The New Me Diet
The New Me Diet Review:
The New Me Diet is a title that might leave you saying, “hey I’m not all that bad!” But no doubt the “new” you that is being referred to is a thinner one who has accomplished your weight goals. The fact is that The New Me Diet: Eat More, Work Out Less, and Actually Lose Weight promises quite a bit in its title alone.
The idea of losing weight while eating more and working out less is no doubt going to have a wide appeal. Authors Jade Teta and Keoni Teta are doctors who have created a exercise and nutritional program that is designed to make your body’s metabolism heat up. While there are many approaches in the world of diet books, The New Me Diet approach falls into the “metabolism camp,” where other books and diet approaches follow the “low calorie approach.” This book requires you to fill out a “Metabolic Effect Questionnaire” in order to learn what category you fall into. Once you know more about you specific category, additional steps can be taken.
What to Eat
Much of the plan revolves around eating several small meals a day, up to six in all.
The approach of The New Me Diet: Eat More, Work Out Less, and Actually Lose Weight is quite positive in that it focuses on diet and exercise while working to change dieter’s approach toward food. Often one of these critical aspects will be left out in a dieting book.
There is not too much bad here- The New Me Diet is a winner and expresses a lot of good ideas.
Exercise is seen as a critical component in the weight loss equation.
Dieters can expect to pay about $20 for The New Me Diet: Eat More, Work Out Less, and Actually Lose Weight.
The New Me Diet is sometimes called The New Me Diet: Eat More, Work Out Less, and Actually Lose Weight