The #1 Reason Most Diets Fall – & What You Can Do to Ensure You Lose Weight & Keep It Off!

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There’s a simple reason why most diets fail — they do not produce results fast enough.

It’s no fun to eat small portions of food that don’t satisfy our hunger cravings. It’s no fun to go to the gym day after day — and when you are doing all of this and the scale is barely budging, it can be incredibly discouraging.

It can make you want to give up altogether or try a different plan.

Personal trainer and health and nutrition coach Brian Flatt has seen this scenario play out again and again and it has affected the way he approaches weight loss with his clients.

For a diet to be successful, I truly believe that the diet must produce visible and significant results fast,” Flatt said. “When the dieter sees real results quickly, he or she becomes more engaged. And when I can get the dieter engaged by seeing real results, a ‘snowball effect’ occurs; results get better and better as dieters see themselves getting leaner and leaner.”

To help dieters lose weight fast and avoid falling victim to discouragement, Flatt has created a new diet program that he calls The 3 Week Diet. He is now making this program available online to the general public because of the amazing success his clients have had with it.

“On this program, dieters notice favorable body composition changes in the first couple of days,” Flatt said. “In the very first week alone, dieters are likely to see in the neighborhood of 10 pounds of fat stripped away from their body. Their clothes will be looser, they will feel lighter and they’ll feel 10 times better.”

So why is Flatt’s program able to produce such rapid weight loss?

The 3 Week Diet focuses on providing dieters with only the essential nutrients that their body needs for good health and proper functioning, while eliminating all those nutrients that slow or even stop them from burning fat.

More specifically, the diet program addresses a body’s hormones, and how those hormones affect the body’s ability to burn fat and lose weight. Dieters get a specifically tailored, step-by-step blueprint that tells them what to eat, how much to eat, and when to eat for the absolute best weight loss results.

The program also utilizes several supplements that — in combination with the diet — helps users recruit body fat to be burned for fuel, maintain their lean body mass, and increase their metabolism.

All of this is included in a simple, straightforward, step-by-step presentation that doesn’t require a doctorate to follow.

It’s true that fast results are the key to sustained weight loss, but a successful weight loss program must also be easy to follow,” Flatt said. “Complicated, overly stringent plans drive people away.

So to recap, according to Flatt, if you really want to lose weight and keep it off, you need a plan that both produces fast results and is easy to follow.

He believes that he has created that program with The 3 Week Diet. To learn more about the program and determine if it could be the solution that allows you to finally lose weight and keep it off, please visit

 3 Week Diet.

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15 Thoughts to “The #1 Reason Most Diets Fall – & What You Can Do to Ensure You Lose Weight & Keep It Off!”

  1. I’ve seen this program. It is really well written and should work remarkably well. I find the Brian Flatt very motivating

  2. Mark Rutherford

    I’ve heard about Brian Flatt and totally agree with the concept. This is a program worth doing. It’s true that lack of timely results is discouraging.
    I’m looking forward to learning more.

    1. Thanks Mark, I agree. There is nothing more motivating then stepping on the scale after a week of changing your habits and finding that it worked!

  3. Interesting information, worth checking out. Nicely written too!

  4. Hmm. Interesting. Personally, I’ve found that any lasting change comes only after making a long-term commitment. So on one hand, the title is very misleading in terms of lasting change. But on the other hand, hopefully, it will be enough to get someone started and into forming the habit of eating better foods and getting more exercise, and they’ll want to continue from there as opposed to thinking they’ll be “fixed” after 3 weeks.

    It’s ironic, isn’t it? In order to help people, sometimes you need to do something bold to get their attention. I hope this helps a lot of people!

    Keep up your great work!

    Kevin

    1. I agree about getting someone’s attention. AND I think that lasting change does require a long-term commitment, but we can’t all do that, can we. We can’t all stand one day looking at our refrigerator and say, “You know what… I’m going to eat healthy and exercise for the REST OF MY LIFE, starting…. NOW” Our food is riffled with addictions. Sometimes our foods remind us of loved ones gone, or missing or lost. Sometimes our food just tastes freaking awesome and you can’t stop till it’s gone. You know… I quit smoking about 15 years ago. I just decided one day that it wasn’t worth it. And I stopped. There are only a small percentage of people who are able to stop smoking like that. Just because I was able to do it, doesn’t mean everyone can. NOT EVERYONE can wake up one day and change their habit of thinking about food in an instant. Not everyone can look at increased activity like it’s something good or to look forward to… Everyone has triggers, inner conversations and challenges that we know nothing about. IF the promise of weight loss in 21 days is motivating, then I say! GO FOR IT!

  5. Ronnie Jordan

    Weight loss is a battle for most people. Do you think there is really a fast way to do this? I try to keep a regular stable regime going on that seems to keep my weight constant. I ride a bike to and from work every day weather permits. Not saying that Flatt’s program won’t work I just find it easier to find a consistent routine that becomes part of my natural life activities to bring my metabolism up. This way I won’t get bored or fed up with something that I have to put myself on a plan with. Thanks for the information though.

    1. Personally I think if weight loss is a “struggle” then there are many factors that enter the equation. I like this program because it’s activating and encouraging. Many times the initial weightloss is enough to help someone step into a more regular regime like you suggest. Too often, overweight people are simply told to “eat less and exercise more” and they are romanced by the advertising companies showing fat free, low calorie foods… but the fact is that right now, we take everything that is good and wholesome out of our food, and put back in vitamins with fillers… that in the end just convert back to sugar. We are feeding an addiction to carbs and sugar all the while telling people that these foods are better for them and lower in the things they are mean to avoid. So, yes, I believe that a regular routine of activity is needed… but I also think that mentally we need a catalyst, and activating moment with victory to keep moving forward. Thanks for your comment.

  6. James Harvey

    I’ve never heard of the flatt’s 3 week diet. But after reading this information you have here. I just might give it a shot. Losing weight isn’t easy and to be able to do it in 3 weeks is very intriguing to me. I will follow up on this post and let you know how my experience goes.

    1. admin

      great point. Brian’s program starts with very motivating and fast results but then is able to walk us into ongoing healthy changes that allow us to continue or maintain the weight loss. Thanks for reading my posr

  7. Andrew

    This is really interesting, I’ve never heard of a 3 week diet program. This program definitely seems like it would be worth trying & to be honest I’m surprised I haven’t heard about it before. Diets are hard & when people don’t see the results they were expecting, it can be very discouraging & can lead to them abandoning the program.
    My only question would be, is there range of how much weight a person could expect to lose in 21 days with this program? Is it 10 to 15 pounds or less, because a person should be expecting to lose a ridiculous amount of weight that fast.
    Great post Christine, and thanks for sharing,

    1. admin

      Andrew thanks for the comment. We humans are funny aren’t we… the part about the three diet that really works is the way that Brian is able to motivate and help individuals quickly step into a healthier life style. While our brain encourages us to make quick short fast goals, we all know that the true goal is long term and ongoing health and wellness. And that’s ReALLY what program promotes. So the program satisfies our need for fast results while creating an easy to follow lifestyle chang

  8. Rob S.

    I’ve never heard of the three week diet. I’ve heard of many others but I’d be interested in looking into this one. Since Brian Flatt seems to be a personal health and nutrition coach he is sure to know all about this and how it works. And I like is that it’s not unrealistic to lose 1 or 2 pounds a day in the beginning. I’m going to look into this for sure.

  9. sharoncl

    Hi,
    I have not heard of this diet before really does sound interesting, i have been trying to lose weight, i would be very interested in this, i tend to give up easily and i really want this so bad that i will try anything.
    Weight loss is a struggle especially with hormones bouncing about (going through the change)
    Who is the 3 week diet good for? do you have to be really big or can you be 14 stone or is that not advisable? i always worry aswell that some diets are bad for you, i really never know which ones they are.
    Thanks for your interesting information, hopefully you can answer my questions 🙂

    1. admin

      Thanks for asking, I’ve found the 3 week diet to be really motivating and help jump start my own weight loss. I started this website… because I thought if I was going to be doing the research for myself, I might as well put it all out there and help other people. My experience is that the only BAD diet is one that is unsustainable (well, apart from the obviously unhealthy diets of like only eat cabbage soup or grapefruit). The 3 week diet seems to be nutritionally balance but what it brings to the table is the “one day at a time” idea, WHILE in the back of your head knowing that … you can do this in 3 week intervals. I’ve found that there is NOTHING as motivating as actually losing weight. BUT when I lose a little, I self sabotage. SO, I’m hoping this 3 week diet helps me get past the point where I would normally quit. I’ll let you know how it goes.. and PLEASE feel free to share your results! Have a great day

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