Loss Weight Quick with Slimder!
Step 1 - Free Eating:
The first 3 days of taking Slimder, you can eat as much food as you'd like. This is your free eating step, and it is important because during these 3 days you are storing fat to be used as energy during the low calorie portion of the diet.
Step 2 - Dropping The Pounds:
On day 3 you will begin the low calorie diet. You may only eat the foods listed in the Slimder diet plan that will arrive with the product. You will continue the low calorie diet for 4 weeks if you are trying to lose 16-21 pounds; or 7 weeks if you are trying to lose 22-41 pounds.
At the end of your diet period (4 or 7 weeks), you can stop your low calorie diet and start to transition into "Step 3 - Weight Stabilization". Continue taking Slimder through "Step 4 - Maintaining your weight". This will allow your body to readjust from the diet while still allowing Slimder to continue to burning fat.
It is VERY IMPORTANT to continue to use Slimder for this portion of the diet to allow your body to readjust. If you immediately go back to a regular diet without Slimder its likely you'll gain weight.
Step 3 - Weight Stabilization:
You can now start to add food back into your diet avoiding sugar and starch for 3 weeks. Adding foods back in 1 at a time will allow your body to slowly readjust and find its "new, normal body weight". This also allows you to recognize certain foods that cause your unique body type to gain weight. Continually weighing yourself at this point is crucial. Your target weight should be 3 lbs of your lowest weight in Step 2. If you weight starts rising above 3 lbs of your lowest weight then go back on "Step 2 - Dropping the pounds" for 2 days. This will help your body readjust SLOWLY to the new, lower weight that you're going to maintain. Remember, its key to SLOWLY reintroduce your foods. If you binge at this point you'll gain weight back.
Step 4 - Maintaining Your Weight:
After you have successfully stabilized and completed "Step 3 - Weight Stabilization" you're ready to add back normal foods into your diet, in moderation of course.