Weight Loss Program That Works
Normally diet programs don’t make it on my radar system. They all seem to be over hyped and the results don’t seem to be sustainable. I’m not one for fad diets either. Again, it’s the question of sustainability. There are two things that I believe in for diets. 1) You have to TOTALLY change your habits in a way that you can do it forever and 2) Everyone around you needs to do the same.
So … if WeightNot came from anyone except for my college roommate Sally, I would have blown it off. My friend Sally is a really credible person who wouldn’t be on board with overhyped nonsense. I decided to investigate further. I asked her for some information and this is what she said:
“Here is some info on the program. The website is www.WeightNot.com.
Basically, Paul (her husband) and our medical director, through extensive research, realized that most people are set up to fail before they even start most commercial diets. They may have metabolic syndrome, toxins in their fat, candida issues, vitamin D deficiencies, etc. And then there is data showing that especially for obese individuals, rapid results help to support success. People can’t comply for a year, two years on a weight loss program.
So WeightNot is a comprehensive system that combines education, behavioral modification around selecting and preparing real, whole foods, a diet protocol that allows for rapid, healthy weight loss (targeting fat), and nutritional supplements (antioxidants, vitamins, fiber, etc.) to combat the many obstacles that can otherwise cause you to fail.
We are seeing pretty amazing results – thousands of individuals now have gone through the program and our success rate if over 90%.
We just started advertising in Boston – a couple of radio endorsers are on our program and LOVE IT. I have attached an MP3 of their air check as well.”
Intriguing, right?! I found this system to be credible. The idea of whole, freshly prepared foods make sense to me. Exercise is not required which at first seemed strange, but then I read that they require activity levels so that you are not sedentary but the idea is NOT to exercise off the fat because that simply doesn’t work. I have to say that I agree with that too. What makes this really interesting is that you can sign up for plans of different lengths.
The shortest plan is 7 days which strikes me as a good way to check this program out. I am giving away a 7 Day Detox Program. Average weight loss if 4 to 11 lbs. Retail value is $260. Please leave a comment to be eligible to win.
Congrats to reader Lynn who won the 7 Day Detox Program! Thank you to everyone who participated!