About Trim Down Club
The Trim Down Club, located at www.TrimDownClub.com, was established by professional, certified nutritionists and dietitians as a place anyone can come to get the necessary tools and information to lose weight and keep it off.
The Trim Down Club will teach you how to eliminate the “bad” stuff from your everyday diet and replace it with the good stuff, whether your goal is to lose weight, gain strength and energy, or just all around feel better.
The program and tools promoted on Trim Down Club are based on proven ways to lose weight, and not on fad diets or by starving yourself. The club is designed for regular people who are just looking for simple tools and support to lose the weight and keep it off.
Similar to BeyondDiet.com, the Trim Down Club does not emphasize calorie counting, but rather puts all the focus on portion control and eating whole fresh foods rather than highly processed foods and refined sugars.
You can begin the Trim Down Club program as soon as you get access to the Quick Guide, though the website says it is important that you take the necessary time to go through all the helpful tools to get the best possible benefits.
According to TrimDownClub.com, the typical results of this diet include seeing weight loss within one month, downsizing clothes within six months, and even help re-starting weight loss within a few weeks of the dreadful plateau that all diets reach.
To join Trim Down Club, you must pay a one time fee of $47 to get the Quick Start Guide, the Trim Down Main Program, the Trim Down Club Cookbook, the Guide to Food Shopping the Proper Way, and all the available online tools.
And since Trim Down Club is a Clickbank product, they offer a 60 Day Refund Policy if you are unhappy with what you receive.
138 ‘Trim Down Club’ Reviews
I am going to give it a go, bought the membership today, but the automated menu options created by choosing your preferred foods are really ridiculous e.g. Soup with tofu on the side. Or, olives for breakfast. You do have a chance to change a food choice but that all takes time. Also, you have to choose the food items for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks, all separately, yet the choices are more or less the same for each, hence olives coming up for breakfast. Why don't the owners put all the foods in one list and ask us to chose our favourites once and then they can put them into sensible meal categories by default. It took me nearly 45 mins to choose my favourite foods to be offered olives for breakfast. Ridiculous! I will discover if the recipes page is worthwhile. Tomorrow I will plough thru the recipes and choose 7 dinners and go and do my weekly shop accordingly. Watch this space!
its a selling machine
If you'v belonged to the Trim Down club for longer than a month , you will know that no information comes for free.
They send you some interesting blurb about research on blood sugar and so on, but none of it come with-out a sales pitch.
The sales pitch is for a product thats going to cure all, and then you also have to listen to someone telling how qualified they are to sell you it.
So beyond the initial recipe books and info you get when you first join, that is the last you will get, on a personal level, from the Trim Down club you originally joined.
All the info sound very credible, but like the rest of you, who maybe use Facebook, the side bar sale for cure it all product; sound convincing too. just how much money would we have to spend on these snake oils
It is very disillusioning to find that this is yet another way for someone to make money on our insicuaties
this is based on false information
I am a farmer in MO growing corn and soybeans for 30+ years. I have a problem with the negative statements about GMO agriculural products. First off ( and this was the big tip off for me ) there are no GMO oats!!!
Get you facts right! Second wouldn't you rather eat food that has no chemical sprayed on it like a GMO product that has passed the EPA? I know what chemicals we have to use if we didn't have GMO's and believe me you don't want them in you food!
I cancelled my membership soon after joining when I realised that many of the foods on the menus were not readily available in Scotland and I was not prepared to search for suppliers online. Although they offered me an upgrade which I did not want, my money was refunded back into my account within a matter of days.
Horses for courses
It is, and it isn't a borderline scam.
You can get the information on the net, providing you have the time AND YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR.
The people running the club have done the research, brought all the relevant information into one website.
They are dishonourable from the point of view that they won't refund your money.
So, to boil it down, if you are a busy person willing to pay others to do your research for you because you are making more money elsewhere, then this could be a good time saver.
Let me give you an example. If you do your research on this subject, then search for the information, and it takes you five hours in total, and this is before you study up on what you have to do, and you earn over $8,000 dollars (£5,000) a month, you are losing money researching yourself and it may be worth subscribing.
However, if you are unemployed or on low wages, but are a motivated person) it could still be worth your while to bypass this club.
If you are unemployed or on low wages, but are are NOT a motivated person) you might find it worth your while to join this club.
I hope others might find this useful.