Appetizer Diet Review
What You Should Know
The Appetizer Diet is a group of meal replacement shakes and cookies, developed by the Vitamark company. They are designed as a weight loss aid for those who want to do a healthy total meal replacement weight loss plan, or for those who want to use them to reduce the overall amount of food they eat without feeling hungry, to help reach their weight loss goals. We will take a closer look at these products to determine how well the will work.
List of Ingredients
The Appetizer Diet shakes contain: Whey protein, Cocoa powder, Carob gum, Guar gum, Acacia gum, Sea salt, Low glycemic monosaccharide, Natural vanilla powder, and Low glycemic lohan fruit concentrate.
The Appetizer Diet shakes and cookies were developed to help you reach your weight loss goals by having a cookie or a shake before a meal so you feel fuller on less food and can eat less without feeling hungry. They are also designed to serve as a total meal replacement to help you reduce the amount you eat without feeling hungry. The shakes and cookies are made with high fiber, and the protein will help convert into muscle rather than fat. If you want to mix a shake, simply combine a scoop of the mix with a 12 ounce glass of water and stir or shake vigorously and then drink immediately. You should have a shake 15 to 45 minutes prior to a meal if you want to use it as an appetizer. If you want to sue the product as a complete meal replacement option, you should drink a shake and eat a cookie. We do not recommend replacing three meals a day with this product, as this could harm your nutritional intake.
- The Appetizer Diet products are high in fiber so you are left feeling fuller longer.
- These are a cost effective solution in comparison to similar products.
- The Appetizer Diet is hard to do in total meal replacement form.
- There are no dietary or exercise recommendations to accompany the product.
- Some customers say these are not enough to keep you feeling full.
- There is no documented proof that these products are able to keep you feeling full.
The Appetizer Diet could be a good way to help you reach your weight loss goals, but we do not recommend it for total meal replacement. Not only is this hard to do, bit you could rob yourself of vital nutrition necessary for your body to function, which could backfire and ruin your weight loss efforts. If you use these, we recommend making them an appetizer before eating a reduced calorie balanced diet. Then, add in a low impact regular exercise program and you are sure to see weight loss results.