German Nutritionist is Giving Away Copies of His Bestselling Weight Loss Book for Free!
The Weight Loss Industry Wants to Stop Him.

June 30, 2020 | News

Famous german nutritionist and author Jasper Caven is currently causing a sensation in the weight loss industry.

The reason for this recent increase in buzz is that he recently launched a surprising campaign: He’s giving away his bestselling book on weight loss, “Starvation Mode – Escaping the Weight Loss Trap”. 

Of course, the weight loss industry is not exactly happy about this new development. The weight loss industry, which is worth billions, would no doubt like to have the actions of this studied nutritionist banned.

In this article, you’ll learn why he is giving his book away and how you can get a free copy.

In 2014, Jasper Caven finished his studies as a nutritionist. But he wanted to do more than just getting a job as a nutrition coach. He wanted to finally start doing something that could help people lose weight on a large scale.

At that time, however, he didn’t know that the weight loss industry was deliberately spreading myths and false statements about losing weight.

The more customers Jasper talked to, the more he realised that this could not be a coincidence.

Every week, weight-loss magazines and “health” TV shows try to sell their readers and viewers a brand-new “fashion diet” to try to manipulate people into buying their new line of juicing appliances or artificial diet pills.

They always have a laundry list of rules: You should eat less and less (preferably only half as much), cut out carbohydrates completely, stop eating after 6 p.m. and finally, graduate to  only juice fasting.

Of course, this is anything but helpful.

But, somehow, it seems to be working for them! Most people fall for these myths and half-truths, hoping that they can buy their way to weight loss if they just find the right product!

In his book, Jasper Caven explains that while it’s definitely possible to lose a couple of kilos with methods like these, keeping your desired weight permanently is impossible. Because if you ever stop doing the diet, your body just bounces right back to the weight you were before you began!

It is precisely THESE “fashion diets” that keep your metabolism on the back burner and keep you hungry and tired all the time!

This is because, by making such drastic changes to your diet, they throw your body into what’s called “starvation mode” or “hunger metabolism”. 

The hunger metabolism is a natural defense mechanism deeply rooted in the body, which is designed to ensure survival in situations where food isn’t available for long periods of time.

This mechanism dates back to prehistoric times, and gave us a defense against famine or bad luck after hunting, ensuring that we used our body fat more sparingly than energy suppliers during longer periods of hunger. 

Good for survival. Bad for losing weight.

Your body has many mechanisms to resist losing weight:

  • Unconscious reduction of physical activity 2,3,4
  • Reduction of muscle mass 5,6,7
  • Reduction of brain power
  • Reduction of thermogenesis 8,9,10
  • Reduction of the number of mitochondria
  • Regulation of hormone balance (less thermogenesis, more efficient handling of nutrients)11

For this reason, Jasper Caven has been receiving more and more customer requests (mainly from women) for his nutritional advice. These customers all share the same story: their metabolism is COMPLETELY in the basement and they have hit a wall – no matter what they do, they cannot lose weight.

This is precisely why Jasper published his book “Starvation Mode – Escaping the Weight Loss Trap” in mid-2018.

The book hit like a bomb and freed thousands of women and men from being stuck in this weight loss trap of hunger metabolism.

Originally, Jasper was selling his book, and even though he was selling a lot of copies, he got a wild idea. What if he could do even more to help people escape the weight loss trap?

So he decided to start giving his book away for free! Already, far over 500,000 people have secured the book for free (after a small shipping and logistics fee).

At this time, Jasper Caven cannot say how long he will be able to run this promotion, and therefore recommends that all interested parties should secure their free copy as soon as possible.

To learn more about this campaign and to secure a copy, just click on this button.

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About Jasper Caven

Jasper Caven is a certified lecturer in sports nutrition and one of the most well-known nutritionists in Germany.

Through his coaching sessions, he has already helped hundreds of people who want to lose weight to find a new, slimmer and above all happier version of themselves.

His books have already been sold and given away thousands of times and he has had TV appearances in Spiegel TV and n-tv. Through Youtube, he has helped tens of thousands of people to create a healthy and attractive body.


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