What You Should Know
The Fast Track One-Day Diet is a creation of Anne Louise Gittleman, a woman with a PhD in holistic nutrition. The diet program is explained in Gittleman’s book by the same title and promises to help participants drop thirteen pounds in two weeks. The Fast Track One-Day Diet actually consists of eleven days total; three days to prepare for the fast, one day of fasting and seven days of introducing “immune boosting foods” that will “seal in” the results of the diet plan. This diet plan promises immediate results while ridding your body of toxins and allergens that have been “poisoning your system and making you fat!” While we are skeptical of any diet program that promises immediate results but we will take a closer look at the Fast Track One-Day Diet to see if it can have the positive results it promises.
This diet claims to be the perfect ways to lose extra holiday pounds or jump start your diet program. It promises to increase metabolism and energize your body. The book is sold through the author’s website and costs about $13 at the time of this review. Consumers can also purchase the book in conjunction with the Fast Detox Diet Kit, which includes a 30-day supply of Super-GI Cleanse, Liver Lovin’ Formula, and Flora Key. The complete set costs about $80 at the time of this review.
List of Ingredients
The Fast Track One-Day Diet begins with a Prequel that consists of seven days where dieters add supplements and detox-supporting foods to the diet to prepare for the fast. Other ingredients were unavailable at the time of this review.
We are disappointed to find that the Fast Track One-Day Diet does not appear to include any sort of exercise plan to go along with the diet program. We believe that the best way to drop pounds is with a combination of a low-calorie diet, daily exercise, and a diet supplement that contains a proven fat burner and appetite suppressant for maximum results. While there may be some merit to occasional fasting as a detoxification process we do not recommend this method as a long term weight loss plan.
- The author of the book has a PhD in holistic nutrition.
- The book is easy to find and inexpensive to purchase.
- The Fast Track One-Day Diet promises immediate results.
- Fasting may not be the best way to lose weight.
- The program does not incorporate an exercise program or a proven weight loss supplement.
While there may be some health benefits in the occasional fast we do not believe this is the healthiest approach to weight loss. We recommend that consumers look for programs that combine a low-calorie diet, daily exercise, and a proven weight loss supplement for best results.