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Review of eDiets Online Weight Loss Diet Program


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Our Review of eDiets™ Online Diet Program


eDiets, the market leader in online diets, has a program based around a large diet/food information database. The program offers a wide range of personal diet options so you can personalize your diet plan to suit your preferences. You may also obtain access to a variety of other services, like forums and counselling, although some of these extra weight loss services cost extra.

eDiets Diet Program - Interactive Online Diet Plan

The eDiets web site makes good use of the interactive features of the Internet and the diet advice offered is convenient, realistic and healthy. It caters for all age groups, fitness levels and dietary preferences.

eDiets Diet Program - Cost

The basic cost for eDiets diet program is $2.99 per week; support services (eg. forum) cost an extra $1.99 per week, adding up to a total of $258 per annum. Check online for latest prices.

eDiets Diet Program - Drawbacks

  • The basic cost is not unreasonable, but at around $250 per annum if you want support, it can be expensive. For a lower-priced alternative, click Best Diet

eDiets Diet Program - Our Verdict

  • Recommended. If you have $250 to spend, it's an excellent choice.
  • If not, click Best Diet for our recommended lower-priced option.

Review Updated December 2007

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