It is tempting to look for a magic bullet when it comes to weight loss. This is one of my fails.
After my littlest one was born, it took about 6 months for all of my clothes to fit again, but I was still up a few pounds. For my birthday, I ordered a month of this meal plan. I thought if I lost 5 pounds, it would be worth the cost-$150.
I lost 2 lbs. in a month and the food was horrible. I think there were a few meal bars that were okay, but all of the food had the same underlying flavor. I am not sure what it was, but it reminded me of the after taste of a lot of protein powders. You eat their food and add in your own fresh vegetables. I think it would have been easier to just eat the food they gave you. But I tried to make sure I ate all my veggies. I had been sick and hadn't been working out like I needed to lose weight. I figured that if I could eat right, I would finally lose the last of my baby weight.
I ordered from QVC. They have a 30 day money back guarantee and I could have gotten my money back, but I ate the food and didn't succeed and felt like I should still pay. I should have gotten my money back. I am sure it could work. Maybe I didn't have enough weight to lose? That is not the truth, but it is easier to lose the first ten lbs. than it is the last 10 lbs. I cannot recommend this food program.
Have you tried any diet meal plans or groups?