We have seen many diet plans that claim to help you reach your goal weight without effort. Many don’t work, and those that do are either difficult to follow, or you put the weight back on when you stop.
The author, Carly Donovan, was overweight, unhappy and depressed, with hypertension and other weight-related ailments. She then uncovered a solution that could reduce her weight and improve her overall health.
If you are a woman who really wants, and perhaps needs to lose weight, Cinderella Solution claims to be a flavor pairing plan that could help you reach your goal weight and possibly recover the figure and youthful glow last seen in your 20’s.*
Most other diet plans are either fads like Atkins or Keto or based around calorie counting or portion control. The one thing they are guaranteed to reduce is satisfaction.
What they do is to address the symptoms, not the cause of weight gain. They don’t seek to understand why most women steadily gain weight over the years, and what can be done to reverse the process.
Women have two major stages in their lives, the first, attracting a mate, and the second, ensuring the continuation of the species by having babies.
Three hormones, cortisol and estrogen manage that process. In stage one, by making you attractive enough to attract a mate, and in the second, supporting procreation. According to Carly Donovan, in the mid to late 20s, they turn from your happy hormones into evil-stepsister hormones:
In short, you transition from beach wear to maternity wear. In a larger size.
That is where Carly Donovan’s plan is different. No diets, no fads, no lining the pockets of the weight-loss industry gurus.
Simply put, it is a shoku iku flavor pairing ritual, catered to the ICE type 1 hormone profile. It claims to switch back on the fat management process you enjoyed in your teens and early twenties, and changes the “store fat” imperative to “burn fat”.
For over 200 years It has been the cornerstone of the diet of the healthiest nation on the planet.
That country is Japan: Japanese women live to an average of 87 years old, a number that has continued increasing over the last 60 years. That’s over 10 years longer than the US. In medical terms, Japanese women had uncommonly low rates of dementia, depression, heart attacks and strokes.
All in all, the Cinderella Solution will help you uncover: