Robert Ferguson Review
Robert Ferguson is the face behind the Diet Free Life. This former marine’s approach aims to show people how they can eat all of their favorite foods all day long without depriving themselves while still being able to lose weight. This program takes 8 weeks, and costs around $50. There are other books, CDs, and resources for around $10 to $20 each.
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The Diet Free Life website features recipes, meal plans and more information to help those who are trying to lose weight. Also available from the website are the 8 week challenge program that claims to help dieters lose weight through online forums, webcasts, secret recipes, and more. The program seems to be based on the Glycemic Index, which has been around since 1981, though there is nothing to confirm or deny this suspicion.
The Glycemic Index is basically choosing foods based on how quickly they are broken down in the body. Foods with a high Glycemic Index are less healthy for the body, and foods with a lower glycemic index are better for the body.
In addition to the challenge and the books that Robert Ferguson has, there are supplements to detoxify and cleanse the body, though none of the supplements are directly linked to weight loss.
The foundation of Robert Ferguson’s program is certainly solid, and much better than some of the programs and products we see on the market today. However, there are problems with the program, because there is little information on how it is supposed to work to help those who are interested in it lose weight. Those who are interested in losing weight need to eat a balanced diet with plenty of exercise, and need to be sure they are drinking plenty of water to stay hydrated. If you are interested in adding a supplement to your program for an extra push, be sure to look for one with proven ingredients as both an appetite suppressant and a fat burner.