7 Day Belly Blast Diet Basic Product Details
7 Day Belly Blast Diet (version 2.0 as of this writing) is a dieting and nutritional program created by Josh Bezoni. In a bold move, Josh and this product claims that you would be able to lose 11 pounds in a week simply by following the dieting techniques (no exercise) presented in this program. This review aims to weigh the validity of those claims as well as provide a clear insight into the product itself.
First up, let’s talk about the author Josh Bezoni. Josh is a Bill Phillips (of “Body for Life” fame) protégé of sorts. Josh used to be a nutritionist for Bill Phillips’ nutritional supplement company – EAS (Experimental and Applied Sciences). He is a biology and nutrition degree holder while also finishing pre-med in the University of Central Iowa. This puts Josh on a solid fitness and nutrition knowledge foundation.
However, Josh’s background information also claims media appearances from ABC, Fox, NBC, CBS, The Today Show, and The Travel Channel among other things (magazine appearances in Oxygen and Men’s Fitness were also stated). With that amount of claimed exposure you would think that it’s easy to find verifiable background information on Josh, but it’s simply not the case. You can try it for yourself but we really can’t find any of the aforementioned media appearances. All we were able to find is a video interview of what looks like a made up show done by a made up host. These, among other various checks and cross checks we have done, all turned out negative for the author and product’s credibility.
The product’s marketing approach is a little less to be desired as well. Josh assumes the “messiah/savior role” with this product, going as far as saying that there’s a universal cartel of big food and diet companies conspiring to keep average citizens like you and me in the “getting fat and wanting to lose fat” cycle. Josh and this product then claim to shed the “truth,” expose the conspiracy, and come out the hero.
This marketing tactic might help sell a few products, but it’s a bit deceptive. Claiming to help you lose 11 pounds in 7 days through dieting (with minimal exercise) is also quite outrageous. Either way, the marketing hype surrounding this product doesn’t help its credibility at all.
What’s Inside 7 Day Belly Blast Diet
Moving on to what you can expect from the product itself. 7 Day Belly Blast Diet is primarily a “calorie shifting” diet program, which in this program is rebranded as “calorie confusion” (another marketing move). In essence, this program gets you to change your calorie and food intake every 7 days, confuse your body, and make sure your body’s metabolism keeps speeding up as well as avoid the dreaded “diet plateau.”
The core of the program includes a “weight loss goal setting” section combined with some motivational and positive mindset tidbits. This sets you to start off on the correct weight loss track.
You’ll then get to the diet and meal plan portion of the program. This is where you get the “calorie confusion” methodology the program is all about. You’ll have a healthy food shopping list, a calorie shifting meal plan, and some useful facts about chemical contents in common foods that contribute to fat and weight gain.
The last sections involve a simple cardio workout program that helps you burn those excess fat that dieting alone can’t burn.
Prices and Packages
$47, Standard Package
- “7 Day Belly Blast Diet 2.0 Diet Manual” eBook.
- “7 Day Belly Blast Diet 2.0: The Quick Start Guide” eGuide.
- “The Success Tracker” printable form.
- “37 Foods that Kill Belly Fat Report” eGuide.
- “Pre-Program Checklist” printable form.
- “The Weight Loss Supplement Review’ eReport.
- “Inspirational Success Video” online access videos.
- “The 7 Deadly Sins of Diet Scams Report” eManual.
- “Fast Abs Manual” eGuide.
- “How to Lose 11 lbs in 7 Days Diet Audio” audio mp3s.
- “The 5 Simple Keys to Guaranteed Fat Loss” online video series hosted by Kim Lyons (from “The Biggest Loser”).
- Unlimited access to Kim Lyon’s “Supportive Fat Loss Community” forum.
Our 7 Day Belly Blast Diet Verdict
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7 Day Belly Blast Diet is a risky diet program to say the least, not because the program itself is ineffective (or original for that matter), but because this program exposes you to a lot of unknowns when there are a lot of products out there that are more transparent. For that matter, we are giving this product a 1 out of 5 stars rating.
For the most part, this program is a basic “calorie shifting” diet program. Despite the claims (and the not so clever name change to “calorie confusion”), there’s nothing revolutionary here that you won’t find in any other “calorie shifting” guide or program out there.
But the real flaw of the program lies with the lack of verifiable credentials and the generous amount of hyped-up marketing claims. A lot of marketing air is pumped into this machine but, through our thorough checks and cross checks, all proved to be without substance.
We’re not saying that Josh’s credentials are completely bogus (he is, in fact, one of Bill Phillips’ protégés); we’re just saying that for this particular product, he resorted to some questionable overselling and overhyping tactics.
There are just a lot of better diet program choices out there that you don’t need to expose yourself to the risks presented by this program’s shaky credibility.
Our Final Recommendation: Absolutely Don’t Buy 7 Day Belly Blast Diet
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