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  • That's NOT healthy living, and I was disappointed when I received it (it's only available online) only to discover that it doesn't promote healhty living in any real way
  • So, I used it for a week, noticed that I was more full, but there was no way I was going to keep investing in these bars on a continuous, and expensive, basis, only to find that I'm still eating chocolate because it does nothing to teach you a healthy lifestyle
  • Luckily, I like food far too much to fall into that trap


    • by Anasuya
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      I’ll start off by saying that this product is ridiculously priced, at $25 for a 12 bar pack. And it comes with some seriously massive claims that it is the solution to weight loss problems and you can eat until you’re full. Why? Because you’re full much more quickly while using these bars. Basically, the inventors compare it to weight loss surgery, such as bariatric surgery, in which the size of the stomach is lessened to deter over eating, only you get the same results, supposedly, without the painful surgery which requires a lengthy recovery time. You’re supposed to eat a bar, with a large glass of water, thirty minutes before your two biggest meals of the day. Basically, this one box of bars, for $25 will only last you a week. That means you’re investing $100 a month for a hunger suppressant. It’s supposedly developed by a weight loss surgeon, and is only 180 calories, which is better than most meal-replacement bars on the market. All natural ingredients, so it says, and tastes great, so it says. Tests have shown that 95% of the

      people who have used this product lost an average of 11.5 pounds in three months.

      Really? Three months for 11.5 lbs. If you eat right and exercise, you can lose that amount for free. But, because I’ve see-sawed for many years a while back, I was at a desperate point in my life and wanted a get-thin-free card and an easy product that wouldn’t require calorie counting, watching my carbs or any of the other hassles that go along with diets. And I stress the word “diet”. I’ve learned the hard way that no diet is satisfying, because the minute you stop using the product or following the diet, you gain all the weight back. You have to make a conscious effort to change your life forever, and make smart choices from one day to the next without falling back into the routine of bad habits. This can be excrutiatingly difficult, but it CAN be done if you have the will power and if you’ve reached rock bottom with your weight. I discovered that this bar is a cop-out and promotes laziness and bad eating habits.


      • It’s basically telling you that you can eat whatever you want whenever you want, but you’ll just eat less. That’s NOT healthy living, and I was disappointed when I received it (it’s only available online) only to discover that it doesn’t promote healhty living in any real way. It’s high in carbs and bascially they are empty carbs in the end.

        They did, I admit, fill me up when most bars that claim to do the same thing do not, but they aren’t very tasty. Since my personal weakness, and the cause of my weight problems, happens to be a constant addiction to chocolate (most specifically Reeses Peanut Butter Cups, which are the devil’s creation me thinks), it certainly doesn’t curb any cravings. Though it filled me up, when I was eating, it was mostly junk, because I needed a healthy alternative to chocolate, and since these bars didn’t come with any real applicable guidelines for healthy eating, you’re left to your own devices thinking you can eat whatever you want and you’ll still lose weight. Let me reiterate my previous point. You can NOT lose

        weight with this method. Not keep it off anyway. So, I used it for a week, noticed that I was more full, but there was no way I was going to keep investing in these bars on a continuous, and expensive, basis, only to find that I’m still eating chocolate because it does nothing to teach you a healthy lifestyle. It’s promoted as an easy fix and it seems to promote negative starvation-type habits which can be dangerous for people who have these tendencies. Luckily, I like food far too much to fall into that trap. So, if I were you, stay away from this product. It’s unhealthy, and the carbs are bad for you, even if there aren’t a lot of calories per bar. They are rather bland in taste and really, there just doesn’t seem to be any benefit to eating them. I’ve found cheaper and tastier alternatives that are actually healthier and come with systems that help you learn to live healthier all around. Try slim fast protein bars, and their online weight loss system. This product is practically a hoax in my book.




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