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Guaranteed Weight Loss With The 'Eat Less' Diet
by Kris on 3/14/2005 (5)

Eat less you fat pig!
In the past ten years, dozens of diet plans have swept across the nation with as much success as the 2004-2005 NHL season. Even those that have succeeded in causing weight loss have typically failed with time as dieters returned to their previous eating habits and ballooned to the size of a small office buildings.

But the simplicity and shear effectiveness of the Smooth Operator 'Eat Less' Diet promises quick results that will last a lifetime.

"The basis of the 'Eat Less' diet is just that, eating less," said Kris Steele, creator of the 'Eat Less' diet. "If normally you eat twelve Whoppers for lunch, using our diet you will eat just six. Less food leads to less weight on your body. I don't understand the science of it nor do I believe anyone ever will, but I do understand the results."

Don Swanson once weighed 1,200 pounds and was often mistaken by his friends and family for an overweight walrus with a bad toupee. Don had become so overweight that he had to have specially made steel reinforced chairs to even sit down. His local Sum wrestling club even asked him to lose weight.

"I was tired of people mistaking me for large sea creatures," said a teary-eyed Don. "I needed to lose weight, I just didn't feel good about myself. Plus my landlord was going to evict me, he was afraid the floors would collapse under my weight."

Using the theories of the 'Eat Less' diet, Don cut down his food intake from twenty-four pounds of raw fish to twelve pounds, reducing his daily calorie intake by over 6,000 calories. In a matter of four months, Don lost 500 pounds and finally accomplished his life long dream of not being confused with a porpoise.

Sally Jenson was once a high school prom queen. But after years of unheeded food intake after discovering non-cafeteria food, she grew from a petite 103 pounds to a mountainous 1,500 pounds. She could no longer find clothes that fit her and was forced to wear blue tarps that she purchased from the local hardware store.

"When all-you-can-eat restaurants began turning me away, I knew there really was a problem," admitted Sally. "Thankfully, I discovered this great diet. Before I could put down my turkey leg, I had lost over 900 pounds."

These two examples are just one of dozens of true success stories stemming from the 'Eat Less' diet. And while many diets would charge you money or force you to purchase an expensive book to learn their insider secrets, we're giving this information away for free. In fact, we've already told you everything you need to know to start eating less and losing weight. If you missed it, just go back and read this story again, and soon you'll be on your way to losing hundreds of pounds in unwanted weight.h="0"<0" hei

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