Fat Burning Kitchen Review

Fat Burning Kitchen is a newsletter-type report from Mike Geary, the creator of the popular Truth About Abs Product. I’ve always read everything by Mike. He’s a trustworthy source and and has always delivered, so I was excited to see what he had in store this time round. As usual, he didn’t disappoint. All the information was well-researched, clearly presented and…shocking! That’s the main claim to fame of Fat Burning Kitchen. It’s shocking. Other fat burning kitchen reviews echo the same sentiments. The amount of misinformation perpetuated by big food companies is staggering and they’re taking each of us for a ride!

What’s perhaps more shocking is that fact that a lot of this information would be ‘news’ to the everyday crowd. Which is why I recommend reading it so highly. Truly, after you’ve finished it, you’ll view nutrition in an entirely different light – a brighter one! No longer will a lack of knowledge hold you back, you’ll feel empowered and eager to share the information with your as-yet uninformed friends. Another enticing feature is the price. At just $10, you’d be crazy not to get it! Overall Fat Burning Kitchen is suitable for anybody and everybody – even if you think you’ve got the whole ‘healthy eating thing’ down-pat or a healthy lifestyle, I’m certain you’ll find a few surprises.

3 Week Diet Review – My Thoughts

You’d be forgiven for thinking that Brian Flatt’s new program, the 3 week diet, is yet another fancy, over-hyped weight loss diet plan, but you’d be wrong. It’s actually a very sound program. And while the name doesn’t lend itself well to skeptics, the testimonials speak for themselves. In contrast to other diets, I actually like and enjoy the brashness and hard-hitting style put over by the title. It makes a pleasant change from similar programs who too often seem to fall by the way-side and suffer from information-overload.

It’s all well and good having these 100+ page weight loss books and manuals, but if the information isn’t engaging and applicable for the user they do little except clog-up your book shelf. Being an online-only product, the 3 week diet review doesn’t have this problem and comes with clear, easy-to-follow instruction that emphasise progress and minimize confusion. It should also be noted that the program doesn’t employ some far-out or ‘wacky’ system for losing weight. Instead, it focuses on the basics – good nutrition and moderate, regular exercise sessions. None of the information you’ll find inside the program is revolutionary, but for those who have developed poor eating habits and are looking for a way to create a healthy, sustainable lifestyle, the 3 week diet is an excellent starting-point.

Sydney Cruelty Free Festival!

The eagerly anticipated public launch of the Living Vegan mag hit Sydney on Sunday at the Cruelty Free Festival.

The crowds flooded into Belmore Park to take sight of everything from open air yoga, cooking demonstrations, live music, enlightening charity stalls, and who could forget the cupcakes! Many vegans came prepared and purposefully to the festival whilst many others stumbled upon the event. It would be safe to say everyone who experienced the festival went away with new found insight into animal rights issues, veganism and perhaps with a slight vegan sweets sugar hangover. But more importantly 100s of guests walked away with a copy of Living Vegan!

To our delight we heard from numerous people bursting with excitement to learn about the magazine and many others who had already received a copy flooded us with positive feedback. Thank you to everyone who came along and said hello, bought a copy and supported us. If you have any thoughts or feedback on what you liked or perhaps what you’d like to see more of in the magazine please find us on facebook or send us an email with any feedback. We’d love to hear from you!

Look out Melbourne, Living Vegan is coming to you next. Make sure to get your copy at the Living Vegan stall at World Vegan Day!

Caleb thought Living Vegan should have more articles about dogs, but otherwise he thought we did a good job.