16 Point Macerat Weight Loss Plan

This is one of the fad diets that are circulating the diet-conscious world out there. The diet has been said to help dieters to lose fat while they are constantly eating whatever it is they have been eating before taking on the weight-loss plan.

One article that featured the 16 Point Macerat Weight-Loss Plan is the one that feature one "Chantal Legrand" who confessed that she was able to lose more than 50 pounds of fat without any type of dieting or medication in less than 6 weeks.

The advertisement for this particular weight-loss plan claimed that by following the instructions for the weight-loss plan, anybody will be able to lose weight immediately. They even said that one may be able to lose around 8 to 10 pounds per week in a very easy fashion.

This is one of the types of feature about this type of diet that may be able to attract people who are looking for a quick fix regarding their weight loss goals. Surely, everybody would like to have everything right away and having a slim body is no exception.

The weight-loss plan confesses to helping people to lose tremendous amounts of fat without ever having to gain it back afterwards. This is explained by the proposed theory that the body will have gone into equilibrium at that point.

The weight-loss plan is so good that it claims that people will "never believe" you ever had a problem with your weight before. The advertisement ends by saying that people have lost as much as 13 pounds right after the first week.

The weight-loss plan centers around a particular version which is marketed as a "standard" plan which is designed for the person to lose a little less than 20 pounds in 3 to 4 weeks.

The cost

This particular plan costs $34.00. The second plan is the "intensive" plan which costs $56.00. This certain version of the weight-loss plan is said to help people lose more than 20 pounds in as little as 5 to 8 weeks. 

How the diet plan work?

The fabled weight-loss plan includes two bottles of concoctions which are considered to be a "purgative elixir" and a "drainer elixir".

The number of drops that one person should take only varies with the amount of weight loss that you would need or want. The model for the advertisement supposedly lost a lot of pounds during this trip. The claimed weight loss would range from 174 to 120 pounds.

The plan includes about two bottles which will essentially allow your body to shed off the toxins and other stuff that it supposedly does not need. The purgative mixture contains extracts of black radish, celery muscade and artichoke to name a few.

The "drainer" mixture contains extracts of black currant leaves, cherry stems, parsley and green tea, to name a few. These herbal-type substances when taken in, will induce a laxative effect which will inevitably induce weight loss in the person.