Nigerians are becoming more obsessed with weight and dieting. We are also getting heavier than any other time in our nation’s history. There are diets, supplements and even surgeries that are geared towards helping people lose weight, but most of them fail to get people to address the true issue of looking at how they need to change their lifestyle to keep the weight off.
This is a personal story of my close friend I would call Mrs. Chichi Ofondu (real name withheld for privacy). My close friend and I decided that we needed to address our weight. We were both carrying more weight than we needed to be. Some of our other friends were on the 101Flat Belly and Fat Loss Nigerian Cooking Nigerian recipes and had lost weight, but our question was does the 101 Fat Loss Nigerians Recipe Cookbook really work in keeping the weight off. I mean we are talking about “our” Nigerian foods like “egusi soup”, “amala”, “ewedu”, “ofada rice” here.
And so we decided that we would research this and other diets to see which we would be able to fit into her life the easiest. We knew that the plan had to be easy to follow and flexible in order for her to stay on it. We knew that most diets would give you results if followed faithfully, yet we were concerned about what happens in the long term.
So Mrs. Chichi had me look into the BreakfastCookbook of the 101 Fat Loss Nigerian Cookbook Set to know if the recipes do work for Weight Loss and she looked into the Vegetarian Cookbook which she also ate for lunch and dinner. In a way asking the question does 101 Fat Loss Nigerian Cookbooks work seemed silly considering that the number of people that were following some form of it was growing on a national level in Nigeria.
Restaurants and fast food chains in Nigeria are already using some of their menus to accommodate the number of people who were looking for fat loss foods for healthy living. After doing research on it we found that the entire process is dedicated to changing your eating habits for a life time which in turn helps to keep the weight off “permanently”.
The strict low bad carbohydrate intake is used to drop weight, but then a full regiment for adding some healthy carbs back into the diet is outlined in the Breakfast, Vegetarian, Snacks, Soups, Chicken, Seafood and Fish Cookbooks. Actually there are a total of 12 Nigerian FatLoss Cookbooks available here. The goal is to add enough fat-burning dishes which are Nigerian to replace the majority of our Nigerian Fat-STORING recipes – whose daily routine is to satisfy your hunger and cravings, without over doing to the point of gaining weight back.
The consistent report that Mrs. Chichi kept saying over and over and over again was “I don’t ever feel hungry while using Dr. Ela’s Fat Loss Nigerian Cookbooks”. She also said she experienced increased energy as well and lost weight. Personally, I too never felt the need to overeat while using the Recipe program. We have decided that we will continue using the “101 Fat Loss Nigerian Cookbooks” in our diet and also cut the amount of fat we take in.
Fortunately, the Fat Loss Cookbooks are not those foreign tasteless alien recipes the whites eat. I still get to eat my favorite “swallow” with the “Ewedu” recipe. You can get full details about Dr. Ela’s 101 Flat Belly and Fat Loss Nigerian Cooking Recipes here.