that may counteract whatever beneficial ingredients might be contained in them.

the fat burning kitchen scamThe final part of the The Fat Burning Kitchen is the “putting it all together” section, where Mike recommends a 23 day plan that can help you accelerate your fat loss.  Most of the book suggests that if you simply change what you are eating to the sorts of foods that are recommended in The Fat Burning Kitchen, you will lose weight and get healthier automatically.

The supplementary section designed to help you burn off more fat includes a workout regimen that covers roughly a three week period of time, along with some dietary adjustments that Mike suggests you make while using this 23 day plan.  This plan isn’t for everyday use, either.  Mike just suggests that you adopt it every now and again when you think you might need to drop a couple of extra pounds.

One of the things I didn’t like about The Fat Burning Kitchen is that the bonus section involving the workouts isn’t particularly detailed.  Part of the reason for this is that Mike assumes that you already have a copy of his earlier book The Truth About Abs.  If you don’t, you might find that there’s not a lot of detail involving the specific exercise routines.

Furthermore, there aren’t a lot of recipes in the book, but instead some recommendations about eating certain types of foods, rather than preparing them in certain ways.  If you’re looking for a diet cookbook, then The Fat Burning Kitchen probably isn’t for you.

Pros and Cons of The Fat Burning Kitchen

Pros

  • Well-written, easy to read book
  • Offers lots of nutritional details about certain food groups
  • Offers suggestions that are largely legitimately healthier alternatives
  • Doesn’t devote a lot of book time to advertising other products

Cons

  • Workout details are not overly specific
  • Relatively few recipes
  • Actively promotes raw milk, which does come with health risks

The Fat Burning Kitchen Summary

the fat burning kitchen - mehIs The Fat Burning Kitchen a scam?  No, it’s a well-written book that covers a wide variety of materials.  If you eliminate some of the clearly unhealthy foods mentioned in the book, you probably will be able to lose weight.  If you’re the sort who likes lots of weight loss recipes, on the other hand, then The Fat Burning Kitchen may not be for you.  On the plus side, at least at the moment, the book is free if you pay a shipping and handling charge.

I’d rate The Fat Burning Kitchen as so-so.  Recommended for some, but not everyone.

Rating:stars25a

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