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Table of Contents

Disclaimer........................................................................................................................................ 1
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Introduction............................................................................................................................. 1
Definition of the Problem ........................................................................................................... 1
What Is Considered To Be Over the Average Weight .............................................................. 8

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Why, Oh Why? ....................................................................................................................... 12


Is It My Fault? What Did I Do Wrong? ....................................................................................... 12
Heredity ..................................................................................................................................... 14
Digestion, Immune System and Metabolism Learn To Rule Over Them ............................ 16
What is Digestion?................................................................................................................. 16

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Contradictions and Confusions ........................................................................................... 36


Low Carb Diet Is a Deceptive Story ......................................................................................... 36
Yo-Yo Dieting ............................................................................................................................ 38
Omega 6 Polyunsaturated Fats ............................................................................................... 40
White Powders ......................................................................................................................... 43
Dieting Issues............................................................................................................................ 46

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Eat, Eat, Eat Because Its Good For You ........................................................................... 50


Dont Get Me Wrong ............................................................................................................ 50
Body Temperature .................................................................................................................... 51
What To Eat, What Not To Eat? ............................................................................................... 54
Butyric acid and metabolism ............................................................................................... 54
Starch .................................................................................................................................... 54
Fibers .................................................................................................................................... 55
Unprocessed foods .............................................................................................................. 56
Good fats .............................................................................................................................. 56
Nutrients That Are Important: Zinc, Choline, Vitamin B12, Vitamin K2, Copper ................57
Low metabolism means high cholesterol level .................................................................. 58

How much to eat? ................................................................................................................ 58


Tricks to heat up your metabolism ..................................................................................... 59
Hydration .................................................................................................................................. 67
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Exercise?................................................................................................................................. 71
Think About It ............................................................................................................................ 71
Being More Athletic, Wouldnt That Be Dreamy?................................................................... 74

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Stress Is Your Enemy............................................................................................................ 78


Where Is It Coming From?........................................................................................................ 78
Take a Deep Breath .................................................................................................................. 83

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Feeling Good Is a State Of Mind ......................................................................................... 87


Lets Look In The Mirror........................................................................................................... 89
Happiness Comes From Deep Inside....................................................................................... 90
What Is the Exact Root of Your Problem? ........................................................................... 91
Be Honest with Yourself ...................................................................................................... 92
Figuring Out What Comes Next .......................................................................................... 92
Taking Responsibility ........................................................................................................... 93
Think It All Through.............................................................................................................. 93
Uplift Yourself ...................................................................................................................... 93
A Battle of Wills .................................................................................................................... 94

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Salty Stories .......................................................................................................................... 95


Our Good All Friend, Salt.......................................................................................................... 95
Salt and Body Heat ................................................................................................................... 95

Conclusion .................................................................................................................................... 99

Disclaimer
No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or by any means, including printing,
scanning, photocopying, or otherwise without the prior written permission of the copyright
holder.
The Author has strived in every way to be as accurate and complete as possible in the creation
of this book, notwithstanding the fact that he does not warrant or represent at any time that
the contents within the book are accurate due to the rapidly changing nature of the subject.
While all attempts have been made to verify every piece of information provided in this
publication, the Author assumes no responsibility for any errors, omissions, or contrary
interpretation of the subject matter present in this book.
Please note that any guidelines or advice given hereof are not a substitute to medical advice.
You agree to use some or all of the information given in this book at your own risk. The Author
will not be responsible for any injury that may result by following the advice given in this book.
If your weight gain is a result of a particular illness, CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR WITHOUT
DELAY.

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1| Introduction
Those people who have tried to lose weight know that this is not an easy task; with so many
methods and techniques out there, not only has this become confusing for people, but that
fact that some of these methods are not effective at all. For instance, some people resort to
literally starving themselves in order to lose weight. While this method does work, and why
wouldnt it? After all, you are restricting the bodys nutritional intake, but this is not a healthy
way to control weight. Nor is this method natural in anyway. It actually messes up the bodys
natural systems causing numerous health problems.
So the question is: how should one lose weight in a natural, healthy and efficient manner?
Well, you would be glad to know that you have gotten in your hands a great resource to help
you achieve just that. This book will guide you and empower you with the necessary
information to help you on your journey to becoming a slimmer you in a natural and healthy
way.

Definition of the Problem


The aim of this book is to provide you all the information that you need to lose weight
naturally and in healthier ways, contrary to many other unsafe methods that are widespread
these days.

We will introduce to you a less conventional method of losing weight, yet more effective than
many of the well-known diets. We will teach you to lose weight by increasing your body core
temperature.
What is body core temperature? This is what this book will explain you, while giving you, step
by step, all the necessary information you need to reach your goal of an average weight loss or
37 lbs per months.

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You will be given exact instruction regarding your eating schedule, home tests and tricks that
will help you check yourself without the (expensive and time consuming) help of a nutritionist
or a doctor and you will have at your disposal or the pieces of information that make the puzzle
of your current condition.
Check for the Attention signs at the end of the chapters! We have signalized with the picture
below all the recaps that you will find at the end of the chapters. These recaps will help you
remember the information you have just read and to better understand what are the exact
steps you should follow in order to lose weight.
So here is our special recap sign:

You can follow this diet for as long as you want and can. We will say it again People who
stayed on this diet lost an average of 37 lbs a month. You will be given a diet that is recommend
for you that will help you to increase your bodys temperature, but, also, you will be able to
mix some recommended foods in a few weeks, so you wouldnt get bored with eating same
stuff every week.
Also you will benefit from several tests that you can do at home. You will learn how, using only
a thermometer, a scale and a pocket calculator to check yourself. Thus said, you will be able to
calculate your Body Mass Index (BMI), your muscle mass and fat mass and to check your urine
for its concentration, which reflects whether you are on the right track with the process of
increasing your bodys temperature. Also, at the end of the book, you will be given tasty recipes
that are included in your diet.

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The Weight Destroyer is about losing weight, as much as it is about reversing the process of
aging on a cellular level and strengthening the immune system, being protected by the risk of
developing several serious conditions, such as diabetes and cancer.
So, here we go in a process of discovery, of learning more about ourselves and our present
condition, about the unhealthy diets that we all have tried and which failed.
What people dont understand is the fact that various systems of the body work in
conjunction to manage nutritional intake and weight. One of the most important mechanisms
of the human body include metabolism.

Understanding Metabolism
Due to the fact that reference will be made to metabolism throughout the book, its essential
that you fully understand what metabolism is and how it is linked to body weight before we
proceed any further.
Metabolism is a process inside your body that converts whatever you eat into energy.

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It may sound simple, but this process is actually quite complex and combines the food and
drink that you eat with oxygen in order to get the energy. Interestingly, when you are at rest,
even then your body needs energy for all the hidden functions, including circulation of blood,
breathing, adjustment of hormonal levels as well as growth and repair of cells.
The number of calories that are used to perform these functions is referred to as the basal
metabolic rate.
The following factors determine your basal metabolic rate:

You size of body and its composition if you have a large body, then more calories will
be used to perform these functions.

Your gender Men have lesser amounts of fat in their bodies as compared to women;
however, they have more muscles therefore more calories are burnt as compared to a
female of the same weight and age.

Your age As you age, the amount of muscles are reduced and this in turn reduces the
calorie burning inside your body.

The energy levels required by the bodys essential systems generally remain fairly consistent
and are not changed very easily. As much as 60-75 percent of the total calorie burn each day
is the result of the basal metabolic rate.
The following two factors also determine the number of calories the body burns everyday:

Processing of food Digesting food, absorbing it, transporting it through the digestive
system and storing it consumes a certain number of calories typically around 10
percent of all the calories burnt in a day. In the majority of cases, this energy
requirement doesnt change easily and remains steady for the most part.

Physical activity Exercise and any physical activity are responsible for burning up the
rest of your calories. The physical activity may include anything from running up and
down the stairs, mowing the lawn to playing sports. Physical activity is the most
variable factor in determining how much energy is burned because the amount of
activity itself can vary significantly from day to day.

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The Link between Metabolism and Weight


While blaming the metabolism for all your weight woes may seem justified, we cannot
overlook the fact that metabolism is a natural process and the body automatically balances it
to fulfill the individual requirements.
That being said, this is exactly why the so-called
starvation diets are ineffective in controlling
weight. This is because whenever these diets are
put into practice, the body automatically starts
to conserve the calories (rather than burning it)
by slowing down the bodys natural processes.
The key to losing weight is to manage your food
intake and calorie burn. The calories you consume should be less than those you burn. This
can be achieved through physical activities as well, and not just by controlling the calorie
intake. For best results, both methods should be combined.

Link between Metabolism and Physical Activity


Even though you dont have much control over the rate of your metabolism, you do have one
efficient way of controlling your calorie burn rate, and that is through physical activity. The
greater the amount of physical activity a person carries out, the greater the amount of calories
they will burn.
Calories can be burnt in the following ways:

Strength Training Various strength training exercises are important mainly because
they prevent loss of muscle as a result of aging. Muscle mass plays a vital role in weight
loss because it burns more calories than a fat tissue can.

Aerobic Exercise Frequent aerobic exercise is among one of the most efficient ways
of burning calories. Aerobic exercises include swimming, bicycling and walking. In
general, at least 30 minutes of such exercises should be a part of a persons daily

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routine just to remain healthy. For losing weight, the duration of exercises should be
increased.

Lifestyle An active lifestyle is a prerequisite for all weight-loss endeavors. Being a


couch potato doesnt help if youre trying to shed weight. Try to develop healthy
habits. For instance, take the stairs whenever possible instead of the elevator or park
your car away when at the store. Fun activities such as gardening and even washing
your car can burn off a few extra calories from your body.

The question that raises is: Is physical


activity the key to losing weight? The
answer is clear and is NO! If you are
exercising every day for 30 minutes or one
hour, as you have been told by most of the
doctors, you will actually harm yourself.
Exercise place a tremendous amount of
stress on your metabolism. Most types of
exercise dont help you lose weight in a
healthy manner. Surely, you will get rid of
some fat and develop a beautiful muscular
structure but what happens if you stop your exercises even for a while? You will look even
worse than you considered you looked before starting your exercises. This book will tell you
exactly how much exercise is good for you and what kind of exercises will stimulate your
metabolism.

People and Weight Problems


Here are some stories about people who have expressed how they feel about their weight
issues.
Rosa Smith 31 years old Female

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Rosa has been battling her weight for quite a few years now, and recently
she also got divorced. The stress of the divorce contributed to her
increase in weight because she wasnt as heavy as she is now. With a BMI
of 28, she has lost all her confidence and has gone into depression. Even
though she has tried to adhere to a strict, almost-starving diet, she has little to no success in
this regard. She expressed herself when she said being so heavy has had a huge impact on my
self-esteem, and I dont feel like going out anymore.
As a result of her downed self-esteem, she has been having problems at work because of the
lack of confidence and she is not able to do her job as well as others do. She regrets that she
let the weight pile on and didnt do anything for so many years.
Rosas problem - We figured out that the problem with her approach was that her lifestyle
lacked almost all physical activity, apart from walking to work from her apartment just a few
blocks away. Also, her starvation diet isnt helping much simply because her body has gone
into the energy-saving mode and is NOT burning calories as it should.
Amelia 26 years old Female
Everything happened quite suddenly in the case of Amelia. One day she
had a slender, athletic body, and then she just started to accumulate
weight at the age of around 21. She tried every diet to no avail she just
ended up quitting the apparently harsh diet regimes because she just
couldnt take it. After trying some workout videos, her body just ached
after a few days and she had to quit that too.
Amelias Problem The problem with Amelia is that shes not sticking to proper nutritious
diet. Consistency is very important when it comes to losing weight and this is something she
lacks.
So if youre serious about losing weight, then you should stick to the guidelines given in this
book and be consistent in following them.

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Jack Brown 52 years old Male


Jack has had problems in controlling what he eats, and this has led him to
gain considerable weight. A quick glance at Jacks lifestyle revealed that
he has a disorganized lifestyle, he prefers to watch TV at home even when
the weather is beautiful outside and the conditions are perfect to enjoy a
walk down the block.
The type of lifestyle combined with his uncontrolled habit of eating has caused him to gain
considerable weight and his BMI is now approaching 30. He fears that no one will marry him
the way he is right now.
Jacks Problem The problem with Jack is that the reasons for his weight gain are crystal
clear; however, what he lacks is a proper weight loss program.

There are a lot of people out there like Rosa, Amelia and Jack who have neither the correct
guidance nor the understanding of how they should tackle their weight issues. Instead, these
people continue to spiral down into a never-ending circle of confidence problems due to low
self-esteem.
This book will provide valuable advice to those who wish to control their weight in an effective
and natural way.

What Is Considered To Be Over the Average Weight


The sad reality is that we have grown up seeing body image cues that tell us thinner is better.
This idea has been adopted by so many people to such an extent that they strive to achieve
the skeleton skinny stage or size zero. Skeleton skinny is NOT healthy!
If Barbie was a real person, she would have been so thin and underweight that she might have
been unable to even menstruate!

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