Forever Fat Loss Review

by The Diet Critic on December 20, 2017

Forever Fat Loss Review
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Forever Fat Loss is a weight loss guide that comes from professional fitness trainer, independent health researcher and nutrition expert, Ari Whitten. Essentially, the idea behind this weight loss guide is that the only logical approach to fat loss is to work with your biology and not against it.

According to Whitten, the methods that most people use to lose weight are typically counterproductive and ineffective. Although some of the techniques form other weight loss programs may result in short-term weight loss, eventually metabolism is negatively impacted and, in the long-run, this results in even more weight gain. The goal of Whitten is to help dieters achieve weight loss that is both effortless and permanent.

In terms of what you can eat, there isn’t much that is really off limits. The idea is to eat whole natural foods to satisfy your cravings and try to eat organic as much as possible. That said, dieters are encouraged to avoid eating processed foods.

Recommended whole foods include: free range eggs, free range chicken, free range turkey, grass-fed beef, organic feta cheese, organic yogurt, coconut cream, bok choy, broccoli, cucumber, onions, peppers, carrots, potato, berries, etc.

As for exercise, Whitten recommends that dieters minimize how much they sit and to stand as much as possible. He also suggests that some form of exercise should be performed, starting with walking. Once this has been established, daily workouts should be added, including high-intensity interval training.


For the most part, Forever Fat loss is a very sensible weight loss plan that is easy to understand and to implement. It encourages consumption of whole and unprocessed organic foods and does not require followers to restrict carbohydrates or to count calories. Additionally, dieters are advised to eat in accordance with their hunger levels and to not forcible restrict how much they ingest. This diet may also help to repair metabolic damage that occurs due to chronic dieting. As another nice bonus, this program also includes recipes and meal suggestions.

Aside from purchasing your groceries, this diet will cost you the price of Whitten’s book – “Forever Fat Loss: Escape the Low Calorie and Low Carb Diet Traps and Achieve Effortless and Permanent Fat Loss by Working with Your Biology Instead of Against It” – which can be purchase for under $10.


Although Forever Fat Loss recommends eating whole and unprocessed organic foods, finding wild seafood and organic animal products won’t be easy for everyone, as they are not readily accessible in ever grocery store. If you are vegetarian or vegan, this diet is unlikely to work for you, as Whitten does not provide vegetarian or vegan options and generally takes a negative stance on vegetarianism and veganism for weight loss. Many dieters may find it difficult to eat and prepare all meals at home and follow the program exactly as directed. Some people may also struggle with Whitten’s suggestion of attempting to stand for most of the day.

Overall, this is a healthy lifestyle diet with some good ideas and could lead to long-term weight loss if followed as instructed. However, not everyone will find Forever Fat Loss to fit ideally into their lifestyle. Talk to your doctor if you are interested in trying Forever Fat Loss. Discussing your interest or concerns with him or her may help you to determine if this is the best diet for you.

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