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Carb Back-Loading Diet Review: Results and Sample Meal Plan Exposed by Daily Gossip Magazine
Date:7/24/2013

Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) July 24, 2013

DailyGossip.org an online magazine specialized in lifestyle and nutrition subjects, issued a press release informing readers that John Kiefer's New Diet Plan will be explained in an in-depth review.

The Carb Back-Loading Diet has been long praised by the fitness community; therefore, nutritionists working at Daily Gossip have decided to reveal it to the readers.

The preview provided by http://www.DailyGossip.org is a brief description of the new Carb Back-Loading Diet that has caused so much controversy among nutritionists. The reason why this regime has been contested is because it contradicts most of the principles that have been suggested by nutritionists, so far.

The author of the diet, John Kiefer, has been the only one to state that you can eat as much as you want, the products that you like and still have the desired body shape. This is possible because John Kiefer has spent the last 10 years studying the human body and the influence of certain molecules on caloric consumption.

John Kiefer discovered during his research that you can educate your body to burn fats and consume calories faster by simply eating at certain hours of the day. The great part about the Carb Back Loading Diet is that you don't have to compromise your social life because you can eat even during the late hours of the evening.

In fact, the more you eat in the evening, the more pounds you lose, according to Kiefer. This is possible because the consumption of highly caloric products in the evening stimulates the body to burn fats faster and to turn them into
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