Weight Loss on the Net

I went looking last night for people’s comments about Quick Weight Loss Center. I found one person who wasn’t happy with the advertized price versus what you had to pay when you got in there. I’m not surprised about that. Despite the fact that it is considered deceptive pricing, which is illegal, it’s done all the time.

I had to go through over 20 more pages of Google to catch the next comments. It was a from a woman who lost 55 pounds in 12 weeks. She was thrilled with the program. She only had 10 more to lose and she was so excited. However, she never did get the last ten off and, six months later when someone asked, she didn’t say whether she kept the others off either.

Most of the QWLC stuff was adverts. UK especially. From the ads around here you would think the thing only existed in Houston and Austin, but apparently that is so not true.

I found several places which said they had the diet, but when I went there it wasn’t posted.

I know that the hardest thing about a diet is maintaining after you’ve quit losing. It isn’t fun anymore. It isn’t exciting. It’s just plain old work. But I’m going to do it. I don’t want to be overweight any more. I don’t want to wonder if I am developing Type 2 diabetes. I don’t want to have to suck in my gut and watch my excess flab flap over the top of my jeans.

So I’m doing it.