Dieting sucks. Not eating (as much) leads to hunger cravings... and inevitably to a vicious cycle of fighting with your own body.1 And too often dieting means changing your eating habits in ways that are not just unpleasant and unfamiliar - but might even damage your metabolism and harm your overall health.1, 2
Ironically, dieting has you eating less while thinking about food constantly. Not a recipe for success!
My name is Keith Marz, the founder of
Marz Sprays, but people call me the
“Weight Loss Magician” because of
Marz Sprays’ revolutionary “Holistic”
method to lose weight - and keep it off!
At Marz Sprays we have worked with Medical Weight Loss Clinics for over a decade, and unlike 99% of the diets out there (and that don’t work),5,6,8 Marz Sprays were developed with a team of doctors, nutritionists and weight loss professionals at Medical Weight Loss Clinics that have served hundreds of thousands of people.
And the most important lesson we have learned is:
The tragic fact is that people push themselves through incredible amounts of stress and spend huge amounts of time, energy and money doing things that will harm their health and end in failure.2,5,6,8 We have seen first-hand the damage the Failure Diets inflict on people, and all because of the misinformation, hype, and desire for quick-fix solutions that surround the Diet Industry. In fact, usually people are headed in the wrong direction from day one because they start by looking for a diet that will work for them.
But that’s not even the right problem.
No matter what diet you choose, chances are you’ll fail.5,6,8
The fact is that 96% of all diets end in failure.5,6,8 Dieters eventually give up and go back to their old habits and gain the weight back.
Actually, research shows that most people gain back even more weight!5,6 Dieting can screw up your metabolism, and coming off a diet can mean gorging out even more.
And most of us know that diets don’t work, even if we don’t want to admit it.
The most common dieting outcome? Yo-yo weight, up and down and up and down. And these weight fluctuations are extremely unhealthy.5
You’ve heard of Too Big to Fail, right? Guess what: the Diet Industry is Too Big to Succeed.
The diet industry is supposed to help you lose weight, right? But success is clearly elusive. Dieters are getting more numerous - there are more than 108 million in the US alone, nearly a third the population.8 And they are getting heavier. 8
Sounds like a conflict of interest, doesn’t it?
Because there are huge dollars at stake: the Diet Industry has grown to over $66 billion in the United States8 - and meanwhile, the obesity epidemic, the world’s #1 chronic health problem, has grown to a worldwide phenomenon affecting 2.1 billion overweight people, of which 671 million are obese.9
In the United States the typical dieter tries 4-5 different diets per year.8 And most of them gain back more weight than they lost within 4-5 years.5,6 Not only are dieters getting fatter, the Diet Industry is getting fatter too.8,60
It’s time to get off the path of the Failure Diets.
A fundamental flaw in nearly every diet is the idea that one solution could possibly work for everyone.
If you’re a 140lb woman trying to lose 25lbs, is the solution for you really the same as a 245lb man trying to lose 60lbs? Does a 33 year-old really need the same things as a 65 year-old?
The truth is that people are different. Your age, gender, genetics, ethnicity, hormones, body type, history of eating habits and even history of dieting all contribute to the very unique person you are.
In fact, one size doesn’t even fit the same person day after day. What your body needs now, when you’re beginning your weight loss goals, is different than what you need when you’re closing in on your goal. And this is different still when you’re simply maintaining your ideal weight.1, 11
Your individual needs will also change day by day, depending on the season, what you’ve eaten, your exercise, your mood, your level of stress, and other things going on in your life.
Almost every diet focuses exclusively on what you eat, and how much you eat. A few are a little broader in scope and include an exercise regimen. You’ve heard the platitude before: the key to weight loss is diet and exercise.
This is willful blindness by the Diet Industry. It’s just not that simple. If it was, obesity wouldn’t be a worldwide epidemic affecting 671 million people.9
Most people spend only about one hour a day eating.12 This isn’t where diets fail - it’s in the remaining 23 hours you aren’t eating.
The fact is, something deeper is going on.
+ Earn less (affects women
even more than men)
+ Get fewer promotions
+ Viewed as lazy, less competent,
and lacking in self-discipline
+ Can be fired, suspended, or
demoted because of their weight
In fact, many dieters are some of the most determined, disciplined, die-hard people we know!
Our society vilifies obesity. We are constantly bombarded with slim, idealized bodies and told that fatness is unattractive and unhealthy. So there is tremendous social pressure to lose weight. This is one reason one in three people in the United States are dieting!8
Everyone knows that excess weight carries severe health risks.2,4,7,13
But there are also very real social prejudices against overweight people.14
There is a better way that SUPPORTS your body’s natural ability to burn fat, instead of DEPRIVING it and forcing it to shut-down into a starvation mode of conserving fat and destroying your energy levels.
A way that combats your body’s tendency to metabolic slowdown - including a simple trick that boosts your metabolism by 30% without exercise!3
A way that provides SUPER convenient support that can be used by ANYONE, ANY AGE, no matter how much weight you want to lose or how busy you are.
This way promotes your OVERALL HEALTH – so that you don’t just lose weight, you also feel more energetic, younger and healthier - like you’ve got the old “you” back!
This “Holistic” approach works for anyone, young or old, because it’s built on a foundation of scientifically proven health facts, and uses high-impact, proprietary oral sprays to build individual solutions that are customized for the unique needs of your body.
Just ask Gayle, 76 years old, who used just one of the oral sprays and lost 20 pounds!
You're about to discover a revolutionary new “holistic” approach to losing weight, turning back the clock and getting your old self back. A way to restore your health and work with your body rather than against it.
This remarkable new approach is so fundamental that it doesn't matter if...
And this revolutionary way to lose weight begins with a very simple first step:
What if it were possible to lose weight without extreme diets, and become healthier and more vibrant along way? If you could lose weight and become stronger, more energic, and healthier in the process, wouldn’t you jump at the chance?
Of course you would... which is why Marz Sprays, previously available only in a few medical weight loss clinics in Southern California . . . was featured on Shark Tank and is taking the country by storm.
You’re about to discover the foundations to successful weight loss. These cornerstones to overall health and wellness are essential to supporting a healthy, efficient metabolism - which is how your body burns fat and loses weight! The crazy thing is, most people never talk about them - even though many people struggle with these very issues.
At Marz Sprays, our goal is to equip you to be successful reaching your weight loss goals - and many more people would lose weight successfully by simply putting the foundations of successful weight loss into practice.
* Every person is different. Individual results will vary. Customize your Holistic Weight Loss program to maximize your results.
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