Frequently Asked Questions
About New Life Body Sculpting's Weight & Fat Loss Protocol
What is the New Life Body Sculpting Weight Loss Protocol and How does it Work?
The New Life Body Sculpting Weight Loss Protocol is a doctor supervised program designed to help you lose weight, look better, and feel healthier. New Life works using a technique that let’s your body burn off your excess fat. This is done through a combination of an all natural supplement, and an easy to follow menu of foods you already enjoy eating and the Zerona Laser to help remove fat cells from the body. New Life Body Sculpting will help you lose even more inches. New Life is NOT is not a diet or bariatric surgery.
Does the New Life Body Sculpting Weight Loss Protocol work for Men?
Yes, the New Life program is effective and safe for men, who often experience faster and more significant results. New Life is also effective for people of all ages.
Can’t I lose Weight by Just Eating a Low Calorie Diet?
Most people will lose weight by going on a low calorie diet, but the body will quickly go into “starvation mode.” When you cut your calorie intake, your body protects itself by slowing down your metabolism, burning muscle for energy, and storing any fat you consume. Not only is this not healthy, it’s the exact opposite of what you are trying to do, and accounts for that rebound in weight you often see after you stop dieting. The doctor supervised New Life program combines a supplement and menu designed to increase your fat burning metabolism safely.
Will I be Hungry all the Time?
Those who have successfully lost weight with the New Life Program, report they were a little hungry during the first few days. By the end of the first week, however, they report they find their servings to be quite satisfying. The New Life supplement contains ingredients to aid in blood sugar stabilization, as well as natural hunger suppressors. In addition, drinking 80-120 ounces of water every day also aids hunger suppression. If you are following the program properly, you should not feel hungry or tired while you are on the program.
How Much Weight can I Lose on the Program?
Everybody is different, do results vary. Many do lose 20 to 40 pounds over the 42 day program. Your success is tied to how closely you adhere to the New Life Program.
What about Exercise?
During the program, only light exercise, such as a 20 minute walk, is recommended. Once you’ve attained your target weight loss, then more vigorous exercise is strongly encouraged.
What if I skip a Meal or part of a Meal?
The New Life Program fine tunes your body’s metabolism to burn fat. The supplements we give you and the menus are important to keeping your body well tuned to succeed. You cannot skip meals, nor can you exchange portions from one meal to another. It’s very simple, follow the program, and you will lose the weight.
Does the Amount of Weight Loss slow down after the First Two Weeks?
Many times there is a large amount of weight loss in the first week, then a gradual slowing of weight loss. It doesn’t mean that your weight loss has stopped. Typically, inches are being lost continuously, and after a period of time, you will experience another large drop in weight. This is actually pretty common for most weight loss programs.
Do I have to stop after 42 days, or can I keep on Losing Weight and Inches?
Yes, but you will need to enter into the “cycling phase” for at least three weeks in order to make sure your body doesn’t adopt to the benefits of the supplement.
What about Alcohol Use During the Program?
We strongly recommend you consume no alcohol during the program. Most people on the program tell us they usually don’t feel the desire or need to drink alcohol during the program.
Will the New Life Supplement interfere with any Medications I am Currently Taking?
The ingredients and dosages contained within the supplement nutritional support formula have not been shown to interact with any medications, including birth control pills or Depo-Provera. As with any diet, if you have questions regarding your health, please refer them to your doctor.