Medical Weight Loss Clinic Review

Editor's Review: 3.3 / 5.0

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Medical Weight Loss Clinic is a virtual clinic that helps you along on your path to weight loss. You will not have to physically go anywhere to participate in this program. There are no meetings, weigh-ins, etc. An internet connection is required as you will need to log in regularly to update your weight and receive information. This diet claims to be a healthy and effective way to help you lose weight the right way and not too quickly. Slower weight loss is proven more effective in the long term. A minimum commitment of 3 months is required to join the Medical Weight Loss Clinic. Plans for two, four and six months are also offered with added incentives for joining for the longer terms.


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Medical Weight Loss Clinic offers the following virtual services: Diet Cards: This is the main feature of the program. The diet cards give you a daily chart of foods to eat for meals and snacks. Weight Chart: This allows you to see your progress toward your weight loss goal and you can even print out a chart to view at any time. Recipe Section: This area of the site will provide you with a variety of healthy recipes and they are organized easily so you can find what you need. Conversion Table: This simply converts one form of measure to another. Personal Data Chart: This will show your body mass index as well as weight loss goals so you will always know where you are on your path to weight loss. Tips and Suggestions: These are proven effective and are compiled from various people’s experiences. Newsletter: This is where you can share pictures, experiences, etc. and also read about any new information that is applicable to your diet. Chat Page: This allows you to do just what the name implies; chat. You can talk with others on the same diet; discuss ideas, results, problems, etc. You may even receive encouragement from your peers or be able to offer the same to someone else. Message Board: You can post questions or concerns here and others can answer them for you through discussion. Questions and Answers: This is simply a basic FAQ of many popular questions. Virtual Clinic Store: This is where you can purchase necessary supplements and vitamins that are vital to your weight loss success. Help: Instructions on how to follow and use the program can be found here.

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  • Medical Weight Loss Clinic’s program can be participated in from anywhere in the world.
  • The program offers online support in various forms.


  • The cost of $30 per month plus the cost of the supplements you are encouraged to purchase can be costly.
  • You must commit to the program for three months whether you are satisfied or not.


Medical Weight Loss Clinic offers a virtual program to aid in the weight loss goals of any individual. The program can be done from anywhere as you do not need to physically come in to a location to participate. The minimum commitment requirement of three months may deter some if there are doubts about joining.

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19 User Reviews about Medical Weight Loss Clinic

  • 1

    Do you have online programs my round trip would be about 50 miles the cost would be to much.


  • 2
    Dan Coley

    Is there a price list for their supplements available?


  • 3

    I have been on this program for about 18 weeks and have lost close to 70 lbs. My wife signed up at the same time, and she has not lost very much at all. While the staff tries to help her, they really have no clue whatsoever about how to help. The best they can do is make suggestions as to changing when she eats breakfast to lunch and lunch to breakfast. It is really quite pathetic that they really don’t give one the impression that they really know anything about this program. They hit a hurdle and they freeze like a deer in head lights.


  • 4

    I am currently on the MWLC and have lost 8lbs in 3 weeks. I am happy that I have lost the weight but thought that I would have lost a little more by now. The problem that I have is I paid to get into the program, then I have paid even more to by the supplements. My question is instead of buying the supplements is there any kind of supplements that we can buy at the grocery store that would be cheaper? Like Slimfast bars or Special K bars? Are they any different than the MWLC bars that they try to sell us, except for being cheaper in price? I don’t mind doing this diet but it is really hitting me in the pocketbook.


  • 5
    Richard Davis

    Beware of the online Medical Weight Loss they do not stand behind your weight loss and they rip you off. I had a 4 month program that I prepaid for, ($30 per month). After only 1 month when it was not working for me I requested a refund of the remainder of the program. They deducted all kinds of things and by the end in stead of refunding me $100 they refunded me $16. I am going to report them with the BBB and the attorney General of Michigan. Don’t be sucked in.


  • 6

    Staff and customer service is poor , atleast at michigan centers. They have bunch of trainees and they do not know much about the program. Each day you visit and every one of them will say something different. If you find that the diet plan is not working for you, no one knows how to help you. You will loose weight the first couple of weeks and they heavily push on taking their powered packaged food. They taste bad and never even close to real food. You are forced to take atleast 3 a day as a meal replacements to get their guaranteed weight loss. A box of 5 packaged- dry powdered meal costs about $16 which is pretty expensive. You can definetly find the difference of eating natural food and these packaged food. You will not loose weight if you do not take these supplements.
    I would rather go with WeightWatchers which teaches you healthy choices.


  • 7

    The company will evaluate the accessories age, condition and how easy it will be the November 18th contest between the aaron hernandez gators jersey and line coach with the Denver Broncos in the football. Autographed pair have been problems this.


  • 8

    I enrolled in this program and lost 90 lbs. in 8 months. A healthy weight loss is 1-3 pounds/week so for those looking to lose 90 lbs. in 30 days, that is very unhealthy. For those complaining that this program did not work, I have a suspicion that you not only did not follow the eating guide, but also did not add exercise to your daily life. I am extremely happy with the support I received from MWLC and I rarely purchased any nutrients, yet was given free nutrients on many occasions. The staff never pressured me to purchase nutrients or other aids. I feel that people are probably looking for a quick-fix gimmick and if that is what you seek, then search elsewhere. MWLC is a program designed to change your lifestyle entirely. It is not a get slim quick fad diet. You must change your habits. If you do so, you will lose the weight. My daughter is currently on this program and doing very well, also.



    I am sorry to say that nutrient purchase is a REQUIREMENT of the MWLC program, and a MUST for the guarantee. Now, if you present the staff with evidence that you have digestive disease such as ulcerative colitis, or irritable bowl syndrome, and are allergic to various preservatives, food colorings, and artificial sweeteners, that will pretty much remove all of the supplements as options. To program cost drops drop $700+ with nutrients down to $195. The diet they provide ABSOLUTELY does work if you follow it precisely. I lost 23 LSD in 3 months on all natural foods I prepared for myself. Yes, it is restrictive, but given my digestive issues, this is a very health way to eat. You learn proper portioning, and how to maintain your weight once you achieve your goal. Were they helpful? Oh, yes. Did they occasionally try to make an extra buck by recommending other products, yes, but it is a business, and all businesses do this. Just stick to your guns. If you cannot eat certain substances, just remind them, they do remember once they look at your chart.
    Would I go back if necessary? Yes. Would I recommend this to a friend? Absolutely. Just go in knowing that the full cost won’t be disclosed until you come in, and if you cannot tolerate the nutrients, make sure they know about you medical conditions. They do have a diet plan for this.


  • 9

    Yes it does work.


  • 10

    Do the nutrients and bars really help you to lose weight? Are they absolutely necessary?




  • 11
    getting smaller

    As you can see from above – although the staff must have medical training, they are paid a base salary of 8.50 hourly – less than minimum wage – and work on COMMISSION. With that said, I have done this for a week now and have lost 5.5 lbs so far. The diet was challenging at first – no grabbing and going – low carbs – but now its much easier. Nutrients are like 48.00 weekly and I joined for 149 for 10 weeks. I believe that this will work and that I’ll rejoin again in 10 weeks. My goal is 90 lbs in 30 days. Those of you that paid astronomical fees – I dont know – did you tell them that you had X amount to spend? They are sales people – they want you in so they can sell you stuff so the benefit to get you in at a lower cost is HUGE.


  • 12

    Hey Folks! I’m an alumni of MWLC diet and it worked for me! It has been 2 years since Ive been on it, and Im trying to loose weight from a recent pregnancy. Im looking to see if anyone on here has the receipes, or can tell me a receipe for the Salad Dressings you can make at home. I have no signed back up, as money is tight, but I have several nutrients left over and Im just going to work off that, so the recipes would be a great deal of help if anyone has any to share. Thanks!


  • 13

    I joined MWLC. First, they say lose a dollar a pound and you don’t eat either food. It cost me nearly $400 to sign up. I got these nutrients; a 1/3 I didn’t like and they wouldn’t let me exchange them. I had to do it packet by packet thru the exchange basket. Everytime I went in there, they are always have a SALE on their nutrients. What really ticked me is asking me the next day (or week) if I wanted nutrients. I just bought some!!! Felt like they were pushing those. The only thing I got was to really see what food looks like when you weight it out. I lost about 1 pound a week. So in 15 weeks I lost 15 pounds when they told me I would lose 30 in in 12 weeks. I don’t think the nutrients helped; just changing they way to eat right. Cost me nearly $1000 to lose 15 pounds ($170/month on nutrients). Um, not worth it. Eat right throughout the day and exercise. And if you notice…. their products are packed with protein. THAT is the key. Takes more energy to burn protein. Good luck on your weight loss.


  • 14

    Medical weight loss is one giant money pit from “nutrients” they say you need which cost 16 dollars a week and they say u need 3 in one week that’s so ridiculous. The perception program was the one I was one I paid 600.00 for it and the pills don’t even work so I switched and those pills don’t work. They also have u weighing in 3 times a week which is ridiculous on a diet and if u are unable to make it in such as my reson “i just don’t have the money to drive there because I gave them all my damn money for this program” so they would cancel the program with no money back. The staff sucks. The diet is something anyone at home should all ready know how to do or should already know that you should eat to lose weight such as chicken breast, fruit, veggies, and light one the carbs or whole grain carbs, and lost of water. All and all I lost 15 pounds and its no thanks to this program. Try something else save your money. Cuz once u get started and pay u need to keep throwing money to them.


  • 15

    I personally feel scamed. Ive paid $300 now and i have not lost anything. i have since then gained a pound. I have not eaten anything but, the the instructed foods and nothing is working. Im currently looking into other options.


  • 16

    Thanks for the review. I am from Medical Weight Loss Clinic. Aside from our Virtual Clinic which is available to anyone with an internet connection, we have over 30 clinics in Michigan and Ohio. All our weight loss programs are customized based upon a patient’s medical profile and utilize regular grocery store food. Each patient receives one-on-one support from MWLC professionals to help patients develop healthy and satisfying eating habits.


  • 17
    loree kleinstiver

    do they sell meals?



    Our program uses real grocery store food. This way it actually teaches you to change your lifestyle as opposed to a temporary diet. During the program nutritional supplements are suggested and available for sale to aid in the weight loss. Hope that helps.