This review of Chris Powell’s Chose To Lose 7-day Carb Cycle Solution has been taken from reviews found on YouTube. I haven’t had a chance to review Chris’s program yet but I wanted to provide you with some information on Chose To Lose so you can make an informed decision.
I sifted through the YouTube reviews to find the most genuine reviews that I could find. I will be replacing this with my very own review soon. In the meantime if you have used this carb cycling program please leave a star rating above to help others make the right decision.
The basic premise of this 7 day carb cycling plan is that you have high carb days and low carb days. The days are cycled and you do not want to have two high carb days back to back. From the reviews that I’ve found it looks like people are getting pretty good results and enjoying the diet. I personally like to stay low carb and then have one cheat day.
Chris Powell Carb Cycling Review
Chris Powell has gained popularity for its extreme weight loss TV series where he takes obese individuals through a one year journey to get fit both inside and out. While many people would love to work with Chris in person, the odds are pretty slim that anyone will get picked by him on his show. Knowing that more people could benefit from his help, Chris has published some books that describe his approach to getting fit. His book Choose to lose: 7-Day Carb Cycle solution, offers an eating plan to help people lose unwanted pounds without starving themselves. In this article, I will review Chris Powell weight loss plan and offer suggests on how to move forward.
In the book for Weight Loss Chris Powell overview of the concept of carb-cycling and how you can utilize carbohydrates to lose unwanted body fat. He calls it “carb-cycling Solution” and makes the claim that it is a unique twist to a long-standing method of weight loss. In Powell’s plan to switch carbohydrate days for low carb days and then the body begins to burn fat as fuel versus carbohydrates. Once a week you get a free day to eat whatever you want without worrying about carbohydrate consumption. By alternating low and high carbohydrates and have your free day, you keep your body guessing and thus avoid the all-to-common plateau associated with always a low carb diet.
Chris Powell’s book is easy to understand with a simple designed programs. Powell uses portion control and eating from “approved” Food list instead of calorie and carb counts. There is little regard for height and exercise frequency, so people who are very active would need to modify the program to meet their unique caloric needs (someone who works out daily, for example, would be seriously eat following Powell’s recommendation). That said, for the average dieter program should hit the mark and the participants see a steady weight loss by following his program.
Overall, Chris Powell carb-cycling solution is a decent program with a layout that should be easy to follow.Not having to count calories means having the freedom to eat without worry, as long as you eat in the approved list. Dieters can look forward to their day off to allow them to eat whatever voracious goody they’re craving. If you are looking for a program that does not require counting calories or serious limitations take a look at Chris Powell programs. If you are active and want to shed a few pounds, you will want to change the program to account for your activity level so that you get enough nutrition.