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The Turbo Protein Diet Book Review – Not For the Feint-Hearted

Those who have purchased the Turbo Protein Diet Book and completed the 2-week fast have experienced weight loss from anywhere between 10 and 18 pounds. Unfortunately, the two-week fast is a definite drawback and it is unlikely many will succeed.

This diet isn’t for everyone – in fact, you would need to be pretty strong to last two weeks on the diet replacement powder, particularly since the taste is not appealing Almased is comprised of soy milk protein and honey enzyme so if you dislike the taste of soy milk or oatmeal be prepared for a very bland diet for two weeks.

As this diet is pretty much just a fast, you are inevitably going to lose weight but as with any fast, it involves not having solid food for two weeks. Once the two-week fast is over you then move on to the next phase which is a diet made up of 15% protein, 55% carbohydrates, and 30% fat, although some may think the carbohydrate component is quite high.

After a period of 4 to 8 weeks, you can then go back on the two-week fast if you require further weight loss.

One other drawback of this diet is that in addition to the cost of the Turbo Protein Diet Book is the cost of the Almased diet supplement which must be taken for this diet to work. Approximately 2-3 cans of Almased are required for two weeks so this is going to cost you just over $100 for two weeks. It is also suggested that a laxative be taken the first day to clean out the digestive system so this may be another added cost.

You may also want to start this diet on a weekend as the first few days may be a little tough with hypoglycaemic-type effects and possible headaches as your body begins the detoxification process.

Because of the extreme fasting period, you are advised to consult your medical practitioner before purchasing the Turbo Protein Diet Book and embarking on this diet.

Source by Benni Jenyfari

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