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La Weight Loss Diet Plan - The Pro's And Con's

If you were considering purchasing the la weight loss diet plan, please read this page first before you make a decision.

It may save you a whole lot of money because this diet plan is one of the most expensive ones on the market today. The program says that it has a low weekly fee of 5$ - 8$. However, what they don't tell you is that you have to sign up for a whole year. This may be as much as 350$ just to sign up.

The reason why it might save you money is because from many of the stories I've heard, the folks at the LA weight loss center will literally lie to you in order to get a sale.

Why is this?

Because they're in sales, and they're getting a commission for each person they sign up.

Is The LA Weight Loss Diet Plan Good

Before going on too much about the cons of this program, let me first say that the actual program itself isn't too bad. Instead of sticking to an extremely strict diet such as "no carbs" or "no fat" - they mix it up. This is great because that's how people should be eating.

Another good thing is that you get some pretty good support and consultations, which are a great thing to have if you want to lose weight. They get ongoing support and I answer any questions they have!

Another good thing about it is that they have an online account where they can go to see various things like nutrition plans, goals, etc.

But..no program is perfect.

In fact, the la weight loss diet plan is far from perfect.

What's Wrong With It?

From comparing dozens of different diets and weight loss programs I've come to understand what makes a program good, and what doesn't.

One thing I don't like very much about this program is the price. They will not tell you upfront that it will cost a lot more then the 5-8 $ weekly and from what I've heard people say the average price actually comes out to be about $1500-$2000 for a 30 week program.

That's a lot of money!

Another flaw in this program is that they push you to buy their "special protein bars". Now I don't know the ingredients to these bars but I can assure you that I'd find at least one or two ingredients that are harmful to your body - minimum.

I can make homemade protein bars for much less money and have all natural ingredients in them.

So Who Would It Be Good For?

One thing I'll admit is that if you have the money to stick with the program, you probably will lose weight.

However, I'm not sure how many families can afford an extra $1500-$2000 every 30 weeks.

The la weight loss diet plan would be great for someone who doesn't care about the money. If this is you, then great. If you've tried everything else and nothing seems to work, then maybe it will.

It's also for those who aren't knowledgeable enough to create their own nutrition and workout programs.

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