Starve Mode: Review Exposes Truth Behind Diet by Leigh Peele

Starve Mode reviews have been flooding the internet but is the diet actually effective and does it help prevent fat loss plateaus?

Online PR News – 26-August-2013 – Medford, OR – Leigh Peele releases the new eBook "Starve Mode," featured and available in Peele's new website. "Starve Mode" is Leigh Peele's second book about fat loss after "Fat Loss Troubleshoot". Peele considers "Starve Mode" as one of her greatest accomplishments and notes that she wrote the book to help stop all the confusion about weight loss, starvation diets, and our bodies' metabolic behavior. She hopes to bring in more educated information to people who have become victims of false infomercials over-hyping the latest fad diets from so-called weight loss 'gurus'.

"Starve Mode, Explaining & Resetting Metabolic Problems That Can Come from Dieting" can be best described by its catchphrase 'No Secret Foods. No Gimmicks. Just Science and Logic.' It contains well-researched factual information from a trainer herself who genuinely wants to help people decode all the myths about dieting and metabolism, and inform people with the right information about going into "starvation mode" – topics most commonly misunderstood these days, leading people to various eating disorders, serious physical damage, and not to mention, grave psychological distress.

Click here for more information about Leigh and her eBook, Starve Mode.

The book includes a foreword by nationally published writer, Tom Venuto, author of Burn the Fat, and chapters on eating disorders, weight gain issues, how to reset one's metabolic rate, re-feeding, as well as keeping the right mindset for achievement. This book also answers some of the most important question in weight loss like 'What can I ask my doctor or dietitian in order to get the best help,' 'How I can I detect bad research,' and 'How do I maintain fast metabolism at any age.' It also discusses in depth the role hormones, age, macronutrients, and water, play or how they affect one's metabolism; plus not-so known facts about carbohydrates, "plateauing," the use of supplements or drugs in dieting or weight loss, and more.

Does this sound familiar? No matter how much one exercises, he still can't lose weight. No matter how little one eats, (and no matter what he eats), he still can't lose weight.

The body must have gone on autopilot into 'starvation mode'. Starvation mode means your body has stopped burning fat and instead, has started storing fat. It's a complete effect reversal as the body naturally adjusts to the aggressive dieting and fitness activities. If the body reaches a point wherein it finds its nutrient storage or input lacking in optimum efficiency, it will automatically adapt. It will adjust accordingly to the parameters it's being given.

Simply, if one is constantly depriving himself of food, the body will start storing fats in order to cope with the daily energy needs. At the same time, if one isn't losing any more fat no matter how intense the exercise, then it means the body has reached its limit and that it's time for a break – to allow the body to reset to its normal optimized metabolic state.

In other words, as one provides the body less energy from food, then it will also mean the body has a less need to expend energy in burning the food/calories. Generally, lesser food intake means lesser energy transport throughout the body. The body shifts to a lower metabolism rate.

Additionally, the condition of the current fat loss changes the overall caloric expenditure, or another way to put it: the body wouldn't need so much to work hard to metabolize if there's virtually no more fats or food to burn. The metabolism goes into a 'halt' mode. It doesn't matter how hard one continues to workout or how strict the dieting; one starts gaining fat again so the body has something to burn again. On top of this, fatigue sets in as well as depression, apathy, low sex drive, and a decrease in self-esteem or motivation.

So basically, that is what Starvation Mode or "Starve Mode" means. The good news is eating again reverses these effects of "caloric restriction adaptation." One can start "re-feeding" himself strategically to regain the state of optimized caloric burn.

Learn more about Starve Mode here.

Which is so much better: attaining subpar caloric burn with fears of gaining back the weight lost (at times even MORE than the weight lost) or, permanent optimized caloric burn with the right education on metabolism and proper weight loss?

Regular maintenance and changes and in your dietary habits and training behavior essentially influence your daily caloric burn. It's good to know that you can eat more and not gain a single amount of body fat just by understanding the simple metabolic behaviors that your body undergoes.

One can learn more about Starve Mode at or purchase the book and access it right away by clicking here.

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