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SOURCE: Fat Loss Factor
After many years of silence, Dr. Charles Livingston finally answers the alleged Fat Loss Factor scam. Dr. Charles proves why his weight loss program has helped many people fight obesity.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (PRWEB) December 14, 2012
Recently, in the often overcrowded weight loss market, there’s been hundreds of new websites popping up stating things like Fat Loss Factor Scam, Fat Loss Factor Review, Fat Loss Factor Program – Is It Real, and just about every other combination of words relating to the Fat Loss Factor program that a person could ever possibly think of.
Obviously when a weight loss system is generating this much buzz on the web, people are on the lookout for acquiring the real truth behind its effectiveness.
However, if a person happens to be the creator of a weight loss program like Fat Loss Factor, seeing the term “Fat Loss Factor Scam” plastered everywhere in the search results can prove to be a little disheartening.
Dr. Charles Livingston, the creator of the popular weight loss system explains,
“The whole reason I brought the Fat Loss Factor to the web is that I was sick and tired of seeing people throwing their good money away of things like fad diets and bogus “flavor of the week” weight loss pills.
Fad diets are called “fad diets” for a reason.
They are “here today, gone tomorrow” quick solutions. However fad diets do not lead to long term and effectively maintained weight loss. The human body is not designed to operate efficiently in starvation mode, and with fad diets, the weight will always come back.”
Certainly, with its hundreds of testimonials from satisfied Fat Loss Factor clients who have been through the whole “yo yo” dieting drama, there is truth in Dr. Charles words.
“I've dedicated my life to help others achieve the type of weight loss success that I know is absolutely possible,” says Dr. Charles. “And this is despite what the “so called” experts claim.”
"After successfully helping my personal clients for many years in Fishers, Indiana I already knew that my system was finally delivering the results people were after for so long,” Dr. Charles added.
Dr. Charles explains "This is not some magical weight loss pill."
It has nothing to do with any special weight loss drops or any of the other incredibly scammy weight loss gimmicks that we see all over the internet these days. In fact, the tips in the program date all the way back to the 1950's.
"It also helps explain how why the majority of all Americans are now considered obese. And no, it might not be because we are all necessarily eating bad foods. In fact, I can show you how you can keep enjoying some bad foods, and still lose weight,” say Dr. Charles.
It’s not only Dr. Charles Livingston who might react to a bit of bad press about the Fat Loss Factor.
When asked if seeing a term like “Fat Loss Factor Scam” paraded around the internet bothered him, review site owner Samantha Michaels said, “Not in the least. When you’re in a very competitive market like weight loss, there are always going to be people or competitor’s trying to discredit you. There’s no two ways around it, it’s the nature of the business.”
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