HotBody 101 Review
What You Should Know
HotBody 101 was created by fitness guru Michael Kamins. The book is available online through various retailers and aims to provide guidance and support for those wishing to lose weight. The program supports healthy eating, exercise and an overall mind set change in regards to health and healthy lifestyles in general.
The HotBody 101 book by Michael Kamins.
While there is no official website for the HotBody 101 book or Michael Kamins, there is a lot of information on the web regarding the program. The book is written to provide the dieter with the guidance needed to trim down body fat and decrease weight toward a healthier body. The fitness expertise is the cornerstone of the book allowing readers to take part in advice most often given in the gym by a personal trainer. While many weight loss books do not openly support the use of supplements with the program, aside from multi-vitamins, HotBody 101 supports CLA. CLA, also known as Conjugated Linoleic Acid, has been proven in some scientific studies to reduce body fat. CLA comes with a variety of potential side effects including insulin resistance, diarrhea, nausea and stomach pains. There are both natural sources for CLA found in meats and supplemental sources.
HotBody 101 offers very little in terms of new information. The exercise regime paired with healthy eating has been the staple prescription for weight loss for a very long time. Michael Kamins also does not support the use of fat burners or appetite suppressants that are safe and have been proven to help aid in weight loss.
- The book is available online.
- The HotBody 101 program supports exercise.
- Healthy eating tips are given in the book.
- The HotBody 101 program offers no new information.
- There is no website for the HotBody 101 book.
- There are no testimonials available online.
- There is no evidence that the HotBody 101 program is more effective than other weight loss programs.
While Michael Kamins attempted to provide new and exciting weight loss information with his HotBody 101 book, the fact is nothing new is provided. All dieters understand they need to eat less and move more in order to lose weight. The support of CLA is questionable when there are side effects that are more harmful than helpful. At this time, we suggest pairing a fat burner with an appetite suppressant and choosing to exercise several days a week along with adopting a healthy diet. This book simply does not offer any new insight for the $36 it costs.