About Biblical Belly Breakthrough

By HighYa Research Team
Published on: Jan 15, 2017

Biblical Belly Breakthrough (also commonly known as The Shepherd’s Diet System) is a Biblically-inspired 7-step system that promises to completely transform anyone’s body by quickly and easily burning fat and keeping it off.

Written by certified nutritionist Kristina Wilds, Biblical Belly Breakthrough claims to treat the root cause of being overweight through simple nutritional tweaks. Like what?

All we’re told is that you’ll learn how to identify healthy fats—or what Kristina calls “His Healthy Healing Fats”—and implement them into your diet through step-by-step meal prep. As a result, your body will be able to effortlessly burn fat, even while you’re asleep.

Specifically, she claims the information in The Shepherd’s Diet System can help you melt 80 pounds or more of stubborn fat from your body.

Kristina also tells us you’ll have more energy and vitality, feel happier, and experience better mental clarity and greater motivation. And all of this without surgery, diet pills, adding exercise, or counting a single calorie.

Whether your struggle with your weight, or whether you suffer from hypothyroidism, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, chronic joint pain, or type 2 diabetes, can you expect the information in Biblical Belly Breakthrough to help you lose weight? That’s exactly what we’ll help you learn here.

To start, let’s take a look at the role of fat in the body.

What Are the “Healthy Healing Fats” Revealed in Biblical Belly Breakthrough?

What Are We Told About Biblical Belly Breakthrough?

If you had the patience to sit through the entire 30-minute+ Shepherd’s Diet System promotional video, the level of information Kristina provided might have disappointed you.

In fact, other than telling us that the program is based around implementing healthy fats into your diet and that it was revealed to her in the Bible, Kristina provides zero specifics.

Fortunately, a little online digging around (a theme we’ll revisit more than once here) can fill in a lot of these missing pieces.

What Is Fat’s Role In the Body?

In addition to carbohydrates and protein, fat is one of three macronutrients your body requires to survive, since it provides energy, delivers vitamins, and helps keep our skin soft. Any fat it doesn’t immediately use is stored in specialized cells called adipocytes, which allows your body to access it at a later time.

If you consistently consume more fat calories than you expend, these adipocytes can accumulate to a point where they’re visible underneath the skin, leading to weight gain.

Are There Good Fats & Bad Fats?

Now, not all fat is created equal.

Saturated fats are commonly found in animal products, such as meat, dairy, and eggs, as well as coconut and palm oils.

The American Heart Association recommends consuming no more than 5% to 6% of your total daily calories from saturated fat, since it can increase blood cholesterol and has been linked with heart disease.

The other bad fats are trans fatty acids, more commonly referred to as trans fats, which are found in thousands of different foods, from cookies at the grocery store to fast food down the block.

Like saturated fats, trans fats also increase harmful LDL cholesterol and decrease beneficial HDL cholesterol, while increasing the risk of chronic conditions like heart disease, stroke, and diabetes. Unlike saturated fats, it’s thought that no level of trans fats is healthy.

On the other hand, unsaturated (both polyunsaturated and monounsaturated) fats can be beneficial for the body when eaten in moderation, since they’re known to decrease cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke.

Polyunsaturated fats are commonly found in corn, soybean, safflower, sesame, and sunflower oils, while monounsaturated fats are prevalent in peanut butter, olives, avocado, and canola oil.

Bottom line? Although Kristina seemed hesitant to reveal her “healing fats,” this information is widely available online with just a few clicks.

Is There Any Link Between Healthy Fats & Weight Loss?

Whether we’re talking about bad fats like trans fats or good ones like monounsaturated fats, they all contain the same calorie content: 9 calories per gram.

However, there is some clinical evidence that eating the same amount (calorie content-wise) of trans fats can lead to more weight gain, specifically in the abdominal area, than eating healthier polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats.

On top of this, bad fats are typically found in foods that authoritative websites deem unhealthy, such as fatty/processed meats, fast food, and frozen meals.

Taken together, yes, there is mounting clinical evidence that reducing bad fats and eating a moderate amount of good fats can not only help improve health, but that it can also lead to weight loss.

Still, it’s important to note that the only tried and true method of losing weight and keeping it off for the long term is by reducing your calorie intake and getting plenty of exercise.

While the clinical evidence indicates that switching to a diet filled with more healthy fats can certainly help boost this process, there’s no getting around the need for diet and exercise.

How Much Will You Pay for the Biblical Belly Breakthrough?

The Biblical Belly Breakthrough (aka The Shepherd’s Diet System) is priced at $47, with a claimed retail price of $390.

Money saving tip: If you attempt to click away from the video page, the price will immediately drop to $27.

As soon as your payment is received, you’ll be able to download a copy of the e-book for viewing on your computer, your smartphone, or tablet. However, you will not receive a hard copy of the book.

In addition, you’ll receive four bonus reports:

  • What Would Jesus Eat Grocery Field Guide
  • “The Moses Secret” Fat Loss Protocol
  • Prayer Warrior Anti-Stress Guide
  • Fat Burning Furnace Nutrients Report

All Shepherd’s Diet System orders are sold through Clickbank, who offers a 60-day money back guarantee.

Based on customer feedback for similar e-books, you can certainly try sending an email to support@theshepherdsdiet.com if you’d like to request a refund, although you might have better luck by contacting Clickbank customer support directly at 800-390-6035.

What about this feedback?

Are There Any Reviews Yet for The Shepherd’s Diet System?

While there weren’t any reviews yet for Biblical Belly Breakthrough, we’ve reviewed dozens of other similar e-books over the years, including Lean Belly Breakthrough and Fat Diminisher System, to name just a few.

Invariably, each of these e-books is marketed through a painfully drawn-out long-form sales video that promises to help you quickly shed an unreal amount of fat using everyday foods found at your local grocery store.

They always mention that they don't know how long the video will be up because the author is being persecuted by one industry or another and that this is the breakthrough you've been waiting for—despite providing almost zero information about how they work.

From a customer satisfaction standpoint, the majority of these e-books have ultra-low ratings (typically two stars or less), with many claiming that they don’t contain the level of information promised on their websites.

And if they did provide decent information, then many customers have reported that much of it could be found elsewhere online after a few minutes of searching.

Other common complaints referenced difficulty downloading the material after payment was processed and problems achieving refunds.

Without having read it ourselves and without any legitimate customer feedback, though, this doesn’t mean this is what you can undoubtedly expect with Biblical Belly Breakthrough.

But considering the frequency of these complaints with other closely related material, it’s our duty to pass the information along to you.

Is Biblical Belly Breakthrough an Advanced Weight Loss Program? Will The Shepherd’s Diet System Deliver Results?

Imagine you unlocked a food-based method that was sure to help anyone, with any body type, lose 80 pounds or more, without exercise or side effects. Would you choose to reveal it to the world via an obscure e-book and market it through a long, drawn-out, hype-filled video with precious little detail?

If we’re being honest, probably not. This is probably why, by all appearances, Kristina Wilds isn’t a real person and is instead just a pseudonym.

It’s also probably why “Kristina” didn’t reveal any information contained in Biblical Belly Breakthrough. Again, we didn’t download it ourselves but based on customer feedback for nearly identical products, we might have covered everything you need to start eating fewer unhealthy fats a couple of sections above.

And even if The Shepherd’s Diet System does deliver valuable information for its nearly $50 price tag, you definitely won’t be able to constantly fill up on the decadent, icing-filled desserts, sizzling steaks, and ice-cold milkshakes frequently shown in the e-book’s promotional video.

Our opinion? If you’re looking to eat more healthy fats and fewer unhealthy fats, speaking with your physician could provide a much better value for your money than ordering Biblical Belly Breakthrough.

This way, they can help ensure you have all the correct information before embarking on your weight loss journey. They might even be able to help you formulate a plan based on your specific diagnosis.

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  • 7 out 8 people found this review helpful

    Plagiarism and errors

    • By Katha Snow,
    • California,
    • Apr 26, 2018
    • Verified Reviewer

    There are no acknowledgments, references, or footnotes for quotes used in the book except the spattered bible verses. When I contacted support about a particular quote (endorsing her diet by a dead person), they said they would get back to me "shortly." That was nine days ago. Still no answer.

    Also, I'm trying to follow recipes that either don't work or the instructions are incomplete. Specifically the cream cheese pancakes, pg 17 of "72 hour Quick Start" and Yummy Brownies, pg 54 of the "14 Day Easy Meal Plans."

    I must say I have lost all confidence in Kristina Wild's credibility.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 50 out 50 people found this review helpful

    Don't buy. You can find the same info through Paleo.

    I patiently listened to Kristina's presentation and thought, "wow this is for me." A Christian based diet plan.

    After purchasing the program, they suggest you join their Facebook group, which I did. After reading several posts, I realized this was nothing more than the Paleo or Keto diets. I quickly asked for a refund. They also are constantly trying to sell you other add-on products such as more e-books and their own brand of vitamins which cost $69.99 for a month supply. Seriously, who could afford that? Not me.

    I should have investigated before purchasing. But as others, I was lured in by the "Christian diet sales pitch." Shame on them. You can find all of this information for FREE on the internet. Please do NOT fall for this "product." Please be aware they have changed their name to the Shepherd's Code.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 48 out 48 people found this review helpful

    Do not recommend

    • By Nancy DeMaio,
    • Spring Hill, FL,
    • Jan 6, 2018
    • Verified Reviewer

    Paid for items, received downloads. Now I am having my card charged every few days for smaller amounts and not receiving anything. I did not authorize these charges, be wary. I am not recommending this at all. And I see no biblical references at all.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 114 out 121 people found this review helpful

    Big rip-off of Atkins

    • By Chris,
    • Indiana,
    • Mar 24, 2017
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    This is nothing but the Atkins diet with a bunch of biblical bullcrap mixed in. A diet that preys on people that are very religious. A disgusting human being in my opinion.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 120 out 125 people found this review helpful

    What a disappointment!

    • By Donna Er,
    • Mar 20, 2017
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    Don't waste your money. I bought this nine days ago and have lost 2 lbs. I did not receive all the PDF's as promised. When you try to contact customer service you're given some script like, "I'm too busy answering the hundreds of emails." Now, yesterday I ordered chef-created menus and received nothing in return.

    Either this is a poorly maintained web site or a scam, and I have a feeling it's the later.

    It is very similar to Atkins like it has been stated. Save yourself from the spending money and aggravation of trying to get your money back and spending time "thinking" you will lose weight on this program.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 118 out 122 people found this review helpful

    Biblical Belly Breakthrough

    • By Lana Toye,
    • Washington,
    • Mar 16, 2017
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    I paid for the e-book on a credit card. This was over a month ago. I did not get it, and I don't know who to contact for a refund.

    The diet may be biblical, but I feel ripped off from someone I thought was a good Christian.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 112 out 115 people found this review helpful

    Tons of money, no products received

    • By Cathy Q.,
    • Roswell, GA,
    • Mar 16, 2017
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    I foolishly ordered everything from their website. I have yet to receive anything. It's my fault. I should've investigated them before spending that much money. As a strong Christian, I believed that they were sincere.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 110 out 112 people found this review helpful

    Diet is bogus.

    • By Robin,
    • Warwick, NY,
    • Mar 11, 2017
    • Verified Reviewer

    Do not purchase this diet. After two weeks, I only lost four pounds. I sent them a message about this and in return was sent a request to spend more money, and then more about thyroid and how that would help, but I would need to spend another $69.00. I just sent for a refund of $54.05.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 144 out 150 people found this review helpful

    The Shepherd's Diet

    I did not receive the downloads, except for the six free bonuses. The phone number listed only takes you back to the initial blurb (almost and hour) and customer service answered me with four daily responses (exactly the same) that they would get back to me within 24 hours.

    After a couple of days, I was invited to join an exclusive group headed by Kristin herself, for only over $700. The hard copy book of the "Shepherd's Diet" continually turned up on the sales receipt as a digital or an audio after I had ordered the hard copy. I contacted Discover, and the refund department suggested that I wait a few days and then see whether I would get any answers. It's been eight days since I ordered, and I opted to cancel and get a refund thru ClickBank.

    I talked with a daughter who has been on the "Always Hungry?" book for a long time. The only difference we could find was that the latter allowed a larger variety of fruit.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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