Dr. Bo’s Diet Review
What You Should Know
Dr. Bo’s Diet is a weight loss program that is custom tailored to meet the needs of the individual. Dr. Bo has a team of doctors, nutritionists, and other medical professionals on his side to help each patient come up with a plan that will work for them, regardless of how much weight they have to lose. Dr. Bo is a medical director over an emergency department. He is also certified in Emergency Medicine, and is recognized all over the United States as a physician. The program says you will lose “up to 30 pounds in 30 days, guaranteed!” We will take a closer look at the program and the science behind it to determine if it is a viable weight loss option.
List of Ingredients
Dr. Bo’s Diet is not a supplement, and therefore does not have an ingredient list.
The program can’t really be detailed until you speak to a professional with Dr. Bo, because it requires information about your medical history, weight, and goals. Generally speaking, the program addresses diet by giving you a very specific list of food, portion sizes, cooking methods, and a schedule for when to eat so there is no guesswork. Depending on the patient, certain medications may also be prescribed to assist with weight loss. All risks and side effects of said medication will be provided before the decision to take the medicine is made. Each person who uses this program will also be given a doctor and a weight loss specialist who will preside over the weight loss regimen to ensure the patient is healthy throughout the entire journey.
- The program uses a medical staff to supervise their patients.
- The program is custom tailored to each individual.
- There is no information about price listed on the website. Given the nature of the program, we believe it could be pricey and potential out of reach for many people who could benefit from it.
- Though there are testimonials on the website, the photos look visibly altered.
- There is a money back guarantee offered, but we are not sure how well they honor it.
Dr. Bo’s Diet seems like an excellent approach to weight loss. After all, who wouldn’t want a doctor and nutritionist specifically assigned to them for help with weight loss? The problem is, with individualized plans, there’s no way to really know about the plan without inquiring first, and without pricing information, there’s really no way to tell if you can afford the program. While we certainly advocate a balanced diet and regular exercise program, we also recommend the use of a proven fat burner or appetite suppressant to help accelerate your efforts.