A new diet plan is trying to come into the spotlight and gain the title of the 'it' weight loss plan. Named the P.I.N.K Method, the latest diet plan has gained media attention being presented on shows like Dr Phil and The Doctors. Learn more about the basic principles behind it.

A new weight loss plan is aiming to help women solve one of their most pressing vows. As the name suggests, the new plan is targeted directly to women. The acronym P.I.N.K stands for Power, Intensity, Nutrition, and Kardio and highlights the core concepts behind the program accurately.

The latest plan was created by clinical nutritionist Cynthia Pasquella in collaboration with a team of trainers:  Jenna Phillips, Lisa Christie and Basheerah Ahmad, who help you through different stages of the program. The program that was presented at the Dr Phil show is deemed to be the 'first comprehensive doable plan for women" that promises fast and durable weight loss results.

The new program that has already sparked a lot of interest includes the following: Nutrition Guide – 240 pages, 3 Workout DVDs (20 to 40 minutes), Bonus DVD (15 minute Yoga/lower body workouts, P.I.N.K. Method Certificate, P.I.N.K. Method daily motivation wristband. P.I.N.K.

On the other hand, the VIP Membership includes lifetime access, 82-day full program, diet and workout plans, trainer and nutrition support, tips to personalize the program, tracking tools, and online community support.

The program is divided in four stages, each with its own purpose and a defining name that highlights the goal to be accomplished. P.I.N.K. Reset is the first stage of the problem in which the main focus is getting rid of toxins and boosting metabolism. This phase lasts a relatively short time. The second phase, P.I.N.K. Primary  focuses on a dietary plan that will encourage weight loss and that consists of many high energy, low calorie foods.

A 7 Day Shred is next, where the aim is to prevent the much dreaded weight loss plateau. The workouts are versatile being adaptable for different needs like knee and back problems. Similarly, the dietary options can also be customized to suit diabetics, vegetarians or those suffering from certain food intolerance problems. The workout options strive to be balanced as the workout consists of cardio, strength and endurance training along with yoga.

In the forth and final stage of the program, P.I.N.K. Preservation, the goal is, as anticipated, to assist you in maintaining the results that were obtained during the previous stages. As it can be seen, the main goal is to blend the diet and exercise parts for optimizing weight loss in a short amount of time. As the creator points out, "There's nothing radical. The cool thing is we didn't take out any food groups".

It is important to note also that the program is not meant to be followed by pregnant or nursing women. The program sells for $67.99 on the website with the same name for now and the cost can be split in 2 payments of $39.99 each to make it easier plus shipping. Furthermore, there is also a 30 day money back guarantee.

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