LA Weight Loss Centers Diet Program Review
LA Weight Loss Centers are advertised on TV. They always have a new "plan" so you are tempted to join. The plan varies slightly depending on how much weight you need to lose and if you exercise or not. The commercials state that you pay $6 - $7 a week for your diet plan and that you eat your own food. This is true. Yes, you do eat your own food, however, LA Weight Loss also sells supplements that are supposed to improve your weight loss. The LA Weight Loss diet program claims to offer weight loss of 1.5-2 pounds per week.
LA Weight Loss starts you on a high protein "Jump Start" program with an orange and a few greens for three days. After three days, they put you on a severely calorie restricted plan. You may add LA Weight Loss Center supplements which may cost you about $27 a week. Periodically, they strongly promote their juice "diet." This is basically a juice fast which involves drinking LA Weight Loss Center juice ($27 a bottle) and eating very little food for two or three days.
Joining the LA Weight Loss Centers diet program for one year costs $312 minimum. Diet supplements, juice, bars and other LA Weight Loss products are extra.
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