Exercise will make you fitter yes. But you will never achieved the results you really want if you don't follow a good nutrition plan. Plan being the key word. You have to plan what, when, which amount of food you need for the week, to make sure you don't go missing and go for the close take away (mine is takeaway.com. They have an app. An APP!!!). Planning is in the essence if you want to eat sensibly and keep a nice physique. I know. I am a Personal and Group Fitness Trainer. So I was planning. Until 2 years ago when I started Uni (at 40yo!!!) because I want to become a sport rehab. And cue days (and nights!) sitting in front of my laptop or at the Uni library googleing and loosing a bit of my life each time I think that I will never make the deadline for this and that assignment. Well, goodbye planning hello size 16! Believe me, it does not look good in front of your class participants. The lowest point came when one of them ask me in the changing room "Oh Jackee! Don't you have something to tell us?" "Heu.. What are you talking ab.." here she move my towel aside to show off my stomach "You're EXPECTING aren't you!!!". Well I wasn't. But I sooo wish I was then. If some of you having difficulty controling their nutrition because lack of planning, time, will power I have found a solution. I have lost about 13lbs in 20 days with this concept so I have decided to used it with my clients. Couple with exercise it is an AMAZING product. My personal goal is to lose 22lbs. I still have much to go. We're only human: We climb, we fly, we fall, and we do it all over again. But we always thriving for better. So if you struggling like me comment please.