The 250:250 Weight Loss Rule

Throw away your diet books and "miracle" weight loss supplements and start following the 250:250 weight loss rule. Life Extension can show you how to successfully lose!

Gaining weight is governed by a simple mathematical equation. The equation goes as follows...

Weight = Calories In - Calories Out

The 250:250 weight loss rule fulfills the only requirement for losing weight by creating a calorie deficit (calories out > calories in). Here's how it works...

  1. Eat 250 fewer calories per day

  2. Burn 250 calories per day

That's it!

By following the two steps of the 250:250 weight loss rule, you will create a 500 calorie deficit each day. Multiple this by 7 days a week and the result is a 3500 calorie deficit per week. Why is a 3500 calorie deficit per week important?

A 3500 calorie deficit = 1 pound of weight loss! Yes, it's that simple. No major lifestyle change is required. Forget about unhealthy fad diets and simply follow the 2 steps of the 250:250 rule.

Lose 1 pound a week, 4 pounds a month, and an amazing 48 pounds in one year without any significant change to your life.



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