Has anyone done the Vemma Bod-e Diet?

posted 3 years ago in Fitness
Post # 3
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

@jesssamesssa:  I’ve never heard of this but I want to clarify something – this isn’t a lifestyle change unless you plan on following it for the rest of your life. Also, a cleanse isn’t a real thing, it’s a marketing scam that tells you your body needs help staying “clean” – it doesn’t. You have a liver and two kidneys for that exact purpose.

You will lose weight in the short term, but I can guarantee that you’ll gain it back. If you really want to lose weight then do the following: eat lean protein, lots of vegetables, and fruit, and just healthy food in general, cut out junk except once in a while, and exercise. I’ve been doing this for a few months and lost 13 pounds already. It’s slow (1 pound a week) but I can maintain this forever so it really is a true lifestyle change.

Sorry if I sound harsh, I’m not trying to be, I just get really frustrated by these quick-fix “diets” and “cleanses” that don’t do anything for you in the long run and that are full of false promises. Google something like “Vemma scam” and see for yourself.

Post # 6
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

@jesssamesssa:  Just trying to give some advice on healthy weight loss vs unhealthy weight loss. Like the PP said it’s a quick fix, but good luck if this is what you’ve chosen for yourself.

Post # 8
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

Honestly, you don’t need a marketing plan to teach you to eat healthy. Join My fitness pal, read healthy food blogs or see a nutrionist. 

Stick to whole foods like leans meats, fruits and vegetables and cut out processed foods and simple carbs like bread and pasta.

Post # 9
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920 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2015

@thebrazenhead:  yesssss. thank you. if you are looking for temporary results, these diets are good.

if you want a life style change, educate yourself on healthy choices and MAKE THOSE CHOICES. 

my philosophy. 

Post # 10
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

I’m not exactly sure how this is going to teach you to eat differently? From what I was just looking at it seems like suppliment drink? What happens if the company goes under (and they usually do)? Can it be replaced with something else? 

 

Honestly I think you’d have better luck just eating clean and exercising.  If you’re worried about not getting enough of your daily nutrients, which I totally understand, perhaps talking with a nutritionist would be helpful.

Post # 12
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

@jesssamesssa:  Ah I see.  I was looking at the wrong thing. If I’m being honest, I wouldn’t pay for something like that unless it was from a certified diatician/nutritionist.  There’s a few free options out there for meal planning that I think are a little better, like the free blogilates meal plan, but if this works for you no harm in trying it.  Especially if you think you’ll stick to it.  I’d just be very wary of anything that insists you take a suppliment of any kind or has you replace a meal with a “shake”.  Those never ever pan out.  

 

Either way, good luck to you! 

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