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Fat Loss Factor Review Gives Opinion of Popular Weight Loss Program
Date:7/12/2013

LOS ANGELES, July 12, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- With the availability of support online and the ease of which people can gather information on the internet it is no wonder that the e-book market has been a rapidly expanding and profitable market. Unlike retail locations the shopper has no need to get in a car, drive to a location, hunt around a bookstore and stand in line to make a purchase. This seems like a great concept but it has one downside, at the store you can flip through a book so how does one know if an e-book is right for them?

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This is where reviews come in, by shopping online you can find recommendations about certain products and today we will talk about an e-book called "The Fat Loss Factor".

The fat loss factor is a book written by Dr. Charles Livingstone, who works as a wellness specialist and chiropractor. The book is laid out in several steps designed to purify the body and then start feeding the body with foods proven to aid in fat loss.

The book is designed to be followed in 2 phases lasting a total of 12 weeks from start to finish and includes a detailed eating plan as well as body sculpting fitness routines that go hand in hand with the diet to give the reader the energy they need while improving fat metabolism.

That's not all though, fat loss factor comes with several tools designed to help dieters succeed with the program.

Some of the tools include-

  •     Software that gives you calories of typical fast food products
  •     Free coaching via email
  •     Measurement Forms
  •     Recipes
  •     Goal Setting Guide
  •     Exercise log
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