Get rid of this stubborn lower abdomen fat

By Shaun & Karen Hadsall

As a fitness publisher, I’d say that well over 90% of the questions I always get from most people is, “How to get rid of this stubborn lower abdomen fat”…or the lower “pooch belly” syndrome.

But unfortunately, most mainstream diets that claim to help you quickly lose belly fat don’t have ANY knowledge of whether they’re losing water and muscle, or burning fat.

And THAT my friend makes all the difference in the world if you’re looking to shrink your waistline.

Here’s a powerful example: for EVERY gram of active carbohydrates you consume on a daily basis, your body will hold nearly 3 grams of water.

Read that last sentence once again quickly so it “sinks” in.

So if you just cut carbs, the scale might trick you into thinking that you’re losing a bunch of weight — and you are.

BUT – it could be mostly water weight, NOT necessarily fat.

Sorry. You’re just dropping a bunch of water.

But what if you could make most of that water loss mean fat loss instead?

Well, you CAN.

You just have to make sure that you deplete carbs with the RIGHT foods, at the RIGHT times, for the RIGHT durations.

And when you combine this with strategic exercise, it becomes a LETHAL combination for you to take your fat burning to a whole new level.

That’s exactly why Carb Cyling Expert and Best Selling Nutrition Author, Shaun Hadsall, created the 7 Day Carb Depletion Diet and Exercise guides.

They’re specifically designed to INSTANTLY make fat your “go to” energy source, while undoing the damage of a weekend food binge or falling off track, which makes it the PERFECT diet to start on Monday (or after a holiday).

In other words, you’ll immediately STOP burning sugars, and START burning fat.

Want to lose up to 7 pounds of PURE fat, and SEE your lower belly get significantly flatter in the next seven days?

Here’s exactly how you can make it happen:

> Experience a FULL month’s worth of fat-loss in ONLY 7 days
Best of all, you’ll “prime” your body to accelerate fat-loss even FURTHER when you start adding your favorite carbs and holiday treats back into your nutrition plan on week two.

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