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Has anyone done, or looked into this? What does it entail? Is it pricey?
I need a program of some kind to keep me on track...
i will be following this thread! ive been thinking of ringing them myself.
wheres the motivation gone?????
I can't remember EXACTLY, but I did have a little look into it before I decided on Lite n Easy.
From what I remember, they're fairly expensive, and have up-front costs, as well as ongoing costs... plus a few 'hidden extras' that they try to sell you (like healthy food bars and stuff).
Here's one of the things I discovered online for you...
L.A. Weight Loss Review
L.A. Weight Loss Centers program is based on reduced calories along with nutrition bars and supplements, behavior modification, and personal counseling. They focus aggressively on selling LA Weight Loss brand nutrition bars and supplements. By all accounts the bars and supplements are very expensive and are basically required purchases if guarantees of success are to take effect.
LA Weight Loss bills itself as a unique combination of regular foods and personalized one-on-one counseling, this program is not all that different from many others. In fact, it's the same strategy expert dietitians use when they work with weight-loss clients. Trouble is, these aren't dietitians giving the expensive advice, but counselors who are paid based on the sales of supplements and snack bars at their particular weight loss center. Based on emails and comments we have received for LA Weight Loss, there are considerable differences between individual centers and counselors. With commissions involved, you can't help but wonder about the quality of their advice.
Also, watch out for hidden costs, such as their supplements and snack bars. This can make fees much higher than advertised. In fact, they have settled out of court on a case alleging they falsely advertised the cost of their program. Sensible dieting and exercise is still the only way to lose weight permanently. Find an easy diet or choose one of our recommended weight loss programs for structure and support. Add routine exercise and you have all the ingredients for success.
Also found out that upfront costs are around the $1000 mark... and you're locked in to a contract for, on average, 1.5 years...
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