NutriMost - New Diet Scam
Vivi-Indy

Fishers, IN

#86 Aug 2, 2014
This program has been great! I've been on the program for 38 days and have lost 20 lbs. Hair and nails are better than when I started.
I've never been a smoker, but have had problems with sinus and coughing but since I've been on Nutrimost, no more cough and sinus post nasal drip.
My husband and I did this together, he has lost 25 lbs. Of course we miss some of our favorite foods while on this program --bread, pasta, but we are not hungry. We have learned to season our food and eat healthily.
This is NOT a scam. The program recommends certain skin products that have no oil, it is up to the you whether you purchase them or not. These products are not sold by NutriMost, I bought baking soda tooth paste and Oil free face cream at my local drug store. It is so encouraging to wake up everyday and see the weight go down.
I would recommend this to anyone who is serious about losing fat.
Vivi-Indy

Fishers, IN

#87 Aug 2, 2014
Ann wrote:
There was a full page ad in the Johnson City Press this week touting NutriMost, It advertises no drugs, etc., etc. and alleges a weight loss of between 20-40 pounds in 40 days. I researched this diet online, and you are limited to 500 calories per day, and you take supplements sold by the company. From testimonials I read this plan is very expensive. One man alleged he spent $1,800.00 on the diet. It reminds me of the HCG diet, 500 calories per day, etc. 500 calories is not enough to maintain brain function, and you are ravenous, and unable to do much of anything. The desperate may fall for this, but will not be able to stay on this low calorie diet and the weight will come back very quickly. Weight Watchers is still the best diet around, healthy, not starvation, and your food choices are not limited.
This is NOT a scam. The supplements are not extra cost,but given as part of the program.
It is so much more than a diet of 500 calories a day. I've been on it 38 days and have lost
20 lbs. I'm not hungry and have learned to season my food and eat healthily. To me it is
well worth the cost. I've tried other systems before, Nutrsystem, Weight Watchers, both
were only okay. This program is worth it--anyone can commit to 40 days. I'm 5'6 and started out at 161 lbs and now I'm down to 141. This is fat loss, not water. It is wonderful to wake up each day and see the weight go down. I highly recommend this for anyone who wants to
lose fat. It is a wonderful program--much more than a diet!
Joan in Pennsylvania

Fairview, PA

#88 Aug 3, 2014
Mary in Michigan wrote:
I went to a local chiropractor (Detroit Metro area) that sold this plan for $1600. Since I was stuck at 174 lb.(60 yr. old) and had the disposable income, I bought the program. They sold it to me, however, BEFORE they explained that you are limited to 500-700 cal. plus you had to buy a whole array of personal care products that didn't have certain ingredients (oil, etc.). They didn't sell the products, but it was even more expensive because I had to buy lipsticks, face cream, deodorant, and even shampoo/conditioner that met their requirements (they give you a list of acceptable products), They said you couldn't even touch oil or it would make you plateau in your weight-loss. They also said this program was UNFORGIVING: You couldn't fall off the wagon for a day and get back on.
After 24 days on the plan and still being hungry (they said because you are burning fat, you won't be hungry; not so!), and not consistently losing weight for all my efforts, I decided to follow Dr. Oz's 14 day weight-loss plan instead. My girlfriend lost as much weight in 2 weeks as I did in 3 weeks with a lot less restrictions (personal care products) and investment.
I must say, however, that the plan did give me the support I needed to get off my sugar cravings. Was it worth $1600 though? No; don't invest. Follow Dr. Oz instead; Search for: DR. OZ’S TWO-WEEK RAPID WEIGHT LOSS PLAN.
BTW, they say the "guarantee" the 20-40 lbs. weight loss on the Nutrimost plan, but that guarantee is NOT a money-back guarantee. IF you follow everything they say, they will let you do the plan AGAIN for the 40 days. That's IF you don't fall off the wagon at all by eating or doing something they don't recommend. BUT, who wants to starve for another 40 days? No thanks.
Thank you for posting your review regarding Nutrimost plan, it saved me (and others as well I am sure) from investing in a weight loss plan where the cost vs. benefit is definitely skewed.
Tommy

Imperial, PA

#89 Aug 3, 2014
This is a great plan if you stick to the rules. You complainers on here have no discipline to follow a plan like this. You have to eat your junk no matter what. You rip this plan cause you don't want people to lose weight. You want them to be like you. A " chronic " complainer who uses lame excuses instead of doing something to change your life. You know you can't stop eating at the " all you can eat " places, so why bother trying? You will never lose any weight, because you have a condition known by experts as " The appetite of the Beast " It is a unholy Curse! Congrats to those who are trying! Don't listen to the Beasts! They are doomed!
maryellen

Latrobe, PA

#90 Aug 4, 2014
you can't live on 500 to 700 calories a day you can't function right I think this is a money making scam - as soon as you get off of it you start to eat and before you know it you will be back to your old self and if you have to sty on it for life they are making the money off of you
Claudia

United States

#91 Aug 4, 2014
leeeetzah wrote:
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you obviously haven't done your homework on the NutriMost system. IF you had, you'd not be saying such "bizarre' things! I feel great actually... I'm eating clean, losing weight, transforming my metabolism and becoming a better me. I'm thinking YOU might be one of those people that just needs another excuse to find something wrong... instead of find something RIGHT! Do the research... all science.... finally a diet that helps you lose weight fast so you are motivated NOT to give up like most other diets... and driven to keep it off! What could possibly be wrong with this!? Seriously!?


I just started, I agree with you. Motivation is right..I'm looking forward to seeing much less of me very soon!
robbed and dissappointed

New York, NY

#92 Aug 4, 2014
OVER $2,197 is the only thing you WILL LOOSE with the Nutrimost Diet. Don’t spend or waste your money and don’t buy into financing…it is not worth it!!! Anyone can loose weight on a 500 to 700 calorie diet.
Jennifer

Denver, CO

#93 Aug 4, 2014
Beth wrote:
Following this program I was able to reverse my type 2 diabetes and get off of that medicine. Nothing else worked before. Scam or not I am a believer
Hello Beth. I was on this program. If you've read the comments before you started the program you wont't have to pay so much money to reverse of diabetes .
Just stop sweets and carbs consumption, reduce calories intake and your blood sugar drops significantly. Simple like this.
People read before you start program
Jennifer

Denver, CO

#94 Aug 4, 2014
robbed and dissappointed wrote:
OVER $2,197 is the only thing you WILL LOOSE with the Nutrimost Diet. Don’t spend or waste your money and don’t buy into financing…it is not worth it!!! Anyone can loose weight on a 500 to 700 calorie diet.
Agreed. Just would like to add anyone can reverse diabetes type 2 on such diet.
Jennifer

Denver, CO

#95 Aug 4, 2014
Laura wrote:
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Tell me how getting a refund works for you. After 7 days I was so sick wanted to go to the emergency room. They said sorry you signed a contract that says no refunds, I must have missed that. I cannot believe I am the only one that got this sick on the plan, and they didn't know what to do with me. I thought this was suppose to be monitored by a doctor. I never talked to any doctor.
Hello Laura. If you do a research and prove that the program is not conducted properly you can go after them.
For instance; they should provide consultation and supervision, customised food plan and so on ...
I am going to get my money back because by hormones are totally out of balance after the program and my doc is not able to explain any ZYTO report I paid for. Good luck
sweetjunie

Burnsville, NC

#96 Aug 5, 2014
look in the mirror as you eat if that dont do it keep on pigging out fat .ss
sweetjunie

Burnsville, NC

#97 Aug 5, 2014
anybody want to go get a deep dish pepperoni pizza with extra cheese lmao
clg

Stephens City, VA

#98 Aug 5, 2014
Andy wrote:
My wife is on the diet and is committed to it. One thing about it that drives me crazy is she absolutely believes if ANY type of oil touches her skin it will stop the weight loss. Can anyone prove or disprove this? It sounds so ridiculous.
I wondered about this myself. Also, I noticed that the 3 bottles that I received, all have the same ingredients. Supposedly, they are magically infused by a light through the bottle???
Can anyone explain this?
pam m

Latrobe, PA

#99 Aug 6, 2014
people don't be so stupid if it sounds t good to true well it is
sure if you just want them to get rich go ahead spend your money
Teri

Drexel Hill, PA

#100 Aug 6, 2014
Ann wrote:
There was a full page ad in the Johnson City Press this week touting NutriMost, It advertises no drugs, etc., etc. and alleges a weight loss of between 20-40 pounds in 40 days. I researched this diet online, and you are limited to 500 calories per day, and you take supplements sold by the company. From testimonials I read this plan is very expensive. One man alleged he spent $1,800.00 on the diet. It reminds me of the HCG diet, 500 calories per day, etc. 500 calories is not enough to maintain brain function, and you are ravenous, and unable to do much of anything. The desperate may fall for this, but will not be able to stay on this low calorie diet and the weight will come back very quickly. Weight Watchers is still the best diet around, healthy, not starvation, and your food choices are not limited.
Wish I would have found this before I spent the money - I lost 8 lbs in 11 days and then stopped - I am very hungry and feel like an idiot - I did it to help my blood pressure - which 8 lbs on my small frame has lowered it from 142/96 to 126/82 - was that worth $1600 - NO! I am sure it helps get people started but you could do the HCG diet (which this is!) at any other "MedSpa" and pay $300 for the same results. It is sad that there are people that prey on the desperate and promise them things that they can't deliver - no wonder there is not a money back guarantee - if it was that great - they would not be afraid of it.
Teri

Drexel Hill, PA

#101 Aug 6, 2014
Wish I would have found this before I spent the money - I lost 8 lbs in 11 days and then stopped - I am very hungry and feel like an idiot - I did it to help my blood pressure - which 8 lbs on my small frame has lowered it from 142/96 to 126/82 - was that worth $1600 - NO! I am sure it helps get people started but you could do the HCG diet (which this is!) at any other "MedSpa" and pay $300 for the same results. It is sad that there are people that prey on the desperate and promise them things that they can't deliver - no wonder there is not a money back guarantee - if it was that great - they would not be afraid of it.
Crystal

Virginia Beach, VA

#102 Aug 6, 2014
I just finished round one of this diet and lost 27 pounds in 40 days! I am now in the reset phase eating over 2000 calories a day and am NOT gaining the weight back. I feel better than I have felt in years. If you don't understand what resonant frequency technology is then you don't understand how this diet and the supplements work. Is is expensive? Yes. Is it extremely strict? Yes. If you cheat, you will not be successful. It is only for 40 days, and for that short period of time the body can withstand the extreme change. If you decide to do another round of treatment you have to maintain your weight loss for 3-4 weeks to reset your metabolism--and you eat healthy regular food that you buy at the supermarket and cook yourself the ENTIRE TIME--even during the reduce phase. If you haven't done the research and gone through the orientation to find out exactly what you will be doing and how it works, then you won't understand this program. And no, I do not work for NutriMost. Congrats to those of you who were successful and continued good luck in the future!
Study some law

Manchester, TN

#103 Aug 6, 2014
I just cut out the mt. Dew and cokes for about (went from 4 to 1 a day) a month and dropped 10 pounds, surprise, surprise...
Ann wrote:
There was a full page ad in the Johnson City Press this week touting NutriMost, It advertises no drugs, etc., etc. and alleges a weight loss of between 20-40 pounds in 40 days. I researched this diet online, and you are limited to 500 calories per day, and you take supplements sold by the company. From testimonials I read this plan is very expensive. One man alleged he spent $1,800.00 on the diet. It reminds me of the HCG diet, 500 calories per day, etc. 500 calories is not enough to maintain brain function, and you are ravenous, and unable to do much of anything. The desperate may fall for this, but will not be able to stay on this low calorie diet and the weight will come back very quickly. Weight Watchers is still the best diet around, healthy, not starvation, and your food choices are not limited.
Jennifer

Denver, CO

#104 Aug 6, 2014
clg wrote:
<quoted text>
I wondered about this myself. Also, I noticed that the 3 bottles that I received, all have the same ingredients. Supposedly, they are magically infused by a light through the bottle???
Can anyone explain this?

I was on this NutriMost and still trying to get answers. Ask your doc who sells this product and find out he is clueless as well. Will you trust a doctor who does not have an expertise in the product he is selling? For what are you paying?
Jennifer

Denver, CO

#105 Aug 6, 2014
Crystal wrote:
I just finished round one of this diet and lost 27 pounds in 40 days! I am now in the reset phase eating over 2000 calories a day and am NOT gaining the weight back. I feel better than I have felt in years. If you don't understand what resonant frequency technology is then you don't understand how this diet and the supplements work. Is is expensive? Yes. Is it extremely strict? Yes. If you cheat, you will not be successful. It is only for 40 days, and for that short period of time the body can withstand the extreme change. If you decide to do another round of treatment you have to maintain your weight loss for 3-4 weeks to reset your metabolism--and you eat healthy regular food that you buy at the supermarket and cook yourself the ENTIRE TIME--even during the reduce phase. If you haven't done the research and gone through the orientation to find out exactly what you will be doing and how it works, then you won't understand this program. And no, I do not work for NutriMost. Congrats to those of you who were successful and continued good luck in the future!
It is a misleading statement. I was on NutriMost and yes, you lose weight because you are on strict 500 calories intake diet and don't consume sweets, carbs, and fats. Your brain gets desperate and goes after your body fat. After 40 days you do not go back and eat everything you want. During the program you learn how to eat right and make changes in your diet. Is it worth so much money unless you need to be motivated and committed for this reason? There is no refund. Do you know why? Because people realise they have been scammed.

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