Long-lasting results come from educating yourself, applying a realistic level of mental and physical effort (versus mindlessly running yourself into the ground, both mentally and physically), and from developing habits and behaviours that you will actually be able to sustain. This is called a lifestyle. To me, a lifestyle = a life that YOU style so it meets YOUR goals, needs, schedule, preferences, and finances, and that you are able to follow indefinitely. If you cannot see yourself living this lifestyle for more than a few weeks, months, or even a year, the results will not last and you will eventually be back to square one, or perhaps worse off than when you started, physically, mentally, and financially.
While more moderate, reasonable, and quite frankly, totally common sense plans that help you learn how to adopt practical, reasonable, enjoyable, and sustainable habits/behaviours, might not be as glamorous or marketable as totally crazy and financially exhausting extreme quick fixes, or other gimmicks/schemes, the bottom line is that they work, and you will need to commit and buy into this mentality.
When it comes to achieving your goals, skipping from A to Z, or expecting instant gratification, will never get you there. Remain focused, patient, consistent, and be realistic. Progress is rarely linear, so don't get discouraged if your progress is not totally predictable. Last but most certainly not least, if you follow me on social media and sell any of these fraudulent detoxes/cleanses, or quick fixes, feel free to unfollow me as I have no time or interest in networking, or learning about your products/services.