Eat Weight Off Review
What You Should Know
Eat Weight Off is a diet e-book written by Dr. Isaac Boules, a doctor who claims that the key to weight loss is by utilizing Chinese cooking methods and a “Chinese rejuvenation soup”, which he says can help dieters lose up to 20lbs per month. Sold exclusively on his website Eat Weight Off, he claims to hold the secret to weight loss diet companies don’t want to reveal, and all of the secrets can be accessed through his book, provided you pay the fee to retrieve the book. He also says the program is safe for diabetics, the overweight, and people with any heart issues.
Though he does not claim his diet is a crash diet, it markets itself as a crash diet alternative, and his diet sound very similar to other crash diets. He guarantees complete safety through use of the program, but he does not offer much information about the program itself — dieters will need to purchase the book to access the full details. Boules’s Eat Weight Off e-book is available on his website for $39.95, which also includes a bonus e-book called 100 Habits of Quick Weight Losers. Additional food must also be purchased, which is detailed in his book.
Dieters will need to gather food ingredients similar to The Cabbage Soup Diet, including cabbage, spices, and tomatoes.
Eat Weight Off claims dieters can eat their favorite food — even chomping on desserts twice daily — without any guilt, provided they also consume the “miracle soup” detailed in his book. He claims this soup is the key to fat loss and helps dieters lose weight rapidly and safely. The description of his soup sounds nearly identical to the soup used in the The Cabbage Soup Diet, a fad diet where dieters only sip a low caloric cabbage soup to lose weight. Both diets are considered extremely dangerous by health and medical associations because both diets are extremely low in calories and may result in heart problems, dizziness, and stomach issues. The lack of information provided by Boules also contributes to this issue. Without knowing further information about the diet itself, it is hard to say if it will help dieters lose weight safely.
- Can be read immediately online.
- Is claimed to be safe for diabetics and the overweight.
- He does not provide any evidence about why his findings help dieters lose exorbitant amounts of weight.
- Is expensive and only available in online format.
- May be based off the dangerous Cabbage Soup Diet.
Eat Weight Off claims to help dieters drop the weight while enjoying their favorite foods, but legitimate evidence is clearly lacking from Boules’s book. There is some evidence that it may be based off the Cabbage Soup Diet also, a dangerous diet with serious health consequences.