THE THEORY: A FORMULA THAT WORKS

Mark

There are no bad calories

Put a variety of foods, meats, proteins, breads, fruits and vegetables into the mug and eat what fits. We burn calories just by living, breathing, doing dat-to-day activities. Lose weight at about 1 pound a week and keep it off. Forever.


THE STORY BEHIND THE MUG

MugDiet was founded by a busy married couple, Mark and Victoria Russell. He's is an aerospace engineer and inventor, and she's a registered nurse. Victoria became known as the Marathon Mom when she qualified for the Olympic time trials in her 40s.

Mark was overweight for over 15 years and with a busy work and family life, he could never seem to exercise the pounds off. Plus, Victoria needed a way to maintain her weight during her off-session.

So, they developed MugDiet, a super simple portion-control lifestyle diet.

Every Day:

They eat 3 mugs a day of the foods they love, at least 3 mugs of leafy greens, and more than 3 mugs of caloric drinks



They take photos and keep a journal of the foods they're eating.

That's it. No gimmicks, no new exercises

THE FIRST YEAR: MAKING STEADY PROGRESS

In Mark's first year of using this system, he lost over 30 pounds, at about 1 pound per week. He's kept those pounds off while eating a balanced diet of his favorite foods. And he didn't increase my exercise level. The MugDiet provides a very simple shield against overeating. If it doesn't fit in the mug, it doesn't go into your mouth.

After their life-changing success with MugDiet, Victoria is determined to bring their solution to the masses.

Thank you for your interest in joining MugDiet and taking part in a dietary revolution!

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* Disclaimer: The Mug Diet is not a medical organization. Do not consider any information displayed through this presentation as medical advice or diagnosis. Also, please note that results from using our program are not typical and may vary between different members due to differences in individual exercise history, genetics, age, sex, personal motivation and other factors. You should always consult your physician or qualified health care practitioner before embarking on a new treatment, diet, or fitness program.

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