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The Shred Power Cleanse: Eat Clean. Get Lean. Burn Fat. Hardcover – December 29, 2015
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"...fitness enthusiasts will appreciate this clear-cut and user-friendly program." - Publishers Weekly
About the Author
IAN K. SMITH, M.D. is the New York Times #1 bestselling author of Shred, The 4 Day Diet, The Fat Smash Diet and Extreme Fat Smash Diet. He is a co-host of the television show The Doctors, a medical contributor to The Rachael Ray Show and host of the nationally syndicated radio show HealthWatch.
Dr. Smith is the founder of two major national health initiatives―the 50 Million Pound Challenge and the Makeover Mile―that have helped millions of people lose weight and improve their health.
A graduate of Harvard, Columbia, and the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, Dr. Smith was appointed to the President's Council on Fitness, Sports, and Nutrition in 2010.
Top customer reviews
My biggest issue with the book was (and still is) -- from page 1 the pages just started popping apart from the cover, from front to back as I turned the pages. EVERY PAGE I TURNED DETACHED! I couldn't readily return it because I was at a 'ready-set-go' place in my mind and sending it back meant pulling out altogether because it takes a long time for me to decide & commit to something like this. I now, unfortunately, have a book consisting of pages & its glossy cover standing alone. In order to preserve the smoothie receipts I will use a hold puncher to place the scattered pages in a small binder/notebook.
1. The details for the 2 week cleanse was a lot of repeated info from day to day, which made me feel like it was a creative way to add more pages... Kinda like I would have done on a college essay.
2. The most frustrating thing to me was when I downloaded the grocery list from the website. I bought tmeverything on that list, but still didn't get all that I really needed and bought things that I never used. I understand this program is meant to be flexible, but I expected the added resource of a grocery list to be more useful than it was.
I only made it a week, so I didn't realize the full potential of this program but I can certainly say that it did introduce me to some sustainable healthy habits which makes me feel better on a daily basis
I think I might keep this book, just to even do weekend cleanses, it just makes sense.