"Super Shred is a more intense, concentrated, shorter program that shares the system and principles of the #1 bestseller Shred. At four weeks, it's almost half the length of Shred and twice the intensity. There's always a customer looking for a diet who not only wants but must have faster, more dramatic results right away. All the same building blocks that have made Shred work for dieters are here: diet confusion, meal replacement, frequent meals and snacks throughout the day to keep metabolism stoked and to keep dieters from feeling hungry or deprived. Super Shred is "destination dieting" at its best, a plan specifically designed for the impatient or the short-term goal-oriented who may need to get as lean as possible as fast as possible for a date, an event, or a spring vacation. It's also for those who have had success on Shred (or any other diet) but who need a quick refresher weight loss course, or to go faster, for a four week cycle. It can be used on its own or in conjunction with Shred. Dr. Ian'sShred absolutes: A diet shouldn't be confusing It shouldn't be expensive It shouldn't make you feel you're doing something wrong if you don't follow it to the letter Super Shred features regular grocery store food, definite marching orders, and an authorwho connects to his fans via national mainstream media, social media, his Shredder Nation diet cells across the country"--
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.