Forever Fat Loss by Ari Whitten

Forever Fat Loss

Escape the Dieting Trap and Transform Your LifeHave you been spinning your wheels, trying diet after diet, only to lose and regain the same 10, 20, or 30 pounds over and over again? Author Ari Whitten's here to tell you that it's not your fault! The common weight loss strategy of "burn more calories than you take in" will fail 95% of you in the long term, simply because this goes against your body's natural wisdom. So it's time to stop fighting a...

Details Forever Fat Loss

TitleForever Fat Loss
Release DateMay 9th, 2014
PublisherArchangel Ink
GenreHealth, Nonfiction, Sports, Fitness, Food and Drink, Diets

Reviews Forever Fat Loss

  • Desirai
    I’ve been on so many “lose weight quick” diets. I always lose weight in the beginning only to gain it all back and then some. I’ve been dieting for most of my life. I must have started when I was 13. I’ve been beating myself up for years unable to understand why the “calories in, calories out” approach wasn’t working for me. I felt like such a failure.I recently had the pleasure of attending one of Ari’s presentations. I left fe...
  • D.G. Kaye
    This book is a very informative guide explaining the way the body works and metabolizes fats and carbs. Although a bit repetitive at times, it gives valuable information on how to restructure our eating as lifestyle instead of crazy dieting. I would like to re-review after a few weeks because I have been following this for only a few days now and although I have never been much of an eater and remained the same healthy weight for years, the menop...
  • Gail
    Lots of great info BUT the first 25% is so repetitive it could possibly drive a person nuts.Also, what's with having the suggestions to avoid processed foods, yet menu suggestions include protein powders. "If it doesn't run, fly, swim, or grow out of the ground as a fruit or vegetable, don't eat it!" For pete's sake, grain is actually a type of fruit, and thus closer to fitting the parameters of that quote than protein powders.
  • Carol Evans
    Forever Fat Loss: Escape the Low Calorie and Low Carb Diet Traps and Achieve Effortless and Permanent Fat Loss by Working with Your Biology Instead of Against It is kind of an ambitious (and way too long) title, but the book makes sense. It talks a lot about eating whole, unprocessed foods and about the importance of moving throughout the day, not just when you go to the gym. He would like you to have a treadmill desk at work, which is obviously ...
  • Cindy Rollins
    I am giving this 4-stars for having helpful information. It is repetitive. Very repetitive! But if you can borrow it from Amazon like I did or get it for Kindle when on sale then it is worth a read if you struggle with losing and gaining weight.I have been slowly changing my lifestyle for several years now and this book fit into that forward movement. I am always looking for strategies that move fat out of my cells and out of my body without the ...
  • Kathie
    This book is a must-read for anyone looking to permanently lose fat and get their body back to its natural state of being lean. The writing style is straight-forward and the book is packed with citations to studies - Ari certainly has done his homework! His approach is amazingly simple and doable - liberating is the word that kept coming to mind as I read through Forever Fat Loss. I started implementing his approach as I read the book - I stopped...
  • Jenny Sanders
    Get Off The Weight Loss Treadmill ForeverFinally - a common sense, yet scientifically supported approach to permanent weight loss. Having battled and lost an extra 40 lbs several years ago, keeping it off has taken serious, concentrated effort. Now I understand why. It's not me, it's my biology! Previously vegan and then vegetarian, I wasn't able to lose, much less sustain weight loss. Now a meat-loving, low carb devotee I've successfully shed th...
  • Smilla's Sister
    Excellent and very motivating! I really loved this book. As someone who's been battling the proverbial "ten extra pounds" her entire life, I found the science behind the author's theory convincing and his system excellent - revolutionary even.It does demand quite a few changes in one's lifestyle though, but they're ultimately for the better. Apparently, the author has already had the book professionally edited which is why I didn't notice any of ...
  • Kristin
    Despite the author's protestations to the contrary, this is really just paleo. Or, rather, paleo-light. It's paleo with dairy (so, primal), white potatoes (which many paleo authors/doctors now accept as part of the diet) and occasional properly prepared grains/legumes (so, WAPF meets paleo). There is absolutely nothing new here.
  • Magdalena Todorinska
    A science-based and very balanced approach to sustainable fat-loss. It's anti calorie-counting, anti macronutrient or food groups restrictions of any kind and pro whole foods and healthy relationship with food. Very good for people who need healing from chronic dieting or who have fallen victims of diet dogmas of any sort.
  • Lesley
    VERY REPETITIVE! didn't learn enough new information to be impressed.
  • Matthew Hines
    On my journey towards learning how my body best operates, Ari's book on metabolism is now going to get top placement among my Top Three for Fitness. I have known for a while about how a high metabolism is essential in efficient fat burning, but until I read this book I didn't know just how it worked. Ari is revolutionary in that he does not focus on low fat foods, but instead you eat plenty of unprocessed foods. He also makes the case for throwin...
  • Jennifer
    Great info - solid advice!This book was chock full of great information about getting off your butt and simply moving more. I think given time to implement the advice, many people would see fat loss happen quite simply and effortlessly, and turn their metabolisms back into calorie incinerators! I gave it four stars for a little bit of redundancy and it's a lengthy read until you get to the actual game plan. However I have started making some of t...
  • Margaret
    Finally, How to Reset Your SetpointWe all know diets don't work, but what are ya gonna do? Pills and shots don't work. What we need is to really understand what this metabolism Setpoint is and how to fix it. This is the first book that actually makes sense. No more calorie counting, no more gym memberships ( we don't use anyway). No more deprivation. You have to understand it before you can fix what's caused you to have a slow metabolism. And you...
  • Carol
    This book makes an awful lot of sense and seems to explain the reason for my yo-yo dieting! Most of the tips are quite easy to incorporate most of the time and should hopefully help me get the results I need. Followed for only a week so far, but feeling good, eating less but no cravings.Certainly worth a read if you've been "dieting" for a while and don't feel like you are really getting anywhere.
  • Pipina
    The first part of this book, where it explains fat mass regulation, is excellent. It thoroughly debunks the gluttony-and-sloth-as-causes-of-obesity myth.The second part is somewhat disappointing. It just advocates the adoption of a Paleo diet.
  • Robert
    Excellent practical and well researched method of sustainable fat loss. Possibly the best health information I've read to date. Avoid fad diets, eat whole food, move more throughout the whole day, get adequate sleep. Looking forward to better health in the coming months.
  • M Carpenter
    Work, we will see.What I read sounds good and explains problems that I have with weight gain. Not sure I like the sales pitch at end of book. I will start with the foundation laid out in the book before buying his system.
  • Orlando
    Great information Although a bit repetitive at the beginning, the information here contained is very important and apparently with good scientific foundation.
  • Stacey
    I loved this book. I loved all of the characters, I loved the story, I loved all of the ending. I really enjoyed it. Gave me the warm and fuzzies.
  • David Baird
    As others have noted, the author is anti-Paleo, and yet his recommended regime is actually Paleo with the grey areas - starchy veg, dairy, fruits included.
  • Kelly
    Easy, simple and effective approach.
  • Manuel Caetano
    Good book on nutrition and living a better life.