Jumpstart To Skinny Diet Review
Along with the basics, the Jumpstart to Skinny Diet also covers in depth 13 rules that are said to supercharge weight loss. These are rules such as drink more water, eat all calories in a 40% carbohydrates, 40% proteins, 20% fats ratio, and so on. When followed to the letter the diet supposedly produces the unheard of results.*
Do Dieters Lose Weight On The Jumpstart To Skinny Diet?
Short-term weight loss on the Jumpstart to Skinny Diet is a lock, if a participant follows the diet 100%. With daily exercise that is taxing combined with a very low caloric intake, weight loss will occur. But, long-term weight loss would depend on a participant’s future actions. Should they revert back to their former high caloric intake and again lag on exercise, then much to all of the weight loss they enjoyed in the three week crash course would likely be lost for good.back to menu ↑
Is The Jumpstart To Skinny Diet Easy To Follow?
As advertised, the Jumpstart to Skinny Diet is not an easy diet to follow. It is restrictive by nature and demands a lot of physical activity to be undertaken. The Jumpstart to Skinny Diet can prove to be a challenge for almost anyone, but those who are not accustomed to exercising every day or eating such a small amount of calories will really struggle to stay true to the diet.back to menu ↑
The Jumpstart to Skinny Diet book retails for around $25.00. But, the diet itself is not one that should be undertaken lightly. While weight loss is all but assured when following the diet properly, safety is a big concern with the Jumpstart to Skinny Diet.
The human body needs a certain amount of calories to survive. While the 800 calories for woman and 1200 for men is enough to sustain the body, it is cutting it close when adding in such extreme exercising. If a participant is not careful they could be inadvertently doing their body more harm than good with the Jumpstart to Skinny Diet.
In the end, the Jumpstart to Skinny Diet is nothing more than another in a long line of crash diets. While it is more structured than most crash diets out there, it does nonetheless only focus on a very short time frame, which can leave most to fail when it is all said and done.