You can attain even seemingly unrealistic weight loss goals through The A-List Diet with my science-backed, protein-boosting method.

However, you should be realistic. And set your own goals based on what you want to achieve. Not based on some unhealthy, photo-shopped vision of skinniness you see on social media. Both your waistline and your health will thank you.

I know you’re looking for more specific numbers, so here they are…

You can lose five pounds a week on this diet, sometimes more.

I’ve even had patients lose 7 to 10 pounds in one week. But keep in mind it’s easiest to lose weight at the beginning of any diet.

The first week of The A-List Diet is Phase One. The second week and beyond is Phase Two. After the first two weeks, I would expect you to lose an average of two or three pounds per week, which is a sensible and successful way to lose weight until you reach your goal. And then I’ll show you how to maintain your new weight in Phase Three.

All the tools for success are there for you in The A-List Diet. Pick up your paperback copy today.

A-Listers’ Corner

Andrea’s A-List Diet story

Andrea Ward shared a story with me that relates to many people I know. When asked about her biggest dieting challenge, she said this…

My biggest challenge is SUGAR. And it’s been that way all my 66 years. Fortunately, my mother raised us to reach for fruit or vegetables as a snack. But sugary desserts were a treat and still are. Sugar is everywhere and because of that I’m hooked along with everyone I know.

Not everyone is fortunate enough to have been taught to eat fruits and vegetables as a snack. And even the healthiest of people have their vices when it comes to food cravings. The problem is, like Andrea, many people view these unhealthy sweets as some type of special treat or reward.

The truth is, the physical sugar cravings are easy to beat. And the psychological cravings are the hardest to overcome. But The A-List Diet can help you both physically and mentally.

It may not be the easiest task to re-set your brain to view sugar as the killer it really is, and not a “treat”—but I promise you, it’s not impossible.

One more thing…

If you’re squeamish about the thought of giving up sugar—don’t worry. It only takes three days!

Once you can get past the 72-hour mark, your physiological craving for sugar completely vanishes. And you’re just left with the psychological craving. Now, I’m not saying the psychological craving can’t be difficult to overcome. But getting rid of the physiological craving makes dealing with your psyche a heck of a lot easier.

And take it from me—a former overweight person whose favorite food was (and still is) ice cream—there isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t still think of eating it. But it’s only on very rare occasions that I ever actually do.

It’s okay to think about unhealthy foods as long as you’re not frequently acting on those thoughts—and The A-List Diet is here to show you how.