What You Should Know
The Weigh Down Diet Workshop is a bible based weight loss regimen that was initially founded by Gwen Shamblin more than twenty years ago. This product is claimed to be the “pioneer of faith-based weight loss” and has a number of positive testimonials from people claiming to have lost a lot of weight in a fairly short period of time. Based on preventing the idea of overeating by stopping it from the heart and by having faith in God, books and other forms of media produced by The Weigh Down Diet Workshop have sold millions of copies all over the world.
The Weigh Down Diet media.
According to the official website, there are thousands of testimonials backing The Weigh Down Diet Workshop and these clients that have been happy with the way that the program has worked for them would be willing to come forward and persuade those who are skeptical. There have been links between spirituality and health for decades and this can actually be quite effective for some people. The idea of changing the mindset to prevent eating too much can be considered to work in the same way as hypnosis. If you have faith in this program, odds are you can be quite successful with it.
- The Weigh Down Diet Workshop may improve your overall health and well being.
- This program will not appeal to everyone due to its religion based nature.
- This program doesn’t seem to have an exercise regimen.
- There are no appetite suppressants or fat burners included with the price of either the books or classes for the Weigh Down Diet Workshop.
- This program discourages the use of supplements and vitamins.
Religion and dieting may work well together to create a regimen for people to follow. Unfortunately, this particular program takes a step backwards. Skimming through one of the books showed us that the author believes since her grandparents didn’t take supplements or take aerobics classes, we shouldn’t either. The problem is the lifestyle of the 2000′s is very different and much more sedentary than it was 50 years ago. This book may be an interesting read for those interested in a connection between diet and religion but if you are serious about losing weight, stay far away from this one.