The Lean Belly Prescription: A Sensible Review

We all are aware that having a lot of belly fat is usually a problem. It doesn’t just give us those ugly “muffin tops”; it places pressure on the rest of our bodies and adds to problems like coronary disease, diabetes and more. There is a new book, however, named The Lean Belly Prescription that, according to the marketing, will help you lose your muffin top while simultaneously improving your health. This book has been reviewed just about everywhere and we wanted to find out if the contents of the book are as good as anything else that is already out there so we thought we would give it a closer look.

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You can purchase the book at a “regular” book selling website like Barnes and Noble, Borders and also on This is good because doing so helps the book gain legitimacy. This makes it a lot easier to trust as well because you won’t have to worry about an affiliate inflating the review to make sure that you buy the book even if they know that the book won’t be helpful. The book is also authored by Travis Stork. You almost certainly recognize him as one of the medical doctors from the syndicated show “The Doctors” in addition to a reality contestant on “The Bachelor.” He is obviously more, however, than just a TV character. He is an true medical doctor who works as an emergency room doctor at a real hospital.

Dr. Stork uses the book to market his Pick 3 to Lean program. The Pick 3 to Lean program makes it possible to customize your diet and lifestyle habits but will not require you to spend hours and hours working out a gym. This program promises that you will be in a position to lose weight and never have to abstain from any of the things you like the most (food, free time, etc). The theory guiding this particular plan is called the Non-Exercise Activity Thermogenesis (or N.E.A.T) theory. This is really a idea that states that you can burn calories without having to do lots of exercise.

From what we can see, the book makes lots and lots of promises but does not offer any new or important information. The real fact is that most of the details found in this book could be found by doing a few basic Google searches and using your common sense. It may also be unsatisfying for people who are hoping for some real reasoning behind the instructions they are given. The publication does not go into theory very much in the least. Instead it basically presents readers with a group of outlines and instructions to follow. If you are somebody who wants to have a clear cut plan to follow but who doesn’t want to have to worry about the particulars of the plan, this might be the book you are looking for.

Traditional reason tells us that the only real way to lose weight is to consume good food and get regular exercise. This book flies in the face of that logic, so we aren’t actually sure if it will perform as well as it says it does. Of course, today, if you can get your physician’s blessing (from your own doctor, not the author of the book), anything is worth looking at!