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    Skinny Mint Review

    Review overview Summary Skinny Mint offers a 28 day teatox that consists of two parts, the ‘Morning Boost’ and the ‘Night Cleanse’. ProsCelebrity marketing appeal ConsOverpriced Bad money back guarantee Too much time spent in the bathroom No scientific backing Ratings in depth Effectiveness Scientific Backing Customer Reviews Customer Support Money Back Guarantee 2.1 10 […]

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    Lauren Jones

    My name is Lauren, and I come from a longstanding background of fitness and nutrition. Whether it be hiking, running, camping, or just enjoying cooking in the kitchen I have made health a focal point of my life. I love to incorporate movement, and wellness in everything I do!

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    FitTea Review

    If you take a closer look at what you are purchasing, you will come to find out that all of the risk lies with the customer.

    Review overview

    Summary

    FitTea makes itself known to the world as a “diet tea,” and something necessary to add into your everyday routine.

    Pros

    • Strong Instagram following
    • Competitively priced

    Cons

    • No money back guarantee
    • No clinical studies provided
    • Side effects from diuretics
    • Little customer support

    Ratings in depth

    • Effectiveness
    • Scientific Backing
    • Customer Reviews
    • Customer Support
    • Money Back Guarantee
    3.5 10 Bad

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    Lauren Jones

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    Bootea Review

    For 14 days you are going to invest $50+ dollars on a product with no money back guarantee...

    Review overview

    Summary

    Bootea is based out of the UK, and they promote active healthy lifestyles with their detox teas offered.

    Pros

    • Colorful packaging

    Cons

    • Expensive
    • No money back gurantee
    • Negative Press in the media
    • International shipping fees

    Ratings in depth

    • Effectiveness
    • Scientific Backing
    • Customer Reviews
    • Customer Support
    • Money Back Guarantee
    2.4 10 Bad

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    Lauren Jones

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    Liquid Amino Diet Review

    The customers have lost weight but it is more from the caloric restrictions not the amino drops...

    Review overview

    Summary

    We have all heard the empty promises from diet companies, so it’s no surprise that the liquid amino diet follows in the footsteps of the others. Convenient, small and compact amino drops Different Phases of healthy eating included in the programCONS Not a healthy fix for sustainable weight loss Questionable science behind the ingredients False promises of losing weight at unhealthy rates

    Pros

    • Convenient, small and compact amino drops
    • Different Phases of healthy eating included in the program

    Cons

    • Costly
    • Not a healthy fix for sustainable weight loss
    • Questionable science behind the ingredients
    • False promises of losing weight at unhealthy rates

    Ratings in depth

    • Effectiveness
    • Scientific Backing
    • Customer Reviews
    • Customer Support
    • Money Back Guarantee
    2.4 10 Bad

    The liquid amino diet is formed of amino drops, and endocrine supplements. Their drops are meant to suppress your diet, and the diet focuses on low glycemic foods only. The endocrine supplements are supposed to balance your hormones, and adrenal functions. The cost is $97.00 for a 30-day supply, $169.00 for a 60-day supply, and $239.00 for a 90-day supply. The speedy claims, and quick results this company is promising makes me want to take a deeper dive into reality.

    Liquid Amino Diet Claims

    The company claims you can lose 15-30 pounds in the first 30 days. They also state that the diet is not meant to go over 90 days. While they are teaching health and educating on proper foods, the drops seem like an extra way to take money from the customer.

    They claim this product is doctor recommended, but they made it very difficult to find the ingredient list of the drops or endocrine supplements on the site. There are also no clinical studies available on the site to read.

    They claim their drops are homeopathic, and that there are zero side effects known.

    Lastly, they claim to offer a 100% money back guarantee, but it is only for 30 days. If you order the 60, or 90-day kit you only get 30 days to try them out. On the official website, they do not give you the proper dosage for the drops in phase 1, so the likelihood of return is higher.

    Liquid Amino Diet Scientific Backing

    Dr. Finsand (the founder) makes a point to educate people on eating healthy, and supplementing in the drops to suppress your appetite. Both of these points clash with one another. When I was on the website, I could not find any clinical studies done to back up the ingredients in any of their products. This had me worried, and skeptical on their proven research they speak highly about.

    There are 3 phases of the program. One of the phases includes the products, and the other two are simply to just eat healthy. Why not save hundreds of dollars, and just eat healthier? You are better off seeking out a more cost effective alternative. A few of the ingredients in the drops are: Lophopytum leandri, Calcarea Carbonica, L-Argenine, and Acetyl L-Carnitine. There were vague descriptions of each ingredient.

    Is Liquid Amino Diet Effective?

    This diet promotes weight loss at an unhealthy rate. It is essentially putting your body into starvation mode, so the weight is leaving for a limited amount of time. With that, because caloric intakes are so low, the drops may not even serve a valid purpose. Due to the lack of scientific backing the company provides, it seems as if they are masking the products for a reason. They also give you little to no guidance for exercise, but recommend it. Once again very vague.

    Does Liquid Amino Diet Have Side Effects?

    Everyone’s bodies can react differently, especially when you are lowering your caloric intake to 1,000 calories in Phase 1. The side effects are merely from lack of calories, and not the supplements themselves. Some known side effects have been fatigue, constipation, headaches, and irritability.

    What Is Liquid Amino Diet Support Like?

    When calling into their support line, my call was answered immediately. She was able to tell me that the ingredients were on the website, which was nice to finally figure out. When I asked about the endocrine supplements, there were not any ingredients on the website, nor did she know what was in them. This had me concerned, as I could be ingesting anything with no knowledge regarding what they are made of. The social media following is smaller than expected with a very low participation rate overall.

    The Bottom Line

    This program is correct in their approach by educating customers on how to eat healthy. The customers have lost weight but it is more from the caloric restrictions not the amino drops. They should have stopped there. Instead, they are inflating the cost of their program by adding in irrelevant products and supplements that do not have credible sources. I would save your money on this one, and invest in a supplement and program that will take the weight off for good while promoting a healthy lifestyle.

    Review overview

    Summary

    We have all heard the empty promises from diet companies, so it’s no surprise that the liquid amino diet follows in the footsteps of the others. Convenient, small and compact amino drops Different Phases of healthy eating included in the programCONS Not a healthy fix for sustainable weight loss Questionable science behind the ingredients False promises of losing weight at unhealthy rates

    Pros

    • Convenient, small and compact amino drops
    • Different Phases of healthy eating included in the program

    Cons

    • Costly
    • Not a healthy fix for sustainable weight loss
    • Questionable science behind the ingredients
    • False promises of losing weight at unhealthy rates

    Ratings in depth

    • Effectiveness
    • Scientific Backing
    • Customer Reviews
    • Customer Support
    • Money Back Guarantee
    2.4 10 Bad

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    Information on this website is not to replace the advise of the doctor, but rather for general education purposes. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease and should not be considered as medical advice. Always consult your doctor before starting any diet or taking any dietary supplements.

    Articles, reviews and investigations are our own opinion, and written based on the information publicly available or simply contacting the companies. We try our best to stay up to date with constantly changing information. If you find any information inaccurate, please email us, we’ll verify for accuracy and update it.

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    References

    Liquid Amino Diet – Diet Review. (2013, April 14). Retrieved December 27, 2015, from https://www.dietsinreview.com/diets/liquid-amino-diet/
    Weight Loss Program. (2015, October 30). Retrieved November 27, 2015, from https://www.liquidaminodiet.com/weight-loss-program/
    Hall, L. (2012, October 13). Liquid Amino Diet Review – ConsumersKnowBest.org. Retrieved November 27, 2015, from https:// ConsumersKnowBest .org/liquid-amino-diet-review/.
    Jensen, E. (2014, January 14). Liquid Amino Diet Review – ConsumersKnowBest .org. Retrieved November 27, 2015, from https://www.consumerhealthdigest.com/weight-loss-reviews/liquid-amino-diet.html21

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    Lauren Jones

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    Plexus Slim Review

    ...this company is just another multi-level marketing business looking to make the big bucks...

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    Summary

    Pros

    • Can be mixed with water making it convenient
    • Claims to be safe for diabetics

    Ratings in depth

    • Effectiveness
    • Scientific Backing
    • Customer Reviews
    • Customer Support
    • Money Back Guarantee
    2 10 Bad

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    Lauren Jones

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    Optifast Review

    Optifast is an intensive liquid diet, and intended only for the extremely obese...

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    Summary

    Founded in 1974 by the Novartis Medical Nutrition Corporation, Optifast was born. Patients lose weight on the program Medical support staff Encourages healthy lifestyle changes CONS An all liquid diet for 26 weeks Not suited for a majority of the people seeking to lose weight Expensive Bad taste of drinks have been reported by some

    Pros

    • Patients lose weight on the program
    • Medical support staff
    • Encourages healthy lifestyle changes

    Cons

    • Expensive
    • An all liquid diet for 26 weeks
    • Not suited for a majority of the people seeking to lose weight
    • Bad taste of drinks have been reported by some

    Ratings in depth

    • Effectiveness
    • Scientific Backing
    • Customer Reviews
    • Customer Support
    • Money Back Guarantee
    5.6 10 Average

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    Lauren Jones

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    Food Lovers Diet Review

    It is overpriced, and you can get the basics just by looking online...

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    • Scientific Backing
    • Customer Reviews
    • Customer Support
    • Money Back Guarantee
    3.8 10 Bad

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    Lauren Jones

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    Isagenix Review

    This multi-level marketing company has done a good job becoming a well-known entity throughout the world...

    Review overview

    Summary

    Isagenix is a multi-level marketing business that aims to sign individuals up to be brand ambassadors. Established brand Higher sugar content makes products taste better Isagenix provides a way to make money. CONS Extremely Expensive Does not set you up for long term weight loss A slim 30-day Money Back Guarantee Hard to find clinical research Not the cleanest products to consume

    Pros

    • Established brand
    • Higher sugar content makes products taste better
    • Isagenix provides a way to make money.

    Cons

    • Extremely Expensive
    • Does not set you up for long term weight loss
    • A slim 30-day Money Back Guarantee
    • Hard to find clinical research
    • Not the cleanest products to consume

    Ratings in depth

    • Effectiveness
    • Scientific Backing
    • Customer Reviews
    • Customer Support
    • Money Back Guarantee
    3.1 10 Bad

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    Lauren Jones

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    Seattle Sutton Diet Review

    This program does it all for you, which does not prepare the individual to be healthy on their own...

    Review overview

    Summary

    The Seattle Sutton Healthy Eating Diet was founded in 1985 by Seattle Sutton.

    Pros

    • A convenient way to eat healthy
    • Encourages exercise
    • Low calorie meals help the customer lose weight

    Cons

    • Expensive
    • Does not teach the customer to cook healthy for themselves
    • The menus are non-customizable
    • Customer’s frequent complaints of freshness, and taste
    • No money back guarantees
    • Encourages exercise with no guidance

    Ratings in depth

    • Effectiveness
    • Scientific Backing
    • Customer Reviews
    • Customer Support
    • Money Back Guarantee
    4 10 Average

    This program is a meal delivery service, and the customer will not set foot in their kitchen. All meals are pre-made at a facility, and shipped out weekly. You receive 21 meals per week, and you do not get to choose the meals. In 2006 the company was catering to 8,100 clients and in 2015 their numbers have dwindled to 3,000 clients. If you like to cook, or enjoy having the freedom to go to the grocery store, this program is not for you! Because this is essentially a meal delivery service, it is very costly for one individual.

    Seattle Sutton Diet Claims

    The Seattle Sutton Healthy Eating organization claims that all of their food is made fresh, and will last up to five days in your refrigerator. They also claim you can mix and match your meals to any hour of the day. Their main concern is calories in vs. calories out. Lastly, the company claims that they are simply a meal service program, they are not willing to counsel any of their customers in the process. This overall is not a well-rounded diet program with support, and their main focus is producing mass amounts of calorie controlled meals to ship around the country. They allow their clients to pick up their meals from facilities in Minnesota and Illinois if they live in the area, which can be a hassle for some with a busy schedule.

    Seattle Sutton Diet Scientific Backing

    It is mentioned on their website, that the overall knowledge when choosing the foods are from certified dieticians, not doctors. There have been many articles published regarding Seattle Sutton’s success but regarding the scientific backing behind the food quality itself there is little to no information. When asked about “organic” produce versus “non-organic” they replied: “Some are organic, but not all because we serve such a variety and it is not always available.” Because they are making their meals in bulk, they are going to try and cut down on costs anywhere they can.

    Is Seattle Sutton Diet Effective?

    Because the environment of this program is so controlled, yes it has worked for many. It will take discipline to strictly eat the meals provided to you. The customer has the option to choose between a 1,200 or 2,000 traditional calorie-a-day meal plan. Or you have the option to choose a 1,200 calorie vegetarian plan. They keep it simple in this regard. If the customer stays on their meal plan only, they will surely lose weight. For one individual, the cost is roughly around $153.00 dollars for 21 meals. The problem many people have with this program, is the amount of food being either too small (1,200 calories) or too much (2,000 calories). There were also complaints of a “meat overload” in each dish before they added in a vegetarian plan.

    Does Seattle Sutton Diet Have Side Effects?

    There are no known negative side effects from this eating program. Some complaints have been around the freshness and quality of the meals, and the inability to choose what meals you receive. This program serves the same meals to all of their clients, with a 5 week rotating menu. The customer base is aimed towards people who are unable to cook for themselves due to health constraints, diabetes, heart disease, or the inability to drive. One client claimed that she was sick and tired of meat in every one of her meals, and after the program has not been able to eat Turkey.

    What Is Seattle Sutton Diet Support Like?

    The Seattle Sutton organization are not counselors, but they do provide a blog for the customers to read through with tips. Overall their social media activity was low, and there little to no participation from their followers. When calling into their support line they were helpful and ready to answer any questions that I had. No complaints, as they were easy to get ahold of. Their business is straight forward on the website, but be mindful that once you order there is a no money back guarantee on the meals.

    The Bottom Line

    Overall, this meal delivery program fits the mold for some individuals who are unable to cook for themselves. This program does it all for you, which does not prepare the individual to be healthy on their own. The meals are strict, and you are unable to choose what you eat. There is nothing dangerous regarding this eating program, however it is very expensive for one person alone. With their non-refund policy and expensive meal plans, this program caters to only a select group of people.

    Review overview

    Summary

    The Seattle Sutton Healthy Eating Diet was founded in 1985 by Seattle Sutton.

    Pros

    • A convenient way to eat healthy
    • Encourages exercise
    • Low calorie meals help the customer lose weight

    Cons

    • Expensive
    • Does not teach the customer to cook healthy for themselves
    • The menus are non-customizable
    • Customer’s frequent complaints of freshness, and taste
    • No money back guarantees
    • Encourages exercise with no guidance

    Ratings in depth

    • Effectiveness
    • Scientific Backing
    • Customer Reviews
    • Customer Support
    • Money Back Guarantee
    4 10 Average

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    Lauren Jones

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