Dr. Suzanne Gudakunst’s book Top Secret Fat Loss Secrets: Is it a scam or is it real?

The Top Secret Fat Loss Secret Scam by Dr. Suzanne Gudakunst

Well, by now you’ve probably heard a lot about this book and maybe even bought it. Why am I calling it a scam? you may ask, well… because I bought the e-book and although it contains true and valuable information, the information provided by Dr. Gudakunst is NOT a secret and hasn’t been for a long time. Actually, ancient civilizations used their “top secret” to achieve good health.

All of her ads and her affiliate ads claim that she has received death threats and is wanted dead by doctors around the world for revealing these “secrets.” I guess the only people who want her dead are the ones who bought the book because she actually believed there was some hidden “thing” keeping them overweight.

She goes on and on about eating organic fruits and vegetables, Big secret, right?

Stay away from all kinds of sugars and refined flours, heck this is new right? How did you discover this?
He then talks about not combining certain (animal) proteins with carbohydrates like pasta, rice and bread, potatoes, etc. Another well-known fact for those of us who have read a nutrition book before. Again, there is no secret here!

She advises the order in which you should eat your food: fruit first, raw vegetables second, cooked or steamed vegetables third, and protein (any type of meat) last. Again, nothing new let alone secret here. It is obvious that we should eat everything that is easier and faster to digest first, such as fruits and vegetables, and then the foods that are more difficult to digest.

And lastly, my personal so-called favorite secret, the one she claims has caused other doctors to threaten her life… clean out her colon and liver to remove any parasites or worms from her system. Come on, is she for real? How can she call that a secret? How is this a reason for the doctors to want her dead for letting him out of her? I’ve read about this in at least 3 books before, books with no affiliate program, so I’m not promoting here, these books were actually about how to get rid of acne naturally.

Since colon cleansing is no secret AT ALL, there are thousands of colon cleansing products on the market, search the web and you will see there are colon cleansing kits, pills, etc. Most of them (at least the ones I’ve researched) contain pretty much the same ingredients: psyllium husk fiber or oat bran fiber, milk thistle seed extract, cascara sagrada bark and senna leaf, black walnut hulls , wormwood and cloves.

If that wasn’t enough, she then tells you, within the text of her e-book (even with a link), how you can buy the cleansing kits she’s created, which conveniently contain all those wonderful ingredients she mentions you need for the cleansing.

If colon cleansing is so new and secret, why is the colon hydrotherapy business growing exponentially? How is it that Spa’s around the world already offer this service?

My point? The book contains valuable information, but nothing he wrote there is secret. Drinking plenty of water, staying away from sugars and flours, eating fresh organic fruits and vegetables, exercising, having at least 4 meals a day, eating the right combinations of carbohydrates and proteins, and colon cleansing are well-known health facts. and diet.

If you want to learn about nutrition and health in general, this is a good book for you. But, if you are looking for a secret quick fix diet with no exercise and some goodies, this is not for you, or just something you have never heard of that keeps you fat, this is NOT for you. Most of us are fat or gain weight for many different reasons, including overeating, genetics, hormonal issues, and in some cases parasites, but not in most cases.

Again, everything you say is good information for anyone who cares about their health, not just someone who is overweight. Just don’t buy the whole “new me” in a month without great efforts. Is not true.

While the most effective marketing is done primarily through people’s negative emotions, such as fear and weight-related issues, I totally disagree with playing games with people and placing ads with phrases like, “it’s not your It’s your fault that you overeat”, “being fat has nothing to do with your willpower”. If you overeat, no matter what your reason for doing so…it’s your fault, and it has a lot to do with your willpower and the sooner you accept and realize it, the sooner you’ll be on your way to losing weight. loss.

If you read other articles promoting or claiming that the book is the ultimate weight loss solution, chances are they are in their affiliate program and earn 75% of any sales they make, through their articles, PPC or anything else. another form of publicity, then it is not that the book has worked for them, they just want the hefty commission.

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