Dr Oz Shred Diet
Dr Oz Shred Diet Lose Pounds and Inches in 6 Weeks. Today on Dr Oz January 2, 2013 Dr. Ian Smith Shred, 6 weeks 4 inches and 2 dress sizes. Sounds good doesn’t it? Just in time to start the New Year Diet! It’s get rid of your fat pants today, with the Dr Oz 6 week plan, shred 4 inches and 2 sizes.
Dr Oz: Diet Confusion
Dr. Smith claims this Shred Diet plan can help you lose up to 4 inches, 2 sizes and, incredibly, up to 20 pounds! What it all boils down to is diet confusion. How it works is, if you change up the types and quantities of food you eat, you’ll prevent your metabolism from slowing down and trick your body into burning more calories. It’s much like muscle confusion says when you’ve stopped growing your muscles and reached a plateau and you can’t get any bigger, then you change what you do. You confuse the muscles and increase progress, it’s the same thing with diet. If you eat the same foods all the time your body becomes habituated to the same types of foods and the metabolism is stable. With diet confusion in the shred diet the foods are changed all the time, day to day, week to week to keep the metabolism going while doing their diet confusion.
In a nut shell, the more you eat the same foods everyday and your metabolism is stabilized the more fat cells accumulate. Dr Oz said if you want to shred this fat, what you have to do is push your metabolism off kilter by eating something different.
Dr Smith said it’s not about the pounds you lose it about your sizes, he had 5000 people do the shred diet and the average weight loss over 6 weeks was 20 pounds, more importantly he said was they lost 4 inches and 2 dress sizes. So stop being obsessed about the numbers on the scale.
Dr Oz had 6 viewers on the 6 week shred diet plan and their results were amazing. Eating 4 meals a day and 3 snacks a day seemed like a lot for some. On week 5 of the shred diet plan was cleansing and to each of them the plan worked, they lost inches and weight. One lady went from a size 18 to size 14, lost 6 inches on the diet. They all varied in inches but were all happy with the results.
Dr Ian Smith Shred Diet Plan
Dr Smith told Dr Oz The Shred Diet is based on 6 weeks of different components, and this diet says it wants you unbalanced to healthier but not perfect. People love the idea that it is regular food from any grocery store, easy to follow because it’s easy to stick to. It’s simple it’s called Diet Confusion and as you read on you will understand how the shred diet works.
The Dr Oz 6 week meal plan to shred fat – Shred Diet Plan Step By Step:
Every meal is spelled out for you Dr Smith’s Book whether you have diabetes, allergies, etc with food substitutions. Shred: The Revolutionary Diet: 6 Weeks 4 Inches 2 Sizes
- Week 1: Prime – This week is an introduction to the Shred Diet and serves to ease your body into the lifestyle change.
- Week 2: Challenge – During the second week, you’ll get serious about your commitment to the diet by reducing your calorie intake.
- Week 3: Transformation – You’ll start noticing a difference in how you look and feel this week! This is the most difficult week of the program – push yourself to find new ways to break through your weight-loss plateau.
- Week 4: Ascend – This week will come as a relief after the difficulty of Week 3. Use this time to rebuild your strength and gain confidence.
- Week 5: Cleanse – You’ll begin a detox focused on cleansing your blood and eliminating toxins from your body.
- Week 6: Explode – The final week of the cycle starts a lifetime of maintenance by creating a new, sustainable lifestyle based on what you’ve learned.
Committing to the Shred Diet requires following 3 main rules. Below are the key strategies required to turn your body into a fat-shredding machine in only 6 weeks!
1. Meal Spacing
On the Shred Diet, you’ll eat four meals and up to three snacks a day. Eating smaller meals will keep you from getting hungry as you distribute your calories throughout the day. Spacing out your meals will keep your hormones stable said Dr Ian Smith.
Dr Oz explained that when you eat small meals, especially meals composed of foods that have a low-glycemic index (choices that are less likely to spike your blood sugar), you prevent surges in hormones that lead to weight gain.
2. Calorie Roller Coaster
Dr Smith told Dr Oz it is important to keep your metabolism off-kilter by eating different amounts of calories, take your body on a calorie roller coaster. As you start off the Shred Diet at Week 1, you’ll slowly reduce your calorie intake. This will be a difficult uphill battle – the steep climb of the roller coaster. This is only short-term; halfway through the diet, around Week 3, you get to bring the calories back. As you glide down the roller coaster’s hill, you can eat in your favorites like pizza and pasta (in healthy moderation), and your metabolism will run overtime. This roller coaster of calorie consumption is the perfect metabolic recipe for shedding fat.
3. Shred Detox
Dr Ian tells Dr Oz that most diets have cleanses at the beginning of program, the Shred Diet incorporates a cleanse into the later phases of the plan. There are 2 detox’s in this diet plan, a blood detox and a physical detox. There’s no fasting in the Shred Diet – this is an eating detox where you’ll get all the nutrition you need through foods that naturally clean out your system. A cleanse enhances your liver’s ability to detoxify your blood. Additionally, the Shred Diet’s cleanse stimulates a physical detox by incorporating plenty of fiber, which works to increase the activity of the GI tract. The detox occurs during week 5 of the 6-week plan, and many people will lose the most amount of weight during these 7 days.
During this cleanse, you’ll still eat your four meals and three snacks, but you’ll make additions to help stimulate detox. Dr Smith explained to Dr Oz every morning for breakfast, have a cup of lemon water with flaxseed oil to help fight inflammation. You’ll also have one cup of hibiscus tea, plus one cup of 100% cranberry juice daily. Full of antioxidants, these drinks will help your body fight off harmful free radicals. To aid in cleansing your liver, No Alcohol during detox week!
The next part of the Shred Diet: exercise. Each week of the plan, you need to perform 30-45 minutes of cardiovascular exercise on 5 out of 7 days.
Dr Smith went on to explain to Dr Oz the Shred Diet is a cycle diet, which means that if you haven’t hit your goal weight after six weeks, you are now in maintenance. If you haven’t reached your target you can repeat the cycle but in a different order. Every 4 weeks you can choose any week you want on diet and just do it. When you’ve kept the weight off over the period of 6 months, stayed flat for 6 months, you can commit to a week of the cycle to do every eight weeks, to tune-up your body.
Whether you’ve just started the Shred Diet or are maintaining your new, fabulous body, you’ll want to see these tips from Dr. Ian Smith. Discover his “3 S’s”, 3 simple secrets to shred your fat for good.
1. Dr Oz: Shredder Smoothies
Ian Smith Energizer Blueberry Pear Smoothie is full of vitamins and nutrients, thick and makes you feel full. Making smoothies are a great way to eat fruits and veggies and a great weight-loss tool. Smoothies contain tightly controlled calorie counts and are super easy to make.
Dr Oz Shredder Smoothie Recipe
1 1/2 red pears
1 cup frozen blueberries
1 cup low fat yogurt
1 tsp sugar
6 ice cubes
2. Dr Oz: Shredder Snacks
Snacks are misunderstood in the weight-loss world – many people don’t realize that snacks can help you lose weight rather than gain it. Snacks consumed in moderation is a way to get rid of minor hunger pangs, plus Dr Smith told Dr Oz snacks are the perfect bridge between meals and prevent you from consuming too many calories at your next meal. Choose snacks between 100 and 150 calories. Some or Dr. Smith’s snacks include:
Olives stuffed with blue cheese
English muffin pizza
Banana with dark chocolate.
3. Dr Oz: Shredder Soups
Dr Smith tells Dr Oz shredder soups are easy, are a great way to fill up on fewer calories. Convenient, fast, full of nutrients, and inexpensive and available at any restaurant. Soups are a great way to break up the monotony of dieting. Be careful of calorie count, select a soup choice that has less than 180 milligrams of sodium. Try making a shred soup the day before you’re on the go so you can easily take it with you when on the go.
Dr Oz: Triste’s Chicken Noodle Soup
Ian’s wife shared her chicken noodle soup recipe with Dr Oz today.
1 1/2 cup egg noodles
1 TBSP butter
1/2 cup chopped onion
1/2 cup chopped celery
1/4 cup sliced carrots
1 1/2 cups chicken meat
6 cups chicken broth
1 1/2 cups vegetable broth
1/4 cup water
1/2 tsp dried basil
1/2 tsp dried oregano
1 tsp poultry seasoning
1 tsp salt
each serving is under 500 calories