Everybody knows that having a lot of fat on our bellies is not good. Not only is it accountable for the "muffin tops" most of us detest so much, it puts real pressure on our bodies while adding to issues like heart disease, diabetes and more. Now, though, there's a book called the Lean Belly Prescription that's promising to help you lose the muffin top and get healthy at the same time. This book has lots of reviews already and we wanted to know if it was a lot better than anything else that people are already buying so we decided to check it out.

You can find the book at a "regular" book selling site like Barnes and Noble, Borders and on Amazon.com. This is a superb sign because it adds legitimacy to the project. It may also help make it less difficult to buy because you dont have to concern yourself with some affiliate giving a trumped up review to ensure they earn a commission on a product that doesnt help you. The book is also composed by Travis Stork. You might recall him from the show "The Bachelor" or perhaps identify him as one of the doctors on the syndicated daytime show "The Doctors." He is of course more, however, than merely a TV personality. He is a genuine doctor who works in an emergency room at a reputable hospital.

Dr. Stork uses the book to plug his Pick 3 to Lean course. Pick 3 to Lean is a plan which allows you to modify your eating and lifestyle habits but doesn't push you to spend a bunch of time working out. The program offers you the opportunity to lose weight without having to give up or refrain from indulging in the things you like the most like good food, free time, etc Quick Weight Loss Center. The program focuses on the theory of N. E. A. T, or Non-Exercise Activity Thermogenesis. This is a theory that states that you can burn calories and never have to do lots of exercise.

From what we read, this specific book makes a bunch of nice promises but doesn't offer up any new or particularly revelation-worthy information Sacred Heart Diet. The real fact is that most of the information present in this book could be found by doing a few basic Google searches and using your common sense. This will probably be a major dissatisfaction for the people who like to know the reasoning behind the instructions that they are given and expected to adhere to. The book does not go into theory very much in the least. The readers are only given some outlines and strategies and told to follow along. If you happen to be someone who enjoys being given clear cut plans but doesnt want to have to be concerned about the whys of what you are doing, this could be a good book for you.

Traditional logic shows us that the only real way to lose weight is to eat good food and get regular exercise. This book doesn't use that standard logic so there isn't a real way to tell whether or not it will work the way the marketing promises it will. Of course, it's absolutely worth a look, particularly if you get permission from your medical doctor (your own doctor, not the doctor who wrote the book).