The Cruise Control Diet Book is a digital product that can hep you lose weight and change your body composition. The creator of this program is James Ward and his goal is to help you achieve your weight loss goals, without feeling hungry and without depriving your body of essential nutrients.
Cruise Control Diet is based on 4 general rules.
1. Eat natural foods.
2. Stay away from overly processed foods.
3. Allow yourself a few “guilty pleasures” occasionally.
4. Don’t count calories, but allow your body to naturally reset its hunger instinct, which will show you when and how much to eat.
The last rule may seem counterintuitive. Everyone knows that in order to lose weight you need a calorie deficit. According to James Ward, when it comes to weight loss, there are two opposite camps: the first one believes that “a calorie is a calorie” and as long as you create a deficit you will lose weight regardless of the foods you eat and the other one believes that the quality of your calories is at least equally important as the quantity. James thinks that they’re both right to a degree. Even though, it is true that if you eat less calories than you burn you will lose weight even if you eat only junk food, following the right diet will help you fight hunger and cravings and make the whole process much easier.
But, what is the right diet? The Cruise Control Diet Book teaches you that dietary fat is not to be feared. Even the consumption of saturated fats is allowed in the program. However, in order to really fight hunger and food cravings you are going to restrict your carbohydrate intake. You can follow a low calorie and high carb-diet and still lose weight, but eventually you will succumb to the hunger pangs that are created by the fluctuations of blood sugar. The only way to prevent that from happening is to relay on your willpower. Unfortunately, according to research willpower is an exhaustible resource. You can’t fight with yourself all the time.
Following a program, like the Cruise Control Diet, will help you regulate your appetite, without having to starve yourself.