|Weight Loss Programs: Science VS. Hype|
Warning signs a program is more hype than science:
Diet excludes food groups
Focuses on a single food, supplement or potion
Promises super quick weightloss
Proof is based solely on testimonials no research provided
Sounds too good to be true
How to spot a scam weightloss program:
Requires purchase of proprietary products
Relies on "before" and "after" pictures
|My Herbalife "Before" Photo|
|My Herbalife "After" Photo|
I probably could have taken my $10,000 went to Pritikin's All-Inclusive Health Resort Program for 2 weeks for the cost of about $9,300.00 single occupancy for the Spring Program.
The All-Inclusive Pritikin Program includes
Two factors set Pritikin apart from other health resorts:
I am a foodie who loves to take photos of food wherever I am dining or around food. I saw myself in this funny video Hungry (Happy Parody) by Taylor Moore.
As you can see by my video I love chocolate desserts.
This is a sample recipe that one might learn to prepare at a Pritikin Cooking Class.
InstructionsAccording to the infographic Pritikin Weightloss Program is much more effective than the Herbalife program that I spent $10,000 on to lose weight.
The Science of Weight-Loss Infographic by pritikin.com Tags:INFOGRAPHICWEIGHT LOSS
|Official Pritikin Longevity Center 35th Anniversary Blogger|