Should I still keep track of how many calories I’m eating?

Counting calories is not the most effective way to moderate your eating and Lose weight. Why? Because it’s not how many calories you are eating that counts; it’s the type of calories. Monitoring your consumption of processed foods and upgrading them to natural foods is the key to weight loss.


Do I have to give up the foods I love?

No way! This plan is not a diet. You’re going to eat all the foods you enjoy, including soda, chips, and ice cream. I just give you smarter options for enjoying all of these treats, plus other great natural meals.


What kinds of foods do I eat?

While losing weight on the Wake Up Thin program, you will enjoy eating a properly balanced diet consisting mostly on natural foods. You’ll learn everything you need to know about smart shopping, smart cooking, and smart habits for eating out.


Can I eat out at restaurants while on a weight loss program?

Preparing your own food is the best option, but we understand that sometimes you want to go out. Our weight loss program offers a Guide to Dining Out that helps you make the most appropriate menu choices.


Do I have to exercise to lose weight?

You will lose weight on the Wake Up Thin program with or without exercising. Even though exercise is not required to lose weight, increasing your activity level is strongly encouraged as part of a healthy lifestyle. Most clients see an immediate increase in energy when they begin to lose weight and are encouraged to begin adding smart new workouts to their daily regime based on their individual situation.


Will this plan work for my whole family?

Yes. The Wake Up Thin program is a healthy lifestyle for everyone in your family. Monitoring hidden chemicals is important to overall health for children, teens, adults and seniors regardless of gender or body weight.


Can I be a vegan or vegetarian on this program?

Yes. Anyone can do this program. While you can still eat animal products in this program, there are also vegan and vegetarian options that I’m sure you’ll enjoy.


I love the idea of the online program, but I’m really busy.What kind of time investment does it require?

I’ve tried a LOT of weight loss programs, so we can boldly say The Wake Up Thin program is the most enjoyable and least time-consuming method you’ll ever find.

Just tune in to the sessions twice a week, spend a few minutes every day on your worksheets, and add some nutrients to your diet. You do of course need to stay committed, and you do need to put Eyal’s advice to practice, but it’s a whole lot quicker and easier than spending hours slogging away in the kitchen, or doing hundreds of reps in the gym.

And because the results are permanent, you’ll only need to do it once. When the 8 weeks are up, your body will start melting off fat on autopilot, and ‘slim’ will become your default state.


Is it safe? Am ?I taking any health risks by doing this?

The program is as safe as breathing. You’re not starving yourself, you’re not restricting yourself to any one type of food, you’re not exhausting yourself at the gym, and you’re not swallowing any dangerous pills.

Instead, you’ll experience a 100% natural and safe mind-body approach, through proper nutrition and minor tweaks to your lifestyle. The only side effect is you’ll start looking and feeling better and better in the coming weeks and months :-)


How fast can I lose my weight?

Your age, sex, medical condition, activity level and degree of obesity will determine the rate at which you lose your weight. Internal studies have shown that healthy clients who follow the nutritional program, lose an average of 3-6 pounds per week. Best of all, we are so confident you can lose your weight that we guarantee it by giving you a 30 day cash-back guarantee.


*RESULTS & HEALTH DISCLAIMER: Please understand that the results of Eyal Maron and his students are not typical, and your results, if any, will vary and there is always the possibility you will not get the results you are looking for. The wake up thin program is not intended to treat, cure, or prevent any disease or illness. This information is intended for educational purposes only, not as medical advice. Always check with your doctor before changing your diet, eating, or health program.



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