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Attention: For any human struggling to lose weight and keep it off…

Brain Glitch

Breakthrough research has identified why the human brain gets worn-down and STOPS us from making the healthy decisions we know we should be making…

Dear reader,

  • Do you find it hard to stick to your diet or exercise plan after a while?
  • Have you ever been committed to losing weight in the past but fallen short?

Probably. And if you’re like the rest of us, it’s vital that you see this following breakthrough-research. Why?

What if I told you that there is a strong chance that you are suffering from a condition that you have probably never even heard of?

I realize that’s a bold statement, but it turns out that losing weight and staying on track is actually simple. But only after your address the real problem.

And guess what…

7 Weight Loss Industry LIES:

  1. Fat burning pills work
  2. Fruit has too much sugar
  3. Carbs make you fat
  4. Fats make you fat
  5. Eat 6 meals per day
  6. Don’t eat after 7pm

At this very moment there is a force at work in your mind that is working against your body.

Let me ask you this:

Have you ever started your day off great only to watch it all unravel at the end? Maybe you had a healthy shake for breakfast and a salad for lunch but by the end of the day you completely derailed?

As it turns out, that’s very common. In fact, scientists have found that the later it is in the day, the worse it gets.[study 1]

It’s a phenomenon called “Decision Fatigue[study 2] and it’s preventing you from making healthy decisions (even though you want to).

Researchers believe that the average person makes more than 30,000 decisions each day and in a study [study 3] conducted at Cornell, they found that people make an average of 226.7 decisions per day about food. That’s right…

Researchers at Cornell found that the average person makes

About Food – Every Single Day[study 4]

That’s an exhausting amount of decisions. But why does that matter to us?

When you exhaust your limited reserve of willpower by making decision, after decision, after decision, it’s not long before you burn out.

  • Decide to eat a healthy shake for breakfast = less will power

  • Decide to skip the 400 calorie “coffee” drink on your way to work = less will power

  • Decide what to snack on at work = less will power

  • Decide what to eat for lunch = less will power

  • Decide to go to the gym after work = less will power

  • Decide to pickup a “healthy” dinner on way home = less will power

  • Decide to have an apple as a snack = less will power

  • Decide to go to bed on time = less will power

As you see, the real reason you’ve been unable to lose weight and keep it off is not your fault… well, actually it is kinda’ your fault – it’s you’re brain’s fault.

When you go on a diet – even after just one day of making “healthy” decisions, you’re pushing yourself closer to mental fatigue. Push yourself for a week, two weeks or even a month and you’re all but guaranteed to fail.

Hello yo-yo dieting. Hello uncontrollable cravings…

Hello decision fatigue.

In fact, decision fatigue is why many of the people that we consider geniuses (from Albert Einstein to Steve Jobs to Bill Gates) all wear a uniform.

When asked why they wear the same outfits everyday, both Barack Obama (former USA President) and Mark Zuckerberg (CEO of Facebook) brought up the importance of conserving mental energy by reducing the amount of decisions they have to make on a daily basis.

Barack Obama

“I’m trying to pare down decisions. I don’t want to make decisions about what I’m eating or wearing. Because I have too many other decisions to make.”

– Barack Obama

Mark Zuckerberg

“I really want to clear my life to make it so that I have to make as few decisions as possible about anything except how to best serve this [facebook] community.”

– Mark Zuckerberg

And while I’m certainly no genius, I can attest to the powerless feeling of reaching the limit mentally and suffering from decision fatigue.

Hi, I’m Kevin McMillian, and..

I’m going to tell you why getting a six pack was a complete waste of my time.

Now, don’t get me wrong – it all started out great…

I dropped weight quickly. I started looking noticeably better. Even my clothes were getting looser by the day.

I figured this whole fitness thing was going to be pretty easy. All I had to do was follow the workout and eat according to the plan and I would be set.

And it actually worked.

I found a great workout program and followed it the letter. I added in the most effective dieting strategies that I knew of at the time.

After a couple of months I was RIPPED. I had six pack, square pecs, and a V-shaped torso.

My Previous Plan

  • Eat low carb
  • Workout 6 days/week
  • Do lots of cardio
  • Track everying

The problem? My plan was completely unsustainable.

To get in shape, I had to exhaust ALL of my willpower and go all-out.

Evey time I ran into the store to pick out some “diet” food I ended up a little more drained…

No beer. No chips. No bread.

Yes spinach. Yes eggs. Yes bacon (not complaining about this one).

There were a never-ending amount of decisions I had to make, and each of those decisions had to conform to my strict diet and workout schedule.

After two months of telling myself “no” or “yes” and making sure that I made all of the right choices – I was drained.

I felt like I had nothing left.

So I did what everybody does after their diet is over.

I had a couple of drinks and some pizza to celebrate. No big deal… until my one night celebration turned into a week-long “break” and the week-long break turned into what seemed like a never-ending downward spiral.

Almost as quickly as I had lost the weight – I gained it all back.

I was exhausted – my brain was tired and I just needed a break.

After a few months I did try to get back into my routine but I just couldn’t do it. A few of the attempts worked for a while, but after each try I fizzled out sooner.

The more times I tried – the worse I did.

  • Attempt #2 – burned out after 1 month
  • Attempt #3 – burned out after 2 weeks
  • Attempt #4 – quit after first “pizza weekend”

I couldn’t figure out at the time why I wasn’t able to do what I had done in the past. But there was one thing I did know – my willpower had finally emptied out.

I eventually came to terms with the fact that I just couldn’t maintain this level of conditioning. And to be honest…

I Just Gave Up

Trying to Lose Weight

I wanted to live a “normal” persons life AND be in great shape.

I knew I wasn’t going to be able to eat and workout like all of those Instagram gurus, and to be honest, I had no desire to.

So instead, I just let go and relaxed a bit.

I threw out all of the obsessive practices and micro-managing strategies I used to follow.

This time, I was focused on getting in a couple of workouts every week, eating a wide range of macro-nutrients and staying consistent.

But to be honest, I kinda’ lucked out stumbling upon a few strategies that made all of this truly effortless.

What I found went against everything I THOUGHT was needed…

  • You don’t need to go on another low carb diet.
  • You don’t need to workout  every single day.
  • You don’t need to do hours of cardio.

In fact, all you have to do is follow a proven system and STAY CONSISTENT.

And that’s exactly what I was able to do.

I focused purely on what delivered results the quickest… and threw out everything else.

After just 4 weeks I was seeing dramatic results.

  • My energy levels were higher (both mentally and physically)
  • My body fat percentage was dropping
  • My 6 pack was coming back
  • My confidence was up and I finally felt content with my body again

After that, I optimized each element and created a flowchart that made it all automatic – I call it an algorithm for fat loss.

What exactly is an algorithm?


“a process or set of rules for solving a problem in a finite number of steps…”

And no, the banana is not upside-down.

That is actually the correct way to peel a banana 🙂

So, long story short – I found a simple process (algorithm) to follow that makes losing weight easy and I’ve created a clickable flowchart to walk you through it.

It takes the most important “laws” of weight loss and incorporates them into your day-to-day life so that you follow them without even thinking about it.

  • No more decision fatigue
  • No more yo-yo/rebound weight gain

It’s all laid out so that you can lose weight while eating whatever foods you want… and it will feel natural because it’s not a typical, restrictive diet plan.

In fact, the Algorithm Diet works because it’s not a typical diet.

It’s NOT:

  • a ketogenic diet. …
  • a vegetarian diet. …
  • a vegan diet. …
  • a raw food diet…
  • a carb-cycling diet…
  • a juicing diet…
  • or any other traditional diet…

…because traditional diets don’t work.[study 5]

Instead of following some hardcore diet with restrictive rules, I recommend focusing on the only 3 fundamental “laws” of weight loss – and forgetting what doesn’t really matter.

The Only 3 Fundamental


Of Fat Loss

In order to lose weight there are only 3 “laws” that must be followed:

  • LAW #1 – Consume less energy (calories) than you burn.
  • LAW #2 – Don’t screw up your hormones following an extreme diet.
  • LAW #3 – Stay consistent to see long term results.

… nothing new here, I know.

The real struggle isn’t in knowing what you must do – it’s in actually doing it without getting burned out.

If you were to ask me what the most important thing you can do to lose weight is – my answer would simply be: “Stay Consistent in doing what works.”

And you know what makes staying consistent easy? It’s getting fast results without killing yourself.

Let me ask you this…

If you followed a system that combined strategic workouts with eating the right foods (in the right amounts) easy and natural for you, would you lose weight?

Of course you would.

When eating right comes automatically you don’t have to worry about being able to stick to your diet. You just do it without even thinking about it and without realizing that you’re even on a “diet.”

The Algorithm Diet is the most simple, natural, mind-free, and willpower-free way to lose weight in existence.

But don’t let that word “simple” make you think this program isn’t potent. It is.

I know how to get ripped and I’ll show you how… plus I’ll show you how to STAY ripped.

Kevin McMillian Progress

And in order to make that happen we’re going to fix your body as well as your mind.

We’ll take the scientifically-proven steps to losing weight and turn them into a process you follow automatically.

You will be as lean and as fit as you want. It’s literally up to you how far you take it.

Here’s how we’ll make that happen: