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Mark MacDonald’s Body Confidence Helps You Burn Fat Around the Clock

by Descygna Webb

Mark MacDonald is the creator and CEO of Venice Nutrition, an online program for fitness and weight loss. MacDonald has helped people improve their lives through nutrition and exercise for years, and his new book, Body Confidence, showcases the same elements of his extremely successful Venice Nutrition program. This book offers access to the three step system that unlocks your body’s potential

The program within Body Confidence is all about keeping blood sugar levels steady throughout the day. This program is also one that you can continue for the rest of your life to maintain a healthy weight and lifestyle. Some of the healthy habits that can be learned include eating every three to four hours, proper nutrient ratios at meals and consuming the proper number of calories at each meal. You will learn what your current metabolism level is and how to reprogram it to burn fat around the clock.

MacDonald has used this program to help so many people reach their weight loss goals. The foreword of the book is written by famous comedienne Chelsea Handler who has used this program to reach her own weight loss goals. MacDonald is also Handler’s personal nutritionist and she has been helping him promote the book, as well.

There are delicious recipes included, along with tips on how you can continue to drink alcohol and work the program into your busy schedule while still getting results. Anyone that is struggling to lose weight or wants to make some healthy changes can benefit from the advice given in Body Confidence.

Read our full review of Body Confidence here.


April 6th, 2011

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john gallagher

i would like to learn more about dieting

posted Jun 3rd, 2013 5:51 pm


In Mark Macdonald's Body Confidence, how does one determine which goal type they are? We have the's very good...This is about Mark Macdonald's Body Confidence plan, we are excited about this plan,but need to be clear on which goal type is right? I'm 5'7,56 yrs old..160 pds,would like to lose 10-15 pds,moderately active...thanks!!

posted Jun 15th, 2011 10:36 am

evelyn hessell

it sound like it will be good to check out

posted Apr 8th, 2011 2:53 pm


Keeping blood sugar levels is key to always feeling good instead of wild spikes. Mark seems like one of the real deal guys

posted Apr 6th, 2011 4:42 pm


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