How I Lost 20 Pounds in 47 Days With ONE Simple Hack!

Embarking on a weight loss journey can feel overwhelming, but with the right approach, it’s completely achievable. Here’s how I personally managed to shed 20 pounds in just 47 days with one simple hack – Lean Bliss (Fat Burner) – combined with a disciplined diet, exercise, and intermittent fasting.

The results are explosive and can work for absolutely everybody! (Even if you are menopausal)

By Tanya Chapman

Unlock Your Best Self:  Shed 20 Pounds in Just
47 Days with This Proven Cheat Sheet!

STEP 1 - The ONE Simple Hack

Lean Bliss,  a powerful and caffeine-free fat burner, became my secret weapon.  Lean Bliss is considered to be a healthy alternative to Ozempic. It's one of the few fat burners that focuses on blood / sugar and insulin sensitivity.  It also does not have caffeine which is why I love it. (I'm not a big coffee drinker and get the jitters when I do get caffeine).  

Be cautious of counterfeit products. I mistakenly bought a fake bottle on Amazon. To ensure you get the genuine product, click the link provided in the review. While sites like Amazon offers a similar package with 60 capsules, they need to be swallowed and the ingredients are completely different. Obvious fakes. 

  • Take Lean Bliss daily as Directed.  You should get 3 months supply.  I've tried several fat burners and  this is by far was the most effective. No jitters or other unwanted side effects.  
  • Take in combination with a Calorie Deficit Diet.
  • Drink 3 liters of water a day. 
  • Exercise every day without exception for at least 30 minutes. 
  • The great thing about Lean Bliss, is that they offer a risk free, 180-day Money Back Guarantee.  
Perfect Grilled Chicken Breast
Chocolate Coconut Shake - Protein Drink

STEP 2 - My Simple Diet Plan!!

**Calorie Deficit Diet**

Limit your daily caloric intake to 1500 calories. If you exercise and burn an additional 400 calories, your total allowable intake increases to 1900 calories. However, aim to finish each day with 300-400 calories remaining. (If you exercised, if not try for 200-300)

I enjoy eating what I love, so restrictive diets like Keto just don’t work for me. Instead, I follow a simple calorie deficit diet. By keeping my daily intake to no more than 1,500 calories and using MyFitnessPal to track everything—from food and exercise to water—I can eat a variety of foods.

The key is to avoid high-carb foods to maintain macronutrient balance. Each day, I aim for a calorie deficit of 200-300 calories, which MyFitnessPal tracks for me. This app also projects your future weight based on your daily habits.

Avoid eating snacks like potato chips and poporn.  Stay away from pop and alcohol. Find healthy snacks that contribute to your macronutrient balance.  

One more note about alcohol, if you drink any alcohol, it immediately hinders your body's ability to burn fat.  It's tough to do, but give it up just for the 47 days and see how much better your results are. 

  • **Macronutrient Split** Stick to a low-carb diet with your macronutrients divided as follows: - Protein: 46% - Fat: 35% - Net Carbs: 19%
  • Include a daily protein shake to meet your protein needs and keep you full.
  • **Secret Trick** Mix 230 grams of high-protein plain yogurt with a scoop of protein powder and a little instant coffee for a delicious, protein-packed snack.
  • Use a kitchen scale to ensure accuracy with all of the food you are consuming.
  • You can follow one of many low carb diet meal plans on the web. You can also use meal delivery services.  Even though I don't do Keto specifically, it's a great option.  Mediterranean is also great.  Anything low carb!!! 

STEP 3 - Intermittent Fasting (18:6 or 16:8 strategy)

Fast for 18 hours a day and eat within a 6-hour window.  For example, skip breakfast and eat between 12pm and 6pm, then fast until 12pm again the next day. (18:6)

TRY a Weekly 40-Hour Fast:  For example, eat a big meal on Sunday evening and fast until Monday lunch time.  (I actually did a weekly 48 hour and it really sky rocketed my results.  

Intermittent fasting has gained popularity as an effective strategy for weight loss due to its ability to regulate eating patterns and reduce overall caloric intake. By alternating periods of eating and fasting, the body is encouraged to use stored fat as an energy source, leading to gradual fat loss. Intermittent fasting can also improve metabolic health by lowering insulin levels, enhancing hormone function, and promoting efficient fat burning.

Additionally, this eating pattern simplifies meal planning and reduces the need for constant calorie counting, making it easier for individuals to adhere to their weight loss goals.

  • **Scientific Benefits:** - Enhances fat burning by depleting glycogen stores.
  • Increases Human Growth Hormone (HGH) levels, aiding muscle gain and fat loss.
  • Improves cellular repair processes and insulin sensitivity.
  • I recommend getting a Smart Scale that can measure your weight, your BMI, body fat % etc.  There are many on Amazon that do the job.   You need to get in the habit of tracking everything. 
  • If you are struggling with the 18:6 pattern.  Start off with the 16:8 and work your way up to the 18:6.  The 18:6 has proven to be the most effective strategy.  

STEP 4 - Daily Exercise (Cardio + light weights)

Exercise every day, preferably in the morning. Aim to burn between 300-500 calories daily.  If you don't have access to a gym facility or cardio equipment, do 10,000 steps a day which is trackable with most smart watches.  You can also get an affordable step counter device.

You won't achieve your goal of 20 pounds in 47 days if you don't exercise.  Exercise by far is the most important aspect for any diet.  I suggest at least 30 minutes a day but ideally 1 hour.

 I worked out at 6am every morning doing 30 minutes of cardio on a cycle machine, eliptical or treadmill.  I would then do 20-30 mins of light weight training. 

  • Incorporate weight-lifting exercises to build muscle and enhance metabolism. Find a workout plan online or customize routines using MyFitnessPal.  A personal trainer is a great option if you can afford it. However, just doing cardio for 30 mins is fine and light weights is good enough.
  • Track your progress with My Fitness pal and make sure you log everything. 
  • Drink 3 liters of water a day.  Water is an essential part of the plan. 
  • You can try taking BCAA's, Creatine or other pre-workout supplement to enhance your workouts and give you more energy. Check with your physician before taking anything new. 


By adhering to this structured routine and incorporating Lean Bliss, I achieved remarkable weight loss and health transformation. The key is consistency and meticulous tracking of your diet, exercise, and hydration. Whether you are looking to shed a few pounds or make a significant change, following these steps can help you reach your goals. Commit to this plan, monitor your progress, and watch the pounds melt away. Happy transforming!