My Personal Product Reviews
This section includes weight loss programs and products that I have tried and experienced success with.
Let’s face it – all diet and exercise programs claim that they work. Even if the program has worked for others there may be something about the program that is not sustainable for your lifestyle. Once you revert back to your old ways, the weight is likely to return. A weight loss program is only truly successful if you can keep it up for the rest of your life.
There are millions of products available within the weight loss industry and sadly it’s only through trying something that you figure out what works and what doesn’t. As you probably already know there are plenty of false claims and scams out there and most of the time it’s not free to try these products so you must determine if it’s worth the risk.
The purpose of these reviews is to help you gain some insight from my experience and the experiences of others who have already tried or are currently working with a weight loss product or program.
I don’t believe that there are any perfect weight loss products or programs. You will have to make a few sacrifices for success but the key is to figure out what works best for you and what will allow you to keep going with it long-term.
When choosing any weight loss program, exercise regimen, or weigh loss product take the time to really think about if what you are about to try or buy would really work for you. For example, if you love meat and can’t see yourself living without it – a vegan lifestyle may not be the best choice for you but a KETO or Paleo diet may work well for you. Really think about it – trying anything and everything will only waste your time and delay you in reaching your health and fitness goals.
Really do your research. Talk to friends and family who may have already tried what you are thinking about trying. Read product reviews and watch for red flags such as an aggressive sales pitch – the focus should be more on helping you achieve your goals than it is about making a sale.
Don’t let your emotions lead you when making purchasing decisions but instead focus more on if you think that the product or services would be a good fit for your life style. Even if a program is free to try – your time is still valuable. If you determine that a program would not be sustainable you, it’s probably not worth spending your time or money on it. Consistency is key.
As always, feel free to post your questions or comments below.
Wishing you health and happiness!