Ultimate New York Body Plan Review

by The Diet Critic on March 8, 2012

Ultimate New York Body Plan review
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Celebrities have used it, and now the general public can too. The Ultimate New York Body Plan by Dr. Kirsch is a diet plan like few others, both in its intensity and in its strictness. But with this powerful diet, you can and you will lose weight. Sticking to the plan might be tough for some, but the results will be well worth the effort. Is the Ultimate New York Body Plan right for you? Here’s what you need to know.

What is the Ultimate New York Body Plan?

The Ultimate New York Body Plan is a diet and exercise plan which promises fast results and a high level of weight loss. By combining a low carbohydrate diet with a high intensity workout regime, the body is turned into a fat burning machine. The plan is very strict in terms of what the user has to do, but the steps to weight loss are carefully outlined in the book. With Ultimate New York Body Plan, the dieter needs to follow each day’s plan, making time for the diet as well as for about 45 minutes of exercise each day.

How Does the Ultimate New York Body Plan Work?

The diet portion of the Ultimate New York Body Plan is strict. Users of the diet are not supposed to eat any sugars or carbohydrates, dairy, alcohol, or fruits for the first two weeks of the plan. This will effectively cut out any carbohydrates which might be adding calories to the day or which may be causing bloating in the form of water weight. Those on the Ultimate New York Body Plan will need to eat five small meals a day, totaling 1200 calories. These meals will include three low carb meals, plus two protein shakes. Low carb diets have been proven quite effective, so this diet plan is certain to help people lose weight. The exercise plan includes cardio workouts as well as strength training workouts. Together, these will burn a high number of calories, while building calorie burning muscle which tightens up the figure.


For those who want to squeeze into an outfit for a special occasion, the Ultimate New York Body Plan is a good plan to use. However, when it comes to long term weight loss, dieters will need to be just as strict after they lose weight as they were in losing it in the first place.


There’s little debate as to whether the Ultimate New York Body Plan is effective, but it takes a committed dieter. This is a very difficult plan to follow for most people who need to have some leeway in terms of what they can eat and how much they can exercise. In addition, this plan will be next to impossible to follow for the long term. The plan is meant to help you shrink down quickly, but it may be difficult to follow the maintenance plan after weeks of eating little.

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{ 9 comments… read them below or add one }

Beth Bodle March 19, 2012 at 9:12 pm

I ordered this book because I was attracted to the “2 week” time limit tha I would be totally “transformed.” I like many others, find every excuse in the book to fall off my current diet but figured I should be able to stick with anything for just two weeks. The author Mr. Kirsch’s main approach for success is made up of, now, get ready for this: diet and exersize. Wow what a concept. Now because it is only a 2 week program, exercise is a large component (think 1.5 hrs per day). The diet portion of the program consists of eating little meals every 3 hrs. i.e. 7 am, 10am, 1pm, 4pm and 7 pm. The idea is that you don’t go hungry. There are also recipies included in the book. I personally enjoyed the Tuna Cobb Salad and Mexican Turkey Burger.

So far I am not done my full two weeks but I have lost 5 lbs, and I “feel” more energized and stong. I think it’s a great book and would recommend it.


Ron March 24, 2012 at 8:34 pm

I got this book from an online bookstore and I was pumped about what it was going to be able to do for me. The reviews on that site were awesome. What I found out about it through its use was that if you follow it exactly to the letter and really discipline yourself, you’ll be flying. If you slip even slightly (and you might since the rules are strict – I finally did and gave up) then you’re toast.


Mike March 26, 2012 at 9:45 am

This was good, but I wouldn’t call it “ultimate”.


Bonnie June 11, 2012 at 9:12 am

That’s pretty much what I’d say about it, too


Suzie Q April 3, 2012 at 9:54 am

This diet was impossible to follow. I don’t mean that the concept of it is too hard, but it’s just so regimented that it isn’t possible to keep it up for any length of time. I spent the whole time feeling guilty and frustrated.


Bethanie November 10, 2012 at 8:50 pm

Unfortunately, that’s just how I felt. I was really hopeful about this one, but it took more willpower than I apparently have.


G. Galloway May 11, 2012 at 1:23 pm

Very strict diet. Not for those who want to be at all flexible with their diets. No booze, no bread, no carbs, no dairy, no sugar, no fat. Thankfully though, it is only a crash diet so you don’t have to do it for very long. I would recommend this diet only if you are wanting to lose a few extra lbs because you have an event coming up in 2-3 weeks that you want to look good for.


Ella June 12, 2012 at 12:17 am

This is a lot of hard work but if you can stick to it, it’s incredibly worth it. You will see results very fast but a word of caution, you should be resonabley fit to start with. I feel it’s more for losing that final 10-15 lbs to look perfect then it is for the average joe to lose significant weight. It might be too much of a rood awakening for some.


Lynn February 3, 2013 at 11:10 am

I don’t know how long I’d actually be able to keep up with the Ultimate New York Body Plan, but I know that whenever I need to lose weight really fast but without suffering from dizzy spells and all that nonsense, this is exactly the one I’ll use!


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