The 6 Week Body Makeover is Sniffed Out at by the Health Hound

Share Article finally gets around to looking at the claims made in the 6 Week Body Makeover and decides how realistic they are. The Health Hound takes issue with two areas in particular.

The first area that Health Hound took issue with was the ideas that you can eat for your 'food type' to lose weight.

Henry “The Health Hound,” the “in house” watchdog voice of, has been looking at the pros and cons of following the 6 Week Body Makeover by Michael Thurmond this week. Michael Thurmond’s program has gained some notoriety in recent times, both online and offline, as people are always looking for quick ways to lose weight so the people behind wanted to step in to see if the claims that Michael has made are worth howling about.

The people behind have been around for some time now, examining a number of exercise and dieting regimes over the years, so it was only a matter of time before Michael Thurmond’s 6 Week Body Makeover came up on their radar. According to one of the directors at “we have been aware of the 6 Week Body Makeover for some time now and we were keen to take a closer look but we have literally been inundated with requests from our readers to look at other programs in the market. We have thankfully finally got around to it though.”

After Health Hound looked into the program in greater detail he found that he had two major problems with the diet and exercise regime. The first area that Health Hound took issue with was the ideas that you can eat for your “food type” to lose weight. Health Hound believes that the evidence for this is less than solid.

The second part of the 6 Week Body Makeover that the Health Hound believes smells fishy is the idea that you can work out for 15-18 minutes only twice a week and lose the kind of weight that the product owners are talking about.

For those people looking to save themselves the time of money of following a method that might not deliver the kind of results that they are looking for, Health Hound does have a viable alternative in the form a free downloadable report on weight loss that people can access at

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Keith Baxter