diet solution program

By ldsddsmkw Latest Reply 2010-12-02 06:29:54 -0600
Started 2010-12-01 21:22:53 -0600

I read this online. Claims to reduce weight and blood sugar. "harmful chemicals and processed foods" have contributed to weight gain and elevated blood glucose levels. Eating more "natural foods including real sugar" rather than sustitutes would stimulate weight loss and lower blood glucose. Have any of You tried this "diet solution"? The offer was for $97.00 to receive the program materials. It sounds reasonable, but I wanted to get more information first.
Thanks, ldsddsmkw

3 replies

GabbyPA 2010-12-02 06:29:54 -0600 Report

I would not pay money to do something that is a natural fix for things. I agree 100% that the over processed foods we eat contribute greatly to many issues we, as modern civilizations, face. You can do more for yourself by committing to eating more foods that have no label. Such as fresh foods, raw foods and organic or free range meats. If nothing else, you will feel better because you are putting less junk in your body. I know for me, when I chucked the boxed meals and processed junk I lost a lot of weight right up front. Now it is harder, because my body has adjusted to the better foods and I still have to watch my portions. But I believe it is a good move to make, but you don't need to spend $100 bucks to do it. Just research and you will find all kinds of things out.

Will it make your diabetes go away or make you loose weight? No, there is not a guarantee for any of that kind of thing. But it will start to clean up the body so it can start to function more the way it's supposed to work.

RAYT721 2010-12-02 06:20:56 -0600 Report

There's no doubt that there are billions of dollars in the diet industry so every company claims to be the best, the only, the most successful or whatever plan for losing weight, losing inches, melting fat and everything else. There are no magic pills, programs or magic carpets. The central key to losing weight is to reduce caloric intake, increase exercise, eat better but mainly to take action in taking steps to see results instead of wishing for them. You'll find plenty of programs from $5 to $50 to $500 with guarantees but the best things in life are free… Attitude!!!

jayabee52 2010-12-02 01:51:47 -0600 Report

I stongly suspect this is a scam, "snake oil", quackery. I am very wary of "solutions" offered on the internet. What they say is the cause of weight gain is true enough, but weight can be lost without their help.

From your description, I am unable to get a good idea of what is offered for $97.00 Is it an eating plan, a powdered drink, or a dietary suppliment?. Was it introduced to you in a multi-page sales pitch?

Without knowing more about it, I would be unable to evaluate it. .