What You Should Know
The New Me Diet: Hormone Balancing is a complete diet and exercise approach written by Jade Teta and Keoni Teta, who are holistic doctors who are also biochemists and personal trainers. The plan promises to unlock your fat burning hormones to make the weight loss process easier. Before trying this program, however, we recommend you read this review to see what we think about it.
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The New Me Diet relies on a specific program to help you lose weight and keep it off over the long term because of hormonal changes in the body. The first three weeks of the program are designed to jumpstart your metabolism so you can lose up to 15 pounds or five pounds per week, and then get your body ready to lose fat. The following stage of the plan is designed to get you to burn anywhere from 1/2% to 2% of your body fat per week. When you reach your weight loss goals, the hormonal change necessary to keep weight off has taken place, so you can keep it off, provided you maintain the lifestyle the book suggests. There are three different exercise plans mentioned in the book, one for each metabolic type, but they all recommend at least half an hour, if not up to an hour of working out a day, five to six days a week. In addition to that, you are also supposed to use the strength training program outlined in the book at least three times a week.
- The New Me Diet promotes eating a diet of whole foods.
- This program uses a “reward” meal system to help you avoid feelings of deprivation.
- The New Me Diet does not offer a revolutionary approach to weight loss like it claims to.
- Whole foods diets are difficult to follow if you do not have money for quality ingredients.
- Meal preparation may become more time consuming.
The New Me Diet claims to be a revolutionary approach to weight loss, when in fact it is not much, if any different, than other weight loss plans relating to hormone balancing. The approach is solid because when followed correctly, it is a plan that will produce weight loss results. We like that it promotes whole foods and exercise, but we do not like that it claims to be something different than what it really is. To lose weight, eating a healthier diet and exercising on a regular basis is important, but for more bang for your buck, a clinically proven appetite suppressant and/or fat burner can help you lose more weight than dieting and exercising alone.