UPDATE: On Wednesday, November 30 The P.I.N.K. Method will make an appearance on The Doctors. Program creator Cynthia Pasquella announces that it’s the last diet a woman will ever need.
Today most of the nation had to return to real life and bid their holiday weekend goodbye. Many also had to face the reality of the over-eating they did during their Thanksgiving feasting. This fact makes today a perfect day to introduce a new diet plan to the world. That is exactly what the creators of the P.I.N.K. Method have done. Today the nation’s women will learn about a new plan to help them lose weight for good, and not just the holiday weight.
P.I.N.K. stands for Power, Intensity, Nutrition and Kardio. The program is a fitness and nutrition program designed to help women lose anywhere from 10 to 100 pounds in a unique three phase system. Each phase last three weeks and is tailored to the individuals needs. The phases are broken down into a detoxifying and short term diet stage, a fat-fighting stage, and a weight management stage. The reset, primary, and preservation stages are customized to the dieter after they sign up online and become a VIP member. The membership includes lifetime access to the site, a complete 82-day diet program, diet and workout plans, trainer and nutrition support, along with tracking tools.
If you watched The Dr. Phil Show this afternoon then you saw him welcome P.I.N.K.’s creator and nutritionist Cynthia Pasquella, along with her trainers Jenna, Lisa, and Basheerah. On the show they revealed the details of the P.I.N.K. Method. They explained how the diet can help women lose four times more weight than the average diet. Dr. Phil will be hosting three P.I.N.K. Method pupils who have lost more than 100 pounds in just a few months.
Dr. Phil will also host a bride-to-be who wants to lose 50 pounds before her big day. She will take the help of the P.I.N.K. team to get her ready to be a blushing bride.
Instead of waiting until January 1st to set weight loss goals, try setting them today. This way you’re ahead of the game and have less pumpkin pie to burn off. Visit the P.I.N.K. Method to see if it’s just what you were waiting for.
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