Valerie Bertinelli and Jenny Craig, Jenny McCarthy and Weight Watchers, when famous folks find success with a diet program, Americans listen. So when Rush Limbaugh announced that his drastic weight loss of over 80 pounds since March of this year is due to the Quick Weight Loss Centers, fans finally learned how the 58-year-old conservative radio talk show host had managed to lose so much weight so quickly.
Here’s the skinny: Quick Weight Loss Centers have been in business for over 25 years, helping people lose weight through their professionally-supervised programs. While each diet is customized to meet the weight loss goals of each individual, most diets hover around the 1,500 calorie mark and are comprised of real food that you purchase at the grocery store.
In addition, Quick Weight Loss Centers has a line of foods and snacks like soups, bars and supplements. Individual counseling, behavioral education and consistent monitoring of your progress is also part of the Quick Weight Loss Center program.
Rush’s diet was typical of any Quick Weight Loss Center follower: A confessed novice to counting calories, fat and carb grams, Limbaugh likened his diet to a jigsaw puzzle that changes every day and with a special set of rules he had to follow. For instance, he was and still is not allowed to consume two protein sources in one meal.
And he’s not stopping at just 79 pounds. Limbaugh is still faithfully following his diet plan and losing weight more quickly than he ever has before. Luckily for him, Quick Weight Loss Center also has a maintenance program, which will help him keep all of those pounds off once he has met his weight loss goal. Many studies show that individuals who lose weight quickly, have higher rates of weight-regain than those who follow a modest-paced weight loss program.
Quick Weight Loss Centers are located around the country, while the company also offers a home-based program that you can follow remotely.
Here is DietsInReview.com’s complete review of Quick Weight Loss Centers.
July 31st, 2009