Burning Fat 4…Dummies

We all know how hard it can be to stick to our diets in order to lose that pesky fluff. BurnFat4Dummies brings you all the motivation and information you need right in the package of a 24-page, easy to read, e-book. David Holm’s strategy is not to starve us or keep us from the food’s we just can’t stop eating, but to inform us and give us the knowledge to live a normal life while losing weight. I’m a proponent of reading as much about health as you can, keeping yourself informed.

David’s 5 Essential Tips for Weight Loss :

1. Have a target weight in mind.

2. Don’t break the scale, weigh yourself only once or twice a week!

3. Track your weight loss progression.

4. Eat consistently to speed up that fat metabolism of your’s.

5. Drink water and loads of it! (I don’t agree 100% with this, not all the time at least.)


The claim is, if you follow BurningFat4Dummies’ 4 week plan, you WILL lose between 5 and 30 pounds. To layout the plan in a nutshell, eat less more often, make healthier choices, exercise consistently, and stay away from pills

Throughout the book, David does mention things many of you may have read from other sources. However, it is good to repeat the most obvious, as it is usually the most important information of all. He is blunt about many issues and I can see his plan (with 110% effort) working and getting you back to the weight you want to be at.

If you are serious about taking action, subscribe to BurningFat4Dummies by e-mail to receive not only David’s powerfully informative e-book, but a video and access to his blog, where you’ll find even more information regarding weight loss.

PS: Keep us updated via comments about your thoughts and even results from your BurningFat4Dummies diet.

I give this all away free…with no strings but to different things work for different people. It’s worth a visit.

About the Author

My name is Israel Lagares. I used to be the kind of guy that was always in shape, but over the last few years I've fallen off tremendously. This site is my final attempt to get back into shape. So far I've lost 70.4 lbs. Check out my weight loss chart, weight loss videos and progress pics. Follow my journey, those of others, and read our thoughts on various health topics. Share your thoughts, experience, and journey here on FMU.

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  1. I think some good points. Be careful though when weight loss programs promise any more than 1 – 2lbs a week. To lose more than 2lbs a week you need to burn over 1000 more calories a day than you eat. This is a heap and very difficult to maintain. Weight over this amount can be lost but is usually in fluid which means you will put it right back on again.

    • David HolmNo Gravatar says:


      Well that`s exactly what we recommend as well. “15 lbs and 4” in 30 days, this number is an average for our clients weight loss, most of them were indeed overweight and large.

      I understand that you`re trying to advertise your own site there and all that, but be honest those 5 tips Israel wrote is not only healthy but every one should be doing them…

      David! πŸ™‚

    • Israel LagaresNo Gravatar says:

      That’s easy to do if you are really overweight, but like you said it’s hard to maintain that.

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  3. TomNo Gravatar says:

    These all seem like good tips. I’m big fan of setting targets or goals. I think that it’s hard for many people just to try to lose weight without a goal. However, I think that there should be a series of escalating goals. Once you reach your first goal, you move on to another one. I think this way the goals seem much more achievable, and there is continuous improvement.

  4. Another tip, never ever think you are on a diet or weight loss plan because your mind will betray you making you feel you need to eat more often than usual.

  5. I agree with drinking water, but not the tons of it part. An overdose of water can be very unhealthy. You should drink according to your weight and body size…eight cups a day does it for me.

  6. Good article… I especially agree with the weighing principle – less is more! And better yet could be to weigh yourself once a week at exactly the same time after going to the bathroom.
    I reckon though, that tracking weightloss is important – but a lot of the time its not the weight that matters, its the look… because muscle does weigh more than fat! And while a 5’4″ woman may have an ideal weight in mind, there may be many other variables that mean she can’t healthily attain that weight! Bone density for example would be a factor here.
    Anyway its a good article and they’re great tips for anyone – losing or gaining or maintaining weight – works for all πŸ™‚

  7. ViewmeThisNo Gravatar says:

    I agree water is healthy but too much is ehh – gets boring

  8. Very good steps to follow. Having a target weight and goal in mind is very critical to one’s success of getting in shape. I think drinking TOO much water can actually be life threatening. So everything in moderation is good.

  9. stomach fatNo Gravatar says:

    This type of diet works great but some exercise will greatly speed up the process.

  10. ChrisNo Gravatar says:

    I agree don’t break the scale and weigh yourself maybe once weekly. The best thing to do is take a before picture and check your evolving body out in the mirror. The scale can be misleading and discouraging. Remember muscle weighs more than fat but takes up less space! So you will sometimes be heavier but really are getting thinner!

  11. Thomas OdenNo Gravatar says:

    I always ran into a problem when tracking progress I would get frustrated with lack of success. Just have to have the right mindset staying positive is key.

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