Skinny Bitch Diet reviewThe Skinny Bitch Diet is a low calorie weight loss program that will essentially require those who follow it to adopt a strict vegetarian lifestyle. However, dieters shouldn’t expect much sympathy or hand-holding while they are making the drastic changes this diet requires.

When it comes to telling dieters how it is, this weight loss plan from Rory Freedman and Kim Barnouin is as direct as they come. As it says right on the front cover of their co-authored book with the same name, Skinny Bitch is “A no-nonsense tough-love guide for savvy girls who want to stop eating crap and start looking fabulous!” This is exactly what the reader can expect from this book and diet: no-nonsense, strong opinions, and rather colorful language. Get ready to be told what you need to do and how you need to do it.

Following the Skinny Bitch Diet will require you to remove all animal-based products from your diet. This includes meat, fish, eggs, and dairy. Furthermore, you’ll have to dump refined sugars, carbs, and artificial sweeteners. Additionally, although not restricted, caffeine and alcohol are both heavily discouraged.

Green lighted foods include vegetables, fruits, legumes, whole grains, seeds, and nuts. You can eat as much of these foods as you want and not worry about calorie counting. The authors also strongly encourage those who follow their diet to eat organic foods.

Although it is possible to lose weight following the Skinny Bitch diet as you will consume lower calories and research has shown that vegans typically have a lower BMI than those who eat meat, how much you’ll lose and how long it will take you isn’t revealed. Moreover, whether or not you’ll actually be able to stick with this extreme dieting plan is another story.

It demands followers to highly restrict their diet and give up a great number of foods. Not everyone will feel satisfied following a plant-based diet, everyday, for the rest of their lives. Plus, even if this does interest you, veganism must be taken seriously. You should consult with a registered dietician to make sure that you receive all of the nutrients you need to keep your body strong and healthy. Without the proper guidance, you may not consume sufficient protein, calcium, vitamin D, vitamin B12 and other nutrients by going vegan.

Furthermore, it is important to keep in mind that Rory Freedman and Kim Barnouin are not medical professionals or registered dieticians. They are veterans of the modeling industry and authors with big opinions. Therefore, what works for them might not work for you, which is why it is important to get the second opinion of an actual health professional. Speak with your doctor before you decide the Skinny Bitch Diet is right for you.