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    Genius Burn Review

    Nootropics Genius Burn is a caffeine free, thermogenic fat burner that is made by The Genius Brand. There are 60 capsules that come in one bottle for around $49.99 before shipping. It is supposed to help you burn fat, lose weight, and give you improved results just by taking 1-2 capsules 1-3 times per day. So […]

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    Written by Kylie Daniels

    Kylie Daniels

    My name is Kylie Daniels and I have a strong passion for health and nutrition. I was raised in Southern California, and am now attending Boise State University in Idaho to complete my B.B.A. degree in General Business and Marketing. My interest began a few years back when I was a part of the opening of a brand new juice bar. Here I learned the importance of eating healthy, balanced exercise, and the power of a nutritional lifestyle. This education has inspired me to research the latest diets, cleanses, and products to help guide you to be your best self!

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    Sugar Busters Diet Review

    Is it really possible to give up one of the most addictive ingredients?

    The Sugar Busters Review

    Review overview

    Summary

    Since 1998, sugar cutting diets have flown off the shelf, starting with “Sugar Busters! Cut the sugar to Trim Fat” by authors, H. Leighton Steward, Morrison Bethea M.D., Sam Andrews M.D., and Luis Balart M.D. The Sugar Busters Diet is also a low calorie weight loss plan that has people give up all refined sugars in hopes of helping them lose weight. The book contains a list of every item of food and every drink that people need to avoid to have success on the diet. [1]

    Difficultly

    The typical dieter will have a very tough time sticking with the Sugar Busters Diet because of all of its restrictions. Most people do enjoy a lot of foods with sugar in them, so it will be very tough to give them all up permanently. On top of that, since the diet also makes people give up beer, they will even have to be picky when they go out to a bar or over to friends’ houses. That just makes a tough diet even tougher since it affects every area of a dieter’s life. [4]

    Conclusion

    One of the pros of this diet program is that you won’t have to worry about membership costs or fees.  Diet protocol can easily be found online but it will most likely be helpful to have the book with proper guidelines and recipes. [3]

    The biggest con for the diet is that there is very little to like about the Sugar Busters Diet since it asks far too much of people without actually being a complete weight loss program. Even if people are able to lose weight after spending $25 on the book, there is a very good chance that they will give up soon after they start, simply because the Sugar Busters Diet is far too difficult to implement long term.

    Resources

    1. https://www.amazon.com/sugarbusters
    2. https://www.webmd.com/diet/a-z/sugar-busters-what-it-is
    3. https://www.rd.com/health/diet-weight-loss/when-you-stop-eating-sugar/
    4. https://www.sweetdefeat.com/blog/what-happens-when-you-stop-eating-sugar

    Review overview

    Summary

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    *Individual results will vary.

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    Written by Mackenzie Mealey

    Mackenzie Mealey

    My name is Mackenzie Mealey and I’ve had a love for the health and fitness field since I was 13. I grew up in Scottsdale, AZ for 23 years with my parents and 2 sisters and attended Paradise Valley Community College to obtain my Nutrition and Dietetics Degree. Life had some other plans that lead me to move up by extended family where I also met my significant other and we get to hike, ride our motorcycles and take care of our 2 dogs. In the last 5 years I developed several food allergies which has driven me to further pursue my knowledge in the food and health field around us to help educate those around me on how to better themselves.

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