New Scientific Research Reveals a Simple and Tasty Trick To Losing Weight And Keeping It Off

Dear Frustrated Dieter,

Did you know that 95% of people who lose weight on a crash diet regain it all (and often more) within 2 years?

And did you know that the average 45 year old woman has been on 61 diets since the age of 16?

These stats are not only shocking but they illustrate one point very clearly…

“Dieting” is Broken

What exactly is it about dieting that makes it impossible to keep lost weight off for good?

And what is the solution to losing weight and maintaining the weight loss so you no longer have to fight your way into clothes that are suddenly too small, or avoid going out because you’re embarrassed about your body?

Well, new scientific research reveals the answer, and you’re going to be one happy camper when you hear what it is…


divider-blue Weight-Loss Research BREAKTHROUGH  #1


New Weight Loss Food?

Researchers from the Athens University School of Medicine compared the effects of 2 different protocols:

Group A ate a diet that included 45% of calories from carbohydrates, 35% from fats and 20% from protein and also ate dessert four times per week.

Group B followed the same diet, but ate dessert only once a week.

After 3 months, the study showed that Group A (who ate dessert four times per week) showed significant improvements in the following categories:

  • Lost more weight
  • Lowered their systolic blood pressure
  • Had lower fasting insulin levels
  • Had better levels of leptin, a hormone that suppresses appetitte and helps burn fat

Dr. Antonia Dastamani, lead researcher of the study, also stated that the participants that ate dessert four times per week had better compliance with the diet.

This is completely logical – if you enjoy your diet, you’re going to stick to it.

If you don’t enjoy your diet, you’re going to cheat.

But what happens if you eat dessert EVERYDAY instead of 4 times per week?

The next study reveals the answer to this (delicious) question…


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happy-weight-lossThis study came from Tel Aviv University where researchers split 193 adults into two different groups.

Both groups ate the same amount of calories per day: women ate 1400 kcal while men ate 1600 kcal, but the difference was in the type and when the calories were consumed.

Group 1 ate a low calorie breakfast and a bigger dinner.

Group 2 ate a bigger breakfast that included a dessert each and every day. To make calories equal, Group 2 ate a smaller dinner.

At the end of the initial “Intervention Period” that lasted 16 weeks, both groups showed similar weight loss of around 30 pounds.

Losing 30 pounds is pretty good after 16 weeks.

But here’s the interesting part…

After the 16 week Intervention Period, participants entered the “Follow-up Period” and were instructed by a dietitian to continue the same diet.

At the end of the 16 week Follow-up Period, Group 2, who were instructed to eat a dessert everyday, lost an average of 15.4 more pounds.

Group 1, whose diet didn’t include any dessert, gained 25.7 pounds during the Follow-up Period, which is almost the same amount of weight they initially lost!

Dessert Weight Loss Study Graph

Table 1 – Results from the 32 Week “Dessert Everyday” Study

Based on these results, let me ask you a QUESTION:

Why do you think the “No Dessert” group put their lost weight back on?

Take a moment to think about it before continuing…

Lead researcher Dr. Daniela Jakubowicz reveals the answer:

“One of the biggest challenges that people face is keeping weight off in the long-term.

The group that consumed a bigger breakfast, including dessert, experienced few if any cravings for these foods later in the day.

Participants in the low carbohydrate diet group had less satisfaction, and felt that they were not full and that cravings for sugars and carbohydrates were more intense and eventually caused them to cheat on the diet plan.”


Makes sense doesn’t it?

Depriving yourself of foods you love can
only happen so long until you crack.

And when you crack, you’re likely to go overboard, especially after the feelings of guilt and depression from cheating kick in and you think, “I already screwed up, I might as well just keep eating…”

I know because I’ve experienced this myself, too.


Weight loss is great, but if you want to be both lean AND healthy, you can’t just eat any dessert…

On the next page, you’ll discover the specific types of desserts that will help you to satisfy your cravings WITHOUT sabotaging your diet so you can lose weight and keep it off for good.




Scientific References

Dastamani A, et al. (2011). Diet Combined with Desserts with a Low Glycemic Index/Glycemic Load Has a Positive Effect on Metabolic Syndrome Parameters in Overweight/Obese Children. Endocrine Reviews, Vol. 32 (03_MeetingAbstracts): P3-689.

Jakubowicz D, Froy O, Wainstein J and Boaz M. (2012). Meal timing and composition influence ghrelin levels, appetite scores and weight loss maintenance in overweight and obese adults. Steroids, Mar 10;77(4):323-31.