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Friday, January 19, 2007

You Mean I Can Have Beer On My Diet?


You can have your beer and drink it too on this "diet"

Wouldn't it be great if you could drink unlimited amounts of beer and other alcoholic beverages (if that tickles your fancy) and STILL lose weight? Well, wake up from your dream buddy because it ain't gonna happen.

But triple-digit weight loss success Bradley Scott Cailor will tell you how he incorporated beer into his unique "diet" in his enticing new weight loss book entitled The Beer Drinker's "Diet". Let me warn you ahead of time. This book is unlike any other weight loss books on the market today, but that's a VERY good thing as you will quickly find out.

As someone who has lost nearly 200 pounds following what worked for me (the Atkins/low-carb nutritional approach), I thoroughly enjoyed reading the brutal honesty that Cailor brings to this book. While I certainly didn't agree with everything he had to say regarding his philosophy on diet and nutrition, you certainly can't beat the results--114 pounds GONE FOREVER! CONGRATULATIONS, Bradley!

Check out his incredible before and after photos:


Like me and millions of other people desperate to find something that would help him shed the weight, Cailor stopped relying on all the failed fad "diets" and simply decided to create one of his own that would fit his lifestyle while still melting the fat. It took nearly three decades to develop, but now it's perfected and clearly explained in The Beer Drinker's "Diet".

Because of his vast experience on all those other diets over the years, Cailor provides invaluable expert advice to you about why NONE of them work. If you've been a "Human Guinea Pig" for every diet known to mankind like he was, then a lot of these stories will bring back some memories you'd probably rather forget. But realizing where you went wrong may help you find what will finally work for you.

Over the years, Cailor has lost and gained more weight than he'd like to remember. Years of toiling in weight loss Hell taught him that he needed to start doing his own research and testing about what would help him not just lose the weight, but then keep it off forever. It's a common theme that runs throughout the book and one that I strongly share with him.

As you read page after sometimes painful page of Cailor's life as a fat man sprinkled throughout Part I of The Beer Drinker's "Diet", you feel like this man is actually speaking directly to you. You feel a kindred spirit with him because he's one of us. Yet, he doesn't pull any punches in telling you what he thinks and why. In the end, whether you believe what he has to say or not, you will at the very least respect where he has been and just how far he has come.

That stoic picture of himself on the front cover notwithstanding, you really get the feeling this is a guy who cares about overweight and obese people because he was once there himself. Now he wants to help you understand why you got to be that way and provide you with the good news that you can overcome it just like he did.

He cheers you on to your own success by giving you timely and practical tips for losing weight without sugarcoating the truth about what you need to do to make it happen. The fact that Cailor is a real person who followed the pathway outlined in this book gives the reader a sense that they can do it, too.

The deprivation you feel on other "diet" plans will not exist on The Beer Drinker's "Diet" because Cailor shows you how to incorporate even your can't-live-without-'em foods into your healthy lifestyle. It's YOUR lifestyle, so decide what you can and can't have. There's no need to make it more difficult than it needs to be.

Thousands of people have implemented the strategies outlined in this book, so it has already been tested. As a non-drinker, the tidbits about drinking alcohol didn't interest me a bit, but diehard boozers may be amused by what Cailor discovered were the health benefits of drinking beer. No kidding!

Part II of The Beer Drinker's "Diet" actually gets into the nitty gritty of precisely WHAT you should do to lose the weight, including what you can expect to happen at every juncture of this weight loss journey, helpful hints and insights from Cailor's years of experience, a sample menu plan that you can use as a guide, and even a series of pictures showing you the exact exercises you need to do to get into shape. Sweet!

Who knows? One of these days after you have dropped the weight for good, you might even get to enjoy a cold one with Cailor himself. There's no doubt in my mind that nobody will be happier for you than him. Cheers!

1-21-07 UPDATE: Bradley was very gracious in response to my review of his book.

Jimmy

Great review! You obviously see what the book I truly about and absolutely nailed it in your comments!

Yes, like you, it my passion and calling to help people gain health. You truly seem to understand that the title is a metaphor to get more "regular people," who wouldn't ordinarily read a diet book, to actually read a diet book.

This book was written with my father-in-law (who had a serious weight problem) in mind, but unfortunately he passed away before the book was finished.

Thank you very much for helping us to get our message out! You truly understand the book's noble message. You and I have that special bond that most people could ever understand--triple-digit weight loss with a new healthful lease on life!

Good luck with your efforts and God bless!

Brad


THANK YOU for showing people that ANYONE can lose weight if they simply find what works for them and then DO IT! CONGRATULATIONS again, my friend!

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4 Comments:

Blogger Jeff Hamlin said...

Jimmy,

I drink a beer or two on rare occasions. That hardly makes me a "diehard boozer". Ya can't go from one extreme to the other. :)

1/20/2007 2:46 PM  
Blogger Jimmy Moore said...

Never said you were, Jeff. You precisely get the message of Bradley's book by recognizing you can have ANY indulgence you want every once in a while. It's when it becomes a habitual thing that you start seeing the destructive nature of such rear its ugly head. THANKS for the comment!

1/21/2007 2:18 PM  
Blogger Lowcarb_dave said...

I'm a non-drinker, but that is purely a personal taste issue.

I do drink occasionally.

I like that this is a real guy, who is approaching weight loss at a different angle.

Damn he is looking good now! He just looks sick and bloated before!

I imagine that it involves some moderation in drinking, because just like the Atkins diet isn't piles and piles of meat, this wouldn't be gallons and gallons of beer.

I'd be interested in reading this book, purely for the novelty factor!

Cheers.

Dave

1/21/2007 10:26 PM  
Anonymous Chelsea said...

Is there anyway I could get in contact with Brad? I would like to ask him some questions.

5/23/2009 2:28 PM  

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