Fat Loss Factor Review

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The Good

  • It just works
  • Large Meal Selection
  • Improves overall health

The Bad

  • Adjustment time
  • Harder to get groceries

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There’s things I like and things I don’t like about the Fat Loss Factor Diet so I’ll lay them out early on in this review so you can decide whether it sounds right for you. But what I can say is in short, the program works and you will lose weight if you decide to follow it.

In This Fat Loss Factor Review:

  • The Pros and Cons of the Fat Loss Factor
  • What’s in the Fat Loss Factor Program?
  • Is the Fat Loss Factor Maintainable?
  • A Better Weight Loss Program?

The Pros and Cons of the Fat Loss Factor


  • Focuses on liver cleansing and body detoxification in the first two weeks to accelerate weight loss and improve general health.
  • Comprehensive, detailed and customisable, with meal planning, specific weight loss strategies, different levels of workout routines and many varied weight loss recipes.
  • Fat loss factor reviews why stress is such an important component of weight gain and offers many solutions.
  • The program doesn’t waste time with ineffective exercises and highlights high intensity interval training, the most effective kind of exercise for losing weight.


  • The first two weeks are difficult. It may well be the type of foods that many people need to be eating, but if a person has emotional or hormonal issues, adhering to this diet could be difficult.
  • At the advanced level, the Master Cleanse liquid diet (with maple syrup as one of the ingredients) is reported as inferior to fresh vegetable juices on forums. consider vegetable juice instead if you have trouble with the Master Cleanse diet.
  • Depending on where you live, it may be difficult to get the natural and organic foods needed for your initial two-week cleanse. Online deliveries of organic produce can be a good option in this case.

What’s in the Fat Loss Factor Program?

  • The main Fat Loss Factor course e-book.
  • The Master Cleanse videos.
  • 90 days of fat burning recipes.
  • The Fat Loss Factor grocery list.
  • Beginner, intermediate and advanced workout plans.
  • Fat Loss Factor exercise logs and measurement forms.
  • A weight loss goal setting guide.
  • Special software that finds healthier options for eating out at over 90 popular restaurant chains.

All in all, it’s a fairly comprehensive list of extras. The recipes in particular look very good. If you can commit to eating this way on the program there’s certainly a lot of new meals to try.

Is the Fat Loss Factor Maintainable?

This is the big question I would have about the program. While following it properly will be likely to bring good results, you’d need a strong resolve, especially during the first two weeks. Longer-term weight loss programs based around healthy protein sources and lots of vegetables, while ditching fattening grains, seems an easier proposition as there’s less much chance of cravings. So be ready for drastic lifestyle change, especially in the first 2 weeks. But if you’re serious about weight loss and are willing to change things in order to achieve it, I’d say you’re in good hands with the fat loss factor.

A Better Weight Loss Program?

While it doesn’t seem to be nearly as well known as the Fat Loss Factor, I think The Gabriel Method would be a good weight loss program to look into, particularly if you’ve had problems sticking to restrictive diets in the past.

John Gabriel’s method is different to any other weight loss program I’ve seen. It focuses initially on the underlying genetic survival programs that he believes are at the heart of why people become overweight in the first place and then find it so hard to lose body fat.

There’s a full review here and it makes for an interesting comparison.

Both are very comprehensive and have a full money back guarantee so it comes down to your own personal situation and how ready you are to change your body for the better.


In summary, if you’re after more rapid weight loss, are prepared to change your eating patterns significantly, and are fairly sure you can stay on track on the first two weeks of detox, then the Fat Loss Factor certainly has plenty of positive reviews and should work for you too.

On the other hand, if you feel there could be deeper issues at work as to why you can’t lose weight and think restrictive diets are unlikely to work for you, then The Gabriel Method offers a different approach.

Both are very comprehensive and have a full money back guarantee so it comes down to your own personal situation and how ready you are to change your body for the better.


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