Lipozene, a drug marketed by the Obesity Research Institute, is nothing more than insoluable fiber that forms a gel in the stomach and gives a full feeling. The one ingredient in this product is glucosamann, a wonderful weight loss ingredient. However, Lipozene was originally sold at nearly $90 per bottle containing 30 capsules! Many consumers who bought the product sued the manufacturer claiming false advertising and WON! Since then, Lipozene has been forced to drop its one month supply price down to $29.95 and stop making the claims that their product was only for the morbidly obese because it worked so efficiently. Lipozene promised its users a 30lb weight loss within the first month…no wonder it was so attractive! Who wouldn’t pay that much to loose significant weight in a month?
NutriSystem, on the other hand, has a glycemic correct nutrition plan that will provide its users a menu they can choose meals from to be delivered directly to their homes! How cool is that? No more cooking, measuring, special foods to buy! Portion correct and prepared just for the user at a nominal fee of approximately $76 dollars per week! How much do you spend on meals per week?
eDiets.com, another cyberdiet web site, provides not only wonderful diet tools for the do-it-yourself-at-home dieter, there is an entire community to provide support, share stories of both success and not-so-good choices, as well as recommending fitness and exercise plans that can be done at a gym, with fitness equipment in the home and promotes training programs like Curves circuit training.
No matter who is using cyberdiet, the results may vary. Using Cyberdiet does not take into account several very important weight loss factors. Each one of us is different and has different caloric intake needs based on physical activities levels, among other factors. What might be right for one person using cyberdiet, may not be right for another person using cyberdiet. Carefully check with a doctor to make sure you are not putting yourself at risk following the cyberdiet plan you choose. Make sure that the plan makes common sense, does not require any risky medical activity and supports an overall lifestyle change. Addressing one area without the support of all areas usually will end up in diet failure causing the user to loose interest and motivation more quickly than a plan that implements diet AND exercise. Remember, this is a long term lifestyle change that will ensure success for many years to come.