How losing fat with a burger lets me donate to charity
How many times have you donated to charity while losing fat at the same time?
Not many, I guess.
Well, ironically that’s what I’ll be doing today.
Let me explain.
In my home country (Ecuador), there’s a promo today about helping a specific charity when you buy a burger at Mcdonald’s.
I’m not a big fan of these burgers in particular, but I’ll do it for the cause.
But more importantly than that, it’s knowing I can donate and help those people who need it the most while doing something as simple as eating a burger.
I don’t have to feel guilty about eating the burger and justify it with the reason I want to help charity.
It’s the opposite.
I feel happy that this initiative happened while I’m here for a while, yet…
I’m not sacrificing my fat loss process.
BTW, I’ve been doing the last fat loss phase since August as I wanted to lose 10 pounds (or 4.5kg)… I went from 154 to 147 as of this very morning, so we’re getting close.
The point is…
Losing fat shouldn’t be an obstacle to doing what we want.
Today it might be donating to charity, tomorrow might be doing as simple as going out with friends or family.
Whatever the case, you shouldn’t sacrifice either.
But this is only possible when you know the basic science of fat loss and use the building block of all diets… all structured in a simple system that lets you know exactly what to do when.
I “discovered” this system (which has been used for decades) but people still debate if carbs or fats are the devil.
This is why I want to help you not have to sacrifice anything and be able to enjoy what you want while losing fat.
And it’s all inside my “Fat Loss On Demand” ebook.
And for those who get their digital copy by the end of next week, I’ll be giving away something to a lucky winner worth a couple of thousand dollars (retail value).
I’ll tell exactly what this is to my email list, yet if you get it sooner you might have higher chances of winning (as you can increase your odds).
Either way, I want you to take this message.
Fat loss should be not only something you enjoy doing… but something that shouldn’t be in your way of doing what you want.
No guilt, no remorse of any kind… just enjoyment of the process.
Ivan @ Fitnessthetic