How to go from “sugar burner” to “fat burner” in less than 1 week with strategic carb manipulation…


Free report uncovers how to burn more belly fat in 12 minutes than an entire hour of low intensity cardio:

Hey, everybody. Shaun Hadsall here with Get Lean in 12 and inside this short fat-loss video, I’m going to teach you how to go from being a sugar burner to being a fat burner in less than one week. And this is a strategy that I’ve used with my clients for over 20 years now. I’m a stubborn fat expert and I’ve been doing this a long time. I’ve helped over 100,000 people over the last five years alone and inside this video I just want to share how I transform my client’s metabolisms from being a sugar burner to being a fat burner in less than one week.

And we’re going to do this by manipulating carbohydrates and using something called a deplete day. Now most people make the mistake of depleting with the wrong foods, for the wrong durations, and at the wrong times. And inside this video, I’m going to show you how to do it the right way so that your body stops burning sugars and it starts burning fat.

So let’s talk about how to transform your metabolism from a sugar burner to being fat burning in less than one week. So here is a picture of your body. Now it looks kind of funny. I know that, but I’m going to explain it here. So in here is your organs, your tissues, and your hormones. And we’re going to particularly talk about manipulating insulin, leptin in your thyroid with a deplete day to maximize your hormones, so that you can burn more belly fat. In here, you have stored energy in the form of what we call glycogen. And this is stored energy inside your liver and inside your muscle tissue from the carbohydrates that you eat.

So an average person’s every day diet, when they consume a balanced meal and they start consuming carbohydrates, they start filling up their glycogen tank. So you start storing energy from the carbohydrates that you eat inside your energy tank. Well, over time, if you’re not consistently burning off more than you’re taking in, then your tank fills up. And what ends up happening is then every time you eat impact carbohydrates, these are non-fibrous carbohydrates. Now your body has nowhere to store them, so if you’re not walking down the road or exercising to burn it off, you’re going to suffer from what we call fat spillover. And these extra energy that you’re eating is going to spill over and be stored as body fat. This is what causes people to accumulate a big belly.

So what we’re going to do is we’re going to bring your energy tank all the way down to here in about four to six days and that will allow your metabolism to come over here and start grabbing and using body fat as fuel instead of burning sugars and carbohydrates. So what you want to do is we want to manipulate insulin first. So when insulin is elevated, your body can’t burn belly fat because insulin’s your body’s number one fat storage hormone. So when you eat too many carbohydrates or you eat sugars or starches on their own, you spike insulin levels, making it impossible for your body to access belly fat. So by lowering your carb grams, your impact carbs. So when you look at the label and you count carbohydrates, you’re take the amount of fiber. You’re going to subtract that from the total carb count. What’s leftover is your impact carbs. So for about five to six days in a row, you want to keep your impact carbs under 25 grams. And this can be very difficult, however, the first time my wife did this, she lost eight pounds of belly fat in one week. So it does work.


  1. You are like Eric Berg. He too wants people to do some off the wall shit with specific timing and shit like that. He thinks that as long as you eat 10 cups of vegetables daily everything will work out. LOL If I eat vegetables I get diarrhea and my blood sugar goes nuts. You have the right idea about having to deplete glycogen but that is best done by intermittent fasting and/or a LCHF diet. Insulin is the master hormone, control insulin and the weight will fall off.

  2. What about diet drinks? I have a habit of drinking a monster ultra zero each morning (hate coffee)…its obviously loaded with artifical sweeteners despite the no sugar claim. the lable only claims two net carbs, but that soundes to good to be true. Can i continue my habit and still have success?

  3. This is keto diet to the extreme. Most avg. people do well with 150 net carbs daily to lose body fat. That’s 2 lbs/ week. The info on insulin resistance is spot on. Carb cycling is the key to lose fat safely. Just to give folks an idea of carb range. A medium banana is around 80 carbs. 25 carb limit daily is a difficult target for a beginner. Good luck and thanks for this video.

  4. Hi thanks for the great information! I was wondering about protein? Should you limit that while you are limiting carbs? Doesn't that get turned into sugar?

  5. Enjoyed the video. I have been doing Keto for 4 days. Lost 7 lbs. May be water loss, etc. But I'm headed in the right direction and that's what matters. I'm drinking water and take in small amounts of Gatorade after a workout (just joined gym and that is planned by a trainer) or working in the yard. Anyway, it's about moving in the right direction that matters.

  6. Im at 235lbs right now… and I would like to achieve some weight loss. 195lbs is my goal. I am 6',2" and im in the 35- 40 age bracket. Can this work for me?

  7. Don't lie to people!! I like your explanation of filling the "tank" and spill over but after you said your wife lost 8lbs of BELLY FAT I had to say something. What you call impact carbs other wise also known as net carbs being 25grams is not some metabolic magic trick!! It's keto diet and you well know that you can't physically lose 8lbs of pure fat that fast. Most of the initial weight loss is glycogen and water!! Please don't feed people bullshit just because they don't know otherwise and you want to sell your program.


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