Overview of the Weight Release Program
Phase I - Days 1-3 Loading Phase (with Release Drops)
Eat anything and everything you can….especially foods high in fat. This is crucial to opening up the abnormal stored fat cells, making them accessible. Release drops keep your abnormal fat cells open so your body will metabolize your abnormal fat cells as energy and excrete them as waste from your body. It is recommended you consume a minimum of 7000 calories each loading day. Your goal is to gain 4-6 pounds in 2-3 days. Remember, it takes approximately 3500 calories to gain one pound of fat.
During "Loading" you will start taking the drops as directed. 10 drops, 3 times per day. Once in the morning; again 30 minutes before lunch; and then again 30 minutes before dinner. Place the drops under your tongue and hold them there for 60 seconds, swallowing the remaining liquid. You do not want to skip or skimp out on this phase. Your energy levels may suffer and the program may not work as it is designed, if you don’t do this step correctly. The best foods to eat are milk chocolate, whipping cream, pastries, ice cream, peanut butter, bread with lots of butter, and pork products. Look for foods with high fat grams per serving. Try not to fret about the weight you gain during these loading days, as you will lose it all, and then some within the first few days of the low calorie diet.
Phase II - Days 3-43 Diet Phase (with Release Drops)
Begin the very low calorie Diet and continue taking Release drops. Drink at least 64 oz. of water daily (you can also drink decaffinated coffee or tea). For each meal, lunch and dinner you will stick to one of each of the approved food choices. 1 protein, 1 vegetable. You may also have 2 approved fruit choices each day. Calories can be increased to accomodate moderate activity or exercise.
You will continue the very low calorie diet for 3 weeks if you are trying to lose 15-20 pounds; or 40 days if you are trying to lose 20-40 pounds. Weigh yourself every morning when you wake up, you will see a loss of 1-2 pounds per day for the first week. (No variations are allowed; if an item is not on the list, it is forbidden. Some doctors and clinics make substitutions, but we recommend sticking to the original protocol exactly in order to maximize your results).
At the end of the 3 weeks or 40 days, you must stop taking the Release drops, but continue following the very low calorie diet for 3 days. This will allow your body to flush the Release product out of your system. It is very important to adhere to this portion of the diet; if you immediately go back to a regular diet, you will gain weight.
Phase III - Maintenance Phase (3 weeks)
You can now begin to add more food back into your diet, just be sure to avoid sugar and starch for 3 weeks. It is best to add foods back in 1 at a time so you can see how your body reacts to each item. You can now have dairy, fats and oils, nuts, etc. Beware of extra sweet fruit like bananas and mangoes during this phase.
It is very important to continue to weigh yourself every morning during this time, as your body stabilizes at your new weight. You need to stay within 2 pounds of the lowest weight you reached in Phase 2. If you go over 2 pounds, you must have a "steak day" to return to your low weight.
A "steak day" is where you don't consume anything all day except water. For dinner, you will eat a large steak. Later that evening you can either have 1 apple or 1 tomato. That's it. The following morning, you should be back within 2 pounds of your lowest achieved weight. This is how you will keep yourself from gaining back all the weight you lost in Phase 2. If you gain more than 2 pounds during Phase 3, you either cheated by eating food that wasn't allowed (food containing sugar and starch), or your body had a bad reaction to a food that you reintroduced, causing intestinal swelling and water retention that manifests itself as a weight gain. It is during this phase that you will learn what foods your body doesn't digest well, and should be avoided.
Phase IV - Ongoing Maintenance (Ongoing)
After you have successfully stabilized your weight, you are ready to add all normal foods back into your diet, including bread and other starchy foods like potatoes, as well as food containing sugar, like mangoes, bananas, and sweets (in moderation, of course). You will have developed a taste for healthy foods, and it will be much easier for you to make good eating decisions at this point than it used to. You must continue to always weigh yourself in the morning, if you ever go 2 pounds above your lowest achieved weight, a steak day will put you back within your range, but it is important to do the steak day on the same day as the gain. Otherwise it is not as effective. You can maintain your new weight forever by following this simple system.