7 Step Diet Review
What You Should Know
Many people look for good diets online to see if they can be aided in their weight loss goals. However, they often find it difficult to pick the best diet because there are many that don’t match and contradict each other. There are many diets that are fads, eliminating food groups or starving by not eating the recommended amount of calories per day. Because of this, we’ve decided to take a look at the 7 Step Diet, a program that promises to help people lose a pound a day for 30 days. The first thing we must say is that programs that claim a certain result in a certain time are often misleading and no one diet plan will work for everyone the same way because our bodies are different.
List of Ingredients
The ingredients in 7-DFB consist of Potassium Gluconate, Chromium Polynicotinate, Caffeine Anyhdrous, Psyllium Husk, Oat Bran Fiber, Barley Rice Fiber, Apple Pectin, Fennel Seed, Glucomannan, Flax Seed Powder, and Dandelion Root, Uva Ursi, Cranberry,Buchu Leaves Alfalfa, Juniper Berries,Garlic,Ginger Root, Parsley, Root,Parsley,Goldenseal, Mint Leaf, Red Raspberry Leaf, Lemon Peel, Hawthorn Berries, Red Clover Leaf, Burdock Root, Irish Moss, Aloe Vera, Cayenne Pepper, Sage, Noni, Mangosteen, Pomegranate.
The 7 Step Diet is created by compiling a list of meal plans that are tailored specifically to the customer’s metabolism and needs. Generally, specific foods are to be eaten at specific times of the day to achieve the greatest effect. Also, there is an exercise outline included. Every day of the week for a single month is mapped out. The pricing of this product is a bit on the expensive side. For the first six weeks, a customer would pay a single fee of $29.95. After that, it costs $9.95 per month. If people decide to stick with this plan for a long time it will become expensive. We believe that a good diet and exercise while important is aided by a thermogenic product as well. Unfortunately the program recommends no such product.
- The meals and exercise plans are individually tailored to fit a specific person’s needs. More diets need to take this approach.
- The website for this program has plenty of positive testimonials that assert from present members and people who no longer need the diet.
- There is no mention anywhere of dietary supplements which can potentially be a good aid to any weight loss program.
- There is little specific information about diets on the website, but that’s likely because there can be no one specific one that will be effective. To get the full amount of information, users have to pay fees which aren’t listed anywhere on the website.
We appreciate the fact that diet and exercise plans are tailored to specific needs. However, we think it could end up becoming expensive to try this program over a long period of time. It would be best to try the 6 weeks first and then continue if satisfied. Also, look for a good dietary supplement when using the 7 Step Diet.