The Weight Loss Cure “They” Don’t Want You to Know About is a weight loss book written by controversial author Kevin Trudeau. It was released in April 2007 by Alliance Publishing.
An absolute cure for obesity was discovered almost fifty years ago by a British medical doctor. Tens of thousands of people used this simple, inexpensive, safe medical treatment and achieved miraculous, fast, and permanent weight loss. Stubborn area fat deposits melted away. Body reshaping of the hips, thighs, buttocks, and waist was so dramatic it appeared as if the patients received liposuction! Amazingly, this medical breakthrough has been debunked, discredited, and suppressed by the American Medical Association, the Food and Drug Administration, and other medical establishments throughout the world. Now, for the first time in fifty years, this revolutionary breakthrough discovery, which permanently cures the condition of obesity, is being released to the public.The main problems that overweight people deal with are massive, intense, constant physical hunger; food cravings and uncontrollable urges to eat when not hungry; low metabolism; and an abnormally high amount of fat stored in stubborn secure problem areas such as the hips, thighs, buttocks, and waist. This “weight loss cure protocol” has been proven to be virtually 100% successful in correcting these conditions, thus curing the individual of obesity for life! Read the fascinating true story of how this discovery was made and, more importantly, how this miracle weight loss breakthrough has been hidden from the public so that drug companies can make billions of dollars selling their expensive drug treatments and surgical procedures for obesity. You’ll be amazed to read how the food manufacturers actually have a financial incentive to make you fat! This is the book that answers all the questions about why people today are continually getting fatter and fatter. The good news is this book gives you the cure that can solve your overweight condition once and for all.
In the Nurses Health study, the risk for development of type 2 diabetes is increased 38-fold if one has morbid obesity (BMI ≥35 kg/m2). Risk for type 2 diabetes is increased 20.1-fold in patients with obesity (BMI of 30.0–34.9 kg/m2) . As little as a 4.2-kg loss in body weight sustained for a average of 3.2 years can reduce the progression to type 2 diabetes by ∼50% . Over a 4-year period, only 11% of those with IGT progressed to type 2 diabetes compared with 23% in the control group . In Dixon and O’Brien’s study, no one with impaired fasting glucose progressed to type 2 diabetes after laparoscopic surgery. In fact, 91% of those with impaired fasting glucose had normal fasting glucose at 1 year.
While gastric banding surgery may be hopeful for the severely obese, it must be tested prospectively in obese individuals before it can be recommended as a treatment for type 2 diabetes. More importantly, new strategies are needed to prevent the progression of impaired fasting glucose and impaired glucose tolerance to type 2 diabetes. Laparoscopic gastric band surgery maybe the first to offer promise.
Weight Loss Cure: Sample Diet
If you follow this diet, you are encouraged to have a large salad for lunch and dinner, using a variety of organic vegetables.
Here are some of the staples of the Weight Loss Cure:
- Organic coconut oil
- Organic fruit
- Organic vegetables, focusing on large salads
- Specific enzymes and herbal supplements
Here are some of the foods and additives you will have to avoid:
- Artificial sweeteners
- High fructose corn syrup
- Monosodium glutamate (MSG)
- Refined white flour and sugar
- Artificial color
- Artificial flavoring
- Soy protein isolates
Weight Loss Cure: Short- and Long-Term Effects
In the short term, people can lose weight on this diet, largely because the changes required result in eating fewer calories. However, says Giancoli, people who follow it strictly could have nutritional deficits or other problems related to the make-up of the diet. The emphasis on daily shots — which cannot be easily obtained — makes it impossible to follow, she says. Finally, it is difficult to know whether it would be beneficial over the long term because it has not been studied.