An Oklahoma women’s revolutionary diet plan is making a big impact. It’s called the Pink method diet at http://consumerscompare.org/pink-method-diet-review/. It goes way behind what you eat so let’s find out if it can work for you on your weight loss method. It’s a program that I saw on Dr.Phil and it seemed very similar to other diets.
What does P.I.N.K stand for?
It stands for power, intensity, nutrition, and cardio. The diet claims to be designed for women with normal health and if you have health problems then make sure to speak to your doctor prior to starting the program. If you do not, medical experts say you could be putting your health at risk.
The Pink method is a diet that is taking the nation by storm. It was developed for women by women on the Dr. Phil show. On the Pink method I have lost over 20 lbs. and I know it has worked for other people as well.
How Does It Work?
The Pink method includes exercise DVDs that you are encouraged to use twice a day. When I first started the workouts I was very, very sore the first week because I was basically sedentary for the first week.
According to P.I.N.K. method trainer Basheerah Ahmad, the hook is on the intensity of the workouts which lead to rapid weight loss. “When you see it and you know your clothes fit better, your more likely to continue with the diet change”, she says.
The first step in the diet is called reset which is a form of detox and the method says think produce and fresh protein to reset your metabolism.
The second step is called P.I.N.K. primary and described as a fat smashing weight-loss system that reintroduces the body to high energy foods to increase physical activity.
Phase three is called the 7 day shred and your main meals consist of shred soup and chicken broth. It’s designed to drop those last few 7 pounds. The base is chicken broth.
The final phase is P.I.N.K. preservation which is a maintenance program for life that calls for continuing with fresh food choices and lean protein.
When people do not understand what they are accomplishing it can be very dangerous medically. When you rest your metabolism its like giving your body a jolt. If you follow through with the plan and change your life for good it can be a good thing.
When you jolt your body over and over and fall back to old habits it makes losing weight that much harder next time. When you starving it needs to conserve energy and people are going to have a hard time losing weight when they are slowing down their metabolism.
Limitations of Fad Diets
Your willpower will eventually break on these diets die to the caloric restrictions.
What happens is this: People diet for 12 weeks, then stop. They develop the same habits again that got them fat and thus, they redevelop their weight.
Diets ALL WORK. Yet, people regain their weight because of going back to the old habits. If you diet, you need to KEEP the weight. This is the hard part, not loosing the weight. Why? Because loosing needs a short term strategy. Everyone can be hardcore for 4-6 weeks. Yet, being a bit stricter with yourself (We are talking around 300-500kcal a day stricter) every day is very very hard for most people.
Diets that automatically limit calorie intake through food choice (Paleo, raw foods) will have a significant effect as long as people do not feel deprived.
Another way is simply fasting one day a week for the rest of your life. It is even very very healthy. A’ diet’ is by definition a temporary thing. All those fancy diets with multiple phases are never going to last. Make fundamental changes to your life in multiple areas and live healthy all the time, not just when you need to.
If it’s sugar and processed foods that cause people to gain weight, hold more water and cause irritation/inflammation that leads to weight gain, when people follow a good clean diet they will lose weight, if people go back to eating the problem food the weight will come back.
The main problem in rebounding is because people think they are missing out and should be eating the processed rubbish, so by doing a diet they are just waiting to cheat and go back, with a proper understanding on nutrition and removing the cravings it is a lot easier to succeed, similar to smoking.
Dropping water weight is obviously a key consideration for athletes where weight matters eg boxers, jockeys, etc but not so much for the rest of us unless you’re at the pointy end of competing/peaking for shoots or want to look good for couple of hours on the beach or while you’re stripping for La Bare…
For people who have struggled with weight loss the P.I.N.K. method works and you will gain a lot more benefits with your life. It’s $57.99 and it strongly advocates lean proteins, lean chicken, and tons of exercise . For vegetarians they have options like soy, fiber, and vegetables like beans.