Thursday, June 11, 2015

The E-factor diet program by John Rowley - Reviews and testimonials

The E-Factor Diet is the new diet that everybody (and the entire internet and social media) is talking about right now.
The video at the official website (you can see it here) sparked my interest, and I figured I’d have a look at it, to see if all the bells and whistles and success stories you read about online were true. There are a lot of scam products out there, especially in the diet and health industry, which is why I did a quick write up on the program.
In this article we’ll have a look at the program, behind the marketing, to see what the buzz is all about!

What is the E-factor Diet?

The program is written by the renowned fitness professional John Rowley, who’s written several best selling books like “Old School, New Body” (OSNB). His books, especailly OSNB, have made a lot of people change how they looked at fitness.
He is an expert at writing advanced “health and fitness stuff” — usually suitable for medical journals and research papers — in a way that everyone (even I) can understand it, and quickly utilize the concepts.
What I really like about this program is that it’s something different from all the other programs out there.

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My review of The Venus Factor by John Barban

The Venus Factor is a diet program tailored for women who want to lose weight.
Written by the renowned fitness and nutrition expert John Barban, it’s simple approach to dieting, including apps such as The Virtual Nutritionist and The Venus Community/Immersion, has made it into one of the most popular weight loss programs.
In this post I’ve taken a closer look at the program, including pictures and descriptions of the different features.
I’ve also done a review of the pros and cons, along with where the best place to get it is.

Skeptical? So was I …

Have you ever bought a weight loss program online — one of those that promised to give you miraculous results within a few days? I have — more than once.
If you name a weight loss program, I’ve probably bought it.
I would say, from the products I’ve bought and tried, that as much as half the programs on the market are complete garbage.
Then, most of the other half are OK … but they offer very little new… Something certainly not worth paying for.
They’ll tell you to exercise and eat less, and you’ll lose weight. How many times haven’t you heard that?
I am a big skeptic to anything that seems to good to be true, and especially in the diet and fitness niche, so I understand if you feel the same way.
It’s one thing when you’re young, but once I passed thirty, I came to the realization that I’d have to get my health and life back on track. Going to the beach and feeling uncomfortable wearing bikini, feeling tired, lacking energy and feeling bloated … Losing weight has for me been my goal every year, for many years.

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