Kate Hudson is the latest star to have her own diet plan. It did wonders for her, so it is one to take under consideration. Ms. Hudson credits her exercise regimen as much as watching what she eats for her weight loss; the diet is actually a combination of the two.
The Kate Hudson Diet was developed by her personal trainer, Ashley Conrad. As it is so new, it is hard to forecast what you will need to do to maintain your desired weight once you reach it.
The Kate Hudson Diet is designed to help you lose weight fast. Hudson had it developed for the specific goal of losing weight after the birth of her last child. She had gained a total of 60 lbs. during the pregnancy, bringing her up to 185. Evidently, the diet functioned very well for her, because she is now down to her pre-pregnancy weight of 115 lbs.
The Kate Hudson diet doesn't skimp on calories: You get to have 1,500 a day. What it does limit is the amount of carbohydrates; and it completely eliminates processed foods. There are a lot of high-protein, low-carbohydrate diets around, but what makes the Kate Hudson Diet different is that is does not rely on regulating food intake alone. It also requires 3 hours of exercise a day, including treadmill work, weights, yoga and pilates.
A typical dinner meal would be a 6-oz. organic chicken, 3/4 cup quinoa, 2 cups grilled vegetables (anything but carrots or corn) and one Clutch supplement pack, which is available from the trainer's website.
You need to determine whether or not you will have the time to do 3 hours of exercise 7 days a week. Also consider if you really need to lose weight at a fast pace. Most doctors will recommend that you lose weight at a slower pace. The Kate Hudson Diet takes a lot of commitment. Make sure you can commit before you start, or you will end up disappointed.
No one should start any diet regimen without getting a doctor's approval and undergoing a thorough physical examination. People with chronic diseases need to be extra careful. Diets like these require you to take supplements, and they can have dangerous interactions with prescription as well as non-prescription drugs