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.
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.
161 ‘Trim Down Club’ Reviews
I stopped using the program only because I got injured.
But I have to say that they were amazing with the process of refunding me. Because they care!
If you sit and eat you will lose weight slower, if you exercise and eat you will lose weight faster.
That’s the only thing I need to say! I tried both and tdc did work!
The articles that come with this program are really helpful. Plus the tdc team seem to update them weekly.
I really like the diet journal. It is like having a personal diary.
I didn’t believe I would wake up every morning and update my journal.
With that, at the end of the week I can see my progress.
During the first 2 weeks I didn’t lose any weight but I have to say that since the beginning of Jan I feel a lot healthier, which is the most important thing.
This program is simply a scam. They overcharge, there is no comuniity, no nothing...and they dont respond to mails.
The program doesn’t have calories or keep track of the amount of calories a person eats.
But that is the beauty of it! You eat healthy and losing weight without caring about calories!
I lost weight
It is really hard to lose weight. And it’s not the program’s fault. It is just hard!
It took me 3 months to actually see a difference. Maybe it’s because my body needed some time to get used to the meals or it is just genetic. But I did stick to it and after 6 months using this program, I managed to reach my goal and lose the weight I wanted.
eating and losing weight
The program makes you eat a lot of food, it is good cuz I am never hungry. I couldn't eat that much at first but after a while my body got used to it. Plus how can you go wrong with eating so much and still losing weight.
not a scam
BTW stop saying it’s a scam!
How can it be a scam if I met some great ppl and made new friends from this community?
Since I joined this program I lost 20 lbs. I blew past my expectations.
Thank god for their menu planner! I don’t care what other people say. This works!
I recently signed up. So far I like the features of this program.
All in all for $47 life time fee is a great deal. No matter how you look at it! And also a good community that you can interact and ask questions.
It is only $47! How can people say it’s BS? I’m a new mommy and although I have no time to cook I find myself using the simple recipes and it’s very useful. Just love it!
I seems pretty informative, and I like the whole "natural" approach instead of the counting calories, etc. I think I'm going for it since it has the 60 day guarantee and it's covered by Clickbank so there's no worries there
But I'm still hesitant for whatever reason....must be the skeptic in me. :0)
Phone number to ask for my money back!
Not happy! Advertised 47.00 but charged me 131.00!! No phone number in sight to ask for refund. Does anyone know how to get my money back and how to call them?
Most reviews here are FAKE
After much investigating it turns out this is the same scam company that sells a range of phony products. Save your money. *warning*
Most (if not all) of the positive reviews here are obviously created by the trim down club scam company themselves (or associates).
Their advice is mostly a long winded way of saying a half truth and still they get it wrong.
All fruit juice contains high levels of sugar. Lots of sugar is bad for you.
If you like fruit juice - drink it every other day. Half a glass with half water. Remember that some people say natural sugars are good for you. That is untrue as all sugar in high doses is bad. Natural or not.
Avoid fizzy drinks completely - that means diet drinks or regular sodas.
Saturated fat is not good for you at all. Are they on drugs?
I used to have a cholesterol problem and by reducing saturated fats I went from over the limit to normal in a month and a half.
They are correct in saying Trans fats (hydrogenated fats) are bad.
Butter is not good for you either. Where do they come with that!
Margarine isn't brilliant either but the American Heart Association suggests buying soft, trans-fat-free spreads instead of regular butter or stick margarine. "Choose a blend with the least amount of saturated fat and zero trans fats. Check the ingredients: If it says partially hydrogenated oils, it still has some trans fat (less than 0.5 gram per serving), even if the label says trans fat free."
Just don't buy butter for heavens sake!
Another stupid point is to avoid GMO soy and corn. Obviously any GMO is not good. So just find the organic non-GMO version.
Eat good whole wheat bread from a reputable non GMO manufacturer.
If you want a diet plan that works. Just eat good balanced food.
Have breakfast. Oats is good at fighting cholesterol. Cook with water not milk.
Eat a morning snack. Something small just to fill the gap. Snackbar.
Have a healthy lunch. Maybe a whole wheat sandwich with a healthy topping.
Eat your afternoon snack nothing sweet - no cakes or doughnuts.
Have a good sized dinner early in the evening (try to leave at least two hours before going to bed)
When making the dinner check the calories (of course) and make sure the meal has less than 3g or 4g of saturated fat and not too much sugar or total calories either.
Always keep the salt level down. Try not to add any. Keep that salt in the cupboard. Its not good in the long run.
Dont have more than 2 or 3 coffee/teas in a day and always use skimmed milk (or semi-skimmed if you cant do skimmed) - never ever use full cream milk. Use as little milk as possible in anything.
NEVER eat the follow or products that contain them: No cream, no butter, no cheese, no cheesy pastas like lasagne ever, no bacon (unless its once a week and has no fat rind), no fatty meats only super lean, no chicken skins, no Mc D's or KFC etc.. (once a month okay but then check the cals and sat fat), don't deep fry anything (if you like chips get low fat oven chips and only have a few as they contain oil already), don't cook in oil - try to find an alternative way, avoid sauces that are bad even old ketchup is not good - most sauces are bad, no mayo either and finally NO chocolate at all - its high in sat fat! - just use common sense with these facts in mind and enjoy your salad and veg.
Whatever you do - don't be stupid and listen to trim down club misinformation. (they are the ones serving it)
I got ripped off.
I authorized a one time charge of $57.00 but was charged a total of $131.00. Very unhappy. They added the other two programs without authorization. A big rip off
Trim down club
I have joined the Trimdown club . Only paid £34 pounds, you can pay more if you want. This is not a quick fix this is a change in how you eat and put foods together, Its a whole new way to eat . You can share ideas on the forum and the menu planner gives you great things to eat you do have to put your own UK twist to some of the recipes. you can be flexible with it and there is support from the forum. It has worked for someone else I know so I'm trying it , if its not for you you can get your money back. downside there is a lot of reading to do before you get started, but read it will save you time in the long run.
With slightly raised blood sugars and cholesterol my doctor referred me to his nurse. The advice I got from her was invaluable and in the last year have lost 50 pounds and my blood sugars and cholesterol are back to normal and I am off blood pressure medication which I had been on for about 15 years - and I now like walking! Losing weight is not rocket science!
i will let you know when i try it...just got it now
so far i see a lot of skeptics out there....i listened three times...as i went about doing other things...it made sense to me...so i got it...60 day trial seems to me to be fair..and about this time of year...why not put it out there..?...isn't that what everyone does who tries to sell something....example...if you want to sell blankets...you choose the time when it is getting really cold out...right.....obviously...it wouldn't be put here before Thanksgiving or Christmas..we are who we are...we love to eat...then we pay...right..so if we get together here in a forum and talk about it...perhaps we can do this thing...together...probably could have found all this stuff out for free...but someone else did that so i wouldn't have to.
Questions about cookbook
I'm still considering joining. I've already reached my goal of 20 pounds lost but my husband is only half way to his 100 pounds on the Ideal Protein Diet. He's bored with the food I give him, so I'm wondering if this cookbook would be helpful. How many recipes are in it? Are they creative or ordinary?