Neris And Indias Idiot Proof Diet Review
What You Should Know
Neris and India’s Idiot-Proof Diet is a low carbohydrate eating plan designed to promote weight loss. The book sells on Amazon.com for as little as $1.00 plus shipping and handling. There is no official website for the book so dieters must gain an idea of how the book is laid out from other consumer reviews and the brief product description on the Amazon.com listing. Low carbohydrate diets are known to cause weight loss, but they can be difficult to follow for an extended time. In general, dieters are taken through a brief period of extreme low carbohydrate eating before entering a continuing weight loss phase where weight loss slows to the final end goal. After the goal weight is reached, the dieter must maintain the weight loss with regular low carbohydrate eating.
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Diet and weight loss help through low carbohydrate eating.
Neris and India are two friends who found themselves in overweight bodies. They wanted to lose 140 pounds in one year and drop from a size 22 to 14. They achieved this goal and wrote the Neris and India’s Idiot-Proof Diet book to help others lose weight. The end goal of fitting into a size 14 helps every day people connect with the authors. Other weight loss plans promise to help female dieters reach unrealistic goals, but Neris and India’s Idiot-Proof Diet allows the dieter to make responsible, realistic goals that are highly achievable.
The basic plan described in the book is low carb, but there are no details of how low carb the plan falls. One dieter claimed they spent the first few days craving carbohydrates, so there is a good chance the dieter is eating carb levels similar to the Atkins Induction level of 20 per day. This type of eating plan will facilitate weight loss, but the mental dedication needed to stick with the plan is often a problem. This is where the book really shines. The two best friends allow the dieter to become a part of everyday struggles, often the same struggles other dieters are having at the same exact time. There is mention of supplements suggested by the authors, but these supplements are not listed.
For dieters wishing to find a companion book for a low carbohydrate diet, Neris and India’s Idiot-Proof Diet could be that companion. While the diet is laid out simply and recipes are included, the dieter may need to read another low carbohydrate book to get a better feel for the plan.
- Low carbohydrate dieting leads to weight loss.
- The authors give dieters a reason to continue eating a reduced carb diet.
- The book is inexpensive.
- Supports using supplements during weight loss.
- Low carb eating is difficult to follow for a long period.
Neris and India capture the attention of the reader and never let go. Dieters planning to start a low carb eating plan may find this book helps them make it through the hard days.